He was 20 and she 16 at birth of child. Hospital reported. Both wish to marry. He's now 22 and set for release, but with 5 year NCO. She's 18 and wants a relationship. They have a 2 year old son together. No contention from family on either side. Can she request it be lifted as a... Read more »
Because the order says that he can and he's current on support. If you wish to change that you need to file to modify the order. Depending on your state domestic laws it may effect the support amount or other items on the order.
Yes. She will need to convince the Court that she has some place to live and some way to support herself and that she’s either got wheels and insurance OR good bus service wherever she (or her baby) needs to go!
Nope! You’d have to notify the parent by sending him a copy of the Petition. It’s called “procedural due process.” No parent’s rights could be terminated without notice to him under the Fourteenth Amendment.
Just recently her phone started to be taken away and shut off at night. I have gotten 3 different responses as to why. I decided to buy her a phone under my plan hoping that it being mine he wouldn’t turn it off and now he is telling me it’s not welcome in his home.... I don’t call or text... Read more »
First, that wish of yours IS reasonable, to know that she can call you anytime, day or night if she’s in trouble or wants to talk to you! Secondly, you ARE out of luck (if step father says no) because this current “dispute” doesn’t constitute a “material, permanent change...Read more »
My husband's ex slapped us with a emergency sole custody modification order and a restraining order using a picture she had my son send her and audio recordings she had my daughter record of my husband and I having a private conversation with my son. Is this legal? Can my daughter give... Read more »
Short answer: in Idaho only one party to a recording must give permission. However, it’s not your daughter that gave consent is it? It’s your husband’s ex-wife. So yes SHE can do that, but why does it matter to you? What was depicted in the photo? A little more information please?
Long-standing rule in my house (and in my sister’s house for cousins) is that you get a phone when you’re 10. My older daughter (not ex’s bio child) got a reg phone at age 10 (while I was still with ex). Ex told me that he bought it and it will be used at my house “end of discussion”. I... Read more »
Idaho has created an entire section in the code dealing with "at risk" youth. If you follow the statutory scheme, you would simply call the police and report what you're concerned about. Officers with any experience at all, will come visit with you and make a report. They will...Read more »
In Idaho the Legislature has created a statutory right of grandparents to get their own visitation with a grandchild, irrespective of either parent's current custodial arrangement or order. To file such a petition you need to file a Petition for Grandparent Visitation and show that such...Read more »
Since we went to court a year ago she has quit her job, gotten divorced, and moved outta state(8 hr round trip if no delays) and she still wants to come get him every other weekend and take him back to where she lives now (at a camp ground)......she bailed on him before he turned 3 and has only... Read more »
If you want to spend a lot of money on a lawyer to try to keep her from from your son from his mother who has been “in his life” for the past 2 years, no drug use, nothing but poverty AND despite her poverty she is willing to drive 4 hours 1-way to spend time with her son - you’d better have...Read more »
My girlfriend has been in my daughter's life for as long as i have, but my ex doesn't want her to be able to watch my daughter. Where i come from, that's called a family. Not childcare. My ex is angry because i mentioned that i have the right of refusal over daycare, her neighbors,... Read more »
The judge on a custody case in Idaho is actually friends with the other party. He won't allow any evidence to be submitted through court and has so far ignored our evidence, or refusing to allow the evidence into court at all. Now his court deputy is messaging us on Facebook telling us that... Read more »
Recently I reached out to my ex to discuss having to enroll our daughter into school. I reached out asking for his opinion in which I got no response through email. As he has blocked me on his cellphone (divorce violation). In addition, after reaching out multiple times he stated he was enrolling... Read more »
This is going to be something you'll need to discuss with an attorney about all the pros and cons of trying to enforce the settlement agreement. While on its face there seems to be grounds for changes due to violating the court's orders, there are always consequences to filing and what...Read more »
according to my divorce decree my ex is supposed to pay 30% of medical bills, I have paid over 6K in ortho bills for our kids, I want to give her a bill for her portion of it. can I just write up something and have it notarized with a copy of the paid bills?
Yes, that's exactly how you do it. Send her an email and attach a copy of the ortho bill and ask her to please pay 30% of it. It is not necessary that you have anything notarized. You simply need to ask your ex to pay it, by supplying her with a true and correct copy of the entire bill and...Read more »
Then my ex and her husband were adopting my daughter and she ask me to sign my right away again for the second time! It was half way process and had to pay 9k for stuff suddenly it went up 50k it cost my parents money to help me get thou. I waited waited. I want to get it done bam 6 month... Read more »
First off, Idaho would not allow you to "sign off" rights to your daughter UNLESS there is someone willing to adopt her. In your case, your ex-wife did not give your daughter your last name and wanted to adopt her daughter as much as you...Read more »
I'm sorry but it is not possible in the State of Idaho right now. The State of Idaho has a pecuniary interest in NOT terminating a natural parent's rights. Why? Because the State of Idaho taxpayers will ultimately have to pay for any social services that you receive as the unmarried...Read more »
In Idaho, irreconcilable differences gets the job done without the drama of proving guilt, which it sounds like you weren't there as the act was happening, so you can't prove guilt anyway. So, you CAN prove that you two no longer get along and that you want a divorce. ThE THING that...Read more »
If you were never married, you don't want to go near her and your child until you have a court order, if you and she are on the "outs" as far as talking things over are concerned. That's a quick way to invite her to call the police and allege that you did something, anything,...Read more »
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