Hello, I'm sorry that you're having this trouble. If your mother has not gained any type of legal custody over your children then she would be guilty of kidnapping. The only way that your mother can take your child is through a legal guardianship. This is only done through court. Did you...Read more »
She wants rights to her as well as to fight him in court. She is saying if I don't do this today. Then she will take me and her father to court and I wont have visitation unless supervised. I am her mother and have been with her her whole life. Living with her. I recently got a marijuana... Read more »
This is a pickle! Are you >18? (over 18?) Your mom is probably right (like always, huh?) Even in a great state like Idaho, Marijuana is still illegal and (as you know) Idaho will prosecute you for having it on you. Possession of Marijuana is also a bummer because if you get convicted of it...Read more »
Under "rules of descent," an "adopted child" is equal to a natural child, in every conceivable way. You're the "first born" and that carries a lot of responsibility in a family, but not really legally. Good luck to you!
I live with my grandparents who are my legal guardians. My mother was abusive mentally, my family including my mother is trying to take my baby when I give birth, I live in Idaho are there any laws saying they cant take my baby?
No, there are NO laws which say that your family cannot take your baby. If you are under 18 yrs. old, you are considered a "child" in Idaho. If you had sex with a young man prior to becoming 18, he could be charged with a number of crimes. However, if we look beyond that now, since you...Read more »
A "Motion for Temporary Orders," is difficult to achieve; there will be notice give to you of when the hearing is. You should hire legal counsel to respond to this. However, if you are unable to do so, you need to prepare for doing it yourself. File an "answer" to the...Read more »
You don't lose any rights by being forcibly removed from your own home. The frustration you feel is felt by every, single male who is removed and now has to pay for two (2) residences. If you own it outright without your mate's co-ownership, simply sell it out from under her and buy a...Read more »
My husband's ex moved out of state thousands of miles away to follow her new husband in his career in the air force. We're trying to come up with a parenting plan to allow as much time for her with the kids as possible, but she's wanting the kids to miss 2 weeks of school each year... Read more »
Are these consecutive or contiguous weeks? Second question, two weeks is not a terribly long time. They can also take schoolwork home and study remotely so why are you willing to spend thousands of dollars on attorneys for something simple that you should be able to work out in emails?
She needs it because she has primary custody of the child, right? You "need" it because you have mostly made the payments on it, right? You don't also happen to own a pickup that YOU drive, do you? I'm sorry, this sounds S E L F I S H to me and a divorce judge will...Read more »
My son has lived with his grandmother most of his life and she has custody of him. I have recently amended things and have been in contact with my son and grandmother. He is now 17. I have not had custody since I gave him up when he was a baby as I could not care for him. The other parent is... Read more »
Your son will be an "adult" probably by the time you read this and you won't need to do anything. However, if you're aching to pay a lawyer to do something, you need only make a phone call to the grandmother and say, "hey grandma, since we have agreed to let my son come...Read more »
Ex moved to Arizona, I live with kids in Idaho. He gets alternating Thanksgiving and Christmas break, supposed to be 7 days for each. The kids are now in school &only get 4 days for Thanksgiving. Can he take the other 3 days and put them on his next Christmas visit? Would a judge allow this?
IF I were a smart-ass, I would say "is this worth $3,500 to figure out?" But, since I'm not a smart ass and want to be very "real" with you, let me say that you should consider a few things, as follows:
1. Have you and your ex-husband been adhering to the...Read more »
Several ways. First does ex have a lawyer? The Rules say that service on the lawyer IS service to your ex; second, if you know what state and city he lives in, your attorney can draft a motion for publication of Summons and if approved by the court, your papers will be deemed "served"...Read more »
I live in California and this is happening in Idaho. I know different states different laws. But she's been a drug user the entire pregnancy. My brother isn't no better and actually called CPS himself on her and has made reports and so have I. Well i was contacted by a case workwr... Read more »
I was intoxicated on prescription pain medication from after birth pain ifell asleep a few times on the way to sign the acknowledgment. On top that I didn’t really understand the paper at all. Can I withdrawal my signature? My child’s father was going to break up with me and kick me out if... Read more »
I feel I have been wrongfully alienated from my sons. They are now adopted by thier paternal grandparents, to which I know that my sons will have to seek me when they come of age. With that being said I feel they took advantage of me, had me sign my rights over unwillingly, and had alienated me... Read more »
Once the adoption took place, water passed under the bridge and there's no going back. Your desires to see them notwithstanding, you should not bother the paternal grandparents and NEVER make an attempt to see your sons. If they're curious when they come of age, they will seek you out,...Read more »
Yes, and judges will approve because courts are willing to acquiesce (notice I didn't say "approve") to people "doing their own thing," I'd be lying if I told you that they're happy about it. When those "private agreements" don't work between the...Read more »
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