To protect yourself and any evidence that may be obtained during the phone conversations I would suggest you get a court order allowing you to monitor calls with someone else or at the minimum advising the other party they are being monitored.
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First look at your current orders. Do they prevent you from taking the child of the country? Many orders will state you cannot remove the child from the state for the purpose of changing the child's residence.
If you have to file with the court be sure to start well before your vacation time. Court calendars are usually full and it make take a month or so (if not longer) to get the matter heard.
Like the previous response I would suggest you go to the hearing and tell the Judge you have not been served. I would also contact an attorney in your area, many such as myself offer free consultations. I practice in Fresno and there are ways to put a stop to all this, sanctions, attorney fees among others.
There is no statue of limitations. The court will look at the facts and determine if there is a need for a restraining order. As stated by others restraining orders are to protect those in imminent harm. From the facts you have given I do not see a threat of harm to your fiance. What you wrote on Facebook by itself is probably not enough to get a child abduction order. I am a link to Family Code 3048 which list the factors the courts look at regarding abduction
You have not met the elements for a change of venue therefore I suggest you meet with an attorney in your area and go over the facts with them. What often times is perceived as not fair is powered by the party not getting their way. If you feel you have been wrong meet with an attorney and see what they suggest.
Many attorneys, such as myself, offer free consultations.
First of all you have to be served correctly, dropping off on your door step is not proper. That's the first thing I would tell the judge. As has been said judges have seen it all. Tell your side calmly.
Contact a local attorney to assist you if you feel you can't do it on your own.
My question to you would be, who paid the premiums prior to separation? There are other issues here such as they are disability payments. You need to contact an attorney in your area to review your documents.
I cruise quite a lot so I am assuming that you have a suite and not just one room as one room on a cruise would be pretty crowded.
I agree with my colleague I would file with the court to get a ruling because you are going out of state (and I assume the country) and there are too many things that could go wrong at the last minute (ex change his mind and raise a stink). I think your best course of action is to have an order signed by a judge permitting you to take the cruise. I would also...
As my colleague stated your orders should address this. If they do not you can either reach an agreement by signing a stipulation and filing it with the court or file a motion to have the court make an order.
I am a Fresno attorney and offer free consultations should you want to discuss this.