Parental agreement (PA) was signed in GA, child has lived in TN with mother for 10 years. Registering PA to TN, NCP contested registration what happens after this? and what reason can NCP contest registering PA. Thank you
The mother was arrested with 10 pounds of marjaunea 2 pounds of hash intent to sell
delinquency to a minor ! There was a gun involved we we heard they were going to charge for that because minors were shooting it. One boy is my grandson the other our step grandson there sister has a daddy... View More
My children's father and I have never been married and there is no custody order in place. He is telling me he plans on trapping me here and will "get me in trouble" if I try to leave. He was emotionally and mentally abusive during our relationship and continues to be now. What steps... View More
I’m in a situation. I have a 2 year old who was abused by my soon to be ex-husband. However I’m due with his biological child any day. We are going to court and charges will be pressed. There’s also a no contact order between him and my 2 year old. I’m just very worried he will get some... View More
Can he still file an Intentional Tort claim for compensation and emotional distress since it has been less than a year that we found out that the medical issue was caused by the abuse? My son tried to file a prosecution against my ex last year for the abuse after we had medical evidence, but the... View More
In Tennessee, a father seeking to change custody from the mother to himself would generally need to demonstrate a substantial and material change in circumstances that directly affects the child's well-being. The court's primary consideration is the best interests of the child. Situations...View More
In Tennessee, if there is no existing parenting plan or custody order in place, and you plan to move to a new city within the same state, you may not be legally required to inform the other parent about the move. However, it is generally advisable to communicate openly and honestly with the other...View More
Whether Tennessee can establish jurisdiction over an ongoing custody case in Kentucky depends on factors governed by the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA). Typically, the state where the child has lived for the past six months holds jurisdiction as the home state. In...View More
Unfortunately I have a lot of legal issues that I can't get resolved being 62 and disabled. My son was 15 at 5 years old he was in a wheelchair with SMA or needs for not being met and we were being denied assistance and or help for 13 years. I am on SSDI and my son draws off on my benefits.... View More
My child's father has 50% custody and has been refusing to let her come over during my scheduled time because he doesn't want my partner around her he says she already has a man in her life and that it's him so he's refusing to let her come over.
It is not legal for your child's father to stop her from coming over to your house during your scheduled custody time. You both have the right to equal parenting time with your child, and he cannot interfere with that right simply because he does not like your partner.
I was in a relationship 4 years ago. Significant other got pregnant. We were together through whole pregnancy and 2 months after child was born I was, I was told it’s not mine. DNA test with the other man’s mother came back she is the paternal grandmother. Fast forward 3 years, I get served... View More
The father of my children had filed a petition and had a court hearing which granted him emergency temporary custody of my children but the case was heard in front of a substitute judge and I did not find out about any of this information until 3 days after the court hearing was held and approved.... View More
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