In Kentucky, violation of an EPO constitutes contempt of court which is prosecuted as a Misdemeanor A (can be jailed up to 365 days on conviction). There is no enhancement of this misdemeanor penalty to felony.
His mother is not a bad person but he is and has been for some time expressed depression which has recently grown into a feeling of what I can only describe as hopelessness with his current living arrangement. Most of this stems, unfairly as it may be, from his stepfather and the rules by which he... Read more »
Depends on how title to the property is held; whether daughter has contributed any money to the house over the 20 years. She most likely has a claim of some degree that can keep her there. She needs to talk to a lawyer immediately.
Doubtful anything will come if it as you did the right thing by going the other way when you saw her. That is the advice judges usually give when issuing a dvo. If there was no contact nor communication, you should be safe.
File a motion for contempt and cite the order the parent is violating. You can find any available self help forms online on the Kentucky website. You can also visit the Jefferson county family court clerks office and request the same.
We have been together for almost 9 months and he still yells at her and try’s to make up things about me to her. He once compared me to him being friends with someone who did drugs. Talking about how you had to let them go. We are both 17 and live in Ky. What can I do to help her?
If a mother lists a father on her baby’s birth certificate, will she be able to appoint her adult son as guardian of the child if she were to die and not allow the father to have guardianship…or would she have to leave the father off the birth certificate to do so?
Whether you list the father on the bc or not, it will not preclude the father from bringing an action to establish paternity or custody if he so chooses. Listing your adult son as guardian is fine if it it not contested, but it will not take precedence over a Circuit Court custody order.
They have been in placement for 4 months ( my youngest son was born with prescription suboxon in his system&meth) I openly told them&hid nothing.Case plan is almost complete& they still only give us 2hoursa week supervised (1hr for my 5,13,16) Amd 2hours for my 17mo.&4mo) (total of... Read more »
If my husband&me want 2sign our rights over to my sister or his mother(they gain custody of all kids) will the case against is&kids be DROPPED/dismissed& my kids go home with them? They agreed to let us see the kids anytime& continue life as we did b4 Dcbs stepped in. So can we do... Read more »
My husband and I are going through a CPS case and he has not been following the case plan and has started smoking marijuana again. He said he will not be stopping again even though he stopped for 6 months during this and I have no clue what to do other than get a divorce but I am 6 months pregnant... Read more »
I have a support case I requested to stop paying because my daughter quit school works and never stay with her mother the next thing I know they terminated child support I was glad but then they said that it was a mistake she got my case and someone else’s mixed up so child support was started... Read more »
My ex and I share joint custody of our daughter and recently she has refused to come back to me on my week. My ex isn’t going to make her go back, saying she’s old enough to decide. I do not agree. I can’t just go to my ex’s house and drag her out, can I? What actions can I take from here.... Read more »
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