I have a 10-year-old and a 6-year-old son. Their father has been absent for 6 years, he was an addict, in and out of rehab and jail, and suffers from mental health. Their father was incarcerated for a year and released in December 2021 and is currently living in a sober living house. I have my... Read more »
It's not clear what you mean by "obtain full rights". Has a conflict arisen regarding your rights? Is someone challenging your rights? Is the other parent seeking custody of visitation orders? It's not clear what you are trying to accomplish.
That depends on information you have not provided here. i.e. 1) is there another parent involved? 2) has the other parent consented to this move? 3) are there custody orders in place for you and the other parent? 4) is there a divorce decree or parentage judgment which includes custody/visitation...Read more »
I filed divorce in Oregon and my soon to be ex skipped the state. Supposedly she moved back to CA according to her lawyer. She took our kid with her and I don't know where they are. I haven't been able to serve divorce paper. I have been searching on the internet, hired PI, I confronted... Read more »
My 19 month old son was unlawfully removed from my care last thursday with a fraudulant warrant signed by a judge whom is on SUSPENSION. She has no right to practice law and therefore per California Penal code 207 this would be considered Aggrivated Kidnapping by the social worker because he is... Read more »
my 19 month old son was taken last week unlawfully by DCFS SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY with a fraudulant warrant and placed with his alledged late fathers family.. My son has no Daddy on his birth certificate and he has my last name they have no legal rights to him and they are not liscenced for foster... Read more »
There are numerous statutory factors that go into the decision as to whether spousal support should be paid, in what amount and for what duration. If she is able to support herself and maintain the lifestyle to which the parties became accustomed during the marriage based solely on her own income,...Read more »
It is a fairly simple process. Custodial parent and stepparent will fill out court forms, there will adoption investigation, consents must be obtained. The court will schedule a hearing. You will get a copy of the adoption order from the court, and the amended birth certificate will be mailed to...Read more »
I have not filed yet but have been talking to the other party about the move. My child is 10. I currently homeschool him and I work remotely. My parents, grandparents and sister’s family are also moving. We all want to live close by in tennessee. They are our main support system. The other party... Read more »
In general, when the parents share joint physical custody under an existing order and in fact, and one parent seeks to relocate with the child, the nonmoving parent who seeks a change of custody to prevent the child's relocation need only establish that the change of custody will be in the...Read more »
I am the respondent in a family court case. I represent myself. 2 years have passed since the case was filed. It is now on the dismissal docket notice for March. Last week I recieved an email with a change of attorney motion from the plaintiff. They said they need me to sign off on it cuz... Read more »
You do not need to consent to the other party's motion to be relieved as counsel. As to your question regarding a dismissal, you have not provided enough information. The court does not ask parties if they want their case to be dismissed. It doesn't work that way. If you do want your...Read more »
This forum cannot be used in this manner; i.e. to be instructed on how to practice law. If you do not want to hire an attorney to assist you, you can use the court's self-help link on the Superior Court's website. What you will need is a Request for order either to modify custody so...Read more »
If the place you are moving is far enough away to interfere with your current custody orders, you have to get the court to change the order. You can't just tell him you are moving if the move will interfere with your custody orders.
There is a open separation in the courts. The mother believes that I am not allowed physical custody of my children. The reason for the separation has nothing to do with the children. It’s issues between me and her with trust on both sides. But I want to make sure that as the separation goes... Read more »
Generally speaking, both parents have equal rights to custody of their children. Courts favor parenting plans that give the children frequent and continuing contact with both parents. The exception would be a situation in which being with one (or both) parents poses a threat to the health, safety...Read more »
Sorry you are having problems. You should look for a local Legal Aid Society or contact the County bar association where you live. Unlikely you will receive free legal services from a private attorney. Family Law matters are very complex and take a lot of time. Attorneys get paid for their time.
cps closed mothers cps case dismissed and reversed case father then did a 2year class w criminal judge father appears at mothers home committed dv on mother criminal judge dismissed dv even with evidence / witness then the judge was relocated to family court giving offender = custody rights... Read more »
I have joint custody of my 2 kids we are not going bye the court order we agreed kids can choose where they want to live so the 8 year old lives with me the 11 year old lives with her I moved to redding 1 year ago my 8 year old has been enrolled in school here on medical here in shasta county doing... Read more »
Single, solo dad here, Los Angeles, with full physical/legal custody of my son for more than five years now. Shortly after the other parent lost all custody rights years ago, she filed a child support claim from a different county, and collected thousands of dollars, with the County of L.A. CSD... Read more »
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