I had been raising my 6 1/2 grandson all his life. 100% by myself for the past 5 years with no help from his mother(my daughter) or his dad. 3 weeks ago his father showed up with his name finally on the B.C. & they also called DCF making outrageous false allegations concerning my 16yo son. The... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney that can assist you after getting more information on your particular case. You could file a Petition for Temporary Custody by Extended Family in Family Court where a Judge will make a determination on whether or not it is in the child's best interest that...Read more »
I have a 6 1/2 yo grandson I have been caring for and supporting all his life. About 3 weeks ago his father showed up to my door with DCF and with his birth certificate. I was told I had to let him go with his father even though the child doesnt even know him. For the past 3 weeks I have been... Read more »
In family court (sounds like paternity in your case) there are no provisions for grandparent visitation. The only way that you might be able to pursue this is through dependency court. Look for a family attorney who specializes in dependency in your area that might give you a free or low cost...Read more »
In our family plan, it says it I cannot move more than 50 miles away. But he has moved over three times always in the 50 miles further and further. We’re almost at the furthest point we can be. I currently live in Miami I would like to move to Fort Lauderdale or maybe even south somewhere where... Read more »
Relocations are moving more than 50 miles from where you lived at the time that the parenting plan was entered. The move is not 50 miles from the Father. This could lead you both to living up to 99.9 miles from each other if you each move almost 50 miles from the original family home. This could...Read more »
In 2012 my daughter was taken into foster care because my ex was abusive to me. They said if I can't protect myself I can't protect her. I was eventually reunified after doing victim's classes, parenting classes ect. He did nothing, so was never reunified. He went to prison shortly... Read more »
Your ex is most likely taking you to court in the family law division. The Court that entered the Order reuniting you and your daughter and denying your ex contact with you daughter was the dependency court. That case is most likely closed at this point. While it was not a good idea for you to...Read more »
divorce end of Match 2020. Our son called up his dad and asked to live with him as he was unhappy with his chores. He lives in Orlando. We live in St. Augustine(over 2 hours away). His dad came and picked him up 2 days ago. I didn't want to fight with them(abuse in relationship, scared).... Read more »
If you cannot reach a resolution with the father then your only remedy is to go to court. It is unlikely in the divorce that the court would split up three children. However, you will both have a timesharing schedule defining when the children are with each of you. If he filed for divorce and then...Read more »
My ex moved out of state to NJ during this outbreak of covid-19. We have two children together and I have primary residency here in the state of Florida. He has not notified the courts in anyway about his moving out of state. After a week of being moved he tells me over the phone that he was faxing... Read more »
It appears that he has technically violated the visitation plan. If necessary, you can file a motion with the court which approved it (in your dissolution, I assume). If you seek to have him punished it will probably be a matter of proving how much of a health risk you have been during this...Read more »
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