The info is all in the question the only other info , is that I have 2 kids of my own and she has 1 son, if her ex argued that I was a drug abuser would I even have to take a test if I could prove that I've raised my kids on the time I have with them and my ex have arranged with no problems... Read more »
It is possible. Since you are around the children regularly (as you live with them), your conduct and character is an issue in the custody determination. You should keep yourself out of trouble and then it won't be a problem, even if they do order a drug test (which would be unlikely unless...Read more »
My ex husband and his lawyer left a message on my cell phone today, they didn't hang up and you can here his lawyer state since we can't get her going over the fact your suing her that little message I left should.... My ex asks if he "his lawyer is sure the judge will rule in his... Read more »
Short answer, no. You cannot have communications with the judge outside court. Depending on the nature of the voice message, you may be able to submit it as evidence to the Court. However, it may or may not be relevant depending on the issues in your case.
Me and my ex split but she was pregnant when we got together she wasfour months pregnant when we got together I was there till birth I cut the umbilical cord I was there the two nights we were there I bought the child close bottles formula anything she needed by now that me and my X-Play I... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, you don't have a great case to get custody of the child as you don't have any biological connection. You could initiate a contested adoption case, but that would require that your ex's rights to the child be terminated. I...Read more »
father lives with his parents and has temporary custody. He allowed his parents to take our child out of state without even talking to me about it before hand. when I clearly stated I was not in agreement with it, father acts like I have no say and he can do what he wants. What can I do about this?
The answer to your question really depends on what you mean by "temporary custody". I am assuming that you and your child's father have joint legal custody, which would require that he notify you of the trip.
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