I know age of majority Is 19 In Alabama & 18 In Upstate NY will she be able to leave without parental consent? I am stable and can support her & I also want to help her become independently stable so we wanna work together.
We have joint custody and I have primary custody. Parenting time is switch every 2 weeks. My relocation would be to Texas for better living and because I would be able to buy a house there. Our son is 11turning 12 in May.
My babies father is violent, a drug user, a felon & I have documented reports with the police of the abuse. We are not married. I filed an OOP against him, & will be filing one immediately for her against him when she is born. How can I file for child support & still keep 100% full... Read more »
He will have a right to see her if he is clean, but you would want to ask for supervised parenting time at his expense at a court affiliated parenting skills center or no parenting time if he is using.
There is so much to say but to sum this up I need legal advice on what to do I am a mother desperately looking for help. Me my 10 month old daughter and her father have always lived in fl. Her father has family in Alabama so he suggested we move there so we did but within 24 hours of arriving he... Read more »
I’m 17 and I moved in with my friend a few weeks ago. Someone called DCSF and they are threatening to put my guardian in jail if I don’t move back in even though she is still supporting me and gave consent for me to move out.
His parents are suing me for custody. I had a drug problem. I no longer do, but he Has been a state trooper (just recently retired) for I believe about 40 years. He knows every judge, DA, everyone, all across the state. What are my options?
My husband wants to enlist in the military, but he doesn’t want to lose custody of his 2yr old daughter. Right now he and his ex haven’t settled any sort of custody agreement in court, it’s all been verbal agreements. We currently are her primary household, and have been for over a year now.... Read more »
Courts determine who should have primary custody of a child by applying a number of best interests factors. The fact that you and he have been caring for the child for a year weighs in your favor. There is no clearcut answer as to whether military service impacts a child custody analysis. It...Read more »
my brother says there is a "no contact order" between the families. my brother and his ex share a child and the ex regularly communicates with me and my mom about child related things. we are fine with this but my brother says its not allowed. we wonder if there is legally really anything... Read more »
Yes, it's possible. You will need to ask for spousal maintenance, and will likely need to ask for temporary spousal maintenance. Whether or not a Court will actually order spousal maintenance is a different question and probably only be answered after a consultation.
The Mother picked up the child for parenting time but did not share with the father she tested positive for Covid until after child was picked up as to avoid being denied her parenting time. Parenting time is court ordered 50/50. Now the child is exposed. Positive mother continues to take the child... Read more »
I have been with my son all day everyday doing everything for him and buying everything for him since he was born. I tried working out supervision and child support with his dad outside the court but he will not pay anything for my son and doesn't want me present during visitations. Everywhere... Read more »
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