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I'm in Florida and my ex wife and I have shared parental
I'm in Florida and my ex wife and I have shared parental responsibility. She recently enrolled my daughter in a daycare without discussing this matter with me and refuses to place me on the pick up list even during my timesharing and is requesting I drop her off there and then have to deal with my ex's grandmother to pick my daughter up during my timesharing. Is there anything I can do so that I can pick my daughter up and can the daycare prevent me from picking her up on my time?
Had children (twins) with a guy in Louisiana when I was
Had children (twins) with a guy in Louisiana when I was younger. We split up and we agreed to split the custody 50/50. He's gone back on his word and I haven't gotten to see my girls. I never signed any papers at all relinquishing my parental rights or anything like that at all. I now live in SC he is still in LA. Dont know my options and lawyers round here are too expensive!
My former boyfriend and I have shared parenting of our 13 y/o
My former boyfriend and I have shared parenting of our 13 y/o daughter at present lives with him by her choice and we agreed, my question: he is presently in jail for domestic violence against his live in girlfriend, this is his 12th arrest for the same, my daughter wants to continue to stay at his house with his girlfriend, I feel she is not safe there and he is not their What avenue or who do I call to get a temporary emergency custody? my daughter doesn't want to come to my home because I do not live in her school district I just want her with me safely. Yesterday I went to pick her up from school and her father's girlfriend took her out of school early without my knowledge What do I do? Please advise Soon Thank you Brittney Rummer
My baby's father and I have shared parenting. He gets her for
My baby's father and I have shared parenting. He gets her for a few hours on Wednesday and every other weekend. But she comes home scratched up and dirty. She does not take a bath the whole weekend she is with him and I have had to take her to the doctors several times because her private area was red and hurting. The doctor said it came from her not being wiped or cleaned. He also, does not come get her, when it is his time to have her. He has also constantly harassed me to the point I had to get police involved. I also have to call the police out a lot just to get my child back. At this point, I want to know what I can do legally to put an end to all this. I've tried talking to him and this has gone on for 4 years.
Question on stepparent adoption..SITUATION: I have been with
Question on stepparent adoption..SITUATION: I have been with my husband for 4 years, married for two. He has two daughters from a previous marriage. Ages 5 and 8. From the moment I came in the picture the real mom was hardly involved in their life. I have raised them as my own and they call me mom. My oldest stepdaughter has numerous times asked If I could be her real mom and adopt her and the youngest thinks Im her real mom. Their bio mom does have contact with them but its very slim. All together they probably receive 20 phone calls a year and see her an average of 3 times a year. And these visits are with the help of her grandmother. She can never seem to have them alone. She is in and out of jail, currently on probation. She up and moved 7 hours away and didn't even say anything till she was gone. She moves several times a year. At one point lived 5 minutes from us and we didn't even know till like 3 months later. She does not help out at all financially. They do have a parent schedule. Shared parenting, with my husband having primary decision making. But she does not and has not followed the agreement. She will by no means just sign rights away because she likes to pretend she is this amazing mom. Do we meet circumstances where we could fight for a stepparent adoption? Thank you
Do you know anything about Arkansas family law? My 17 year
Do you know anything about Arkansas family law? My 17 year old son has a 3 week old baby boy and the mom and her parents are restricting the baby's time with his dad (us). I need to know what the law says.A. How does the visitation system work?B. When can we get day visits without the mom?C. When can we get over night visitation?So far we have not contacted any attorney and we do not yet have court appointed visitation.
My husband is divorcing me. We are both military with schedules
My husband is divorcing me. We are both military with schedules that switch from days to nights roughly every quarter. What can I reasonably ask for as far as a parenting plan is concerned? My daughter is 15 months old and he is divorcing me through Florida. Thank you for your time!
My husband is a respectful father of my 8 yr old syep
My husband is a respectful father of my 8 yr old syep daughter. At this time, her mother is making unsafe decisions for the child's living arrangements and safety. We have served her with an objection to a relocation and a modification to the parenting plan. At this time the mother has exceeded the 30 day time frame to obtain a lawyer. Our lawyer plans to ask for a default judgement in a couple of weeks. Two part question, since we originally only put in for a modification (still sharing custody just more.time with Dad than mom) at thst default judgement hearing are we allowed to ask for sole custody or would we have to file a new order? Second, one of our fears is if anything ever happened to my husband, her mom would again have custody. Can we do anything in this order to name me as a joint/shared custodian for my stepdaughter in the event that anything should ever happen to my husband?
I am filing uncontested divorce and my husband livesView more family law questions
I am filing for an uncontested divorce and my husband lives in the UK. We have a 6 year old daughter together and I'm trying to figure out how a way to setup the visitation schedule. She is too young to fly to the UK alone and her father and I have agreed that when I am financially able to I will accompany her on a flight over for a visit. We are both okay with her flying solo when she's at least 12 or 13. He does not have the money to fly over here and was a visa overstay so he probably can't come in the country for at least another 9 years (at this point).She speaks to him at least once daily using FaceTime. This is a very amicable separation and I've agreed to very limited child support (enough to cover an activity or two each season). I need some advice on how to word this in a way that a judge will accept and will make everyone happy.