answered on Mar 30, 2022
Was your first hearing a final hearing or a temporary hearing? If it was a temporary hearing you cannot file an appeal, unfortunately. The good news, however, is that you still have a chance at a favorable outcome in the next hearing so try not to worry too much.
Can I go to there school to see or eat lunch with them seeing how it's just a temporary order?
answered on Mar 19, 2022
What does your order say? Stick to that. While it’s heartbreaking to not be able to see the child, I would advise against doing anything that the order may prohibit or even that could cause an issue. Do you have an attorney? Maybe speaking to one about your exact situation could get you quicker... Read more »
In 2018 my sons paternal aunt took me to court and was granted custody of him because of my drug use. I entered treatment a couple years later and will now be sober 2 years on June 30th. I also have since had a daughter that is 7 months old and is also bilogicaly her niece and she has never tried... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2022
Based on what you’ve shared, I would encourage you to hire a lawyer. There may need to be more than just a petition and having an attorney analyze your case prior to filing could be beneficial. This is typically not a case that you should approach alone as there seems to be a few different things... Read more »
I live in a toxic household with my grandmother. My dad kicked me out 2 years ago. I really want to live with my mom. I have been asking since i was 14 ,but my father and grandmother told me know because they don't like my mother. My mother has no reason for why I can't live with her she... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2021
In SC, in order to be able to make this decision on your own you would need to be 18 or older. However, if 18 is pretty far away, you could always speak with you mom about requesting custody of you through the family court.
Me and my 1 year old sons father have joint custody me being the primary custodian and him secondary. On our agreement it says he must notify me no later than Sunday when he wants to get him from Friday to Sunday the following weekend. He decided to tell me a day before he wants to come get him and... Read more »
answered on Oct 21, 2021
Always follow the parenting plan. If the order is clear on when he needs to provide notice and that notice doesn’t happen, you are not in violation. However, it is important to be very clear on what the order provides so that you are properly protected.
i live in sc with my boyfriend and my parents house he keeps telling me he wants to take are son back to pa with out me what are my legal choices how can i prevent him from doing this
answered on Oct 9, 2021
If the two of you are not married, it is likely that the father of your son has no legal rights to your 2 month old and cannot take him to PA without your consent.
I have been married 3 years to my husband and we don't have any assets together. I acquired my house about 2 years before we got married. I recently left my home about 2 months and I haven't returned. I do still pay the bills but I am ready to return home, but he won't leave. How can... Read more »
answered on Oct 9, 2021
You should contact an attorney who services the area where you last resided as a married couple ( assumingly, the county where your home is) asap. Unfortunately, if you do not have a fault based ground for divorce, you will have to wait 12 months from the time the two of you separated before you... Read more »
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