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Erin Elizabeth Wright

Vancouver Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Am I going to have to pay 1/2 the out of state transportation costs?!

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Erin Elizabeth Wright
    2. Frances Turean
    2 lawyer answers

    Good afternoon. I am sorry to hear about this stressful situation for you. If your son is 2.5 years old and has not seen or spent time with his father in a long time or ever, you should ask the court to enter for a reunification process which will occur locally. This will often include phone calls supervised by a counselor specializing in reunification that lead to personal visits locally again supervised by a counselor. From there, it should go to a long distance parenting plan if visitation...

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  2. My girlfriend is 6months pregnant, she is 17 and i am 18, her parents are saying thatthe baby will be living there full time and

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Teresa Lynn Border
    2. Erin Elizabeth Wright
    3. Frances Turean
    3 lawyer answers

    When a baby is about to be born into a split family, it can be difficult. When your daughter has the child, you should file with the court for a Parenting Plan and Child Support. The Parenting Plan will be a court order that will determined based on what is in the best interest of the child. The Parenting Plan will lay out a Dispute Resolution Process, Decisionmaking Authority, Residential Schedule, and who is the Custodial Parent. Parenting Plans can be simple when the two parties work...

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  3. Moving a child

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Erin Elizabeth Wright
    1 lawyer answer

    Your daughter's mother is relocating your daughter to a new district. She is required to give you timely notice of the relocation. You have 30 from when you received the notice to object to the relocation and/ or move to modify the parenting plan. There are 11 factors in determining whether or not a relocation will be allowed under RCW 26.09.520. The presumption is that the relocation will be allowed, but the objecting party can rebut that presumption. A relocation is grounds for revisiting...

  4. Moving a child to new school district

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael A. Aronoff
    2. Erin Elizabeth Wright
    2 lawyer answers

    Your daughter's mother is relocating your daughter to a new district. She is required to give you timely notice of the relocation. The above quoted part of the parenting plan is explaining how she must give you notice. You have 30 from when you received the notice to object to the relocation and/ or move to modify the parenting plan. There are 11 factors in determining whether or not a relocation will be allowed under RCW 26.09.520. The presumption is that the relocation will be allowed, but...