My children’s father has had them the last 2 years. He never brought them back from a summer visit. I live in Texas and he lives in Louisiana. We had child support court where the judge ruled for them to stay with him while in school ( he enrolled them in school) until we went back to court. They... Read more »
He can voluntarily surrender his rights for purposes of surrendering the child for adoption. For instance, if your husband wishes to adopt her, he can surrender. Technically, if he has failed to communicate with the child without just cause for the last 6 months, his consent isn't even required.
You get the prize for being the first to ask the question that I predicted Sunday would come up A LOT. The courts are all suspended and this is new so no judge has yet ruled on it. But I guaranty you, a lot of attorneys will be making thus argument. Sending a child back and forth between parents...Read more »
I would be gone 3 or 4 hours max, they would have a cell phone, they know all 3 of our connecting neighbors (one of whom is a cop), and they would know not to open the door for anybody. My ex will take any opportunity to attack me and I want to be sure she can't come after me for it.
My mom has temp. Custody of my son. I have visitation rights through the court which consists of 2 days a week, 4 hours each visit. I beg her every single day to see him but she always comes up with an excuse. I'll be lucky if I get to see him once a week. I've applied for an attorney through legal... Read more »
My son mother put him up for adoption while I was incarcerated without me knowing and my consent. By time I got any letter or documents it was a few days before the hearing and I couldn’t get a lawyer or anything. I showed up to court and they took away my parental rights and said when I got out... Read more »
Had my son when I was young! As stupid as it sounds, I was tricked into signing custody over too my aunt (shes who raised me). I was told that the papers I was signing was for something else . My fault for not reading them , but I would of never imagined her doing something so cruel to me. When the... Read more »
If you have a driveway, keep small children out of the road, except when they are trying to learn how to ride a bike. If you don't have a driveway, learning to ride a bike, basketball, are OK with supervision.
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