If you have a visitation order you can take action to enforce. If you do not have a visitation order you need to get one. Either way hire an attorney and they will be able to help you with the process.
They were never married, no abuse except for mental abuse from her to him. They have 2 children but my husband accepts her other child as his and we have him when we have the others. Her family says she never has them, either we have them or her mother or sister do. Kids are 8, 9, and 12.
We are living at different homes and she explicitly said I could sleep with other people, which is saved in a text message. Is it possible for her to attempt saying I cheated on her despite having her permission?
It is possible for the state to terminate rights in some cases. However, If you hire an attorney RIGHT NOW and follow all of their advice and all the requirements of the state you will give yourself the best chance of a favorable outcome. It will require doing all the right things and listening...Read more »
My 17 year old brother in law ran away from home. His father pressed charges and dropped them acknowledging that he is in his own. My husband and I want to fly my brother in law and his 19 year old girlfriend to Wyoming for a visit. His father had threatened kidnapping charges against us. Can we be... Read more »
Non-Custodial, FOC, lives in a different state. He will not call our children, at all, and says it’s my responsibility to make sure they talk to him. Our children do NOT want to talk to him. When I have them call every 2-4 days it’s a constant battle. They cry and get upset. Then I’m left... Read more »
Me and my separated husband has 3 kids. We haven't been to court yet. But we signed a paper that I typed out saying that he gets them half a week and I'll get them the other half. I heard that my kids dont get fed well and are mistreated while they are at there dads house. I want to keep... Read more »
I think your options are going to be based on the evidence that you have to back up your allegations. The moves you make a the start of a case can have an impact on the final outcome. So, do not make any legal decisions without first meeting with an attorney. The attorney can review what you have...Read more »
my attorney told the Judge I was a felon on a probate administration and stopped me from becoming administrator. then the judge is on the bench at a quiet title action with a pre conceived image that I am a felon and I loose the case
Involved in shoot outs, has gotten physical with me curse me out cost me my job and the cops won't do anything about it all I keep hearing is he my child and I can't kick him out. What can I do with him being 14yrs old
Received call Monday evening that an emergency po was being filed against me? Have not received any information regarding, and have not been able to have any contact with my child. There is a court order in place. Who do I call to get my child back?
My husband has a child with another woman and she is filing for child support. However, the name is incorrect that she used for him and she stated she tried to go to court for it but my husband never recieved the court order. Also, he wanted visitation rights and there was a verbal agreement but... Read more »
To get visitation all he needs to do is hire an attorney to file an action in the district court. A hearing will be set and the court can order visitation based upon what the court believes is in the best interest of the child.
My granddaughter has a P.O. against her ex boyfriend for domestic violence. They have twins together. She wants to enroll them in school. The school insist that the fathers name has to be on the list of who can pick them up.
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