Child is 7yo. Grandparents raised from birth to 4yo when dad got out of prison. He remarried, moved to Louisiana and now wants sole custody. He has already completely cut the mother out with the exception of seeing her child when grands are allowed to have child.
and has been granted sole custody of my child (leaving me with only supervised visitation) while he is still in my care and has been for the passed year. He is 3 years old. The police went to our old house with a search warrant looking for my child. I just found out about this case yesterday and it... Read more »
She dropped her off to me And said she was tired of her and coyluldbt deal with her anymore but she’ll come get her on a. Off day what should i do I want my child to be given to my mom with my other kids
My daughter is 18 years now and longer wants to be with her legal guardian. She has already left their house and refuses to go back. Since she is still in school can they make her go back to their house even if she is 18yrs old?
This was done for child custody and support not for property division; that’s scheduled later, but there was one clause that stated we were responsible for our own insurance and car notes but my spouse stated he would continue paying until the end of our divorce case. My question is does that go... Read more »
I don't live with my dad, and I'm staying with my grandmother to visit for a few days, and this angered him and now he's threatening to come and take me. I feel very unsafe with him and do not wish to leave. Is there any reason why I would have to legally leave with him, or if we... Read more »
You are not providing enough information. Does either your mother or grandmother have legal custody of you? If not, they need to call an attorney to get legal custody. If someone has legal custody already, they need to contact their custody lawyer.
No, you are still considered a minor by law. You can jump out into the world and all of its accompanying responsibilities as an adult once you are 18. Until then, you could consult with a family law attorney to discuss emancipation, but that process would likely take you through your 18th...Read more »
she says things like she wish i was never born accuses me of being with older men and right now she is trying to send me to a mental hospital so they can give me medicine and so i can be out the house, i wanna run away to my grandmas house we already have a case against her
My fourteen-year-old son lives with his grandmother which is the father's mother and has lived there since birth and now at 14 wants to live with me the mother and the father stepped in and said no which I don't see how does he have the right to say no that my son can't live with me... Read more »
My sister is due to give birth in 3 weeks and has been doing illegal substances the entire pregnancy and has been violent to others and self harmed and is homeless and has another child less than 2 years old in the states care i cant have children of my own and i am the only family member with the... Read more »
You need to have an attorney involved as soon as possible, so that pleadings will be ready to file as soon as the child is born. Speak with an attorney who handles custody and family law matters. Good luck.
She is in an abusive home with her dad and stepmom, but her dad has a lot of money. Like a lot. She says that on her 18th birthday she is going to leave to live with her mom and her dad told her that if she left then he would have her and her mother arrested. Legally, can he do that? She is still a... Read more »
My husband is $10K behind on his son from a previous relationship. I am looking to see how this will affect the out come of how much custody he receives of our son we have together and the current divorce.
We never got to go to court for child support but after I got married I have wanted to sue him for the support he never provided and money he made me lose. I also want to terminate his rights. Him threatening me and harassing me I stopped talking to him unless it was about our daughter. He... Read more »
My son lives in Louisiana and his dad has had custody for the past year. He is 18 and no longer wants to live with his dad. He has dropped out of highschool. Can my son legally just leave or do we have to go back to court?
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