Is there anyway I can do this without children going to court?
No, you will need a court order granting your physical custody.
I should mention, "going to court" does not necessarily mean a big trial. Contact a local family law attorney and schedule a consultation.
Good luck.See question
So me and my fiance are both filing for divorce. I have filed in Kings county on may 4 2017 and for her divorce we will file on jun 8 2017 in Bronx county( had to wait 41 days after summon was served). Since I read online different speculations on...
It can tale up to 6 months to have your divorce granted after all documents have been drafted, filed, and served correctly. If there is an error in any of your papers, you will need to correct said errors and resubmit your final paperwork.See question
So my significant other is looking to sue his ex for full and sole custody. Co-parenting is almost impossible when the other party is insane. She's gone as far enough to drop her kid off and then call the cops. How much would an attorney and court...
Fees vary per firm. You need to use the Find a Lawyer tab, and have your significant other contact Pittsburgh area lawyers and schedule consultations.See question
Just wanted to get an idea of what the benefits of having a lawyer. What normally happens in family court when a lawyer is present.
A lawyer is familiar with the law, drafting documents, appearing in court, and advocating on their client's behalf.
Child custody is a very sensitive matter, and representing yourself because you don't see the point of having a lawyer is a very bad idea.See question
Received a notice from an attorney asking to sign this. My wife and I have been divorced since 95, she filed for bankruptcy in 12 and house is currently in foreclosure. In divorce decree she was to remove my name from deed and note on house, but ...
Unfortunately, no one here will be able to assist you without reading the papers you received. You should have not have ignored the papers you received in the past.
Take everything you have, and visit a local attorney.See question
I recently moved to Mississippi but my marriage happened in Louisiana. Can I file in Mississippi or do I have to file in Louisiana?
You can file in Mississippi, assuming you meet the residency requirements.
If your spouse lives in Louisiana still, he or she may file there and have you served.See question
the parents have joint custody and the mother wants to move to texas
Refer to the custody agreement. It may provide information on how to handle a relocation matter.
Mother may need to petition the court, and get permission from the court, prior to moving.See question
If so, what paperwork do we need to file with the court to grant this permission?
You may go and sit in the court room, but you can not speak to the judge, interject, or act as legal counsel.See question
My husband hired an attorney and filed for divorce yesterday. We have been married 25 years and both of our children are over the age of 18. I don't really want a divorce but I can't make him stay so I have agreed. We have approximately one millio...
Hire your own lawyer. Your husband's attorney's job is to protect his client's best interests, not yours.See question
He's military and has been in north carolina on active duty for 2 years. He just switched careers, moved to the same town as me and our girls, got a house and job. He's taking me to court for 50% custody of our girls. I had given him 50% joint cus...
I'm going to echo the other answers and tell you to speak with, and retain, a local family law attorney.
There are many factors that go into consideration when it comes to child custody. Ultimately, a judge will rule in whatever is in the best interest of the children.See question