Q: My husband has sole custody and i have supervised visits which hes refusing for a year now...what can i do?
Were still married. The kids have been living w him for over a year between his moms and his gf...he wont let me talk to or see them. Visits are supposed to be agreed by Both of us and it hasnt happened in over a year. I pay child support. Please help. I miss my kids. And his new girlfriend doesn't want me coming back in their life period. I still have rights to my kids. I just dont have a lot of money to get a lawyer. In miami county they just passed a law that its out of juvenile jurisdiction if the parties are still married w kids. I was the first case they had to deal with in the common pleas court which was also frustrating because they would not tell me what paperwork i needed for what i was trying to do because thats giving legal advice. And im clueless when it comes to legal stuff.
If you are still married and there is a Court Order for supervised parenting, file a Motion to Show Cause in the Court. A Motion will notify the Court that you have been denied any contact with your child and the Father will have to appear and explain why. Most Courts have the forms on line, depending on the jurisdiction.
Hope this helps and good luck.
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