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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Virginia on
Q: If the children's father has moved and dosent tell you where he is taking the children for visitation. Can I do anything
Maciej B. Zebrak
Maciej B. Zebrak answered on Nov 3, 2017

Only if the Order specifies where visitation is to take place, for example "visitation with the minor children shall take place at Father's home." Also, if the father failed to notify you in writing of his new address, and the Court, then he may be in violation of a custody and visitation Order... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Virginia on
Q: How can I get visitation rights to my children, I had to sighn over custody to my mother and brother

My mother has custody of my 2kids and because of her age my brother also took custody, not shore how that works maby jointcustody, , but I visit my children and buy there school cloths and things they need, when needed. How ever I can't take my kids anywhere with me because my brother always says... Read more »

Maciej B. Zebrak
Maciej B. Zebrak answered on Nov 3, 2017

First you have to file a Motion to Amend Visitation with the Court that entered the final custody and visitation Order. In order to be able to amend a custody and visitation Order, you will need to prove that a material change in circumstances occurred that warrants a modification of visitation,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Divorce for Virginia on
Q: what is a non constestent divorce an what do it tells when there is kids invovled
Maciej B. Zebrak
Maciej B. Zebrak answered on Oct 20, 2017

An uncontested divorce is a divorce where the spouses have no disagreements over any issues related to the marriage. This means that the spouses have divided all of their marital property/assets, debts, and spousal support. If child custody, visitation, and child support are in dispute, those... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Virginia on
Q: How can i call and talk to a lawyer for free about a custudy case?
Maciej B. Zebrak
Maciej B. Zebrak answered on Oct 20, 2017

Find a lawyer/law firm, and ask whether there is a consultation fee. There are lawyers/ law firms that provide free initial consultations.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Virginia on
Q: Hello, my ex has recently gotten married. My concern is that his new wife very openly uses marijuana.

I say “openly” because she was interviewed by a journalist where she stated her regular drug use during her pregnancy and for medicinal reason (article has her name and a photo of her holding two bags of marijuana) they live in NC now. Can I withhold visitation of our daughter if the wife is... Read more »

Maciej B. Zebrak
Maciej B. Zebrak answered on Oct 20, 2017

Only if there is a specific provision in your custody and visitation order (if you have one) regarding drug use as it relates to visitation. What you can do is file a motion to amend custody/visitation (again if you have a custody and visitation order) and present evidence to the court regarding... Read more »

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