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Can I sue a school of privacy? I have sole custody of my
Can I sue a school for breach of privacy? I have sole custody of my daughter and his(the father) family members work at the school. I was asked to provide proof of custody otherwise they would not accept her application registration for kindergarten
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.
My daughter in Virginia now, was in Florida in 2010 and was
My daughter in Virginia now, was in Florida in 2010 and was given a legal document that stated she had legal sole custody of her son. One year later got back together with common law husband. They split up again 3 weeks ago and he has filed for custody of child in state of Virginia. Are her custody papers from Florida valid in the state of Virginia? He has never had drivers license (age 30 now) and no job, very abusive. Can She leave state?
I am going through a divorce and initally we agreed on Joint
hello, I am going through a divorce and initally we agreed on Joint custody. My Ex wife has now suggested that she get sole custody since it will work in my oldest sons favor for financial aid for college. We have a good relationship now, as good as can be, but I can not really seem to find good information on what it really means to give up custody, legally anyway. Can you provide me with any examples where this can come back to haunt me?
JA: . How can we help? Customer: I had a question regarding
hiJA: Hello. How can we help?Customer: I had a question regarding sole legal custodyJA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: I had shared legal and shared physical custody.JA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: but in a masters conference today, I was petitioning to modify the visitation schedule as my oldest is 23, then 22, and the youngest is 15. so only applies to youngestJA: Is there anything else important you think the Family Lawyer should know?Customer: the master threw in a "suggestion" to give my ex sole legal custody.JA: 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.Customer: he said it was so she could make important medical decisions for urgent care. but I didn't realize the other ramifications of what that meant.
I am planning on moving to California with my 2 minor children.
I am planning on moving to California with my 2 minor children. I have sole legal custody and their father does not have any legal visitation. However, their father has been having visits with them in the last year. I am wondering what I might be up against if their father does not want me to move.JA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No, our divorce was settled in 2011 and the final custody in 2013. I have not spoken to an attorney sinceJA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Family Lawyer can help you best. Is there anything else important you think the Family Lawyer should know?Customer: Okay, I am going to pull up the court docs so I can provide you with exact verbiageJA: 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.
My children's father (the noncustodial parent) has not seen
My children's father (the noncustodial parent) has not seen or talked to the boys since September where shortly after in September the courts files a cease visitation and telephonic visitation based on his inability to be consistent and continuing to go long periods of time without any contact and not completing the requirements of the court to lift supervised visitation... I have now found out he moved out of the state without letting us know at all... Can I file willful abandonment and termination of parental rights? The judge ordered that he SHALL call them every Tuesday and Thursday and SHALL have supervised visits with them every other weekend and not miss 2 or more visits in any 6 month period and that he is to notify me and division of child support 60 days prior to any change of address. He is over 6 months delinquent in child support also and has now been living in AZ for several months.
My granddaughter previously had a passport, (only mothers
my granddaughter previously had a passport, (only mothers name was on birth cert) we let it expire (14yrs old now) My daughter (her mother) was never married to the dad and when we sent in the paperwork for another one, we noticed somehow is name is ***** ***** the birth certificate. When we tried to get it renewed it was questioned. In Ohio the mother has sole custody, so not sure why we need his permission, never pd child support, has seen her less than 10 times in her 14 yrs. Here is a copy of the email we were sent.Thank you for your recent passport application. However, additional information is needed to process your request. The Code of Federal Regulations, Title 22, Section 51.28 provides that U.S. passport applications for children under the age of 16 require the consent of both parents or legal guardians.Since the application was only signed by one parent/guardian, please submit one of the following:· A notarized statement of consent including the child's full name and date of birth and listing the non-applying parent's/guardian's relationship to the minor, along with a copy of front and back of a photo identification from the non-applying parent/guardian authorizing passport issuance for the child. Limited or qualified consent statements are not acceptable. (The non-applying parent may use the enclosed DS-3053, Statement of Consent: Issuance of a U.S. Passport to a Minor Under Age 16); or· A court order specifically permitting the applying parent/guardian to apply for the child's U.S. passport; or· A court order granting sole legal custody to the applying parent/guardian (unless the child's travel is restricted by that order); or· A certified U.S. birth certificate, foreign birth certificate, or Form FS-240, Consular Report of Birth Abroad listing only the applying parent; or· An adoption decree if the applying parent is the sole adopting parent; or· A judicial declaration of incompetence of the non-applying parent/guardian; or· A power of attorney that specifically grants the applying parent/guardian permission to apply for the child's U.S. passport; or· The death certificate of the non-applying parent/guardian.Please note the following important details on acceptable documentation:· Court orders must be complete, and include the child's name and judge's signature;· If the name of the parent/guardian is different than the name on the documents, evidence of legal name change is required.· Notarized statements of consent must be signed on the same day by the non-applying parent/guardian in the presence of a certified notary public, be less than three months old, and accompanied by a photocopy of the front and back side of the photo identification presented to the notary public.What can we do to obtain a court order or something else?
Olivia,I am going through a separation. We are not married, but haView more family law questions
HI Olivia,I am going through a separation. We are not married, but have lived together for the last 6 years. I quit my job when we had our daughter, and I have been the primary care taker of her. I drive her to school every day, take her to doctor's appointments, and sign her up and take her to her activities. I even have solely been the one actively searching for K-school. Since I asked my partner to leave, he says he now wants 50 % custody. It's been a week. Before, he would leave the house and return after she was asleep and not see her for 3 days straight without contact, now, he's been calling he every night. While I understand that he should have visitation rights, I would like to maintain full custody - physical and legal - of her. How do I go about doing that?