Louisville, KY asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Kentucky

Q: A petition has been filed for me to sign over my rights to my daughter's stepfather. How do I respond?

Her mother moved away with her 2 years ago and I have no idea where they live. She has blocked my number as well as blocked me on social media. I recieved this petition to sign over my rights, which I do not what to do. I emailed their lawyer and they said that I have to respond through the courts. How do I do that?

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Timothy Denison

Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: File a written response in the case with the clerks office. Simply say you do not agree with the termination. Ask for the court to appoint you counsel to represent you in it.

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