Q: Is there something I can do to get primary so the kids can stay together? Or no because daughter was sent here.
I’m primary of son (16)in Nevada ex is primary of daughter(13) in Idaho. Idaho has jurisdiction. Court custody is alternate summers holiday no child support. Split medical cost 2019 court date she didnt get primary of son back no substantial change. She asked if I would take daughter because it’s best interest siblings be together. But had to be outside of court. She said she’d help with financial. So no child support. I have school times she has summers. 2020 talked about taking daughter back. But let her stay after son was upset. She provides phone gives them 25$ once in a while. She doesn’t have insurance for kids or pay half of ours. Can I do anything if she chose to send daughter here Voluntary is that not considered substantial change? I fear she’ll take her back any time and kids will be separated again after she said best interest is for kids to be together Also there is 6 yr half sibling that is bonded.
A: You should consult an Idaho attorney. From a Nevada attorneys' perspective and with the limited information above, you can file in court asking for primary custody if you have had primary custody ( even if it was voluntary given to you) as this can be seen as a substantial change assuming your primary custody has been more then the summer or your normal time.
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