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Since the children have lived in Nevada for more than 6 months, you have satisfied the Nevada residency requirements. You should first ask the California Court which entered the Custody Order to transfer the case to the Family Court in the County in which you presently reside in Nevada.
2. Then, file a Petition to Modify Custody with the Nevada Family Court in your County where your case was transferred. Your Petition to Modify Custody should allege, among other things, that you have completed the parenting classes and if they issued some kind of Certificate of Completion, or anything to indicate your completion of the parenting classes, attach that as an Exhibit. Then be sure to allege that the fatheer permits you only limited visitation
, if any; that the father has told you and the children that he does not want you to be part of their lives; that although the father was awarded custody, the children are not with him, nor does he take care of them; that the father has relinquished the care of the children to his parents, ( Names of his parents who take care of the children) ;
that the grandparents will not allow you to visit with your children; that the grandparents have also told you and the children that they do not want you to be part of your sons' lives; that both the father and his parents have alienated the children from you
; that the father and his parents discourage any relationship between you and your sons.
3. Contact the following organiations and ask for "Pro Bono" Attorney. These re Attorneys who volunteer their time to represent individuals who ordinarily could not fford private counsel:Nevada Bar Association Lawyer Referral - http://www.nvbar.org/
Clark County Legal Services - Clark County Pro Bono Project
800 S 8th St
Las Vegas, NV
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