My child is to be picked up by his mother from daycare at 5pm on every other Friday. I do not have to work so I am able to keep him to exercise more visitation with him. His mother says that the only way I am able to do this is if I meet my mother...
Is your mother providing transportation for the child's mother? I'm not clear on your question. However, if the order does not specifically state who must do the transportation, any person the child knows and is comfortable with, may do so. If you have further questions, I suggest you consult with an attorney in person. Good luck.See question
The father of my 6 month old child and i have and interim custody order resolved 2/10/17 in an expedited custody hearing. We had a masters conference on tuesday 2/28/17, where we did not come to an agreement so a date for a custody trial was given...
From what you described, it would seem that whatever order was entered at the February 28, 2017 conference would be in effect pending your custody hearing scheduled for October. I cannot advise strongly enough, that you need an attorney. An attorney would enforce the order at that conference by petitioning the court for relief. Good luck!See question
Father and mother were not together while mother was pregnant. He was not present during delivery. His name is not listed on birth certificate. He visits with the child three days out of the week. He had shown a pattern of aggressive escalation si...
It doesn't matter whether or not his name is on the birth cerificate. All he has to do is sign an acknowledgment of paternity and he may pursue custody of the child. Mother is right to be concerned about the outcome when filing for custody as such outcome is an unknown. I strongly suggest that you retain an attorney to represent you in this matter or at least come up with the money for a Custody consultation before mother makes any rash decisions. Good luck!See question
Previously my child's other parent has lied about hiring an attorney and I would like to know if they are required to disclose if they are going to have one present or not during our upcoming conciliation conference so that I am not blindsided aga...
No one is mandated to disclose whether or not they have an attorney. I suggest that you retain an attorney to represent you in your custody matter, as an attorney knows what factors the court must consider and shall articulate them better than a non-attorney.See question
My ex filed for trial in custody after two orders were already put into place. I make too much to get any kind of legal aid, but don't make enough to be able to afford a retainer for a lawyer. I am out of time and am lost as to what to do!!!
You need to search the site find an attorney that accepts payment plans. Many of us do. It is unwise to represent yourself in custody proceedings. Good luckSee question
I feel like a lawyer will help represent me , My emotions I think will be the thing that won't help So if affordable will it help in filing for custody
Many attorneys offer payment plans. I suggest searching this site to find an attorney that you are comfortable with that accepts payment plans. Good luck!See question
I missed court thinking it was on another date we were to have a conciliation hearing to modify my custody from every other weekend to no custody
If you were properly served and mother filed an affidavit of service, an order may be entered against you. If that is the case, you should retain an attorney to file a petition for modification as soon as possible to address this issue. Good luck!See question
He came in my parents took my children and left for missouri. He will not let me have any contact. There sick my son has Cavaties. What do i do. My daughter is very congested she needs nebulizer treatments.
You need to retain an attorney immediately to file for custody and to request the children be returned to you. I, as well as others on this site, practice in Lancaster and work on the weekends and are happy to assist you. Time is of the essence. Good luck!See question
I let a woman I know move in to my house 3 weeks ago along with her children, because they had no place to go. We have no lease, and she gave me some cash, but not what she had promised. Since she's moved in it's been very volatile and I fear for...
If you had a sexual relationship with her and you are in fear of imminent bodily injury, you can file a petition for protection from abuse. If this is not the case, you may need to formally evict her. This is not the proper Avenue to address these issues, as this is a child custody posting spot.See question
I don't know what my options are, but it's now involving my kids and I don't want them to be exposed to it. My ex husband was abusive (physically, mentally, sexually.) he hit me, kicked me, punched me, choked me until I would almost pass out. He f...
You need to retain an attorney asap to discuss your matter and detail and advise regarding the statute of limitations of the sexual and physical abuse use allegations as well as your custody issues. I, as well as many others on this site practice in Lancaster county and would be happy to assist you. The court will take into consideration the abuse when determining child custody. Good luck!See question