My boyfriend is the father of my two kids. We moved here 2.5 months ago. He had been sober but right after moving here started drinking again. We are not married and have no kind of custody agreement. His family is going to help me leave. Am I able to take the kids back to Minnesota legally?
We agreed on parenting plan Dec.31 2019 and he has not attempted any visitation since october 2019. He has distubed my sons emotional wellbeing and.development with his actions towards him. We have tried contacting him via phone and he either ignores us or hangs up. There has been no attempts to... Read more »
The mother wont let the father see his daughter. The mother moved to a different town farther from him and she is denying him his rights to see her. No court order has been made yet but she hasnt talked to him since July and she ignores every message she sends him. She also has him blocked on... Read more »
The grand parents intervened after mediation was completed. My daughter lawyer quit because of funding,. so she had no representation at the Zoom trial. The fathers parents had attorney.My daughter and father were never married, his parents took my daughters son when she took a apartment in... Read more »
First, I am not at ND lawyer. That being said, if you have a final judgment--or if there's an exception to the final judgment rule, in either the statutes or appellate court Rules in ND--I would definitely answer yes, you can appeal. But be aware, usually you have 30 days to note the ap peal...Read more »
My sister is doing a medicine recidency and her program might be cut off. In case that happens she will be deported to Peru. Her husband would start the procedure for her to return to the states as his wife, but does not want the baby to leave the usa. What are my sisters´ rights, if she wants to... Read more »
A default judgment could occur in which you are awarded all that you have asked for in the complaint. However, the judge is still going to review that judgment to make sure the requests are compliant with the law.
My grandchildren are living in North Dakota with her father he has only had custody for 3 years prior to that they lived with my husband and I in Washington State. They are 13 and not happy or well taken care of by their father and stepmother there have been issues with physical and verbal abuse... Read more »
A friend of mine is trying to get custody of her son who is being emotionally abused by his father (he has physical custody and they both live in ND). The courts are telling her they won't hear the case unless she has legal representation. She makes too much for legal aid and doesn't have... Read more »
Also can they require the non-custodial parent to travel more than half the distance for their parenting time? Can the custodial parent deny weekday visits saying they can only do visits at a location closer to the custodial parent. Even if this language is not in the court order? The move was also... Read more »
The court order contains all of the requirements. Everything else is just the other parent trying to pull a fast one. An order cannot require that a person never moves - but a person moving could, potentially, have other implications. Unfortunately, you will not get specific advice on this...Read more »
I am not married to the childs father. He did sign an awknowledgement of paternity. He is saying if I take my daughter to my best friends wedding he will call me in for kidnapping. There is no custody agreement of any kind. He Is trying to force me to leave her with a coworkers wife whom I've... Read more »
He has not seen my son in over 4 and I have never received any financial support or help with medical bills. I believe his wife hates my son and feel if he asked to have him for a day would Not be a good situation. Can I file for 100% custody? We live in North Dakota.
my ex and I have 2 kids and a current parenting plan. in are plan it states that we are to revisit it when my oldest child starts school. we have talked about it and have agreed on a change in parenting time. I'm wondering what steps i need to take now to make it part of the plan and for child... Read more »
You would need to write up and file with the Court a written Stipulation reflecting what provisions of the Judgment you've agreed to modify. Both parties would need to sign and notarize the Stipulation. You then need to prepare and file a proposed Order and a proposed Amended Judgment.
I have been really lenient at making her come over I am at the point right now where I no longer am willing to let her decide when she does n doesn’t want to come over all we have is a verbal agreement on days I have her and her dad has her
There's the legal answer, and the practical answer.
Assuming her dad is supportive, I strongly recommend talking it through with your daughter and trying to get her to understand and come willingly. Forcing a child to come against her will might be more damaging to your relationship...Read more »
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