This is typical of the police but sometimes they are much more helpful if you have a certified copy of the Judgment and parenting plan which leaves no doubt that you are entitled to have the child at that point. There can still be a problem if it isn't clear that you get the child at that time....Read more »
He wants me to change custody because his work wont let him leave if the kids had medical issues like hospital. So he said he has to have some part of custody for him not to be fired if something happened and he needed to leave work. I have had sole custody for 2 yrs which he agreed and he gets to... Read more »
Extremely unlikely. A change of custody requires proof of a SUBSTANTIAL change of circumstances. Honestly I have never heard of an employer saying that in order to attend to a sick child and not lose one's job one has to have custody. I would suggest that you and he contact BOLI, Oregon's...Read more »
She is still legally married but separated from her husband, we plan to get me recognized as the father through CHS DNA testing- But when and how do I obtain rights for visitation/custody? Is it automatically granted or do I have to pursue it in court? I live in Ashland, Oregon
Paternity when the mother is still married to another man can be tricky. I suggest you read this statute and talk to an Attorney. https://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/109.070 You don't have any rights to custody or parenting time until paternity is established.
I live in Oregon and have a custody agreement with my 10yr olds Birth dad, the parenting plan grants me sole custody and has her spend time with her BD every other weekend Sat 10am-Sun 7pm, with all holidays, summer, and special days included in the plan to be shared. To give a quick back story... Read more »
Impossible to answer without reading all the terms of the parenting plan. Most custody parenting plans includes a clause that requires notice to the other parent before moving 60 miles. Even if your plan doesn't have that requirement the father could still object. Ideally you talk to the father...Read more »
I also have our son (3) and have been taking care of him full time and want custody but I’m not on the birth certificate due to emergencies in the hospital, our son was flighted and my wife couldn’t go so I went with him and missed signing it how can I get full custody. She’s been gone and... Read more »
I think there is a presumption that you are the legal father since you were married to the mother. You can probably file for a divorce and include allegations to establish your paternity as well. It's a bit tricky and the on line forms probably aren't set up to do this, so get an Attorney to...Read more »
I have depression also and my parents just harp on me and I have gotten to the point that I cannot handle it anymore because I am starting to get bad grades, and I no longer can see friends because of it. It has been happening for 5 years now and I cannot handle it anymore
I think every 17 year old feels a mixture of hormones and depression that makes life challenging at that age. You are still legally a minor with no rights to contract so you can't rent an apartment among other things. Getting good or bad grades is something you can control so I would focus on...Read more »
There is a Judgment entered that I never agreed to or signed granting only visitation 3 days per week for 1.5 hours each time. My visitations were suppose to progress to more parenting time gradually; however, bio mom makes excuses as to why I can’t visit at certain times. My work schedule varies... Read more »
It sounds like you are still following the parenting plan for a new born. At one year of age you should be able to take your child for overnight visits. You will need to pin down a consistent day on which you get your overnight visit however as it is just too hard for the other parent to...Read more »
My visitations were suppose to progress to more parenting time gradually; however, bio mom makes excuses as to why I can’t visit at certain times. My work schedule varies each week and I attempt to give 24 hr notice of my desire to visit, but often get denied by bio mom. How can I present this to... Read more »
The main question that I have is whether there is an existing parenting time order or judgment. If there is and it specifically allows this parenting time, mother's refusal is a violation of that order or judgment. If there is not, you would need to file a petition to establish custody and...Read more »
In order to file a motion for a hair follicle test, you would need to file for a modification of custody. You would file a separate motion for a hair follicle test, typically after the order to show cause is signed depending on the facts of your case. Keep in mind, the other party has to have an...Read more »
Hood river Oregon. I filed a motion for prejudgment temporary order in a custody case.
A few days ago the lady at the courthouse gave me a packet of papers to serve to my wife and on the front page is an order to show cause and on it it says the motion is granted with the Box check... Read more »
I suspect the motion that was granted was your motion for an order to show cause. In other words, you made a motion to ask the court to set a hearing date and the motion was granted and a hearing date is not set. That's all you have accomplished so far. The hearing date is the opportunity for...Read more »
DHS does have the power to remove a child if there is an issue that involves the child's care or safety. The child's parents absolutely have the right to go to court and find out what is going on. They can either hire their own Attorney or the court will appoint one on request. The child is also...Read more »
You will need to ask he DMV. But you are a step parent and not either a custodial or non-custodial parent. To save on being hassled just have one of his parents go with him. I don't think DMV cares who has legal custody.
His reasoning is because he doesn’t want our child around their grandfather who has some sort of dementia or something like that at the moment because it could get hostile, but I do not think that he would be able to manage taking care of a child and a job and many other responsibilities that he... Read more »
The first question that I have is how old is your boyfriend? There could be some criminal liability on his part. Each parent has a claim to custody of the child, but the court gives a lot of weight to the primary caretaker of the child. Obviously there is no primary caretaker at this point, as...Read more »
the plan states to do breast milk and if needed formula but i have text proof that we agreed on only breast milk, and formula if he ever ran out. he refused to take the breast milk for this week and is all of a sudden switching the child to formula, which is not good for my child's stomach. we have... Read more »
It isn't clear whether the parenting plan you refer to is something that is already ordered by the court or just something you two agreed to informally. When a child is young and still nursing typically the court doesn't order over night visits with the other parent but rather just short day visits...Read more »
Me and several people are being subpoenaed by the opposing party in regards to guardianship of a minor. Several of which have either passed away or haven't even associated with the involved parties enough to warrant a satisfactory reason for the subpoena. The opposing party requesting all the... Read more »
If the subpoena is truly frivolous you can file a motion to quash the subpoena and explain to the court why you think this is frivolous. Just because subpoena's are being issued doesn't mean that they will be served. In Oregon the party serving the Subpoena has to tender a check for a fees to...Read more »
Look at the paperwork. If it is all related to a proceeding in Maine then you have to respond in the court in Maine. But if it is Oregon assisting a child support case from Maine then you may be able to respond in Oregon, most likely asking for an administrative hearing. The paperwork should...Read more »
I'm a single mother of 1 year old twins. The father of the twins has done nothing to provide for his sons, never even texted to see how they're doing, and has only seen them about twice since their birth. I recently got the packet for child custody, however, I've heard that things work differently... Read more »
First of all you can go to the district Attorney in the county you live in and ask them to establish child support. They will do this for free. You can also file for child custody in the Oregon County you live in. You will just have to serve the papers on the father in California. Assuming that...Read more »
Yes, he has the right to Petition the court to get visitation with his child. As part of any court order allowing visitation the court will also order child support. If you already have a child support order and he has not been paying, you can go to the local district Attorney and ask them to...Read more »
I currently live in Oregon. Father pays child support, but currently there is not custody agreement. Both parents were on a schedule with the child prior to the change. Mother was week days, and father was weekends. Mother changed parenting days to every other weekend. Does the father have any... Read more »
Parents have the right to Parent. No court order is technically required to determine custody or parenting time. The reason to go to court to get an order is to balance out the rights of the parents with the assistance of the courts. So yes, as a father you do have rights. That's why you might...Read more »
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