During the pre-trial phase of your pending custody case, the other parent may be restricting your overnight access to your children.  What do you do?  You are afraid entire weeks or months will pass without seeing your children, which is unacceptable.

Unfortunately, there are no laws governing this pre-trial period.  However, it is important to meet with an attorney early during this time to craft a plan to achieve your custody goals, and expedite the custody process.  

You need to work with a firm who understand how child custody cases move through the court system.  We are here to help.  

H. Van Smith
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