"While a lawyer specializing in child custody would be great, most lawyers are qualified to handle child custody cases."
a child custody lawyer is the same thing as a child advocate lawyer sort of. they are just children lawyers that fight for the child that is involved in an issue. so you have to get your degree in child advocate lawyer but you have to major in something, the best thing to major in would be social work or phycology.
Yes, Please contact a lawyer for more information
"A custody lawyer is typically used to help a parent and/or guardian negotiate child placement. When two or more parents disagree on who has the rights to the child, the also lawyer helps with legal issues and matters."
This would be done by filing a lawsuit. Consult your lawyer.
Not custody rights but you can have a chance to visitation. Speak to your lawyer.
If the other parent is not willing you have to sue for full custody and have to get a lawyer and go back to court.
Child custody lawyers are not illegal, so you've gotten bad information. You need to get in touch with a custody lawyer and have them explain the inner workings of the justice system to you.
The most obvious reason an individual may need to hire a child custody lawyer would be if he or she is the parent of a child who wishes to get or maintain custody during a divorce or other legal case. But child advocates who are not parents can also hire a custody attorney to act in the child's best interest - often the court mandates that this be done, depending on the laws of the jurisdiction.
You need a lawyer, not this website.
You can find a lawyer to help with child custody issues in Newport, RI on the following website: http://www.lawyers.com/Rhode-Island/Newport/browse-by-area-of-law.html. Read as many reviews as possible.
In most cases the father can get custody of the child if the mother is unfit. The courts want the child to be in the custody of the parent who can provide a safe and nurturing life for the child. It is best to seek the legal assistance of a lawyer for custody issues.