friend is here illegally and wants to stay in the country
It depends on how this person came into the country and a whole host of other factors. A consultation with an attorney is most appropriate.See question
My husband has a custody agreement stating he has full custody but legal custody is shared. he's had custody for almost 3 years in June. He was thinking about giving the mother come summer time Monday through Sunday, the agreement now is every oth...
He should consult with an attorney who can look at his custody agreement. Monday through Sunday for an entire summer seems extreme (only one night with Dad?) Why the dramatic change? She can always file
for a modification as long as there is a substantial change of circumstance. I urge caution.
My trial for reunification in lieu of adoption was extended for 6 months ,after the judge determined that dcf was negligent in helping me with reunification.i would like restitution for their negligence
I think that perhaps you should focus on the reunification with your child if the judge gave you an
extension, then worry about other issues. All your energy should be on your immediate task
at hand. Good luck, and listen to your attorney.
I'm seeking Joint Custody of my 3 month old daughter and the mom is afraid that DCF is going to get involved because I filed the paper work. We both have had DCF in our lives in the past.
If you have no current involvement with DCF and no requirements or service plan then probably not but I do not know your DCF history and any attorney advising both of you would want access to DCF dispositions of your case. Good luck.See question
i already take the kids beyond the days in the visitation order. also she was just caught lying to dcf about letting her boyfriend abuse my son.
Your complaint for modification needs to document a substantial change in circumstances from the original judgment. If there is abuse you may want to file emergency temporary orders, but an attorney would need to review all the relevant facts before offering you advice on what can quickly become a tricky matter.See question
Can you transfer your child's Department of Children and Families Funds and Insurance from Massachusetts to North Carolina? She is Legally Adopted. She is on a full Individual Education Plan with services in school and outside of school; sp...
The best resource for you is to contact DCF. Good luck.See question
My kids mother has lost temporarily custody of my kids I have had a bad past but I've been fighting to get them even with my record going to groups urines anything they want is there a chance because I changed my life to get my sons
I cannot answer that without access to your files and history, however if this is a DCF matter you should sit down with the lawyer appointed to you to work on your service plan. Good luck.See question
I posted another question about this on here and I am trying to make it more specific. I need to find a new Attorney and I'm starting to look this week. I'm told that the transcript for the 1st day of my divorce/custody trial isn't available...
If you need a transcript and the recording is lost, then generally in my experience both attorneys submit proposed testimony and then the judge makes a decision. Why do you need the transcript? For an appeal? How do you know it is missing? Has it been certified as lost?See question
I am trying to get my baby back.i have done everything on my service plan and even have an indian card .dcf was caught in lies that delay me from reunification.now the baby is 2 in a half and dcf wants adoption by the foster parents
You have a court appointed attorney, I recommend you sit down with that professional and get a "to-do" list, that way you know exactly what is expected of you. Good luck.See question
I have 2 kids, both 13, twins, Dad has a court order for visitation, but doesn't keep up with it..... my question is, are they at a legal age to deny going with him if they don't want to?
If there is a bona fide substantial change in circumstance from the last order, you may be successful with a modification. The Court may assign a GAL or ARC attorney to discover the children's wishes, which can be considered, but are not the only factor considered when making a change in custody or parenting time. An attorney could map out your options more fully.See question