Q: I was divorced in Florida in 2010, i had my daughter for 5 years, alone, until 2015.
In 2015 florida courts granted custody to my ex wife who had hardly had any part in her life until then. (I believe due to gross misrepresentation, since my attorney was fired afterwards and i was not charged what i owed.) Now my daughter is 11 and still living with her mother, in onslow county. First part of my question is, i have a recording of her step father admitting he does not want her living there with them, and he has nothing to do with her. And secondly, said step father is a marine and my ex is telling my daughter that she is moving to Germany with them where he is being stationed next.
What should i do to 1st, move jurisdiction of the case to onslow county. (i live in SC) And 2nd, get custody back of my daughter and keep her from being moved to Germany. There is also a issue of a unreasonable amount of child support i pay. But i more so just want my child back!
A: If you are going to register the Order now, it would need to be in NC (Onslow County). Once registered, you should file a Motion to Modify Custody. While you are at it, you may want to include a Motion to Modify Child Support in the same filing. Consult with an attorney about more of the specifics of your case, in order to develop a more thorough strategy, as this is just one way to go about handling your situation.
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