Q: If a Father signed over his rights in NH under false pretenses by the mother, Is there a way for him to get visitation?
Father thought he was making the best decision for his two children, the mother wasn't willing to work with him about anything and he didn't want to put his kids through that. She told him he could still see them and be in their lives but five years later and that is not the case. He hasn't been allowed any contact. His parents, see the kids once a month. He re-married and now has other children, do they have any rights? The mother pushed the father away and replaced him, they weren't divorced a week before she remarried to someone. We are in MA and they are in NH, I didn't know if that made a difference. Thank you
A: If the case where this happened was in NH originally and the kids still live in NH, this would be a NH case and the laws may be slightly different. In general, unless there was something in the written agreement he probably doesn't have much of an argument, unfortunately. Obviously, every case is different and this is a complicated issue, so there is no way to give a black and white answer without reading the court order and finding out more information. You may want to reach out to a few attorneys in NH to discuss the details and ask if they have handled cases like this before.
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