She states to me weather she takes one or not or passes or not it dont matter cause I can't take them because I only have joint legal custody. What can I do? Parenting time is supposed to stop until a clean test is provided but law enforcement can't help they say because she is custodial
Does the custody agreement include an order for parenting time? If not, what is the purpose of the drug-test provision? Does the agreement set forth penalties for failing to pass a test (in general, failure to take a test is treated the same as failing to pass)?
It sounds like a custody motion. You can certainly oppose that.
If you are sure that you have never been served, then the case is not properly before the court. If, however, you have been served, you will need to make an appearance or the court can rule against you by default. If you...Read more »
Hello, my bf is court ordered to have him on weekends and she has asked us to have him more. If we don’t have him his grandma does . Who doesn’t live with mom. We seem to be sharing custody with grandma not mom. Mom voluntarily quit job. And we’re still paying her $400 dollars a month. Is... Read more »
you cannot stop making payments unless the court modifies the child support order. You would need to go to court and ask first that parenting time be modified to reflect the actual situation, and then ask that support be modified per the new schedule. If mom voluntarily quit, income can be...Read more »
I have a son who's gonna be 15 in July, and a daughter who is 10, with one woman. After we separated, we managed to agree to visitation, and custody, without going to court. She has had physical custody of both of them for the last few years. During that time I had another daughter who just turned... Read more »
Termination of rights to one child does not terminate rights to other children.
You indicated that you and the mother have "separated" and agreed to custody and visitation. Were or are you married to one another? If not, you have no enforceable parental rights unless you go to court, are...Read more »
I'm representing myself. We were given dates to choose from, they picked next week because it fit around her work schedule, I declined due to my work schedule and her lawyer then emailed me requesting my work name address and phone number to prove my work schedule.
The lawyer can request, but you do not have to provide. That said, unless it would impact your work relationship or jeopardize your job, it may be simplest to give the information. At minimum, you should provide alternative times that WILL work for you for mediation.
I am a 31-year-old Christian, father, husband, and founder of Krew Cleaning services. I had17 "violations of harassment order" that coincidently got filed against the morning I was supposed to see my daughters the first time in 2 months (due to an ex parte custody that got approved based on her... Read more »
You are entitled to a hearing on the HRO/OFP. There are instructions in the paperwork that you were served about how to request a hearing. It will be her burden at the hearing to establish that you have been harassing her or that an act of domestic abuse occurred. The violations are criminal...Read more »
Minnesota law defines "child" for the purposes of support as "an individual under 18 years of age, an individual under age 20 who is still attending secondary school, or an individual who, by reason of physical or mental condition, is incapable of self-support."
My husband goes back and forth telling me that he wants the nicest divorce and child custody but the next time it is brought up that he will drag out the divorce the longest and expensive way as possible. Is there a way to get it done fast and nicely as possible, when he is against getting advice... Read more »
"Fastest and nicest" is a pretty subjective goal. More importantly, fastest and nicest may not be "best"; rather it may simply be agreeing with everything that the other person wants. As a SAHM, you would potentially receive some level of spousal maintenance. In addition, you could ask that your...Read more »
They never asked for consent from the parent and did not notify the parent nor the Court. They just went and had elective surgery performed on the child within weeks of being granted ex parte temporary legal custody. The child is now severely psychologically abused and traumatized. After elective... Read more »
Legal custody carries with it the right to make medical decisions for the minor child. Of course, depending upon the circumstances, one might be able to argue that custody should be modified based upon physical or emotional endangerment to the child.
My 11 year old daughter doesn't want to go to her dads. Her father and I were NEVER married we live in MN He has no legal or physical custody and there also is no parenting time. He does pays child support now(going on 3yrs). For the last 8yrs I have let her go with him every other weekend(other... Read more »
You've indicated that the father has no legal or physical custody and no parenting time, but that he does pay child support. You haven't stated whether or not he has been adjudicate the father or whether the child support is court-ordered (which would require such an adjudication) or voluntary....Read more »
I was initially served by alternate means other than publication an Affidavit of service by mail dated June 21 2018 is on file with the court the Court held a hearing on June 28th 2018 and I did not appear the court issued an order for protection dated June 28th 2018 by default
The father of my child moved to Flordia at the beginning of June for personal wants with his girlfriend and their child. My daughter was seeing her father every other weekend Thursday through Monday and now he is asking for her to fly over to Flordia to spend the summer there. I told him I only... Read more »
If there is no court Order, and he is the father of the children, each of you have the right to have the children and equally each of you can "take" the children anytime each of you wants, until there is a court Order designating what days each of you have. Is he harmful to the children or is there...Read more »
How old is your daughter? He has no right to do what he did if you have full physical custody; however depending upon your daughter's age and the circumstances as to why she left, will impact on what the court will do in this situation. You should hire an experienced family law attorney to assist...Read more »
My niece and her youngest child were killed 4/2/18 And her 2 surviving children were taken from our care by the biological father of the younger child. They were taken to their "grandmothers " whom ny niece has told several authorities and family members she would never want her children to be... Read more »
I don't have an attorney as of yet, but only have a week left to respond with my answer and counter. I'm freaking out because I have no idea which paperwork i need to fill out and send back right away...please help. I've filled out most of it already but do I have to have all of the confidential... Read more »
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