the mother has alienated these children from me and refused court orders just to keep the girls away from me. the mother of the children is in prison, serving 14 years. The mother sent the girls to FL with her mom, who had filed motion to intervene and also limits my time with the kids
And what are the chances of going from equal joint custody to primary custody as a father? I live in Kentucky and my child’s mother lives in Minnesota so I only see her for the summer and holidays but she refuses to let my daughter live with me and my current wife. I have proof by voice message... Read more »
If the child has lived in Minnesota for more than six months, the custody action will have to be litigated in Minnesota pursuant you the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act. As for the support of you are successful, whether you pay will be determined by who earns the most money.
How can kentucky enforce support on me while I was incarcerated when we were not married and there was no paternity test or acknowledgment of paternity signed? My name is still not on birth cert. The child is not mine, she just gave him my last name
For a couple of years my daughter has been in and out of trouble at school and home (promiscuity, unruly behavior, possible drug use, sneaking out.) In November, she was diagnosed with severe depression, anxiety, and PTSD and prescribed prozac, which she has since run out of and it has not been... Read more »
I want to move out of state with our 3 children prior to a divorce and have told him he has all rights to see his children. He wants to charge me with parental alienation even though I am more than willing to drive the children all the way to him. Can he keep me from moving where I want to within... Read more »
No way to know why ahe was arrested without seeing the file, but I would go to the clerks office, look at that file, and ask that question.. she will likely have a court date very ion where that question may also be answered.
It is very doubtful that the Court will allow you to terminate your parental Rights absent someone to adopt the child. In the unlikely event termination occurred, the dcbs case probably gets dismissed.
She is 12 years old and he makes her let him watch her shower in detail and if she denies him he physically punishes her and hasn’t giving her outside contact until I picked her up for Christmas break I noticed she had cuts on her wrist and come to find out she is self harming herself to get out... Read more »
Major story behind our divorce following child custody situation. I'm a young mother 25 this day. I was about 20 when we got married divorced by 21. Our marriage was happened because my ex wanted to become a pastor. Not because he loved me. (You know in order to do so you have to be married.) So he... Read more »
I receive state assistance currently; therefore, it is not me going after child support — it’s the commonwealth. I am in school and my son has to have a medical card and daycare for me to do school. I am not going to contest his petition, as he is very toxic and never wanted our son. A GAL is... Read more »
They were born in TN. Their mom was homeless so they moved in with me in the summer. They have been enrolled in school here since the start of the school year. We did not go to court just made the decision to stay with me. I am on child support and she has still been receiving it even though they... Read more »
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