Yes. You can take your children away if there aren't court orders with custody visitation orders; as well as orders stating that the parents cannot take the children without the noncustodial parent's permission etc.
He is been accused of trying to choke me. When the police arrived the officer immediately saw the marks on my neck. I told her I didn't want to press charges but the officer said "its now me against him"
The DA will summon or serve you with a subpoena when and if there is a trial. They will also send an investigator before that to question you about what happened if it goes to trial. So the DA will do what they have to do when the time arrives.
what other info. can I provide you with, so you can better understand my case? I want to help him but at the same time I do not want to incriminate myself because I didn't do anything wrong. I did write a letter but I am hesitant about sending it because I don't want to have any problems with the... Read more »
My step son has just turned 18 but is still in High School. We are continuing to pay child support until he graduates as required by law but we would like to know if his mother is required to continue to follow the court order until he is out of High School. She no longer wants to comply with drop... Read more »
My daughter is 6 years old my ex-wife and I had her and have been living together and raising her until just recently when she had an affair and my daughter and I moved out gentleman she doesn't seem at all to have a problem with not having any custody I don't want any animosity between us about... Read more »
It sounds like the Father wasn't involved in his child's life from birth if the Mother didn't name him on the birth certificate.
But the facts may show that Father was taking care of his child since birth in which case it doesn't mean that Mother has full custody. So it is based on the...Read more »
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