The recording was from a landline, when the child was home alone. Child & I talk across state lines. Ex also monitors all online activity & shows up places where I’m to drop off child for extracurricular activities.
This is incorrect. In Indiana a father can fill out a paternity affidavit at any local health department anytime before the child is emancipated or turns age 19, as long as no other father is listed on the birth certificate. Furthermore, a father could always petition a court and obtain a court...Read more »
I'm the oldest of 4. Me and the second oldest have same dad but the other 2 have different dads. We've had issues growing up from abusive homes to moving from evictions. I started being a suicidal and depressed mess with severe anxiety at a very young age. Child services never do anything. My... Read more »
Both parents are on the birth certificate. Now that they are feuding mom is trying to keep dad from picking up and from seeing the child even though they have court documents of when hes aloud to have them. I was just wondering if there was anything I need to do. Are they Both Aloud to pick up... Read more »
My ex husbands wages are currently being garnished for child support. He has my children every other weekend Saturday AM until they go to school on Monday mornings. He does not have his own home and stays at his sisters house or his fathers house when he has them and has lately been staying at... Read more »
Custody and child support are two separate issues. A parent is always obligated to provide financial support to the child, regardless of whether or not they have custody of the child or even visitation rights. Obtaining full custody does not terminate child support. Child support only ends when a...Read more »
My grandparents are in PA and that is where they got guardianship. My mom and I are in two different states. My mom never signed over custody when my grandparents got guardianship. I was wondering if my mom could sign my sister over to me so I do not have to take my grandparents to court?
Your mother does not have custody of your sister. Your grandparents do. Your mother cannot sign anything over. If your grandparents are the legal guardians of your sister, this means there was a court determination that your mother should not have custody and your grandparents should.
My current decree doesn’t have a visitation schedule, we are to work it out due to his work schedule. He works swing shifts and his schedule is never the same. I want to have set times due to his lack of communication and commitment to his time with her. I often get last-minute cancellations,... Read more »
Child related provisions are always modifiable. In order to modify the existing order, you would have the burden of proving there has been a substantial change in circumstances since the last order of the court warranting change you are requesting. I recommend that you have a family law attorney...Read more »
If there is no court order otherwise or shared custody agreement or anything else that would give the grandparents a legal right to visit or have custody of the grandchildren, you have the right to keep the children from the grandparents. The grandparents in turn have the right to petition the...Read more »
Fathers son wants sole physical custody of our son after recent break up, but he lives at home with his parents so he’s not fully taking care of his self, however I have been the primary caretaker to our son as well as my other child. Will the courts allow him sole physical custody just because... Read more »
Living at home with your parents is not disqualifying for granting sole physical custody. That said, the determination of physical and legal custody are all done based on the best interests of the child. If the judge determines that sole physical custody awarded to the father is in the best...Read more »
I had to try to grab it and I crossed the center of the road 3 times (again no on known traffic I was making sure 100%). When I got to the stop sign at the end kid tbe road, he turned his flasher light on (the officer) and arrested me for OWI on my prescription medications. He was mind enough to... Read more »
If you are charged with a crime and a child is involved then yes CPS/DCS will be called. As you say you were picking up a toy, however, the officer did not see that and has to go based on what he observed. If he believes he has enough evidence to prove intoxication you have a serious issue on...Read more »
First, I am sorry to hear about the domestic abuse. Unless the Court terminates parental rights which is usually done in adoption cases or cases where the children are removed from the parents by the State. Therefore, unless there is an adoption, your husband will always have parental rights....Read more »
If I have on the document he is no longer responsible for any past financial responsibilities and future responsibilities and that he is signing his rights away for my daughter and have it notarized with both myself and the father of my daughter present will that be enough or is there something... Read more »
No, this is not enough. A father cannot terminate his obligations to his children by signing a piece of paper and having it notarized. A court order is required to terminate parental rights. A person cannot unilaterally without court involvement terminate parental rights.
If your divorce agreement or decree does not state otherwise or require you to seek approval of the court before moving , and you have sole custody of the children, you should be able to move without incident. You will likely have to either agree or go back to court to revise thrvisitation...Read more »
The court. According to what ive read on indiana parenting time she was suppose to give 90 days notice to him and the court. We havent see him since september 2017. She moved to florida. And is under investigation by DCS because her husband is physically abusive. This is her second case with... Read more »
This issue should have been raised with the court that granted him custody back in 2017 when it first happened. Disobeying a custody order is grounds for contempt of court and can result in imprisonment. You need to consult with a family law attorney who handles child custody as soon as possible.
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