Q: The dad has primary placement, joint legal custody with decision Making up to father, my visits are to be supervised by
An adult acceptable to the father. We finished chips case 2years ago and it says it expires 2/4/2020 on case order next to where the order was written. Does that mean I still have no say or have to be supervised still? I was already allowed to take my kid for months at at time during quarentine. Now her dad is sick in hospital from blood infection (drug related) and could possibly be permenantly paraplegic. Only time will tell. I've been taking care of child now and need to know my rights to keep her.?also the reason why I got the shaft during chips case was because I was basically starting from ground zero up to get get her back and had no family support so it took me longer to get requirements and back on feet. He had just met his now girlfriend back then who basically did everything and more to get her back. She is financially more stable and he pretty much took advantage of her and still does. She is helping him to recover but not for sure it will be 100%.thank you!
A: Not everything is clear as to your status. If the Chips order is expired, the family court Order controls. If there has been a substantial change of circumstances, you need to file a Motion for Modification of the Temporary Order as to placement of the children.
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