I was told to obtain housing and be stable well i have its small but ive been here almost a year. And if suitable for a temporary solution until the kids are back with me and then i could and plan to move into a larger home. I just wanted to show stability. To courts.
That answer depends on a variety of factors. How many children there are, their ages, if they have special needs, etc. The size is less important than cleanliness and a history of rent and bills being paid on time. But in general, all children should have a clean, safe bed to sleep in and the...Read more »
First, don't put your name and contact information in this forum. This is not for the solicitation of business and putting this information on a public forum could negatively impact any case you may have.
As far as your question, it sounds like a complicated situation. If the child was...Read more »
My son's father currently has every other weekend visitation. I informed him I am moving from Georgia to Florida to be closer to family and he is now trying to petition for full custody. He was not even in our son's life until after he was two and since then worked his way through a visitation... Read more »
This is not a question that can be answered without looking at the complaint. Nor should you be attempting to answer the lawsuit without an attorney. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney about your options.
You are only going to be able to have a relationship with the child to the extent the mother allows you to. There is no avenue for you to obtain legal rights to the child absent a step-parent adoption.
My son was shaken in 2017 CPS took my kids and opened a case on me. It was found I didn’t have anything to do with it or know about it. It was found I was a work at the time. They charge me with failure to protect and Child in danger meant. After finding out I was innocent My case remained open.... Read more »
What are you trying to do? Are you wanting the case reopened? If so, why? It sounds like the previous case was dismissed. If this case never reached court, it likely never made it past the investigation stage. If the investigation found you were not responsible, the case would be closed. If...Read more »
I have raised my four children for two years on my own with no support. One year ago he started getting them every other weekend. (He walked out and moved in with a girlfriend he cheated with two years ago.) They visit with him where he lives with her.
A court is not likely to give him joint physical custody if there is a significant distance between the parties' residences. Additionally, if he went a two year period without support or visitation with the children, the court will also consider those facts in determining whether he should have...Read more »
Im not sure exactly what you are asking regarding child support or rights. Generally, affidavits are considered hearsay and are only admissible as evidence in limited situations. I would suggest that you contact an attorney regarding child support, rights, and the use of...Read more »
My kids mother has physical custody for my two kids girl 11 and boy 13. her boyfriend is an alcoholic and she had my daughter cleaning up his spit and throw up off the floor. We got divorced in 2017 and the kids remained living with me when she moved out until I got remarried and she decided to... Read more »
It is difficult to say if specific instances will enough evidence to win a modification of custody. The decision will ultimately be made by a judge, and we are not judges. A judge will typically hear all of the evidence that is presented and determine what living situation is in your child's best...Read more »
The woman is bipolar, manipulates ex wife and has had violent outbursts at work The husband hacked into my laptop, email accounts, travel, Expedia, HSA account, mobile phone account and printed all of this. He has also planted spy cameras in ex wife's home, office and filed a TPO on his 15 y.o.... Read more »
Personal issues between you and these people is not going to be enough to prevent them from babysitting. If you have genuine concerns for your child's safety in the care of these people, you may want to talk to counsel about filing for a modification of custody and visitation and asking a court to...Read more »
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