“Every parent has the right to custody of his or her child, subject to any order of the court granting rights or privileges in favor of another person. The word “custody” does not include a power given pursuant to NRS 125A.250.” -Nevada Statute.
The Tender Years Doctrine in Nevada can be used to protect a child from the harsh realities of divorce. When parents are going through a divorce, they often have disagreements about who will get custody of their children.
In Nevada, the court will grant sole custody of a child to one parent if the other parent has been convicted of certain crimes or is deemed unfit. Laws in this area are changing so make sure you consult an attorney before making any decisions.
Child Custody Laws in Nevada are both useful and necessary. Child custody cases in Nevada have been rising steadily, not just for women and children but for men as well.
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