Rights we're terminated in 2015/2016 I believe. And she is still not been adopted. Given back to state 3 times. I have bettered myself got sober and regained custody of 2 other children. I don't have money for lawyer and I would like to try to file papers on my own. She is in custody of... Read more »
You would have to contact the Department of Human Services given that your rights have been terminated. They could initiate an action on your behalf if the determine that you have taken the steps that you need to parent effectively.
i have been in the process of modifying the custody/parenting plan when i found out that we did not have a custody agreement on file. we filed for a civil divorce and custody at the same time. why would the custody be dismissed and is their a possibility the divorce was also dismissed?
Courts send copies of any orders issued in the case to the parties attorneys or the addresses provided to the court by the parties. You can also check with the court Clerck's office. In some locations you can sign up for electronic filing which will allow you see everything in your court case...Read more »
My ex moved from an apartment into an RV with only one bedroom parked in walmart parking lot. I feel as if this is an unsuitable living situation for my 6 y/o daughter. He currently has weekend overnights court ordered but I do not feel as if the RV is a safe place for her to stay. If I do not... Read more »
You should file a motion to modify if you are concerned about accommodations, though you risk violation of the order if you do not comply for reasons less than endangerment. Though weekend parenting time in an RV is not ideal when not for the purpose of camping, that alone does not constitute...Read more »
Inshare parenting time 50/50 with my co parent. Literally final orders happened last week. We have a school age child with medical issues, specifically respiratory issues. The final orders state they remain in the same daycare my daughter has been in for 6 years. With Covid the daycare states they... Read more »
You can file a motion for contempt or to enforce, however he can also file for a modification of child support if he can not pay. He would have to show a substantial and continuing change in his income. Being laid off may not establish that. You could ask to have income imputed to him and ask him...Read more »
This weekend was his visitation and he decided to keep my daughters when we have a custody agreement in place, i was not notified of anything until i contacted him waiting for my daughters to show at the arranged spot and he waited 45 min or more to message me after i texted and sent message over... Read more »
Did not apply for his parental right he only stated that he was the father, so now that we're married for 12 years now he says if we divorce he doesnpt uave to pay any thing on our son because he never applied for hos roghts he only aknolaged that he was his, he is also trying to say that... Read more »
Your husband will be considered the legal father of your child because he signed an acknowledgment of paternity and took him into his house as his child. He will be responsible for child support and perhaps spousal support as well. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
There is a parenting plan which the ex-wife hasn't fully complied with. Their son lived in CO his whole life and in IL the past 2 years and has expressed to his mom that he doesn't want to go back. Does the mom have the final say so
my 11 yo daughter has court ordered visitation with her grandparents. problems have been active from the beginning. they constantly tell my daughter untrue and horrible things about me. ask her questions about living with me. and took away my role in my daughter upbringing. my daughter and I's... Read more »
I live in Colorado And have primary and legal custody the mother was defaulted on divorce and relocated to Iowa 7 months ago before divorce was final. She has no visitations the 1st year and only the summer after if she has a place to live being basically homeless now. I have a job offer in CA .... Read more »
He’s on probation for 10 more days his po wont call me back he’s complied with all requests but he’s sneaking out at night he’s getting into trouble with me and I fear he’s only going to get worse. My brother is here from WV and we would all like him to go with him and I need to know how... Read more »
We were never married and we have never done any legal custody stuff, I just let him see her whenever he wants too, which isn’t very often. When I asked he said no just to spite me saying he never wanted her to ever see my family. Do I need his permission or can I take her to meet my dad anyway?... Read more »
You can accept service by mail and sign the waiver of personal service and send that back to the Petitioner. That does not waive any of your rights to parenting time. You will need to file a response to the petition. You can do that through the free forms provided by the co judicial website...Read more »
My ex and I weren’t married at the time of my child’s birth. His name is on the birth certificate but my son doesn’t see him as his father. My ex left the state for 3 years, only recently returned, has not been paying his child support, and never asks me if he needs anything.i have been my... Read more »
My family was all living in Colorado. My ex-wife and I got a divorce in 2018 (Colorado Jurisdiction), and she moved back to Chicago, IL with our children. We have joint decision making on everything, and I am supposed to get them every 1st and 3rd weekend of the month, but I have not seen them... Read more »
Motion to modify in 11/2019. Doesn’t Colorado have a statute against someone filing this much within 2 years? he also filed an emergency motion to restrict parenting, judge ruled in our favor. Is this frivolous behavior accepted by the court?
A motion for a change in majority time parenting can be filed every two years, although the initial order does not count towards the time limit. As far as a motion for restriction, more is needed than just the fact that he did not prevail.
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