I am trying to get custody of my child. The judge ordered the mother full custody at a temporary custody hearing. I have proof that the mother committed perjury under oath. Is this adequate grounds for an appeal?
If you are not represented by counsel, you need to be as you are not getting the results you hoped for. That is the first issue to address. If you are represented by counsel, this is not the proper place to address your question. To appear a judge's order, it must be a final order. Temporary orders by definition are not final and thus are subject to appeal. It would be better to develop a comprehensive strategy designed to attempt to get you closer to your goals. Good luck to you.See question
ANNUAL EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION: The parties agree to exchange financial information, including, but not limited to, current pay statements, individual and corporate income tax returns for the most recent tax year, with attachments, balance sheets,...
If one parent's financial circumstances changes dramatically, this language is there to allow for a change, modification or the establishment of a child support obligation.See question
This schedule shall be the regular parenting time schedule until modified by agreement of parties or court order? Does this mean that this will be the regular parenting time schedule unless we the parents decide by mutual agreement to motion for i...
If the other parent has holiday time, you cannot take a vacation if it means the other parent would lose holiday parenting time.See question
I am 17 living in the state of Colorado. I am aware Colorado does not have an Emancipation statute. A district attorney decided my parents home was not emotionally stable for me to live in, and with my parents consent I moved into a home I pay ren...
Mr. Ramunda has provided a very comprehensive response to your question. It really depends on what your parents' reaction is to the move.See question
If someone files for divorce against their spouse, but regrets it, is there a way to get it dropped and not go through with the divorce? If so, what does the process include?
Ms. Utesch is right on point with her response to you.See question
I have completed the DNA test with the court and he is my son. On Friday I have court for child support. I haven't seen him sense he was a week old be his mom is not super into me being in his life at all. It's been almost 9 months
Your next logical step is to schedule an appointment with a family law attorney to discuss and develop a comprehensive plan of action focused upon accomplishing the goals you have with regard to your son. Good luck to you.See question
My Ex Wife lied about the dates of her pregnancy, I was working out of state for two months and she was unfaithful. She told the courts the baby wasn't mine so we could get divorced and she could shack up with one of her many other guys. At the ti...
If she misled the court about paternity of this child, you should be able to reopen the dissolution of marriage and seek paternity testing. Alternatively, you could just file a Petition to Determine Paternity. You should discus this with a family law attorney as you probably will owe child support for the period of time that you have not been in this child's life. I congratulate you for being willing to step up and assume care of your children. I bet you are a great dad.See question
I am planning on filing a motion to relocate in the next month or so. The other parent already lives over 1500 miles away in Virginia. I'm sure he will contest the relocation as he generally contests everything, but I'm wondering what grounds he c...
You have favorable facts for a removal when one parent no longer lives in CO. Because removals are so difficult, I would recommend that you retain or at least consult with a family law attorney to give yourself the best opportunity to succeed with your goal.See question
Back in 2012 the judge said we make our own decisions. My sons dad won't budge
You would file a motion to modify the current parenting schedule. I strongly recommend a consult with a family law attorney so that you can educate yourself.See question
Why does the military need my divorce decree case number for?
Needing to know why the military seeks information requires you to ask the military person who made the request. It probably has to do with assuring benefits for those who are entitled.See question