My daughter is very unhappy living with her mother. They move every couple of months and her mother refuses to give me a physical address . I haven't been able to see my daughter is 4 years. Do I need a lawyer who can practice in both states ?
The answer to that question depends on where the current custody order was entered. If the order is from California, you need a California attorney who is familiar with the local practices in the court where your action will be filed. If the order is from a Wyoming court, you need to contact a Wyoming attorney who may advise you the case will need to be moved to California. If the order is from another state, you should contact a California attorney.See question