I have two young children from different women. I've been separated from the first for nearly 5 years, and the second for over a year. We've always co-parented really well, and have always had nearly equal custody without the courts being involved.
My stepdaughter lives with her grandparents due to an emergency custody order. My husband was in prison when the child’s mother overdosed, my husband has been home for almost two years, how do we get custody?
I’m father and paying child support at the moment. My child’s mother has custody but my child decided to move in with me. What’s gonna happen and what do I need to do with child’s custody and child support?
We have had him since 2 days after he came home from the hospital.Parents have roaches and gave the kids bedroom to their cats and put the kids in the dining room. The house stinks so bad of litter box that he smells like that when he returns.She doesnt want him but this makes her look bad and she... Read more »
Can I allow the child around her mother (my sister). And if I do and the mother tries to withdraw child from a school and place her into another school and will not answer me or return the child what should I do
And 130 in insurance a months. I work 24 hour shifts, so I take my son back the night before, resulting in less "nights" with him. Would it be worth going back, and keeping him overnight on work days to get 50/50 and a reduction in child support to have less financial stress?
Add kick me out the house with no place to go and no noticed I move to Illinois from Kentucky mid June 2019 Being forced to give up a really good job and move back to Kentucky so that way I am not homeless and on the streetsWe resides in Kentucky my mother Dad and general family and my able to file... Read more »
I went to illinois because of issues with my inlaws in kentucky. I need to go back to my life in kentucky but am not wanting to without a custody agreement in place. My husband agreed to meet me at the courthouse to write one out, but i am not sure how to go about doing it.
Yes. You simply write out the agreement, specify times dates and holidays when they will be with each parent, you both sign it and have it notarized. Then you file it with your petition for dissolution when you are ready to file.
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.
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 »
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