My divorce was final 4 years ago after my ex husbands arrest. In my divorce decree shows his rights were taken away and no contact put in order. he was convicted and sentenced to 30 years in prison. I did not want my last name different than my daughter's, now she is 13 and would like to have my... Read more »
Not necessarily. However, it is important to contact an attorney who can provide you with a tailored response, in light of your specific circumstances. I think it is great that you all have been able to come up with solutions that work for the whole family, without court intervention....Read more »
I believe my sister is neglecting her three year old son, and can provide witnesses to several events showing neglect, including leaving him in a car while she went into the store, him running around outside with a knife he got from the kitchen unsupervised, and the person who found him called for... Read more »
There are options available, but more information about this case is required. These circumstances are unfortunate because there is potential child neglect. It is best to contact an attorney to discuss the specifics of your case in light of Georgia law.
Without more details it is difficult to answer your question definitively. Generally, without an order from a court of law, your sister would not have legal standing to prevent you from seeing your child.
There are many moving parts to your case, and it is best to consult an attorney who...Read more »
He kneed me on the left side of my face, Temple and skull. I left in June, after he drug me out of his mom's house by my hair in a bra and jeans. I had shoes on. I found out my mom died 1 month and 1/2 after she passed away. I called Kevin he picked me up and went to his mom's. I took a shower and... Read more »
Your case is unfortunate, and there are a lot of missing components, making it difficult to provide you with an accurate answer. You do have options, TPO and filing for visitation are a couple that immediately come to mind. More information is needed from you.
If there was no court ordered visitation, the mother has equal legal standing with the father as it relates to custody. You cannot kidnap your child if there is no court order forbidding visitation or contact by that parent. More information about your case is needed to provide you with a specific...Read more »
I left Lucas's dad in july after a bad injury frm kevin in May 2019. I have no money for an attorney. He didn't allow me to work. And has legal documents& wont give them to me.I I gave him phys. Cust. Bc I don't have a set place to live he pushed for supervised visits by himself w/o a 3rd partyou... Read more »
Without more details, it is difficult to answer your question definitively. Generally, you will want to file for visitation through the courts; this will guarantee you time with your son on a regular basis. It is really best to contact an attorney as soon as possible, especially since you suspect...Read more »
Temporary guardianship may be continued by the court if the court determines that the the temporary guardianship is in the best interest of the child (you). An order for temporary guardianship can be modified (changed) only under certain circumstances. For this reason, it is best to consult an...Read more »
In order to have the Florida order enforced in Georgia, you will need to register the order in the superior court of the county where the respondent resides. You should consult with an attorney to discuss your options to proceed in Georgia.
A day before court in October 2018, the judge cancelled & I couldn't get another date for over a year! Now A week after I missed court because I never got a notice (due to an address error), the NCP called demanding the kids the same day bragging about a default judgment. I didn't believe him l,... Read more »
Either parent has the right to parent as they see fit during their parenting time. The short answer to your question is likely yes. The phone being in the other parent's name does not prohibit a party from restricting use of the phone during their parenting time.
Two kids are already on the legitimation paperwork. I had to wait until DNA confirmed the third child and now that it has, the judge told me to amend the third child in order to proceed with legitimating all three for the same order. I have looked all over for such a form and can not find one. I... Read more »
There is no form to accomplish this. If the case is still pending, you need to amend the petition or answer to add the third child to the action. If the action is no longer pending, you will need to file a new action for the third child or to modify the previous order to include the third child....Read more »
If parents were never married there cannot be a divorce, therefore nothing should state “divorce.” It is best to consult an attorney who can review your case files and provide legal counsel about the specifics of your case.
No. In fact, you will be in contempt of court, if he has custody and you keep her at your house without permission. She is old enough to pick who she wants to live with so you need to consult with an attorney about filing a modification.
There can be many reasons. Substance abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol addiction, exposing the child to people with those characteristics, unregulated mental health issues, unsuitable living arrangements. There can be any number of reasons.
He left 2 months after finding out we were pregnant with our second child together. I have a son from a previous relationship (he did not adopt) and our daughter is 19 months old. I lost my home since he left me with bills and has contributed $425 from the time he left which was May of this year. I... Read more »
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