Bullied by cps to sign temp guardianship to my ex mother in law over DV where I'm the victim. Permanent ruling without my knowledge and NO VISITATION. I was a damn good mother, but CPS refused to speak to me or even look at documented proof on my behalf. No drug test given and not abusive to my... Read more »
My daughter has supervised visitation three times a week with father and Butte county The virus has been confirmed twice she is known for febrile seizures I have a note from doctor stating to stay out of Butte county I am in Glenn county how do I change the order with the court to allow the visits... Read more »
You would have to file an FL-300, and probably a request for emergency orders. You would need to file those in the court where the custody order is located. Either get represntation or call the court first as each court is upside down right now because of the corona virus.
My grandson was injured while visiting family on his father side and being left in the care of his other grandmother while my daughter napped in the same house confident in the fact that she did not create this injury my daughter voluntarily took a lie detector test which she failed because she... Read more »
Since this national emergency because of coronavirus the schools are now out until the end of the month maybe more. Do I have 2 let her go for this hole week? Even though this is not a scheduled time off of school? I am home and she doesn't want 2 go
The dad hasn't had any communication with the kids for 4 years and hasn’t paid a penny in child support and I don't want him to pay because all he does is give me grief. My son is very rebellious and all he says is he hates me and wants to live with his biological father. Is it possible for my... Read more »
You have so many issues here that this is almost impossible to respond to through this medium. My first recommendation is to sit down with a local family law attorney that does a lot of custody issues in your area. You really need an expert's analysis of your specific problem.
Its been 9 months since I have seen or heard from my children. Im complying with the court order but father states different stories each time visits are missed. I have monitored visits as my ex husband uses my past criminal history and past DV when I report the concerns of him hurting our... Read more »
There are no rules at her mother's compared to our structured home. Her mother has bad-mouthed my husband since his daughter was 6 yrs old. Now, the daughter has this "Eff-U" attitude towards her father. The reason for her decision to stay at her mom's was that she was happier there. Of course,... Read more »
She will certainly have the right to request more support. I do not have any financial information that would allow me to indicate whether she would be successful or not, but considering he is already paying support it would seem likely.
The courts do not look into the reason why she wants...Read more »
I live in California and I would like to attend a funeral in Oregon with my daughter. My husband hates my family and has threatened to call 911 and claim I kidnapped our daughter if I attempt to take her out of state. I'm wondering what rights I have to travel with her and/or what actions I can... Read more »
Absent a court order, you are permitted to travel with your children freely, without any restriction. As a parent of your children, you have authority to travel with them, unless a court imposes restrictions on your ability to travel. If your spouse calls the police on you, tell the police that...Read more »
About 4 years ago she abandoned our home left with other man.the kids stayed with me.few months after she left I got a restraining order cause she came and broke my front window of house In front of kids.i filed for child support like 2 years after she left and I've received about maybe $1000 total... Read more »
You have a lot of serious issues that shouldn't be simply addressed in a quick email. Please make an appointment to see an attorney, or set one with a family law facilitator in your local county at the court.
This is not a custody battle. My mom (in California) is of older age and she wants me to take my brother to live with me In Colorado so it can be easier on her. We both are in agreement. However, for purposes such as school enrollment and health care, does this have to be done through courts or can... Read more »
on all of the cats microchipping, vaccinations, neuter, I am the owner listed, not them. the day I came to move my things out of the home, they took the cats before I could do anything even though they are not the owners. no written agreement about what happens to the cats when one of us moves out.... Read more »
Options? He sleeps on the couch and there is minimal conversation. I moved into his house 7 years ago as his child’s mother..He works full time and I work part time during child’s school hours and a full time PHD student,( I’m paying for my own education)so I can pick up child. Husband... Read more »
Immediately get a consultation with an experienced family law attorney! There are a lot of issues you need to discuss in person with a professional. That is not a discussion that can be had in this type of venue because it will involve a lot of background information before you can be given any...Read more »
My sons a father was granted supervised visits they have taken place at a public location but now he and the supervisor are trying to change the visits to be conducted at his house. Because of past incidents where his fiancé, her mother, and my sons father have put our son in harms way I am not... Read more »
Your right to make decisions regarding the terms of the supervised visitation; such as location, times, supervisor etc. are all governed by the terms of the custody order. You would have to read your custody orders to determine what options you have, or do not have.
over 20 unexcused school absence/ 30+ tardies, poor hygiene, welts, bruises and bald spots on scalp. child has express to me that mother makes her responsible for feeding and caring for two younger siblings ages 2 and 1 , while shes out of the house. my child is only 10 years old.
How can you share custody 50/50 with someone if you do not know where they live? If you have evidence of the problems you have listed, it would supply the grounds for a motion to modify custody orders and/or to get the court to order a custody evaluation that may result in you getting the full...Read more »
Check with the family law clerk in the courthouse where the action would have been filed.
If there is anything filed and a court date then they can give you all that information as well as a copy of the paperwork she filed. Don't wait to be served as there may be something that you might...Read more »
Baby is not yet born. Father and i have no contact whatsoever right now. He's very abusive and i have texts from him threatening to kill me and texts stating that he has hit me but no photo proof because he deleted them all.. If i ask for sole legal and physical custody of my child and file for... Read more »
Child support and visitation rights are separate issues even though you can file for them together in the same pleadings. If he is on the birth certificate than you would want to file a Petition for Custody and Support. At the same time you should file a Request for Orders which will set out to...Read more »
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