Close in the next week but recently he let me know that he was going to take me to court for custody and he said he was going to keep her even if my case is closed & even if I have court order from the judge saying I'm primary custodian till we go to court and they decided..can he do that... Read more »
One approach is to get a lawyer in Texas to file to register the Mississippi order in Texas. At the same time, a lawyer in Mississippi can file a plea to jurisdiction or whatever the equivalent is in Mississippi.
No. But, the father should hire a lawyer to establish himself as a legal father and get a court order that outlines who the child will live with, where the child is allowed to live, visitation, child support, and medical support.
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You guys should probably sit down and have a rational conversation about a schedule that would be less stressful for him. If you guys come to an agreement, you can hire an attorney to turn your agreement into a legally binding court order.
If you guys cannot come to an agreement you can...Read more »
Have been "allowed" facetime visits only since March due to Covid. Been Sundays 1230 - 230 but kids started to just hang up with no explanation after 15mn to an hour. Told them next visit will be 2pm - 4pm Saturday inperson wherever they want. Replied we couldnt force them to go or stay????
Hire a lawyer to assist you with enforcing your custody rights. You may also want to consider getting a court order for family counseling to figure out why the children are resisting attending visitation.
After I got in some legal custody my parents took me to court and the judge gave them conservatorship of my daughter. It has been over a year and I have taken a nail drug test at their request. What do I do now?
I have tried contacting her multiple ways and she ignores all communication when I ask about our daughter ... we are still married just seperated and she filled for divorce 3 days after the baby was born in may but has not furthered the process, my two sons cry to see their sister almost... Read more »
I filed for modification of custody. My ex husband drove drunk to police station with our child, assaulted me, and evaded arrest. Before that, he was sending me threatening and harassing text messages constantly. He also refuses to refinance the car that he was awarded in the divorce so its... Read more »
my wife and i are separated and she moved from San Antonio TX to Henderson NV, she did not notify me that she was moving. I have not seen my son since April, because she has been using covid as a reason, but she sent my mother a letter that she left town along with photos of my son from trips she... Read more »
Check your order to see if there is a geographic restriction that does not allow her to move to another state. If there is you can hire a lawyer to file an enforcement action. In addition, COVID cannot be used as an excuse to deny visitation generally.
If the non custodian parent filed for a modification due to being laid off and he got his job back can he cancel the request for a modification if it hasn't been established yet? It didn't help any to ask for a modification because it took forever and I got my job back before it was even modified.
My son is 17 and injured his elbow playing baseball back in March, their have been MRI’s and Dr visits involved. I provide insurance and my company set up an account to when EOB’s are filed, i can submit them to an AHR account provided by my employer and get reimbursed 80% of all out of pocket... Read more »
Payment of child support and medical support is not linked to visitation. Hire a lawyer to enforce your visitation, but understand that an enforcement action can be brought against you also for failure to pay medical support.
My wife and i have been separated for about 4 years now. i haven't seen or talked to my kids in 2 years. She has cut off all communication to where i cant talk to the. All i want is something to do with my kids
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