Our old parenting plan is from 2013, however for the last 5 yrs or so we have followed an every other weekend schedule, to taking her during the week as well. My daughter has voiced she wants to spend more time on the weekend with us because her mom is now not letting me have her at all during the... Read more »
The court is appointing a GAL and I can’t afford it, and I’m not sure I need one, we were never married/divorced..there is no issue with the bio dad he left and was never heard from until I contacted him regarding this, he has his life and I have mine we just want to terminate his rights and he... Read more »
I was having a back and forth email conversation with my GAL. In the emails I was discussing a proposed parenting plan that I have been working on. My GAL decided to forward our conversation, including the draft of my parenting plan to the opposing counsel, stating that "the other counsel... Read more »
My husband requested a special visit with his daughter as part of our mediation agreement. Typically, we are allowed to schedule our own visits so it wasn't necessary, but he and his attorney did. The mediation agreement has not been filed (due to my seeking legal counsel and his counsel... Read more »
Assuming that's in your son's best interests, of course!
You should be able to do it by filing a new parenting plan for the court's approval.
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