You're going to need to show that what you're doing is in the best interest of the child. This means presenting evidence to the court. A third-party neutral witness would be best, such as a teacher or someone else who can tell why your new situation is better.
We moved from the property,,that had our home on it.In our name.we were told that nothing would happen to it,but after just a little bit ,my wife and 2 sons age 5 and 7,and myself went back to retrieve some of or things ,and there was a pile of debris where our house was...all kinds of presious... Read more »
My husband abscounded from parole 20 years ago because his life was in danger and the parole officer would do nothing. He moved to the next county and never got into trouble and turned self in and he is very sick. He was given a 60 day jail time for 1st sanction. They are having a hearing but when... Read more »
This is not my specialty area, so I'm only going to give you a general understanding of some legal basics. You should call the Oregon Star Bar modest means programs for a referral to an affordable attorney (link below).
Unfortunately there is a difference between...Read more »
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