My husband and inlaws are from India and he received his citizenship through me. I paid his greencard fees and then he got a Citizenship. I was the primary breadwinner while he tried to get his career. Once he got into medical residency he brought his parents to the USA on a visitor visa. Once they... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with your options and proper course of action for a divorce. We would need to know more about the case and details in order to provide you with assistance.
my daughter lived with my mom age 2-14 but lives with me an has since last year july 2020. her dad pays child support but we dont get it. they keep giving it to her and she dont even speak to my child anymore at all.
Who is they? Who took your child? Did you contact them to see why and how you can get him back? You should consult with an attorney right away who can review the facts of the case in detail and help you with the proper course of action.
I am the alleged father of a month old child. I am not on the birth certificate. I had filed a complaint for paternity and motion for genetics test last month. Recently, I received a letter stating that they can not proceed with the case until I fill out a financial affidavit. Is that necessary... Read more »
Yes, it’s going to be part of the process. However, until you legitimize the child you will not have any legal rights. It’s a good idea to work with an attorney to legitimize so you can have legal rights to the child.
Child support has ever been given. My question is if my sons father goes to court, can he get full custody? Also what steps should I be taking in a situation like this for precautions? I’m not even sure who technically has custody as of right now. Him or I.
At this point if he hasn’t legitimized the child then he has no legal rights to him. If he seeks to legitimize him there’s a good chance that a judge would keep what you have in place, since the arrangement has been working. If he seeks to legitimize, work with an attorney who can help you with...Read more »
What is the question you have for us about this? If you are not happy about what is going on you may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case to determine if you have an options to explore. However, we would need to know more about what is going on in this case and the...Read more »
I am a mom of 6 kids. I am married. My mother in law took my 9 month old daughter Friday saying I am unfit and making a lot of false accusations. I have proof of a lot of the false accusations. And a lot of proof against her on why she did this. Also in the papers i was served she stated that no... Read more »
It sounds as though you are not yet working with an attorney? You should not waste time in consulting with an attorney who can review the facts of this case in detail and provide you with guidance to address it.
The child has been in and out of the mothers home since he was 8. Since being in her custody he has threatened to commit suicide, resulting in a week long stay in a facility. The child has no issues outside the home and the mother refuses to get the child help or acknowledge her role in the issue.... Read more »
My hubby showed for the TPR hearing, I did Not. Apparently, our rights WERE terminated. He didn't sign any paperwork, and, as I stated, I did not even go. Can our babies be adopted out without even our Knowledge? Also, can we adopt our own kids?!
A few days later, we find out that there is a warrant for his arrest in GA that we believe his parents called and reported him for. But he did nothing wrong. Now his mother is harassing us and threatening us.
I agree with my colleagues. He should retain an attorney who can help him with addressing this legally, and if he has a warrant out he should turn himself in. If he’s being beat up it should be reported to the authorities.
I’m in Georgia. My ex just moved here from out of state. He lives in another county. He wants to modify visitation to add week days/school days so he has more time with the kids. Is that generally approved? The drive time for me is 7 minutes, his is 45 minutes. He is also a pilot who is on call... Read more »
To do so yet since I do not know his address. I recently found out where my daughter is going to school so I know what city he is in at least. What can I do with this information? Can the school give a lawyer his address? We have no formal custody agreement or anything keeping me from her, he’s... Read more »
The autistic adult expressed in professional counseling that they would like by weekly visits, but custodial parent says no, it would cause distraction while in school. Weekend by weekly visitation. The non custodial parent pays for the counseling and Healthcare.
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