Generally, in Louisiana, a grandparent doesn't have automatic rights to visitation with his/her grandchild. There are some exceptions to the rule. You should speak with an attorney who handles custody matters to determine if your situation would give you the right to ask for visitation.
Your question is too general to answer. Parents have the right to deny a grandparent visitation except in case of neglect, divorce, separation, death, incarceration, hospitalization of one parent. If the parents are still together and both want to deny the grandparent visitation, they can....Read more »
Will the order be voided since he will no longer be paying for 3, only 2? He is ordered to pay $1000 for 3. He is living with her and they havent vacated the order because they want to use it as an active order in my case against the father. We have 1 child together.
Order remains unchanged unless he files a Motion to Reduce. It doesn't go down or stop until he does or until the last of 3 kids turns 18 or graduates from high school. If he is living with recipient, hire a private detective to document that or subpoena someone with first hand knowledge that...Read more »
Sisters atty encouraged her to propose my eviction in order to sell my late mothers home. My understanding is that I am equal share holder in ownership & cannot be evicted. Also I’m disabled - stroke 4yrs ago. I’ve lived with my mom for 18yrs. When I received this proposed eviction, my blood... Read more »
All of my life he tried to control and make every decision for me!!! He's emotionally abusive!! He's also very controlling over my relationships!! I started dating a great guy from a single facebook group from my church!!! He had it set in his mind that no matter what, he won't like him and he'll... Read more »
(1)my husband told her to get off the phone she started her mom told her she didn't have to get off the phone (2)she had an event and the mom had the child to call The day before the event the agreement states the mom is to give 2 week notice.(3)allowed the daughter to go to the dance teacher house... Read more »
I would like to take my children on vacation for the summer out of state, my husband is controlling and does not want me to go; so he is threatening to call the police if I take the children. We are married and as we are "very religious" we have not considered divorce (and probably will never... Read more »
I began a new job 4 months ago and child support payments have been taken out of my check for 3 of those months now. Before my new job, I was unemployed and not paying child support which resulted in a DL suspension. Now that I am paying support again will my driver's license suspension be... Read more »
My wife and I were married just over a year ago. At the time we were married, she was a recently divorced mother of 3 children from her previous marriage, and we have no children of our own, nor any "community property" to speak of. After getting married, I moved into her house, which is completely... Read more »
Her attorney can still seek spousal support. By the way, you can file for divorce at the beginning of the separation, instead of at the end of the 180 days, to prevent her from getting you in any debt. You should at the least consult with an attorney. Additionally, if you screw up a...Read more »
Wanting to move in with my Boyfriend who is great to me and my kids. We have been dating a year now. My kids may get mad at me for moving them away from there friends and I am scared they are going to say they want to move in with the grandparents or the father. I have sole custody and they may not... Read more »
Scenario.. If Dad can stay clean but mom can't, he works to get kids back for him and mom. Once the court give custody back to dad, he lets mom move in and they are back to where they started before dcfs was called. Is it illegal for the mom to move back in after her tpr?
Childrens father improperly retained our 3 children at the end of summer break 2018. at which time, i was served with a rule to show cause, and rule to modify custody, and an ORDER granting the father temporary custody until the hearing set for 09 13 2018. A request for a hair follicle screen for... Read more »
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