My daughter went to school and lied claiming she’s being abused at home, the sheriff department raided my house and searched it. Children services took my kids. I’ve been given absolutely no documentation on the entire situation. Nobody returns my calls.
I'm 17 and I'll be 18 October 10th. I'm in foster care and Wednesday I'll be moved to a group home. What happens if I run away? If I were to would it be better to run before I go to the group home or after? Can anything be held against me when I run away and turn 18?
We have a shared parenting custody agreement in the divorce and I pay child support. He is her main source of child care since he is out of work and on house arrest. Is there any way I can become the resident parent?
File a Motion to Modify the Shared Parenting Plan and Motion for a Guardian ad Litem to be appointed in the Court where the divorce was granted. If you think it is an Emergency, file an Emergency Motion, though depending on the Jurist will depend how quickly you receive a hearing.
My friend gets ssi and they take 250 out his check for his kids he doesnt know how they did that he has never work before he doesnt get any survivor benifits either so what can i do with my children father take him to court
Greetings from a steamy afternoon. If a person is receiving SSD, (Social Security Disability), there is derivative benefit for children, though when there is SSI (Supplemental) is means based and the person does not have a work history, there is no derivative for the children.
Greetings from a steamy afternoon on the North Coast. No, the child support should be directed to the person who has Legal Custody. The Child Support Enforcement Agency can assist with the necessary paperwork.
We were just evicted from our house and I have to stay with family until I can get a job and get back on my feet. My son doesn't want to stay there, he wants to stay with his dad and go to school there until I get my own house. How do I go about doing that ? Do I have to give him temporary... Read more »
If the Father owns property in the school district, it should not be an issue to enroll him, otherwise, you may need a Court Order that states that Father is the Residential Parent for School Purposes.
My ex hit my kid While I was at work I rush home Because my mom called me and told me my son had a bruise on him I rushed him to the hospital and they called CSB. Csb told me that they were taken 24 hour Custody And removing the children from the home they went to my brothers but I was allowed... Read more »
the question is a chance at what? Not paying child support? Not being the Father? Since your child is 16, and your husband is the only Father he has ever known, the Court may Order for him to continue to be the legal father if it is in the best interest of your child.
My boyfriend has to go to a hearing with his ex wife to determine child support but we have his son through the week and she has the weekends, On the weekdays she is going out on dates, taking her self out, etc. Will the court look at that to determine child support? Will he have to pay if he has... Read more »
Greetings from a bright and sunny Friday morning. The Court will take into consideration time spent for child support purposes, though the Father should also file a Motion for Legal Custody and curtail the Mother's parenting time.
my mom and dad divorced when i was 11, and i never got the option to choose who i want to live with. my moms verbally abusive, and she has literal mental problems but refuses to get help. i want to live with my dad, and i’m going to visit him this summer. is it possible for me to just stay there,... Read more »
Greetings from a bright and sunny Friday. The short answer is MAYBE. Your Father may file an Emergency Motion for Temporary Custody in the county where you live, though after you are with him. A Guardian ad Litem will be appointed and will recommend to the Court what is in your best interest. You...Read more »
My sister in law has custody of our Niece. Her mother lost custody due to drugs and neglect. I’d like to get custody of my niece so she could have a more stable permanent home. My sister in law and I both agree that would be best for our niece.
Greetings from the North Coast. If your sister-in-law and you both agree to switch custody, file a Motion to Modify Custody and an Agreed Judgment Entry. It shouldn't be difficult and if the County has the necessary forms, you should be able to download and complete.
Greetings from the North Coast. The affidavit is usually sufficient to show indigence, though any type of document will suffice. Do you receive public assistance, food stamps, medical insurance or SSI?
Greetings from the North Coast. Under the statute you have Residual Parental Rights and Responsibilities. You should not take your child to the hospital or doctor for a routine healthcare issue without cooperation from the Legal Guardians, though you absolutely have a right to be present and have...Read more »
The Court may issue a warrant. Depending on the severity, will be determinative if the Prosecutor pursues the charges. The Court does not like to separate families, nor create more adversity. My advice is to speak to the prosecutor.
The question: do you have a child support Order, either through the CSEA, (administrative order) or through a Court Order? If there is no order, CSEA has no way of processing the payment. You can pay directly, only by check, and write in the memo, child support and the month the Court should give...Read more »
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