Thank you for your answer. Follow up question, what do you mean she, the mother of the child, can allow my son to enlist. Just so you know, the only reason, my son was considering turning over his parental rights, is so he can enlist. He plans on supporting his daughter $$, and he will state that in court. He just wants to be able to enlist and be on active duty.
So please clarify, what do you mean ? The mother needs to make a formal declaration, some type of document stating that she is okay with it, that eventually my son can present to the recruiter. Is that what you mean?
Once again Thank you. One more question, I think it might be the last one.
In regards to myself, grandma, the visitation, is not an issue, and I don't expect it to become one. I babysit my granddaughter often, sometimes 3 days week, while the mom is either in a college class or at work at the supermarket.
So my question is, this modification of custody, is this something that only a lawyer can do ? Or can the Child Support agent that is assigned this particular case, handle this needed modification.
And if its only handled with a lawyer, should I find one as soon as possible and have them be their in court on the 22 of August. Or is this all paper work and we just present needed documents on that court date?
Thank you, Thank you psimmions
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