I have a peaceful contact with my baby's dad but I live at my mom's house and we have an open dcf case, our restraining order was changed to peaceful contact because of our dcf case and his last/recent arrest,he was released and recently he passed by in a car and yelled my name my mom... Read more »
You need to speak to an attorney. Without more information I would not be able to answer your questions. However, if you are in fear for your safety because of violations to the restraining order you need to immediately contact law enforcement and seek protections from the court.
The court returned dismissal filing citing procedural errors, and held hearing re dismissal. Plaintiff did not show up and court called him by phone. Commissioner dismissed without prejudice, either by error or because she didn't want to dismiss with prejudice? My attorney said nothing at... Read more »
Back and were we are headed to and he says no I did text him and have all the text between us. I told him it will only be for 2 weeks we don't have any orders in place can he say I abducted our child even though I said only for that amount of time
The answer to your question really depends on what your custody orders say. If your orders state that you just have to give him notice, then you should be fine. However, if your orders are silent or if they say he must approve in writing and you've asked him but he says no you will have to...Read more »
The divorce was in 2010. According to the decree, he was to live in the house and by the end of two years, he was to sell, or buy me out for my half of the house. It has been ten years. He got sick with ms, so I was patient but now my new husband just died and I can't wait any more. My... Read more »
As long as the order to sell house is stated in your judgment, you should file a request for order to enforce the terms of your judgment with the court and ask the court to force the sale. You should also ask for attorneys fees for having to bring the motion to enforce the judgment if you were to...Read more »
Just wondering if mother can deny this visit due to shelter in place restrictions. I am set to pick her up June 19th for 6 weeks. I’ve decided to drive to get her rather then fly. California has jurisdiction over visitation and these dates are court ordered.
Mother cannot withhold the child due to shelter in place restrictions. Every county has issued orders that visitation orders are to be followed regardless of the shelter in place orders. Air travel is considered unsafe so it is best that you do not fly. Make sure to follow social distancing and...Read more »
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