Child Custody Questions

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Virginia on Dec 30, 2013

Danielle Snead's answer
Even though the parties are unwed, it is possible for the baby to have the father's last name. The last name of the child would be something that is determined when the parties complete the information for the child's birth certificate. However, ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Alabama 17 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Of Course! The child is yours, isn't it? Why would you NOT want to support your own child!? I know, I know...you're going to say that the money you pay the other parent is just going to buy beer or marijuana or cigarettes or whatever. Well, ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Alabama 6 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Sweetheart, giving up custody of a child is a really big deal. It's a good thing for you to try to get yourself stable. Getting a good job, some education and a place to live are basic, but critical, elements to making a good life. But, when you ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Pennsylvania 23 days ago

Joshua Adam Janis's answer
In this situation, I would certainly recommend retaining an attorney who can formalize this agreement and take care of all legal aspects. Without doing so, it is possible you could run into some major issues in the future, especially if the parents change ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Oklahoma on Jun 27, 2013

Howard Berkson's answer
Yes, it is possible, but there are a lot of factors the court will consider. You should consult with an attorney.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Oklahoma on Mar 17, 2013

Howard Berkson's answer
Your best bet is to check with Legal Aid of Oklahoma at http://www.legalaidok.org/
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Oklahoma on Mar 26, 2013

Howard Berkson's answer
Usually, when a court uses the word "foreign," it means a court from another state. So, in this case, the phrase probably refers to a child custody determination made in a court outside of Oklahoma.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Oklahoma on Feb 21, 2013

Howard Berkson's answer
Check with Legal Aid at http://www.legalaidok.org to see if you qualify for free or reduced cost legal assistance.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Indiana on Sep 18, 2013

JR Emerson's answer
You can negotiate any number of nights with the mother, I am assuming that she has primary custody. In general, the minimum is 1x per week, and every other weekend. If you want to spend more time with your child you can work with the mother or tell the ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Aug 22, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
It is not fast. The best step to take is to hire an attorney. We do not call it "full rights," we call it sole parental responsibility, and this is not favored at all. There must be pretty serious problems with awarding shared parental ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Aug 15, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
This is possible, but she would have to submit herself to the jurisdiction of the court in FL.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Aug 1, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You need to ask an attorney in Alabama, because it appears the home state of the children, especially if you have an order from the court in Alabama.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Georgia on Jul 26, 2013

Beverly L. Cohen's answer
Your situation sounds complicated. Other issues may be involved that you have not even mentioned. The best advice would be to hire an attorney who can deal with all of the issues presented by the situation.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for New Mexico on Jul 25, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
The best thing for you to do is have a consultation with a family attorney in your area.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on May 15, 2012

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Is this actually a child custody question? Subpoenas must be adhered to. I would think that you will want to show up to protect yourself.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Jul 10, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You should come to an agreement with him about how much credit you will get towards any child support you might owe. You have to calculate the child support that you would owe to him, and basically agree that you will not pay because he has gotten so far ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Jul 12, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
It depends upon the what the agreement and final judgment say about this subject. Usually, if he is current on all child support obligations, he can claim it every other year. We would have to see the agreement and fj in order to advise further.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Florida on Jul 12, 2013

Robert Jason De Groot's answer
We do not call it full custody, but sole parental responsibility. You would have to file a petition for modification in order to do this. Consult with a local attorney.