My daughter has joint conservator placement of her nephew
My daughter has joint conservator placement of her nephew who is seven. She and her husband have been awarded the child through the court system starting at age three. They have provided him a good home and positive inclusion into their family with three children of their own. The child's father (non-custodial) would like to keep him for 6 months to assist with caring for his son and developing a closer father son relationship. How can we honor his request without backlash from the legal system? The child's mother is the other joint conservator with secondary privileges, but in the best interest of the her seven children was not allowed to permanently keep the child. Five out of six children were placed by CPS into foster care. Three children were removed and placed with my daughters and another child's grandmother.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Houston,( Harris County), TXJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes, the placement of this child was awarded by the court.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The child seems to have a problem, since he still wets the bed at almost eight years of age.
I am an unmarried father with paternity has been established
I am an unmarried father with paternity has been established via an affidavit in the state of Arizona. I am currently in a somewhat hostile situation with my ex as she continues to change my ability to see my son. I was able to see him every weekend and bring him my home in Chandler Arizona after picking him up in Douglas Arizona she seems to react when she gets angry at me and make changes to this visitation or tries to cancel the visitation on a regular basis we have no child support in place however I supported my son and provide her funds monthly with no questions or concerns. I also provide my son's Health Care. I have a hard time understanding simply because we're unmarried why fathers in my position are treated so less than fathers who are married. I would like to see about the possibility of seeking joint and physical custody. The laws don't seem to support the father in the scenario and I am concerned I'm a good father she does not question that but she tends to use him and hold him against me I recently asked her why she's changing the visitation and she simply said because I can I'm lost I love my son and I just want some good time with him he's eighteen months old and I know this is an important time for him to bond with me she also has very strong ties in Mexico for family is well-off and I have concerns that she could simply cross the border and never return if she already has a home in her name in Mexico I don't know if I have the right to put in place a block at the border since there's been no legal documents in place other than paternity being established I really need help
Greetings, I am currently living in Costa Rica with my son,
Greetings, I am currently living in Costa Rica with my son, and for the last 8 years, his mother and I have shared custody based on verbal agreements. Things have recently shifted and i am being villainized by her family, and I believe they are scheming to take control of my son's future. I was scheduled to bring him home this weekend, but they have not responded to my need to have a clear schedule of custody sharing, and my fear is that once I return him, they will start legal action that would keep him in their possession. I want to know my rights in this matter, are you available for a consultation by phone or skype since I am not in the country.
I have a question, My son who owns s own home has s
Hi I have a question, My son who owns his own home has his girlfriend living with him along with their son. They have been having issues and have decided to separate, she wants to stay in the home with her son and have him my son move out of the home., his home that he owns. Can she go to court and say that he has abandoned both her and his sonJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: New HampshireJA: Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No not yet, he seems to think that he does not need to talk to an attorney that hey can work things out on their own i do not trust her she has been physically violent towards himJA: Is there anything else the Family Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: No not that i am aware of we do not want this to get out due to the fact that he has a career in law enforcement and is afraid it may affect his jobJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Am I able to get child support first three and a half
Am I able to get child support for the first three and a half years of my child's life (when I had no / nor sought an order previously) from a father who was in my son's life from birth through the first 5 months of his life, disappeared, and now recently has had a DNA test through DCFS, confirming he is the father? If so, what form and in which Court would I need to file in? I am referring to years past, not moving forward.Thank you very much.Nichole
Unmarried couple with minor child. She has already moved out
Unmarried couple with minor child. She has already moved out of state and we have a temporary custody hearing in 2 weeks. Can she move out of state? If joint custody is determined must she then move back or give up some of her custody rights?
What are the first steps that need to be taken in setting up
What are the first steps that need to be taken in setting up visitation when the parents arent married? My son and his ex have a 9 year old son. There is a support order in place but no custody or visitation order and he would like to establish that as she now wants to move out of state with the child.
De Vaal, and live in Marfa TX My ex is taking me to court
Good morningMy name is ***** ***** Vaal , and live in Marfa TXMy ex is taking me to court for child supporthave already paid +/- $44000.00 in the last 4 1/2 years2 1/2 years after my daughter was born I found out she was already marriedand did not get a divorce till less than a year before she left meI was reading that when a child is born and the mother is married it is his child ?am I legally bounded to pay child support?can I demand the return of what I already paidthanksMarcel