Yes, unless you have an existing court order she can move and take the child with her. I would suggest you contact a lawyer and get a order in place. If she moves with the child and no order, once you get jurisdiction in another state you will have to fight for your rights in the new state.
We got into a heated argument. And he got upset and he grabbed and took off with her. I tried to get her but he elbowed me and pushed me down. In the argument there was no hitting involved just yelling. I’m afraid he may have taken her out of state.
If you were hurt when he elbowed you and pushed you you should call the police and get him arrested for assault and then you will have law enforcement help getting your child back. Otherwise without a criminal matter the police will not be involved and if he is the father of the child it is not...Read more »
Where I couldn't pick up the pets I purchased both of them I purchased the oldest one for him but the youngest one is a female in her name is cupcake and she is mine and now he has told me that we are selling the house come to find out not only are we selling the house but he is leaving me and... Read more »
You need to get a lawyer involved to obtain the dog(s) so that he does not take them. If you have proof than you should be able to get them back. Timing is essential for getting the dog(s) back. You may also have certain rights as regards other mutual property.
If you are the only parent on the birth certificate you can provide guardianship to your mother. If another parent is involved than they would have to sign off in theory. This would allow her to send the kids to school, medical needs, etc..
If she leaves without her parents permission they she can be in trouble. The age to be an adult in NE is 19. So the answer is Son can go, but daughter has to be get permission or wait til she is old enough.
The best advice I can give you is to get a lawyer. The court should have awarded you custody if the child was taken from the other parent. With a lawyers help and advice you should be able to regain custody.
You could move to dismiss the action, but the other side depending on how far it progressed could move it forward. It is very easy to file a modification based upon a chance of circumstances. It is always best to talk to a lawyer to learn about the ramifications of any legal action.
I have a child and I have not seen or heard from the dad in 5 years. Child support stopped 14 months ago. He has also lost the rights for 2 of his other children due to meth. I am married and my husband wants to adopt how do we go about it
While there is no set time limit, unless the party is in custody delays of months would likely be acceptable. The forcing the court to rule is not an real option since it will likely result in a denial by the court. The defense cannot even appeal the ruling until the defendant has been sentenced.
The owner of the vehicle or the company. Any licensed driver of the vehicle would be held responsible for any violations. The company may later be subjected to civil suit for any violations they subjected an employee to.
Bio dad has not attempted to see her in over 5 years. Blocked her on social media. When she did try to ask him to allow it, he refused. He does pay his $375 a month but that's about all. She has a close relationship with her step father. She wants that stability. Because she's 18, can... Read more »
In Nebraska a child is not an adult until the age of 19, but that may work to your advantage if you act prior to her becoming an adult. Get in touch with a good lawyer here on Justia and they should be able to help you.
Me and my daughters dad have never been married and he is not on the birth certificate.
He has not financially helped with any of his daughters expenses while I was pregnant till now. My daughter is 8 months old now. He only visited 6 times total for no more then 3 hours spread out in... Read more »
Both parties have full rights to a child if not court order is in place. Since he is not on the birth certificate he would have to go to court and establish paternity before the court or police would all him any rights. The advantage to you is that the he could be order to pay support. The...Read more »
Short answer is yes,since the standard is best interest of children. Habits, history and other problems can be shown to the court. Best to get a lawyer and seek to recover your costs as frivolous litigation.
My ex has kept my son from me for 3.5 years. I live in Wyoming I just found out a few days ago she's been living in Nebraska for about 2years. I've also been told my son is being physically abused, I don't know what are custody is I've never been informed all I no is I pay child... Read more »
You may want to both contact CPS and a lawyer. The advantage with contacting CPS is they may be looking for a placement for the child if they have been take out of the home and as the parent you are given priority under the system in NE. Contacting a lawyer gives you a person to argue your case...Read more »
From child support ....He Gets cps called on me 3 times in the past 3 years (Nothing was ever found)...he admitted to Me Him and his girlfriend called ...Then him and her girl friend get married a few weeks ago ....trying to play super mom and dad ...now won't bring me my kids back can he do this!?
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