Tampa Child Custody Lawyer.
Answered over 2 years ago.
I agree with my fellow colleagues. You can go back to court.
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I agree a hearing may already be set. Call to confirm though.
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I agree. To have peace of mind consult with an attorney.
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I agree with my colleague's answer. Since your spouse wants rotating schedules it seems he will be somewhat flexible when it comes down to finalizing the timesharing. Feel free to contact either attorney Morcroft or myself.
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I would be happy to discuss this legal matter. Please feel free to contact me at my office.
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I suggest browsing Avvo's attorney directory. This will allow you to find a local attorney to help with your legal matter.
The answer the your first two questions is no. The answer to your third question is yes.
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His immigration status would not be a factor in paternal rights.
I agree with my colleagues.
If you currently have a family attorney make them aware of this. If not, contact a local family law attorney to further discuss your case.
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