Were you married to the child's father? If not, has he legitimized the child? If not, then he has no legal rights to the child. He only has legal rights to the child if you were married to him or if he has went through the legitimation process. You may want to consult with an attorney who can...Read more »
My son is 11, and his therapist allows him to choose whom he wants to bring to therapy with him. He told her his mom gives him anxiety so he doesn't want her there. His mom yelled at him and told him she doesn't care she is coming anyways. This adds to his anxiety and depression, enough that I... Read more »
We have never had any contact with the child at the request of her mother. She also requested 5 years ago that my husband allow her husband to adopt because he is the only father she knows. He agreed it was in her best interest and we never heard anything else about it. Recently within the last... Read more »
My name is Annaleise, I need a family lawyer to help me with a case involving removing my daughters biological dad from birth certificate and changing her last name to mine from his. She is 1 years old. We were not married when we had her and it has been almost a year since he has had any contact... Read more »
Child's father has allowed his mother to pick up, keep, and return the child on every Thursday dinner visit he's had, which is over a year now. He is now stating that he wants his mother to pick her up from school on those Thursday's. The paperwork says he has her from the time school lets out... Read more »
Unless she is on drugs, I don't see what is wrong with her having a dinner visit on his time. He can pick up your child, drive her to his mother's house and leave her there, so it's really the same thing.
My bf’s child’s mother is seeking TANF, which is seeking to put him on child support. She has a medical condition that CAN prevent her from working, but she can still work, she just doesn’t want to. She admitted (via text message) that she doesn't want him involved with his baby but keeps... Read more »
MY HUSBAND IS INCARCERATED IN ROCKDALE COUNTY JAIL FOR 2ND DEGREE BATTERY. THIS IS HIS 4 FAMILY DOMESTIC. THEY DID NOT GIVE HIM A BOND AND SAID IT COULD BE 6 MONTHS BEFORE HE WENT UP FOR BOND AGAIN UNLESS HE HAD AN ATTORNEY REQUESTING A BOND HEARING. PLEASE HELP
Does the father have legal rights to the child? Was he married to the mother or has he legitimized the child? If not, then he has no legal say about where the child lives, that would be up to the mother. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Do you have a court order giving you joint custody? If that is the case, she would be in contempt. You should consult with an attorney who can help you legally address this situation.-Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Father never legitimated, but paternity was established via a signed paternity affidavit from both parents. In addition, child support enforcement also generated a paternity establishment via their administrative court proceedings. I have lived in Ga with child over 6 years. Neither parent lives in... Read more »
Filing a modification of child support is more detailed than just presenting a child support worksheet and addendum. It often requires the exchange of updated financial documents. You should consider at least consulting with an attorney to discuss your options.
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