Mother doesn't have full custody..sister has temp custody because CPS pulled kids due to drug use. Mother can have supervised visits. I have child 90% of time. Sister doesn't really want to raise child but I do. Child will be 6 months old i have been getting here since she was 3 weeks... Read more »
You and your fiance must first be married. The natural/biological father's consent is necessary except under limited and specific circumstances as they may exist at the time the Petition for Adoption is filed with the Probate Court.
My mom is trying to get custody of my niece and nephew their parents died, what does she have to provide to prove she’s able to take care of them? She has no income at all and is reling on living off of the kids SSI checks. I hope this isn’t possible please help! I want to try and get custody... Read more »
Before a court will award custody, the court will require information that the person can provide a suitable home environment, has sufficient income, etc. The court will decide what is in the best interest of the children. If your mother is not able to provide a proper home, contact...Read more »
It seems to be a dead end, cps isn't doing anything, they are questioning the girl in front of the abuser! We have voice recordings of threats, I am trying to prevent the girl from running away! How do I file for emergency custody in Delaware county oh and protect her at the same time?
Call the humane society, of course. When a dog is lost, the shelters are required to hold the dog for a short period of time and make some effort to locate the owner. But, they are allowed to list them for adoption pretty quickly.
My mother took my child to Virginia saying she will bring her back. After getting to Virginia she told me I’ll never see my child again. She came back to Ohio to visit and I went and took my child back from her sisters house, now she’s trying to have me locked up if I don’t give my daughter... Read more »
The court determines where you will live by issuing a custody order, and you and your parents must comply. If you want a change, your aunt can try going to court to get custody, and the court might ask your preference, but the court will determine what is in your best interest based on all the...Read more »
We have been in communication with DHS my husband and I . We live out of state in Ohio they are in Colorado . We have expressed interest in adopting them verbally . What can I do ????? They want my husband and I to get licensed taking all these classes . They have done the ICPC all clear . Is it... Read more »
The major downsides to hiring a new attorney are two. (1) you have to pay another attorney. (2) the new attorney will need time to get up to speed and must fit your case into his or her schedule meaning there may be significant delays.
My mom steals money from me and does things that she shouldn't be doing. She is very manipulative. I want to be emancipated so I can move in with my friend who is also under 18 but lives with her parents. I am able to support myself because I have a job and I am very responsible.
Her mother died when she was 6 weeks old and her father signed over custoday to us we told him he could see her whenever he wanted to, the first 6 month's he would see her then nothing until she was 1 after that he contacted me through face book at the age of 10. Another time at 12 and just... Read more »
The father's consent would not be necessary if, within the one year preceding the filing of the petition for adoption, he has failed to provide more than minimal support for the child; OR, he has had no or minimal contact with the child. Assuming he objects to the adoption, these kinds of...Read more »
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