They filed for emergency custody and were awarded temporary custody. There is a hearing in 1 week, said to be the final hearing. I have not been given any instruction on anything that I would need to do in order to get him back. If there is some form that I may need to submit or something, I'm... Read more »
During that time they began paperwork to adopt my son and daughter. We were not aware of this until after they successfully adopted them. We were homeless trying to get back on our feet and our kids were basically stolen from us. Its been 3 years during which time we have remained in our... Read more »
Hello, I’m supposed to meet a married lesbian couple soon in my home state, Tennessee (I wasn’t sure which state this should go in). They’re from Kentucky and the child would most likely be born there, however conception would happen in Tennessee. They want me to sign a contract primarily... Read more »
We want to use a sperm donor to conceive a child and we want to take all precautions legally. So if we have a donor sign a contract stating we won’t ever attempt to get support in any sort of way and he can’t have any rights to the child will kentucky uphold it? Or will a contract even legally... Read more »
I currently have POA of my 6 year old sibling. Our father is incarcerated and his mother is in KY (but illegal immigrant). Neither parent want this child any longer. His mother agreed to relinquish her rights and grant me full custody. She doesn’t speak English and we are trying to establish this... Read more »
She started a relationship with a man in England online and we live in Kentucky. Her mother lives there and next year she wants to take kids for a visit. With her new relationship overe ther I fear she may decide just to stay in England. Do I have legal rights as is to prevent that or must I take... Read more »
F a legal proceeding concerning these children exists, you’ll need to get orders entered addressing these concerns in that case. If no proceeding exists, you’ll need to file one and get orders entered in the new case.
It means the lawyer is removed from the case. The case is continued to 12/16/22 for review of finalization. If not finalized, the court may dismiss the case. If the father currently has custody, he retains such until December.
My mom called CPS and there is an open case on me only based on financial reasons. All I'm aware of is my handed the judge a paper/petition of temp/emergency custody. Nothing else has been finalized yet. So can I legally take my daughter overnight
They hadn't down any drug screens ,even tho I demand them weekly. Still not even one. &my new ongoing worker wants 2 re do a case plan instead of keeping the original investigating worker la case plan that we already started & signed w herboss. (KY)
My step-child doesn't want to come back from visitation because she doesn't want any of the responsibilities in our household and her other parent is enabling and refusing to bring her back and there is no time (42 days) to modify before the child turns 18 but the current custody order... Read more »
She’s leaving for 3 weeks, she lied to court that I was there for her since birth when I have always been there, did baby shower, paid for her rent when she gave birth etc and when it was time for her to get back to work, I changed my schedule so she can go to work, I used to stay with my son... Read more »
Her dad agreed to bring her home by the 10th of July 2022. He failed to do so and did not attempt to contact me and as of today still has not talked to me. I have sole custody and there was not visitation schedule made then, but instead states visitation planned and carried out as we decided. She... Read more »
He has mentioned several times that I need to take him off child support and take care of my children myself. They are his responsibility as well, but I don't need his money as I have been raising these kids on my own for 4 years, and he was late on child support so many times it wouldn't... Read more »
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