I am now married and bought a house and flexible work schedule as of February 2018,i am Afraid my sons dad will not let my son live with me, he thinks I abandoned him when I see him every other weekend and provide for him too
There is an existing order and wage garnishment in place. The balance of back child support is in excess of 49 thousand dollars, will his wages still be garnished after she turns 18? If not how does that balance ever get paid off?
Support for the 18 year old should end when he graduates from high school, not just on the reaching of age 18. The arrears however, continues to be owed until it is paid off. The wage garnishment can continue for that purpose. You could even go back to court and get the garnishment amount...Read more »
A case was started on my 4 month old and orders were granted over 24 hrs on false info and withholding information the mother didnt have no chance to show are give evidence and a chance to speak and the judge made orders with out verify that my child is on two open cases through the family courts... Read more »
Removed from him. His house was raided 4 drugs & drugs were found with both my girls being there my 15 yr old & my 12 yr old who has down sydrome. The NTF notified cps they came did a emergency removal never notified me about it. My girls were taken 2 get druged tested cps didnt all9w me 2 go... Read more »
Often CPS and the courts ask the parents to do things like drug test and attend classes to make sure the parent is committed to ensuring the children's safety and well being. Often success requires cooperating with CPS and showing them that you are all about the kids.
I was playing in the gross area and i grab the baseball ball from kids playing there so we can play through and catch another minor came from the back and pulled off my shorts and all my private parts were visible to everyone around. It took me some sec to pull it up as i was shocked. Now everyone... Read more »
Unfortunately, you cannot force a 17-year-old to comply with court-ordered custody or visitation plans. Without knowing why he will not come visit you, it's difficult to say what your options are. Options include 1) do no thing; 2) consider family therapy; 3) come up with activities to do during...Read more »
Hi my ex girlfriend texted me stating she went to the Los Angeles county courts to start the process of establishing paternity a couple weeks ago. My issue is I’m currently out of the state for a new job which requires us to complete the training I’m at which is about a month long or forfit the... Read more »
I served my sons father child custody and visitation on 2/22/2019. He never responded back to my summons. What does that mean for me? We just had our mediation appointment and we did not agree. He wants 50/50 and I want full physical custody. Does he have to serve me back? Or can he still get 50/50... Read more »
The father is allowed to participate in the hearing regardless of whether he has filed a response or not. And he is free to hire an attorney at any time. The Court has to decide what "the best" interests are with respect to child custody and visitation.
The facts you shared do raise some important legal issues and rights. And without knowing more, I cannot answer it completely. A CPS (and some counties have had this agency re-named) worker will have to be involved and be open to your information. If she or he sees it your way then that is the...Read more »
Hi the Father of my child is threatening me that he will file for a child custody bec he is going to school from 6am to 6pm every Mon to Fri he wants to borrow the child every Sunday half day and I told him he can borrow the child some sundays but not every sunday and he got mad he told me that he... Read more »
It's never too late to file for child support, but the sooner you file the better because any order for child support is usually only made effective the date that you file the paperwork -- not any earlier than that. If he's not paying child support now, I would need to know whether it's because...Read more »
A friend of mine is going through a nasty divorce. in January his soon-to-be ex-wife called the police on him for domestic violence even though she was the one that put hands on him, and they do have pictures of his injuries. Child protective services was contacted because she claimed neglect on... Read more »
More info is needed to properly evaluate your case.
WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THE STATE IF THE VICTIM AND EVEN IF THE SPOUSE WANTS TO DROP CHARGES THE DA PRESSURES THEM TO CONTINUE AND IF THEY DON'T THEY TRY TO PRESENT A CASE BASED ON THE ORIGINAL COMPLAINT TO THE POLICE.
Custody order is in place from Stanislaus county father took childeren while they enrolled in school here in tulare county and filed up there..its been a few yrs and with no luck i couldnt get them back. Im seeking help to bring them back to me..i dont have very much money but i am willing to pay... Read more »
Our little sister is only turning 15, so I assume it will be difficult. I also know parents get full custody. However according to my little sister, her dad is very controlling and doesn’t let her do anything she will enjoy, such as visit friends or even me and my sister. He even says if he buys... Read more »
As her sister and non parent, you do not have legal standing to seek custody. The option of legal guardianship may be available, but based on the information you have provided, it's unlikely that request will be granted either
I’m fighting a criminal case currently as well as being a witness in another case. I’m being refused a speedy trial until I testify. The DA is saying I won’t be charged for any wrong doing in the witness case and I don’t have legal counsel currently cuz... Read more »
To properly answer any legal question it is necessary to ascertain more information. It is like asking a doctor over the phone what your pain in the stomach is about and whether he could cure it. The Doc needs to get a more complete history, lab work, and X-rays etc.
Feb 19th 2019 a judge awarded the father of my daughter full custody because of a retraining order with him telling the judge he walked up.to me while my 5 year old daughter was at his house she expressed to me that her 15 year old sister penetrated her in how she didn't like what she did to her... Read more »
Have you filed for child custody and visitation orders? Typically in such requests, you can state your facts, observations, and attach related declarations from witnesses attesting to these allegations. Are you in divorce proceedings already? More details are necessary to provide a professional...Read more »
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