My ex-wife and I went in front of the judge and he said in open court we would go back on August 3rd. I received court orders in the mail stating we were to report on August 2nd. I went on August 2nd and no one was there including the judges. I reset the date for August 23rd with the judge's... Read more »
My child's father and I have joint custody. He gets her every other weekend and I have her the rest of the time. Now she saying for the past coue months she hasn't been with him she has been getting dropped off to his mom. But when he went to court he told them his main reason was because... Read more »
i am a resident of Louisiana and so was my ex husband me and my ex husband got a divorce due to him cheating it was filed in January and granted in march i was also informed that me ex husband was expecting a new child with the female that he cheated on me with and is in a relationship with they... Read more »
Nutshell version. Me and my ex live in different parishes. No current custody agreement. She has lots of criminal charges for harassing and other related charges towards me. she has been arrested multiple times and currently wanted. She is dating a sheriffs deputy where she lives and his whole... Read more »
Do you have any paperwork or orders between the parents and signed by the Judge which addresses this? If so, what does it say? If it does not address this, then you should go to court and get it set if the other parent does not agree.
I am 25 years old disabled & live with my aunt who has Guardianship of me since 6 years old and is my representative payee for Social Security, recently my dad started paying his arrears for child support payments after 15 years and has let me know. however my biological mother is receiving... Read more »
The Judgment granting the adoption typically orders the state's vital records office to reissue the birth certificate. The adopted parents must then mail the judgment along with an application to the state office for the new certificate to be issued.
I suspected that my ex-wife was abusing my children. So, I placed an audio recording device in a car that I own but she uses often. Sure enough, after I came back from work and listened to the recording, I found out that she was abusing my son to an extreme psychological level. What should I do? is... Read more »
The mother is an alcoholic. She has been driving drunk with the child in the car numerous times, even to bring her to my fiancé's mother's house. She lives in a terrible house with mice, mold, and holes in the walls. She is remarried and is the domilicary parent but never includes my... Read more »
to visit her on weekends when he lived in a nearby state. Then he moved across the country and didn't continue contact (end of 2018). In the spring of 2019, I enrolled in Medicaid for my Daughter which triggered the state to initiate a support order. He saw her once on his trip to go to court... Read more »
If you and your daughter had not had dinner with him a week ago, I would tell you to hire an adoption lawyer to do the intrafamily adoption by your husband. But there has to be no contact from him and no support for six months to do that.
Now your only choice is to hire a custody lawyer...Read more »
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