Ive been consistently involved in her life the duration of this guardianship. I however, married and was convicted of a domestic battery misdemeanor, because my Husband and I are choosing to do counseling, etc. to recover our marriage.. (My mother doesn't approve) She has now blocked all... Read more »
You need to file your own custody action. If she says he’s not yours, the child is not yet legally determined to be your son so you have no rights. However, if the dna proves he’s yours, then you get an order for possession and her manipulations will end!
When I married my wife she has 2 kids and the father doesn't have anything to do with them or wants them. But we believe he wont sign over his rights. I just want to be able to have the school tell me information regarding them and be able to get them medical care. Was just wondering if there was a... Read more »
Daughters husband n family wouldnt let her leave w/ child husband assaluted her family ganged up on her I split them up family member hit a table. She Attempted to get EPO on my daughter. It was denied. It says she can file criminal charges. They made a comment on my page that we would be doing 2... Read more »
My sons father is not letting me speak to my son when I want to speak to him. He keeps saying I will arrange a time for you to speak to him. I should be able to speak to my son at anytime I want to. He ground him from his phone. The father shuts it off so I can not contact him when I need too. What... Read more »
How does visitation work during the summer when the father of child just only lives an hour away? Does he still get so many weeks during the summer or what can I do? My sons father as also blocked me from him his phone and has as token my sons phone. He is taking it on my son. My son had to meet... Read more »
My brother-in-law was notified of a child that possibly was his after the age of 4 it was ordered to pay child support and back child support from the time the child was born is there a statue of limitation in the state of Kentucky how far back they can go and charge you back child support he... Read more »
My son is really disliking having to go to his fathers every other weekend and 1 month during the summer. His father does not do anything with him. And my son does not like his new wife. She has been getting smart with my son and tell him if he does not eat he will get in trouble and just does... Read more »
Her mother lost custody when she involved her in a home invasion when she was 4, made her pee in a pill bottle at school and then stole money and credit card numbers from people at a motel she worked at. Shes never voluntarily paid child support and is now 8800.00 behind. My daughter told me she... Read more »
I have a founded in Kentucky based on a case in Washington state. There is nothing in the current case about actions involving this child at all. If I accept dependency (I'm being instructed to) does that 'admit' to wrong doing on my part? I am disabled and a good deal of their case hinges on that.... Read more »
You should have a lawyer review anything before you sign it. It depends on the wording of the stipulation, but you could very well be admitting to substantiation or wrongdoing if you sign it without being fully aware of the ramifications.
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