I am starting to panic. I have exhausted every option, and I’m running out of time! My lawyer quit at the same time that my dad was in ICU for almost a month, I had a baby, my Aunt was hospitalized with COVID, my baby sister got married.... it was all so much at once.
I’m sorry to hear you are going through a rough time. You can try contacting Legal Aid to see if you qualify for their assistance. Additionally, you can call the state bar to inquire about any pro bono attorneys in your area. Plus, most attorneys do take credit cards, which may make it easier for...Read more »
My daughter passed away from covid right after having her baby. Baby is premature and was in the nicu. Acknowledgement of paternity was never established with her boyfriend but hospital still released the baby to him. Would I need to file an emergency custody order or temporary custody to get him... Read more »
Her father has a crazy work schedule and it changes often. I am not working and I am available 24/7. I am willing and able to keep her on all the days he works and he can have her any day he’s off and he is available to have her. But he wants to do one week he has her and one week I have her and... Read more »
If you have a court order and/or share some form of custody of the children, you are entitled to know that information. You might consider filing a motion for contempt against mother. It might also be a good idea to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to discuss your case in detail.
You must notify the court of your potential change of address. The custody agreement will need changes that must be approved by the court, and the court can hold a hearing if you and your ex cannot agree. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review the situation and...Read more »
We have a verbal custody agreement so as to avoid going to court and neither one of us pays the other child support. We agreed on a 50/50 schedule. His set days are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Mine are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. We alternate Saturdays. He has blocked my number multiple times when he... Read more »
My girlfriend is pregnant with my child.. She plans to go back to her husband because she is still holding a conditional green card. She wants to put her husband's name on my child. I refuse to have my daughter carry the name of a wife beater.
Never married. Child’s father lives in different state. Does not help financially so I’m filing for child support. If I file will he have visitation rights in his state? He’s the non custodial parent , will I have to file for full custody of our child even considering he barely sees the child... Read more »
The paperwork was filed in contra costa county. We live in solano now. We only had 1 child at the time the other papers were filed. We now have 2. How do I proceed with divorce? Or am I stuck at his mercy because he filed the paperwork 2 years ago and never closed? I also want to move to my parents... Read more »
No. First of all, the contents of a police report is hearsay, so unless the report has some non-hearsay evidentiary purpose, it will not be allowed over your objection even were the case not expunged. The police officer who wrote the report can be called to testify as to matters over which they...Read more »
My mother has guardianship of my children and wants and is willing to give custody back to me. She lives in Neshoba County. Our Court has been handled in Simpson County because that is where me and my ex-husband resided when we got a divorce and that is where the child custody started. But, my... Read more »
If the CP still lives in Georgia, the Georgia order remains in tact. The GA CS order can be enforced in the new state. the orders cannot be modified anywhere other than Georgia as long as the CP still lives in Georgia.
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