In 2014 I was arrested in Gainesville, Fl and while I was in incarnation my grandparents contacted DCF and my children was placed in thier. I was given a case plan and my Grandparents were granted temporary guardianship. I did not complete my case...
Yes, you can re-open the case. But it is challenging and there are steps that have to be specifically addressed by statute.
You likely need an experienced family law attorney.See question
Even though both parties are already in dispute about parenting plan and are awaiting final hearing for permanent time sharing plan/child support case? Since mediation was already at no agreement, can this be bypassed and go straight to a hearing ...
It depends largely on your judge.
You should talk with your lawyer about waiving mediation, but make sure the Court will approve of such. Many Duval County judges won't waive mediation.See question
One party in a divorce case has never filed "Certificate Of Compliance WITH MANDATORY DISCLOSURE"? What are the implications if any? What happens if the case goes to trial and it's still not filed?
Probably very little. If the required documents are not filed, a Court may compel the party to produce them. But if the matter is relatively straight forward and no one raises the issue, the Court will likely issue a divorce.
It does depend on the judge though.See question
As long as a legal guardian agrees does that make it okay? Also can they make that child come back at anytime?
There is not enough information here to really tell what you are talking about. There is a provision in the law for Temporary Family Custody. Is that what you are inquiring about?
And what "legal documents" are you referring to? A school or hospital will need a power of attorney or court order to deal with the child.See question
Like one asking for majority time sharing and another asking for standard time-sharing, in case majority time is denied by judge? Or am i only allowed to submit one propose parenting plan?
There is really not enough information here to give you any real guidance. But I think if you submit a plan with majority time sharing to you, the next logical step down is "standard."
However, a lot depends on the judge.See question
My husband is going to be incarcerated for a while, and I have fertility issues that threaten my ability to have children by the time he gets out. Do I have a right to request sperm samples from the prison medical staff from him? I am financially ...
It appears from your question your husband is "going to be" incarcerated. In that case, one would think now is the time to proceed with the banking process.
I agree with the prior attorney's comments that more research and information is needed. State of Federal? Jail or Prison? Location? Lots of questions.See question
he is not allowed to stay with his girlfriend and there son because of his conviction.
It is very hard to tell based on the limited information. If it is a general question, about convicted felons and employment, most of the time it is a labor intensive field. However, oil field work has been profitable for clients in the past. Some faith based initiatives may be available.
Now, if there are conditions of probation or offense specific requirements keeping your son from his family, perhaps those need to be addressed with the sentencing court.See question
I requested to my ex-husband that we go to mediation and his attorney contacted me today agreeing to that, except she doesn't want to use any of the private mediators I suggested (all very reputable, certified mediators of varying price ranges (ve...
Private mediators can generally be more accommodating on location and scheduling. A lot depends on the relative complexity of the case. For a fairly straightforward matter, the Family Court Mediation is more than capable. For complicated business matters, custody disputes, relocation matters, where perhaps a full day of mediation is needed, a private mediator may be a slightly better call. However, in the end, it is mostly personal preference of the lawyer(s). I prefer 3 or 4 private mediators in Tallahassee, and one (1) in Jax.See question
My daughters father signed over rights, she was ten and screaming for his attention.. So I took him to court and pretty muched forced him to see her, after 3 months of him having wnsd night/evry other weekend he moved... Now has not seen her last ...
There is not enough information presented to give you more than some general observations. First, you apparently WANTED this. I don't think the Father is acting contrary to his initial stated intentions. Of course, this decision now appears to be problematic. Yes, you do have to follow the Court order. The 13 year old can't decide.
You most likely need to get the order amended back to the way it was.See question