Never married. Child’s father lives in different state. Does not help financially so I’m filing for child support. If I file will he have visitation rights in his state? He’s the non custodial parent , will I have to file for full custody of our child even considering he barely sees the child... Read more »
Due to TN state law insisting child was mine. I got her a divorce and married her and provided her with paperwork to change child's name to mine. She did not do this till years later after we divorced and I had even remarried. Then she took my rights from me and had her 4th husband adopt child... Read more »
My mother has guardianship of my children and wants and is willing to give custody back to me. She lives in Neshoba County. Our Court has been handled in Simpson County because that is where me and my ex-husband resided when we got a divorce and that is where the child custody started. But, my... Read more »
I never even been in front of him for children court. Even though he order on my custody hearing, adjudication hearing, ex parte custody ,one of them no date. Vacated my adjudication. Would that be considered judicial misconduct? In criminal court it was a conflict of interest but I chose to keep... Read more »
My husband belittle me and told me that if I leave he will take our only child. He told me that I will not win against him. I don’t want to stay with him but I don’t want to loose my son. My husband does not care for my safety or our son safety if he gets what he want. Once I told him I did not... Read more »
No. First of all, the contents of a police report is hearsay, so unless the report has some non-hearsay evidentiary purpose, it will not be allowed over your objection even were the case not expunged. The police officer who wrote the report can be called to testify as to matters over which they...Read more »
My daughters mother has already detained custody twice (I filed for contempt pro se). She released custody last week and now this week she is claiming quarantine. A rapid antigen test came back negative and she states she will not give me our daughter for my custody days. (I have 4 days a week... Read more »
If the CP still lives in Georgia, the Georgia order remains in tact. The GA CS order can be enforced in the new state. the orders cannot be modified anywhere other than Georgia as long as the CP still lives in Georgia.
Venue was transferred to family court in the county where paternity was pending. However judge who ordered the transfer in the same breath set a court date to be back in his court for a review hearing in 90 days. Family judge thought a full hearing and final order was already made due to that... Read more »
i live in Washington. my boyfriend of 3 yrs was charged with 3rd degree rape from the mom of his children she was a minor at the time when she was pregnant and the hospital collected the fathers info and reported to the authorities. meanwhile the whole thing was going on in court, they were still... Read more »
I gave a clean drug test and probation was to contact the guardian with results and they contacted but guard I refused to answer the phone and was texting me stating they hadn’t heard from probation as the officer was leaving a detailed message I have a letter from the officer and the supervisor... Read more »
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