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 »
Hired her 8-23-20 last day in court was in 10-06-20. When case finished, we hug and i thank her. Well 6 months later i started getting invoice for my case?? At first she just told me it was just a covid letter they sent to all of their clients. I inform her my case ended 6 months ago and i have... Read more »
The paperwork was filed in contra costa county. We live in solano now. We only had 1 child at the time the other papers were filed. We now have 2. How do I proceed with divorce? Or am I stuck at his mercy because he filed the paperwork 2 years ago and never closed? I also want to move to my parents... Read more »
My wife and mother in law have made false accusations of being unsafe with me and of me “shaking” my babies. I’ve been cleared because it never happed. And now is trying to get restraining order so they can take my twin babies to Washington DC. They’ve contacted help on their end so I’m... Read more »
The answer will depend on where your wife and children are located, because that is where you will have to take your stand. I am not a family law lawyer, and am only licensed to practice in California.
You can start by asking for help from the JAG Office at your marine base. You might ask...Read more »
While it depends on how your case was closed and what local practice customs suggest, I recommend keeping a log of your attempts to see the children and your attempts to set up visits via the case worker. After documenting several of these attempts, talk to a lawyer about filing a motion to get a...Read more »
He and his girlfriend are playing games in messages making me ouot to be the non cooperative parent, when in all reality it is the oopposite. I asked him 2 months ago for insurance info so I could try to find a counselor for our 8 year old daughter and he would not respond up until last week. and... Read more »
Sorry to hear you are experiencing these problems. You can obtain a Civil Harassment restraining order by applying to the court for one. Most of these are done by people without attorneys, but it really helps to have one.
Im going to be 17 in 9 months, but I’d like to leave my home now. I would have a steady place to live and a full way of getting to school. Is there any legal way my mom can force me back if I runaway without her knowing?
Yes, you can be forced back, unless you are a legally emancipated minor. There are forms on the Court website and information online on how to do this. I suggest you should contact a local attorney to discuss your personal situation.
Go to the website for the court in which the case is pending. There will be a place for you to find "forms" which you can search for the kind of form you are looking for. Family Law is a very complex area, I would suggest you should contact a local attorney to discuss your personal situation.
Me and my son reside in riverside county and I work from home and have had him since birth. His father resides in la county and works full time and is barely home. Hardly sees his son only recently started after filing paperwork to take me to court .he wants to circumcise my son who is 10 months... Read more »
Retain legal counsel. You need to make the right arguments, properly submit your evidence and properly cite the law in responding to the father's requests. A 50/50 schedule between two counties for a 10 month old is unlikely going to be seen by the judge as in the child's best interests.
I THINK THIS IS BETTER ASKED OF FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS, NOT CRIMINAL.
IF HE AGREES TO TAKE HIS NAME OFF, MAKE AN APPT WITH A LOCAL LAWYER WHO HANDLES CASES LIKE THIS TO SEE WHAT HE WOULD CHARGE TO ADD TO THE CALENDAR AND PREPARE THE MOVING PAPERS TO ACHIEVE WHAT YOU WANT.
Unbeknownst to my wife and I, my son's step grandmother secretly petitioned for guardianship claiming she was his biological maternal Grandmother. The Court investigator issued a recommendation based soley on the lies she told him. My wife and I found out and showed up and objected also... Read more »
If, as you suggest, the court investigator’s report contains provable lies and the recommendations contained therein are based on those lies, you should contact the court investigator immediately to show them what evidence you have. If it makes a difference in their official recommendation, they...Read more »
So I live in California and my daughter was living w her dad for the past 3 years in NYC. He’s unable to care for her properly and I feel emotional abuse has taken place due to the unstable household. I don’t feel safe with my daughter in his care so I arranged for my mom to take her until I... Read more »
Sounds like your daughter lives in NYC and has lived there for the past 3 years. California does not have jurisdiction to make any custody orders. You will need to consult with a NY licensed attorney on this matter.
This guardianship is completely unjust, it has been done behind my back when i asked my sister for help she agreed no court involvement, signed the notarized document in a green ink. She involved the courts without informing me nor having me served, she hasnt let me see my kids in a year and hasnt... Read more »
You need a family law lawyer right away to help you enforce your parental rights. Search for a female attorney with expertise in family law, guardianships and conservatorships. You can go to your local county bar association and ask for their lawyer referral service to help you find the right...Read more »
We are one week on/off. He wants to pick her up even though his whole household tested positive. She is negative and I don’t want her to get sick. I told him I would give him back his time or use vacation days while I have her till his family gets a negative Covid test. He won’t have any of it... Read more »
I am paying child support and have been considered present less that 10% of the time. However, my child’s mother does not want to give my child to me. She only drops her off when convenient and will not give her to me even on my days off. Instead she drops them off at a caretaker and says my... Read more »
Sounds like you are paying support without any enforceable court orders regarding custody. If you want custodial time with your child, you need to petition the court for those orders. Otherwise, Mom can pretty much do whatever she wants.
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