I agree with my colleague. It’s not likely that the court would grant visitorship. You may want to try and reach out to the child’s mother and see if you can come to an agreement to be able to see the child.
My husband told me he met someone on line and gave away thousands of dollars to her. He refused to tell me anything else about this. I had his email password prior to this because I sometimes utilized his computer and watched him put his password in. I went into his email in order to protect my... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. We would need more information about the facts of your case in order to provide you with guidance on this issue. Ask your attorney about it. If you are not working with an attorney it would be a good idea consider doing so.
Your post is kind of confusing. It sounds like you are caring for the child, but asking if you can see the child. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the case in detail and present you with guidance.
He has kept my daughter away from me since September of 2021.. I have not been allowed to talk to or see my daughter in 5 months.. it is in the court paperwork that I'd be allowed to see and talk to my daughter.. but he has decided to completely keep her from me.. I cannot afford an attorney... Read more »
You have a contempt issue that can be legally handled to bring about the remedy. You will need to work with an attorney, but you can discuss the possibility of having her pay the legal fees since she is in contempt.
Are you referring to ensuring lawyers are legal to practice in the state? You can call the state bar to make an inquiry regarding that. They will also tell you if there are complaints against an attorney.
I have joint legal custody of my son. His mother has primary custody. My son is in the 11th grade and has never failed a class and is on track to graduate at the age of 18 in May 2023. Last week, without consulting me as required by the Parenting Plan, she withdrew him from his school and enrolled... Read more »
My husband brought his now 3 year old daughter from Honduras with him in 2019 to the US. She lives here in Kansas with us and has immigration court proceedings with him here in Kansas City Missouri. We sent the 3 year old to visit the mom who lives in Norcross Georgia, the agreement verbally was... Read more »
She is on prescription medication including methamphetamines. is charged with domestic violence with the band stating she’s not allowed on my property. Was back on my property and charged with assault and battery. abuse my children. Stolen broken my property. Filed for divorce
Dumb me, I paid $1200 a month for the first 14 months. Not realizing how dfas works with military pay. I have stopped paying that extra $600. Still paying the alimony. I wasn't Court to pay the half of the military retirement pay. The question is, can the extra money that was paid... Read more »
What kind of document do we need to make our agreement legal? I would like to create a simple letter stating the agreement rather than a formal modification (which I think is more expensive). Please advise.
I agree with my colleague. Unless you take the legal document it’s just going to be his word. You won’t be able to enforce anything if he backs out. You have to decide if that matters to you. If it does, then consult with an attorney regarding a modification.
The mother would bum and borrow money and. NEver help with the said children I have proof and text messages receipt and etc the doctors even know they been with me as well. I was always taking them to the drs she would never do anything for them. The oldest just now got where he would sleep now the... Read more »
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