sit down and come to a fair and agreeable parenting schedule, she filed a restraining order against me, essentially eliminating any contact with my son. The court date for the protective order is Oct. 8.
What options are available to have this bogus order lifted prior to the Oct. 8 court... Read more »
My daughters father had her get her GED about a year ago at age 17 instead of letting her finish high school. She moved in with me in April and turned 18 in June. My check is still being garnished to pay child support. What should or can I do?
The non-custodial parent is a military service member who's home of record is where the initial custody case was determined. However, they have not lived in that state since 2016. Custodial parent and child have relocated to another state. Neither party physically live in original state. Can... Read more »
Under the UCCJEA, the court that originally issued the custody order keeps jurisdiction over the case unless: 1. all parties no longer reside in the issuing state 2. the issuing state finds that the parties no longer have a connection with the state and evidence for the case no longer available in...Read more »
And then requests for his parents to take the child every single time for his parenting time for over a year, but they refuse to help with his education and co parenting, is the mother obligated to continue to drop the child off to the grandparents for the fathers parenting time?
The court ordered parenting time governs what you and the father are to be doing. If you tried to accommodate dad and grandparents then that's fine. But if that arrangement is no longer working then go back to the schedule of the parenting time order. If Dad isn't using his parenting...Read more »
The only real property other than the home is a car that my husband put in both his and son's name in an attempt to protect from creditors. He did this without any guidance and was completely wrong about it. His son is trying to take the car, which is the only thing I have to provide... Read more »
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.
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 »
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 »
Petitioner's lawyer also filed "order:re response to the motion parenting time dispute" with boxes for district court judge to sign basically ask for lawyer fee when i don't have a lawyer. How should i respond to this "order:re"/ can i respond to oppose it?
social media. She constantly makes various profiles to try and contact me and has added my friends and family. Over the last year she has sent people to break my car windows on 4 separate occasions, yet the police say that the video footage is not enough to connect the vandalism to her. I would... Read more »
My ex insists on living in a rural community where there are zero job opportunities for my career. To continue to work in my career I have to live in NYC. My children are suffering in bad schools full of high-school drop outs, getting into drugs and lots a bad stuff. I need to be with them and... Read more »
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 have a son and I'm the only one on the birth certificate and he told me that he wants to take my son away and change his last name. Mind you my son is 3 and he's just now saying this. He's never wanted to be in his life. Is there anyway I can prevent this from happening. To where... Read more »
If there is no court order for parenting time then he has no custody rights. He has to go to court and asks to be recognized as the father, first and then he can ask for parenting time. You are completely free to move if you choose.
The mother of my child submitted a modification of parenting plan due to me not visiting my son (but mistake on my part). The modification was requesting that I do parenting classes, a psych evaluation, and reunification therapy. When I received the court order it specifically states that I should... Read more »
It would be necessary to see the documents to inform you as to what you rights and obligations under them are. Sometimes a court order only modifies certain aspects of a parenting plan and the other provisions carry forward.
My son was born and conceived before I met my husband and even thought of marriage. He put his hands on me last year when my son wasn't around he was with my mom for some quality time. If I continue to be married will I loose my son. Or can we find a way to work this out and continue... Read more »
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