WHAT EVIDENCE ARE YOU
PRESENTING TO THE JUDGE?

Our child custody and parent evaluations are scientifically based, strong and convincing proof that you want to be an active, competent parent and that forced separation will result in irreversible harm to your child.

This court document provides independent parent evaluations and evidence in support of you parenting your child and the custody request to the court. In many cases, custody and parent evaluations are the foundation of a case.

WHEN ARE PARENT EVALUATIONS USED?

You can use independent parent evaluations when filing any motion for child custody or visitation. It supports the claim that the parent has either already been a successful primary caregiver and/or is capable to provide such care. This is evidence that the parent is actively involved in the education of their child. These rights are protected by Federal Statues and may override family court jurisdictions.

You can use independent parent evaluations when filing a motion for physical custody as a guardian, as you are basically taking over the role of a parent. It supports the claim that the guardian has either already been a successful primary caregiver and/or is capable to provide such care. These rights are protected by Federal Statues and may override family court jurisdictions.

Parent evaluations show the judge that science proves the importance of each parent’s presence in a child’s life – especially for a healthy development.

TESTIMONIALS

Your company has been a blessing to me and my family in helping us through a very difficult situation, one that was seemingly impossible, marked by ongoing legal and financial frustration. I am glad that I found your company online. I appreciate your professionalism and compassion

Jeff Shaw, Florida

The process was very smooth . My case manager was very prompt and enthusiastic about my case. I'm thankful for all their help and services. I would refer NFS to anyone, especially parents who aren't savvy with family law.

Brandon Lott, California

I found this platform to be very helpful with my success in winning custody of my two children. They were a kind and efficient staff on call to help through it all. Good pricing and great people. Highly recommended

Jessica Thompson, Texas

HOW PARENT EVALUATIONS HELP WITH SCHOOLING

We teach you how to present a School Support Plan to the courts. We provide you with the best practices document and the words to say to the judge when presenting your case. Having a School Support Plan can possibly prevent or stop a geographic relocation of a child. This puts the child’s education under the parent’s authority in a custody decision, demonstrating the importance of your role as an educator and an effective extension of the child’s formal educational process.

School Support Plans may hold due process of law authority and Family Courts take them into consideration. The judge is looking to decide as to what is in the child’s best interest. A parent that shows the judge their involvement level in all aspects of the child’s life is typically viewed as a successful parent.

Parent evaluations not only helps strengthen your case but shifts the focus to what is in the child/children’s best interest. By law, parent evaluations are supposed to answer the question of what is in the best interest of the child. That is the golden standard in all jurisdictions in the U.S. and is supposed to serve as the basis for the judge’s custody orders.

National Family Solutions has worked hand in hand with a nationally recognized PH.D., who specializes in the field of child development to help develop our dynamic and affordable parent evaluations program. For more information, please contact us directly and speak to a specialist today about parent evaluations.

DO YOU QUALIFY FOR OUR PARENT EVALUATIONS PROGRAM?

Find out if you qualify for our parent evaluations program by completing the form below. You will then be contacted
by one of our trained qualifying representatives that will assist you further in getting help through our family law program.

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