You have asked about this issue many times in different ways. Honestly? The best thing you can do to help yourself is to meet with a family law attorney. In that meeting, the attorney can ask you questions which will present your overall situation and allow the attorney to present an overall...Read more »
They may be able to if the guardianship paperwork does not make provisions for you to spend time with the child. Oftentimes, the guardianship gives the guardian full control over the child. It’s likely that you will have to file with the court to amend the guardianship to grant you parenting...Read more »
It is difficult to provide a dependable response given that we have very few facts of the case in your question. Sitting down and speaking with a custody attorney will always be your best course of action.
That said, if I have read your question as you intended it, you would not...Read more »
My bestfriend left his child's mother 3 months ago, and she's threatening him saying that if he doesn't act right in this next month, her and their daughter won't be a part of his life. He has a stable job as a store manager, spends time with his daughter, isn't abusive or... Read more »
Wow. That sounds like a tough position for your friend. If he is taking an active role in his child’s life, it is likely that the court will consider giving him parenting time reflective of his involvement.
There is a temporary order with each of us having 50/. Custody with one week on one week off. He is not allowing me to see my son because I recently lost my home and I'm having to stay in a hotel. This is a 3 star extended stay hotel and very safe. The parenting plan states that he cannot be... Read more »
It would be wise to have an attorney review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options. If he is violating the parenting plan than he may be in contempt. If your parenting plan states no hotels except for vacation then you may be violating it. You should have an attorney...Read more »
The short answer is only the Judge can change the terms of the parenting plan. However, if there are concerns with the children being in an unsafe situation, the Court may excuse the other party’s failure to follow the parenting plan. It’s difficult to say without knowing the complete...Read more »
in our divorce decree my exes boyfriend is not allowed contact with our children, but after the divorce they get married does that make it o.k. for him to be around our kids? In context the decree only allows for visitation at my ex- mother-in-laws house, to avoid there being contact, he is a... Read more »
There is a parenting plan in place that says the child cannot internationally travel without both parent's permission. The non-custodial parent recently gave up joint custody to move out of the country and wants the child to be able to travel to Europe. The custodial parent is aware of the... Read more »
If either divorced parent spends the night with their new partner. No cohabitation is happening. Each parent has their own address separate from their current partner. Ware county, pierce county, Brantley county.
My daughter was born in DC. Her father is not on the bc, but there is an order for child support. There are no custody/visitation agreements in place. She has not been legitimized. I am afraid if I die, my daughters will be separated and my oldest will go to the couple named as guardians in my will... Read more »
Until the biological father (assuming you never married him) never legitimates her, he still has absolutely NO rights whatsoever to her. Under your set of facts, it would be similar to stating that "...he doesn't even have a ticket to get into the theater, let alone watch the...Read more »
Monday, and every weds after school until the following morning. My ex spouse has kept the children from me since 8Aug2019. She even went as far as changing both her phone # and that of the kids. The last time I followed the order, and went to pick the kids up, I was arrested for criminal trespass.... Read more »
He has had a previous DV arrest in the past. If i tell him i am leaving the home with my child before i file a divorce - what can i do to make sure he does not retaliate - if he is verbally abusive not physically. I have proof of his past arrest though his record was expunged. Also proof he made a... Read more »
Wow! There is quite a bit going on. You may be able to get a protective order if you believe he is a threat to you but the court usually looks for recent acts, in addition to past acts of violence. So it would depend on how far out the last instances of abuse were. The protective order would have...Read more »
Unfortunately, you have not provided near enough information or context for us to provide a specific response. Generally, a child is a child until the age of 18. Until the child reached the age of eighteen OR is otherwise emancipated, he or she should be living with the parents or another person...Read more »
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