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Nazar M Khan

Nazar Khan’s Answers

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  • Family Court - Restraining Order

    I have a pending protection order against the father of my son, under domestic violence report. After he was told about the pending order, he disappeared. I got in contact with his father to serve the court date, however, he proceed to threat me a...

    Nazar’s Answer

    As to the father of your son, the more effective way to serve him is to go to the local police precinct and have the police serve him. If he does not appear in court after service, the court will grant you an order of protection on default or after inquest.
    As to the grandfather of your child, you can file a separate petition seeking an order of protection against him. He is the grandfather of your child and he threatened you with physical harm. The court will then determine if the threat consititues family offense warranting an order of protection. Good luck

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  • Is there a law in NY which states that a 7 yr old kid cannot sleep on a separate bed in the same room with his parents??

    I was hospitalized after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, my son was taken away from me and placed in foster care because i was a single mom and had no family USA. I am married now and me and my husband had a 2 bed room apartment but suddenl...

    Nazar’s Answer

    There is no such a law that prohibits a 7 year old child from sharing a bedroom with a patent. In your case, when the agency states that "it's the law", it usually means a court order condition of release. Similar to other conditions like you must continue to see a doctor, take your medication, and comply with agency supervision. The agency is also obligated to assist you with housing if the agency believes the current housing is not appropriate. So to make it easy for yourself, arrange for sleeping accommodation outside of your bedroom and have the agency inspect it and approve it before child is released to you. Good luck

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  • Do I have a case to obtain full custody ?

    I have joint custody of my 9 and 12 year old daughters who live with their mom. I have them every other day and every other weekend, and sometimes even on their mom's days because she chooses partying over the kids. She has driven drunk with them,...

    Nazar’s Answer

    It is a high burden to take away custody from a custodial parent. The burden is on you to prove change of circumstances. You have a much better chance once the children are assigned an attorney and they confirm the allegations and their desire to live with you. It will also help if mother was found to have neglected the children or there are child protective reports against her. You need an attorney for this case.

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  • Visitation

    I need to take my child's father to child support but I'm afraid about the visitation part although he don't care about his child at all and don't even see his child he is very much a sexual predator he preys on women when I was pregnant he had an...

    Nazar’s Answer

    The best interest of the child requires a loving relationship with both parents. If the father is committed and wants to see the child, he will definitely get a visitation order. The only questions the type of visits. It may start with therapeutic visits to supervised visits to limited day visits. It's a step by step process. The court may order the father to take parenting classes or other services if needed.

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  • How do I get a family court order corrected?

    I received a family court order today for visitation with my children but they forgot to include one of the children. My attorney is out of the office. What can I do to get it corrected immediately. The visit is scheduled for Monday the 11th and I...

    Nazar’s Answer

    Go to KFC 6th floor petition room and either ask that order be corrected or file an order to show cause to see the same judge that day. Once you are before the judge, ask for correction. The petition room should be able to correct the order if it was a clerk's error.

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