So the mother of my son just took him out of state of Colorado without my written consent I don't feel that this is of right she is back now but she seems to just think she can do whatever she wants with him without my OK is what do I do I need help
Not proper or appropriate. You need to contact an attorney to help you navigate this complicated and confusing process. There are many of my colleagues that will give you a free consultation. Give one of us a call today.
My addict son and daughter in law have lost custody of their children, and my sister in law is fostering/ possible adopting in Nov if rights are terminated. In a last ditch effort to get the children removed from my sister in law, she is telling social services that my husband is doing drugs with... Read more »
You have a complicated situation on your hands. Obviously I can't give you specific advice without knowing a whole lot more. At the same time make sure you are see the kids and contact an attorney. November is not that far away I would suggest talking to someone as soon as possible.
she was a drug addict and needed constant watching, any way, he made a will and me and my boyfriend are on it, also he has 2 children, is she allowed too keep his things, she has already forged her name on title of pickup we sold my son 5 yr's ago, and we been paying the regerstiation , since... Read more »
Your real question appears to be "was my son relationship with his girl friend considered a common law marriage thus entitling her to all ot part of his estate"? This, like so many legal questions are fact specific. I suggest you find competent counsel to review your specific facts....Read more »
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