He legally objected to the move. I’m having trouble finding an attorney to take my case because I broke the law. Is this to be expected? Our current custody agreement states that if one parent takes the children out of state more than 48 hours, the other parent has the first right of refusal.
I have court at 9 am for rule to show cause. My ex filed for emergency ex parte order and was granted it. The judge who granted it relinquished jurisdiction of any further proceeding to another parish it is stated in judgment we was given in December so how can he grant her the exparte order she... Read more »
In December the judge stated on the court judgment he ordered that since my ex and I no longer live in that parish that he relinquished jurisdiction to the parish of which we both now live. Yet my ex filed for an ex parte custody order and he signed it. When I called the court house and spoke to... Read more »
I signed over custody of my baby girl to my friend for a year. Somehow she ended up with a broken leg at 3 months old. who I thought was a friend lied about taking my baby to the hospitol I have all text to prove it so how did they areest me for cruelty to a juvenile and now I have cps taking me... Read more »
My nephews mom wanted an abortion but was unable to get one because she had just gotten one so she asked my husband and I to take the baby. We did and now we would like to get guardianship of the baby because mom is now refusing to babysit the child or help. She receives benefits and childcare for... Read more »
You need to contact a lawyer in your area to discuss your options and get the ball rolling. You should not do this yourself. In speaking to the attorney(s) you consult, you ask what are your options as well as what is your understanding as to the position each parent takes as to custody and/or...Read more »
About 2 1/2 years ago - I started making bi-weekly payments to the custodial parent which was agreed on at a reasonable amount. Over the past year the custodial parent has been threatening to stop me from seeing my daughter due to her wanting an increase, which I agreed due to obvious reasons. The... Read more »
If you have not retained an attorney to represent you on these issues, then you should do so now---this voluntary action between the parents does not seem even and if you are not satisfied, then you need to ask the Judge to assist you on this. In regards to child support, it is usually calculated...Read more »
My birth mother passed away last year leaving behind my little brother. He was left in the care of our grandmother who is old and sick. She called me up and asked if my husband and I would be willing to take him. I’m happy to take him but there is a problem that might affect the court allowing... Read more »
Will it be difficult? It may not be, however more information is needed on this, including the involvement of your little brother's father who usually would have a say in custody decisions. That said, I highly recommend that you (and your grandmother) seek a consultation with a...Read more »
You should speak with an experienced Family Law attorney. You have to file a rule for contempt—this is typically done in the jurisdiction in which your original pleadings were filed. It’s pertinent to note that in order to prove contempt, there must be a willful violation of an existing court...Read more »
I have two children, I am domicile, My ex-husband claims one child, and I claimes the other. That’s how it has been for three years. This year I am without work, as my current husband works so that I may stay home with the children. My ex-husband is threatening court as he believes that he is... Read more »
DCFS was called in when the child was born Because the mother used drugs during her pregnancy and the child was born premature. The father is saying he has a 100% custody but I don't think that's true.The parents were never married.
Childs mother and boyfriend have a very physical and rocky relationship and are constantly fighting and breaking up only to get right back together. Recently I had to get a restraining order against the boyfriend for my child (she is 7) and myself basically because mother called me middle of night... Read more »
Let’s say i we temporarily give it to my mom. Now after 3 months all charges were dropped. Also I live with them and her untill 2 weeks ago. So the problem is my mother is trying to use the temporary domiciled custody against me to get her name off and my kids back. What do I have to do. My kids... Read more »
After dcfs has removed the child with a courtdate? We have went to court and they said they were removing my son from my custody that he would go to my family's custody.but I never once received any paperwork neither did my family.
My daughter's father and I have a 1 month old. When he met me and started dating me, he was married currently, but I was single. I found out I was pregnant after my 21st f. He stayed by my side until I was eight months pregnant when he left. His wife has been telling him that this is not his... Read more »
My attorney (that I no longer have because she’s moving) mailed my soon to be ex husband…a relocation request, that he got on March 12th. But he’s told my kids he won’t let them move to Tx. He just got out of jail for domestic aggravated abuse, & has been in & out of rehab for the... Read more »
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