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My son's ex-wife has moved herself and a daughter in the
My son's ex-wife has moved herself and a young daughter in the house with a man who relinquished all rights to his own daughter 2 years ago. The document reads "the plantiff (boyfriend's exwife) shall have full legal and physical custody of the parties minor child. The parties agree that there is significant grounds for "boyfriend" visitation with the minor child to be supervised until she reaches the age of 18. He shall have visitation with the minor child twice a month with his ex-wife supervising." "Boyfriend" still pays child support and it actually increase from the original judgement of divorce finalized 4 months earlier. "Boyfriend's" exwife contacted my son and told him that his children should not be living there, but cannot reveal any details of the agreement. My son's ex wife refuses to move out of the house of her boyfriend as they plan to be married soon. MY QUESTION IS - Will the fact that "boyfriend" relinquished his rights to his child be enough for a judge to award my son custody of his child or would a judge need to know why "boyfriend" relinquished it?Thanks for your help with question
My husband and I are separated and living in the State of
My husband and I are separated and living in the State of Virginia.We have been living apart since Feb. 22, 2015. We have one child. My "ex" is an alcoholic. He allows me to give him a pharmacy bought BAC before driving or caring for our son.My question is this: Is it considered child endangerment or child neglect if I knowingly let the unsupervised visitation occur with my 10 year old and his father, if I have reasonable knowledge that his father is legally drunk (pharmacy BAC) at that time and allow the visitation to occur unsupervised?
My husband and I were granted temporary custody of our 2 yr
My husband and I were granted temporary custody of our 2 yr old grandson 8 weeks ago. The putative father, who lives with his sister, was given supervised visitation every other weekend. The father and his sister, who is named as a supervisor, are not following the guidelines of supervised visitation with the excuse that until they have "the papers" they don't know what the rules are and noone has explained anything to them. Note: He did not have representation at the court hearing. Our attorney has not given us copies of the court order yet. What should we do?JA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have talked to our attorney's admin. assistant a couple of times asking what the hold up is. I put a call directly into him this morning.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.
My son father keep denying my son and refuse to take a dna
My son father keep denying my son and refuse to take a dna test our son is now 6months he not once did anything for him when i try to ask him to get stuff he tells me no if we not together he calls my phone all with negative names and speaking threats and having calls from different numbers saying they gona kill me and my kids and saying he going to take our son away from me. i wasnt worry about that he been living with different people so i knew he was not stable . I want to know can i get custody of our son and can i request survive visitation for my son father. i would like for me and my kids to be safe! whenever he decides to want to see his son . Please tell me what i need to do
Modification of a current custody order with a request to
Modification of a current custody order with a request to leave state when there is domestic violence involved. Also in the current order is 50/50 custody and not alloud to leave the county or state without the other parents permission, also both parents are still married, one parent is in rehab and doesn't really know the other is wanting this. How would someone go about this process and as an opinion what ate the chances of something like this being granted given the information ubove?
I am filing a request aside of default judgement of my
I am filing a request for set aside of default judgement of my divorce case. Can I file a request for modification in cus today and visit ion simultaneously. Both are justified and each has a lot of evidence. I want to get custody fixed right away.. I'm in california
I had my custody pulled no cause at all.me and my ex-wifeView more family law questions
I had my custody pulled for absolutely no cause at all.me and my ex-wife told them all everything was going good.and a minors attorney who I have only talk to one time.and has only been in court twice.the frost time gave back my ex wife her custody back.after a emidite custody change by the mediator on .y d's or and to live primarily with the father.the second time in court which was a review.pull my custody out me on supervised visits,and vs e her sole custody for no cause at all.she said I disiobeyed court order by picking my son up early from school.and said I did it to keep my ex wife from picking him up.which is not true.I turned in a statement from the school showing they called me to pick him up.because he had a bloody noes.which was my time eny ways.then they tried to day or was my attitude.three months primer to this review three was no complaints.me and my ex wife told them e everything was going good.so it proved there was no attitude until this court pulled my custody for no reason at all.I haven't seen my son n four months.my ex wife has taken five out if six positive test for alcohol.I have taken no positive test ever.I am filing to the appeals court frost thing Monday.May 9 ,was when it was official.I need a appeals lawyer I can afford.I have already spent 25,000.,but Ian not losing my son.I am worried about him because if her drinking.I had her test two weeks ago.and she didn't show.that's another positive test.
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