My daughters father decided not to bring her back after she spent the weekend with them. I have raised her all by myself for almost 7 years no. Not a singly penny form him. He didn’t even meet her until she was almost 5! This is his 3rd time spending time with her and he refuses to bring her... Read more »
You need to immediately contact, consult and then hopefully hire a child custody lawyer in your area. Discuss the specifics of your matter with the potential lawyer and come up with a game plan going forward. Good luck.
Depends----did you purchase the tax title or did you pay the taxes but in the owner's name? There's a big difference here. Anyway, I would contact a local attorney in your area and to discuss your options.
Asking for a friend. Divorced mom is unable to claim her children on her taxes or receive any type of child tax credit, although the children reside with her full time. The children’s dad has shown very little interest in the lives of his children since the divorce. He also refuses to settle any... Read more »
Call/contact the local and state bar association and see if they have contact information for lawyers in your area with whom she might be able to consult on a pro bono basis, or if they can provide the number for legal aid. At this point in time, it sounds like there are already judgments in place...Read more »
While you may not have an attorney, you can and should certainly try to hire one to assist you with responding and representing you. In the meantime, additional information is needed to respond to your post as there are multiple ex-parte motions which have different ways/requirements for...Read more »
His father was appointed curator and I was made the under curator because I’m a out of state resident. He is blocking me from seeing my son or getting medical updates on his condition. I hv been by my sins side since the accident that occurred in September of 2021. When I tried to visit after I... Read more »
Although you indicated you want to go the pro se route, since you posted, I will first reply to suggest that you consult with a lawyer to discuss the pros and cons of going the pro se route in this matter, as well as so the consulting attorney can review the legal pleadings. Furthermore, if the...Read more »
Mom lives in LA I Been living in Texas by myself since I was 13. She refuses to give me the back child support she is finally getting. How would I be able to get the card & is that even possible for me to get the money directly to me. Or does she have to be the one getting it? I wasn’t sure... Read more »
You can and should consult with a lawyer who is in the jurisdiction where the Order was issued/signed to see what, if any, options are available to you, however it is most likely not going to provide you the answer you seek----still, you should get the consult to see if there is any way you can...Read more »
Generally a petition for possession is filed with the clerk of court where the decedent lived at the time of death. Sometimes and administration is required where someone is appointed to handle the business of the estate. Once the heirs are identified and the assets of the estate are identified,...Read more »
My son’s mother is basically denying my right to take my 1 month old son out to houston for a couple days to spend time with him where i reside. I infact, do have everything needed to take care of him, food, shelter, clothing.. I’ve made open communication with her multiple times letting her... Read more »
As you can tell from your situation, it is best that you immediately contact a family or child custody lawyer to get some parameters and details in play so that you do not have this issue in the future. Good luck.
If the child is not 18, then the child's tutor can sue on behalf of the child. Usually the tutor is the parent of the child, but if there is no parent, then the guardian, however one might have to legally qualify ask obtain the right from the Court to sue on behalf of the child---it's...Read more »
One is 16 one is 12. They are both girls. The oldest is biologically my sister, but i have also grown a sisterly bond with the youngest and they both want to see me but my aunt will not allow them to come.
There are some questions which arise from your post, but I think all roads lead to your hiring an attorney to ask the Court for visitation. Thus, I highly recommend that you consult with a family law attorney to discuss the specifics of your matter and how to best proceed going forward. Good luck.
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 »
Her father and I tried again for the last three months to make it work. Now have a DV case open where she was around. DA’s office called to ask what I wanted to do. I said I didn’t want to pursue it. Ultimately I know it’s up to the DA’s office to decide if they move forward. If they do, do... 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 »
My child is going on 9 and barely knows his own dad. He is court ordered to pay child support but does not pay it. He has a criminal background and has attempted to go after my son already over a nerf gun that my son pointed at him. I left the residents. My son says he wants nothing to do with his... Read more »
You do not need a lawyer, however it is advisable to have, at a minimum, a consult with a lawyer(s to discuss your situation and whether or not you should attempt this with or without a lawyer. Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for family law or parental right lawyers in your area. Good...Read more »
My significant other and I were arrested on August 8, 2020, for a supposed warrant for felony cruelty to a juvenile. We were both incarcerated for the next seven days until my boss, at the time, bailed us out. We are still both puzzled as to how and why this occurred, in the first place. We were... Read more »
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