Venue was transferred to family court in the county where paternity was pending. However judge who ordered the transfer in the same breath set a court date to be back in his court for a review hearing in 90 days. Family judge thought a full hearing and final order was already made due to that... Read more »
Okay he’s 20 And I’m in the dhs system but live with my grandma I want to know if there is anyway I can get consent from the person I’m staying with and a price of paper signed and legalized to state we are allowed to date and get rule and boundary so we don’t get into trouble we are not... Read more »
When emergency protective order was made, the petitioner added special condition that once a week the defendant would receive a phone call from a restricted number to be able to speak with minor child. The petitioner has only called twice in a year.
I think your first step is to have an attorney review what you have. If there is no existing custody order, your next step should be to obtain an initial custody determination in the District Court. Then, that order can be enforced. Hire an attorney to help you get this done.
We had a temporary order put into place for a 2-2-3 schedule. After that was put into place my sons father stopped doing anything with the courts and it was recently closed due to inactivity. On OSCN it says count 1 and party as my name where it shows the judge closed the case. He is the one who... Read more »
You should consult with a family law attorney. Most will give a free consult and that may be all you need. However, it may require a little more than the consult in order to determine the relevant information in your case. There is a chance you have sole custody for now but that doesn’t mean it...Read more »
a paternity/custody case was pending between two parties when the mother filed for a protective order in another county. At the final hearing the judge set a review hearing con't the emergency order and transferred it to the county with the pending case. The judge there wouldn't hear the... Read more »
Most pro bono attorneys are referred cases that Legal Aid does not have time to handle.
There are very few resources for free legal services other than legal aid unless you are Native American. If you are Native American then you can contact the tribe to see if they have free legal...Read more »
You don't say whether there has been a hearing or not. Normally when you file to terminate guardianship there is a court hearing after the Motion to Terminate is filed and notice is given to the party that is the current guardian. However, if the current guardian has signed their approval to...Read more »
At a final hearing for a protective order Judge didn't give defendant a chance to present a defense or challenge personnel jurisdiction for no service. Upon learning that there was a custody case pending involving same two parties an order transferring the continued emergency protective order... Read more »
Judges always combine the PO hearing with the pending family law case. Why did you show up to the hearing if you were not served? If you appear at the hearing you submit yourself to jurisdiction of the Court usually. The Judge will probably strike the 90 day review. They set review hearings so...Read more »
Unless there is a court order stating otherwise then it is still his son and he has rights. As far as the second part of your question in terminating his rights - there are two ways to terminate a parents rights and both require the role to be filled by another. 1) is a step parent adoption, or 2)...Read more »
Sons dad met him one time for ten minutes right after he was born. He moved to Florida an hasn't seen him since. He's now 7 months old an the dad is demanding that my son goes to Florida in March with out me an wants his social. An sent 50$ through cash app today for child support an has... Read more »
Yes, the father can file a Paternity action and request the court to enter a custody, visitation, and child support order. The court will award custody and visitation based on what the court determines to be in the best interest of the child. Child support will be based off the gross income of both...Read more »
Mother makes the daughter feel bad for leaving her. So the daughter won't go with the father. Police have been involved but won't tear daughter from mother. Understandable, but it is court ordered. So, can the police issue a contempt ticket on spot or do we need to go to court?
I agree with the other attorneys. If it is your visitation that is being denied hire an attorney to enforce your visitation. There is a procedure that is much faster than contempt to enforce visitation order. Your attorney will be able to explain your options.
Not sure your exact question but paternity issues can be very complex or very simple. Many factors come in to play, one being the birth certificate that you mentioned, the age of the child, etc…. You should contact an attorney to help you with this so that something is not missed.
Paternity decree states if father is in the area, he is allowed in person visits as long as he gives mother a 10 day notice. The visits will be supervised by mother and last three hours if parents can not decide on a time and there will be no more then two visits in one week. Father has asked for a... Read more »
An attorney would need to actually see your order before trying to give you specific advice. With that said and in general terms, if a parent comes from Oregon and wanted to visit two days while in Oklahoma, I would have to believe a court would find that to be a reasonable request.
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