My sons father has been emotionally, mentally and at times physically abusive. I'm wanting to move out of state to be with family to get my life back but I do not want to risk losing my son. I need to be with my family and away from his father, but does that mean I have to lose my son?
My fiance is trying to get custody back of his son after 7 years and his sister has guardianship. Initially his dad and step mom had him after going behind his back and got emergency guardianship of him. Did not notify or serve him with papers stating so. On several occasions he was told the wrong... Read more »
I pay $1,000 for 1 child to my ex who moved to Ok before the baby was born without my knowledge. I have since had 2 children with my girlfriend. Can my child support be lowered to help provide equal support to all 3 of my children?
He hasn't paid child support in years or seen him in a few years. His Bio dad said he would sign if that's what my son wanted, my son will be 15 this year. His biological dad is in jail in Texas and does reside there.
Rental was vacated without meeting us, the landlords, at agreed date/time for return of keys and move-out inspection. Condition of rental was horrible including dog feces, chewed interior and exterior doors and woodwork, destroyed carpeting and large amount of trash scattered throughout the unit to... Read more »
Looking to move to try and be closer to by significant other. We both have a daughter from previous relationship. My SO has custody of her daughter. I just have weekends with mine. We live 100 miles apart and are trying to make the next move and live together. Can we meet somewhere in the middle of... Read more »
Father has standard visitation supervised (grandma supervises) He just started it but grandma says they want the summer vacation. My child is 2 and so young and has never been away from me really (doesn’t even attend daycare) do I have to give her up weeks out of summer?
It depends on what the custody order says. If the custody order says you have to give the child up for weeks in the summer, you have to do it. If the custody order says that you don't have to give the child up for weeks in the summer, you don't have to.
I contacted an apartment community about renting a unit they had specials on. The apt was not finished and we looked anyway, decided we liked the layout and would put in an application. We paid a $50 app fee. We decided to move forward with a deposit on the property after the application was... Read more »
a paternity/custody case was stayed until DHS closed out their deprived case in the county the mother ran off to. DNA was done & BC adding me as the father. During the 2yrs DHS had child with foster parent the mother moved several times. The most recent county wasn't even aware of the pending FP... Read more »
Approx Two years ago my daughter 16, was wanting to date and not finish school work. She went to her enabling grandmothers house for the weekend I demanded my daughter come back to finish her school work and they blocked my calls and moved to a different city. I went to police and they said I... Read more »
Trapped in Motel 6 for going on 2 years because Ok laws have made it illegal for SOs to live practically anywhere. I need to prove that my new home will not be within, say, 2000 ft of a park, and have no unassailable authority for map info from which to make my case.
"enabling child sexual abuse" means the causing, procuring or permitting of a willful or malicious act of child sexual abuse, which includes but is not limited to rape, incest, and lewd or indecent acts or proposals, of a child under the age of eighteen...Read more »
What kind of rights do grandparents have if their grandchildren were removed by CPS and they now live with my daughters husbands neice and I live out of state. The children reside in Ok and I am in MD. Do I have the right to have them placed with me and my husband?
We filed vpos on 3 of his exs and the judge dismissed them..now they're starting trouble all over again how do I make it stop.. they will not leave us alone our lives are all over social media and the town we just moved to..make them stop???
Okla. Stat. tit. 12 s 2004.1 says, "The clerk shall issue a subpoena, or a subpoena for the production of documentary evidence, signed and sealed but otherwise in blank, to a party requesting it, who shall fill it in before service."
What are my legal rights? I was going under 2mph but just now I'm receiving a $800$ estimate which I believe is beyond inflated, from potentially a fake company. I aknowledge I'm at fault but I have to many red flags to blindly pay that amount. What are my options at this point?
Nor has the ordinance been made available to the residents or anyone for that matter and city hall that enforces the ordinance can't provide a copy of the ordinance even after issueing a citation that exceeds the state law amount for that same citation?
The ordinance doesn't have to be filed with the county clerk. However, the title of the ordinance does have to be published in the newspaper. Also, the ordinance has to be made available in the office of the municipal clerk (that's different from the county clerk.
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