The procedure would be to file a motion seeking that kind of relief. But any major life change like moving needs to be done by an appropriate court order. You would be wise to hire counsel to assist in this process.
We went to the bank during COVID to have our will notarized; there were only 2 people at the bank therefore, the notary notarized it, signed as a witness and the other person was the 2nd witness. Is this valid/legal or do I need to have it redone? We drew up the will ourselves online.
Will execution must be perfect and you will need a competent attorney. The need for Probate must be examined first, then you plan your Estate. Otherwise after you die it will be a mess, and the proposed document will be thrown out.
Adoptions are usually complicated. You will need to hire a competent attorney and have all the contact information for all interested parties. Your case probably involves termination of parental rights.
17 yo boy, guardians were in place till he was 18 (5 months) They registered 2 cars that belonged to boys grandmother in their name after her death. No will. They just said the grandmother told them they could have them. Never got the boy the SSI he was entitled to either. No other heirs.
You found out you were still married to your first wife after 3 years of marriage to your 2nd wife and you then divorced your first wife however did not remarry your 2nd wife. Does this mean your 2nd marriage is invalid? Can the person who was married be liable and go to jail for bigamy after... Read more »
Dad pays child support for 1 and has the standard visitation of every other weekend. There isn’t support established for the other, nor a parenting plan. He doesn’t provide any physical everyday support. The move would establish better financial support, emotional support, educational support,... Read more »
The custodial parent is free to move without the court’s approval if that move is less than 50 miles from the other parent. If that parent wants to move further or out-if-state, the law requires the parent to provide a written notice to the courts and the other parent.
It depends on each court, but if DCS is involved it normally means DCS will file a petition for dependency and neglect and state in that petition why they believe a child is in danger. If DCS believes it is an emergency, they may file a Protective Custody Order (PCO) and remove the child from the...Read more »
Until an unmarried father petitions for and is eventually granted custody rights, the father has parentage obligations to keep the child safe and provide financial support but has absolutely zero parental or custodial rights.
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