Supervise Visit 1a Week I been showing up every week early if anything get there with my 2 kids and they do not wanna go up it’s at the court house the case worker comes down and gets the kids who r age 13 and almost 11 they do not wanna go my oldest says please don’t make and my 11 y/o says... Read more »
Yes, if you do not follow the court's order, you can get int trouble. Speak with your attorney to document your concerns. They will have a written report from the unit that will be sent to the judge in your case.
The testimony of a witness taken upon interrogatories, not in open court, but in pursuance of a commission to take testimony issued by a court, or under a general law on the subject, and reduced to writing and duly authenticated, and intended to be used upon the trial of...Read more »
I supported half our income on part time and am available most days to bring/pick up our son to school. I believe it would be in the best interest for him to have physical placement with me versus what his father wants which is shared placement (50/50). However, he works full time with many times... Read more »
...for sole physical custody of both children. They've resided with me since the separation in 2013 and there isn't/ has never been a court order in effect regarding custody or visitation. His contact with the children has continued to decrease, by his own choice, since the separation.... Read more »
He paid child support each month and there is no court order. She has sent him nasty txt msg about me to him and said it’s personal that’s why she is not letting him see his son. He has little money to pay a lawyer we need help. This poor little boy needs a relationship w his dad!!!
Recently my ex fiance non-custodial parent went to court and obtained a temporary custody of our daughter order on the grounds of neglect dcyf investigated and it was unfounded. On that court date my ex husband went to court with him and also filed a motion against me to get custody of my son.... Read more »
Work with your attorney to address the particulars. Even though DCYF allegations were unfounded, the Judge will consider the totality of the circumstances with a focus on the best interests of the child considering all the factors. these matters are complicated, and more so without the assistance...Read more »
There are many factors the judge must consider before deciding who "wins" in a custody battle. Mother is well advised to review ALL of the factors the judge will consider with a practicing family court attorney that she retains to prepare for the hearing.
Abuse in front of her don’t know what to do she has came home scared and crying uncontrollably on numerous occasions I don’t want to send her till I can get a court date would I be held in contempt for keeping her away ?
Are you she or he? Is she proposing an adoption by her new partner? Does he have an attorney? Does She? they both probably should. Support, custody, and parenting time issues may require separate cases in our family court. Attorneys who work in that area are well qualified to advise and guide them...Read more »
Child is 3, lives in RI with mother, she allowed him to visit father in Florida for a couple weeks. Father now states he wants baby and states he wont bring baby back on agreed date. Father is not answering calls or texts. is this kid napping? what should we do?
If the child's mother will help to support her child, that is great. If she does not have the ability to pay, that is sad. If you receive benefits from the state (health insurance etc.) the state will be interested in the mother's (and father) ability to help support the child. Thank you...Read more »
Yes you can. But you would have to prove that you are a better option than her and the best lawyer would be able to do just that. Don't hesitate to reach out for a free consultation with an attorney to go over your options.
After few months of not contacting the child, can that parent stop other parent from taking child out of the country? Can one parent stop other parent from seeing the child from other country, if that parent cannot stay here? what if other parent has no job and cannot afford attorney to take to... Read more »
That's quite a few questions. Depending on the travel of your case and any orders now in effect, the answers will vary. Meet with a family court attorney in private to go over the documents and evaluate your options.
I do not want to disrupt any relationship between him and my child. Is there any legal action I can take that will stop him from all of the verbal abuse? My child is now starting to show signs she is affected by this.
Meet with and retain a family court attorney to assist you in making proper arrangements. If DCYF is still open, they may be the ones who presently have legal custody . . . but it is impossible to tell without a thorough review of the case.
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