They split up after being engaged for 2 yrs and have a child together. I recorded him telling me she has no desire to bond or be around my son, does not support his fathers relationship with him, and wants to keep her daughter from my son because she claims my son might hurt her (completely... Read more »
It sounds like there's more to this situation that what is in your post. You might have a basis to modify your parenting plan. But simply having a recording like the one you described is probably not enough to "move the needle" in any way. You would need more compelling evidence....Read more »
I have a 7 yr old son with my ex husband. I became pregnant 2 months after being married, and all the red flags came clear to me. He is verbally and emotionally abusive, and he moved out when my son was only one. He never filed, and I intentionally waited to file til he was 3.5 yrs old, but we... Read more »
When you say "custody interference" are you referencing a family access motion? Or a motion to modify and/or motion for contempt? The way in which you respond depends on what he filed. If he is physically and emotionally abusive to the children, then you should think about filing a...Read more »
Her mother was legally married and living at home with her husband when we conceived the baby.
When the paperwork was done at the hospital for the birth cert. the hospital wouldn’t take the documents due to a conflict in last name but I never got the new paperwork but My last name made... Read more »
She was married to another man, but your name is on the social security card? And you did not sign an affidavit or take a paternity test, right? Very odd. Two possibilities come to mind. First, did she maybe file a paternity case or did the husband file a non-paternity case? They would have...Read more »
The most simplistic answer is that without a court order your father may not have legal rights to make decisions for you. This could cause problems at doctors' offices, schools, etc. The good news is that, yes, you do get a say in where you want to live. How much your voice is heard on the...Read more »
Father got a full order of protection against me last august. Since then we have tried working on things and hanging out and trying to make things work and getting back together. He never got the order dropped and we are no longer working on things. How is this going to play into what he just filed?
There is not enough information in your question to give you a good answer. Other than to say that you need to consult with an experienced family law attorney. It is pretty obvious that he is up to something but what his finial goals are would take a full review of the case, talking to you, and...Read more »
There is no clear answer to this as it is heavily dependent on the court that issued the original order. Some courts are particular about it and others tend to think forcing a 17 yr old to do anything is pointless. Unfortunately, the best thing to do is talk with the other parent. But be realistic...Read more »
Also, if you live in a different state then the child which states laws do you follow??? If you have it in your divorce decree to inform the other parent of moving to a different state with the child and fail to do that what legal action may the NCP take???
Child support can be changed any time there is a change in circumstances that effects overnights, health insurance, income of the parties, and other factors resulting in at least a 20% change or a change in who pays.
Relocation is a separate issue, though someone relocating can effect the...Read more »
You will need to contact an attorney who handles contested probate cases. Failure to properly serve or give due notice to a required party has serious consequences. However, you will need an attorney to help you assess if that's what happened in this instance.
In 2018 i, consented to a Stipulation consent to guardianship in the Missouri courts of Morgan County. Since that time the guardian has consistently denied &/or interfered in the court ordered visitations. I would like to file the necessary documents to the same courts ordering the guardian to... Read more »
If you were given a parenting time according to a parenting plan in the child's guardianship, then you can enforce that by filing a Family Access Motion. You can get assistance from counsel or go to the courthouse and ask the clerk to help you with the forms. By law, the clerk can somewhat...Read more »
We need to know what is considered a "formal request" of our son for his college transcripts so we can verify the hours he is taking and the grades he is making meet the guidelines for us to continue to pay child support.
There are two things to bring up when responding to this. The first is the literal answer. There is no formal method. You make a paper trail of asking. If you normally correspond by email, then request by email. You can send a certified letter asking for the transcript and grades to the child who...Read more »
My husband passed away and his family legally by default got temporary custody and my daughter saying that I was a drug addict I was not a good mom because of my drug use. I had all clean UA's to clean hair follicles and they dismissed the case before... Read more »
If you do not have a Declaration of Paternal Right established with the Court, then unwed fathers do not have rights to your child; and the mother may restrict your access to your child. Talk to an attorney local to you to assist you is legally declaring your paternal rights.
My son dropped out of college December of 2018, at that time he was 20 years old and a full time student. The divorce decree say I will pay while he is enrolled as a full time student (4 year degree) and child support for him will end if he is not. Family court is still taking money out of my... Read more »
Talk to a local lawyer about what to file to get the money back. The sooner you file the easier it will be. The family support division has no idea about your child not attending full time so you have to get the order changed. The division only has an order that states you have to pay. It does not...Read more »
He would not be a runaway as he is with his other parent. But his father would be causing parental alienation and is in violation of the parenting plan by not returning him. Talk to an attorney local to you to assist in a family access motion.
I'm in a situation where I feel like I can provide for myself and I'm unsafe with my family members because my father is abusive and I personally am not safe with other family because of certain beliefs my entire family has. I have a little bit of video of my dad screaming insults and... Read more »
You may qualify for emancipation if you can support yourself financially. However, if the situation is as severe as you say, you may want to call family services and inform them of your situation so you can be removed from the home. I would also encourage you to talk to your school counselor or a...Read more »
My ex-husband is impossible to coparent with. He is very vindictive and still angry that I left him after he assaulted me. I have been trying to discuss things with him like my son‘s preschool etc. because there are many things that I feel would be in the best interest of our son that he chooses... Read more »
If you cannot convince your ex to act in the way you desire and you believe he is violating the judgment of dissolution or parenting plan, your only viable option is to hire an attorney. Your ex might practice in front of more than one of the judges on the court, but you could have taken an...Read more »
The biological mom of my 2 daughters lost them to state in 2015 never did anything to get them back my husband and I got the kids and at that time he recieved full custody also, with the bio mom receiving 1 hour supervised visits a week and 2 phone calls. Well she has always been a heavy addict... Read more »
This is something you'll need to consult with a local attorney about to see if judges in your area will modify the judgment. It sounds like you've already gotten everything you can from the court short. You would have to show some sort of detriment to the kids to get no contact between a...Read more »
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