My sons mother has blocked me and doesn’t talk to me. She has moved out of the state with her bf and left my son in the care of her grandmother the police don’t want to do anything for me to help. saying it’s a civil matter what can I do to gain custody of my son without having to go to... Read more »
A miscommunication with his grandmother that he hasn't seen in 16 years only twice and now she's starting to say she come take him because he lives with me and his pawpaw off and on and she has in her head that Im completely lying and she's not happy about that for some reason and... Read more »
me, and only went one day to her mothers in 2020. Upon filing with turbo tax, it was determined that because of the court order I would be able to file HOH and qualify for the EIC and the mother gets to claim as a dependent. Mother isn’t happy with just the dependent. In an email with her lawyer,... Read more »
She was at home and her baby father (not on birth cert) showed up and she would not let him into her RV, she asked him to leave repeated. He decided to try and force his way into her home, damaged her RV, scared her child. She has it on video. He was arrested on home invasion charges. She is... Read more »
Can a cop make a married couple stay away from each other by signing a piece of paper saying we would stay away from each other he said we had to sign it or go to jail can he legally do that I mean we got two kids together one is 16 and the other one is an autisc 12 year old don't we need to... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. You would have to be emancipated to legally leave the house at 16. I would recommend that you contact an adult family member who may be able to help with your situation, or contact DCFS (Child Protection) to intervene and get you the help that you...Read more »
I am guessing that you were raising your neice and nephew because your sister had a substance abuse problem. Now either your sister has filed for return of her children or another relative has filed for custody. If you want to keep these children, you need to hire a custody lawyer and file for...Read more »
We had been trying to pick up the child for almost 3 weeks but the relative refused to give the child back. She would leave the residence and not let the parents know where she was. On January 18, 2021, the parents signed off very provisional custody by mandate over to me, and the relative... Read more »
I'm pursuing child support and waiting on a court date. The father hasn't made any effort to see his son, I've been the one to reach out. The father is a convicted felon and also has a child endangerment charge from a previous incident with his first born. His family is trying to... Read more »
I'm getting married in October and he is starting to facebook my family and friends to request information on any exs I had. He married a girl after we split and she is actually the one wii is contacting everyone. Everyone has ignored her request. He's in the military andthey live in New York.
Hi, my daughters mother passed away last month. I went to pick my daughter up but found that the grandparents ordered an ex parte and it was granted. The exparte claims numerous false statements. And claims I abandoned my child, yet I have been there in some form every year since birth. Since 2017... Read more »
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