Burlington, NC asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Federal Crimes for New York

Q: Can we get marry and leave together while still on Parole and after finishing the D V class or P.O. can still said no?

I am on Parole and due to a call my fiance made during the beginning of our relationship, my loudness due to hearing problems I was not aware of got her scare. We have been living together before for 3 years.the reason I am on parole is because I left NY to go with her to NC with out permission, she didnt know.I came back like she ask me to and gave my self.I did 1 year. My stepson who call me dad and miss me and want me to dopt him as he ask me to and marry his mom. Mrs.Figueroa is legally blind, retire from NYCHHC and formed emplyee of NYCBOE and Isaiah who suffer from severe depression,anxiety and ADHD needs my support morals and financially at home. Isaiah haved been bully in school in NC, he don't want to go to school. So she deside to move back home to NY before he harm himself like he has stated. Now am working and able to leave with her and help pay the bills.My worry is that the PO will not allow us, Isaiah and her are the reason I change my ways.Please can you help us?

1 Lawyer Answer

Aubrey Claudius Galloway

Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Scarsdale, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: It really depends on whether or not there is a TPO in place and, more importantly, whether the stairway provision has been struck from the TPO or not. If it has not, a lawyer can easily make a motion in the Family Court to have to stay away provision taken out of the order so U2 may stay together. We can probably do it for 350 bucks flat.

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