would an indecent exposure charge prevent or limit the ability to gain custody or visitation? The child currently resides in SC with her mother and I live in the midwest. I did some checking and there isn't any explicit rule, law, or petition (if you will) that prohibits a registered low risk s.o. from having custody or visitation.
JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?
Customer: My ex wife has filed in the state of SC for a hearing in family court
. We were married and divorced in Japan (shes a native of that country and I'm a US citizen) We've been divorced for 3 years but never addressed our separation/divorce in front of a judge. I have not talked to a lawyer as I am still searching for one in SC.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: During the marriage and my offense I was in the air force and was convicted under the UCMJ. My charges do not translate, as far as I know, as a recognizable felony or misdemeanor
under ND. My only requirement was that I register as an offender for a period of 15 years. I live with my fiance and her son, and a child we have together. I have been given permission under my release to have contact with her children and to have contact with my daughter, the child I have with my ex wife.