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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Alabama on
Q: When my girlfriend turns 18 In a few more months will she be able to leave alabama & come to upstate NY without problem

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.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Florida on
Q: My mom passed away last june from dementia. She had a will made years ago my dad was her caregiver

I don't even know what was in it or if that would even be valid now because of her being sick. No amount of money would ever bring her back, I have sister which I'm sure has received something but I'm never told anything. I just wanted to know if there's anything I can do? Thanks

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Colorado on
Q: Can I move out of (CO) state with my son?

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.

Sabra M. Janko
Sabra M. Janko answered on Jan 17, 2022

You would have to have the other parties cornet or a court order.

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Alabama on
Q: If you go through dhr with your childs father and..

both parents are together and in process of turninh their life around . could they get married in order to make it to where the judge cant no longer say yall cant be around each other ?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Family Law for Arkansas on
Q: I AND MY FIANCE WERE IN ANOTHER STATE, HIS DAD FILED A FALSE CHARGE. LEFT ME STRANDED, incarnation and loss of job.

I have so many.. Too much to type.

I have court on 25 of Jan. Help??

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Arizona on
Q: Do I have the legal right to request covid positive test in family law if it effects parenting time.

Maricopa county, Arizona. Father of child states he tested covid positive and it has effected parenting time. He lives in Texas and this now has caused his parenting time to change. I have sole physical custody and legal is 51/49. Mother having final say. He is currently saying I do not have the... Read more »

Randi Sirlin
Randi Sirlin answered on Jan 16, 2022

I can not tell what your question is, exactly. I recommend contacting an experienced family law attorney.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Arizona on
Q: I want full custody when my daughters born. Her father & I are not married. can I file for child support & have full cus

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 »

Randi Sirlin
Randi Sirlin answered on Jan 16, 2022

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.

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Wyoming on
Q: I want to keep my unborn child out of the legal system.

There is a chance she isn't biologically mine, and the mother may face jail time.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Texas on
Q: How do I remove parental rights in Texas?

Father has done some bad stuff to my child and child is seeing a counselor and tried to harm herself due to what happened to her

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Florida on
Q: I have a 17-year-old who is going to be a father.

His girlfriend's mother wants their baby and told him he has no rights. What can I do so that if he wants to be in the child's life, which he does but he feels like it's hopeless, that he can not have this baby just adopted and they control what happens to the baby? He was in the... Read more »

Destardes Moore
Destardes Moore answered on Jan 16, 2022

He can register with the Putative Father Registry. http://www.floridahealth.gov/certificates/certificates/birth/Putative_Father/index.html

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Civil Rights and Domestic Violence for Alabama on
Q: I am a mother in desperate need of some legal advice I don't have much money and I'm in a very devastating situation.

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 »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Juvenile Law for Illinois on
Q: Can DCFS make me move out of my 21 year old friends house if I’m 17 and have parental consent?

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.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Massachusetts on
Q: Do i need a discovery if I am representing myself in family court?

I am trying to gain full legal and physical custody of my two kids but will be representing myself with the documents I have.

2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Family Law and Military Law for Arizona on
Q: Would my husband and I be able to get/keep custody of his daughter if he enlists in the military?

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 »

Sabra M. Janko
Sabra M. Janko answered on Jan 16, 2022

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 »

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0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Divorce and Family Law for Arkansas on
Q: My brother is divorced and has told me and our mother that we cant communicate with his ex or her family, is he right?

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 »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for New Hampshire on
Q: When can I claim my daughter if decree says mother claims child in even years, current year or filing year?

My divorce decree says mother claims daughter in even years and father claims in odd years! Does that mean current year or filing year? My ex thinks he can claim her this year(2022) because it is for the filing year of 2021 and I disagree. Which is correct? I currently live in NH but our divorce... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Juvenile Law and Probate for Arizona on
Q: Dad had temporary legal decision making but went to prison my rights fully intact, can I go get my kids from the Stepmom

My rights are fully intact and dad is now in prison and the stepmother is not letting me see or speak to my children can I get the cops and go get my kids

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