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I recently filed papers to have a custody order modified as well as a request for child support and have a date for mediation and a hearing. Since the filing the other parent and myself have reached an agreement and therefore I would like to withd...
There are a few things you could do:
1. Don't show up and the matter will be taken off calendar.
2. Go to the hearing and take it off calendar (tell the Judge you two have worked it out)
3. Go to the hearing and put your agreement on record so it becomes an order of the Court.See question
My wife is an American citizen and I am not, however, I have a green card. My wife and I share two beautiful daughters and I fear that being a woman and a citizen of America, she may get everything including my daughters. I do vow to take care of ...
First of all contact an attorney. Many, such as myself, offer free consultations. If a parent is not harming a child physically or emotionally there is no reason that parent cannot continue to have a relationship with the children. I have a sign on my wall, "Your ex is not your child's ex..." (DK Simonean) Child visitation is not based on where you came from, you and your wife are the parents of the children and they deserve both of you. I would also contact an immigration attorney to get information on your green card.
Best of luck to you.See question
There was a police raid at my home while my 3yr old daughter was present so i sent her to her grandparents while the police were still there. Now her Grandmother tells me that cps told her to call the law if I try to come get her. Cps hasn't cont...
The first thing you need to do is find out if CPS was involved in any way. Ask Grandma for the name and number of the CPS worker. Normally CPS will hold a meeting and make their feelings known and/or have you sign a safety plan.
If you can't get a name go and get your child. Just make sure you have everything in order.
Talk to an attorney in your area. Many, such as myself, offer free consultations.See question
I failed to attend the hearing after I was served with a Temporary domestic violence restraining order, a permanent order was more than likely put into place, should I expect the judgement in the mail or for the sheriff's to serve me the final ord...
You will be personally served. Do you even know if the order was granted?See question
I live in Fresno county I want to move to los Angeles to make a fresh start. I have sole custody of my son. But the father has visitation rights. What do I do.
Depending on the wording of your current order you may just be able to move. If the order prevents that then you would need to file a request to move away. Contact an attorney in your area. Many, such as myself, offer free consultations to review the case with you.
Good luck to you.See question
Court orders say that we are not to discuss the matter or make disparaging comments about the other parties in front of the minor. Anything I need to ask or say to the other party, I always text it. I have every single text ever made since febuary...
As long as you are following the Court order then she has no right to be telling you off in front of the child (if telling you off is in an angry tone or she is discussing the case). As far as denying you a visit there needs to be something more than just her telling you no. I would have to see the orders to be more specific.See question
When a permanent domestic violence restraining order is granted and ordered after "order to show cause, for TRO" hearing, is the respondent required to be personally served for the order to be effective?
Was the other party personally served with notice of the hearing? If they were and just did not show up to Court then I would suggest personally serving him with the order. That way there is no issue of whether the party knew there was a permanent order in place.See question
My stepson has been going through a divorce for over a year and a half now after finding out that his wife has had a boyfriend on the side and is now pregnant with the boyfriend baby. Still married to my stepson and pregnant, she is living with h...
There are a few options your step son can exercise, the main one being file for a change of custody. He can also file a restraining order on behalf of his child through Family Law Court.
Meet with an attorney in your area many, such as myself, offer free consultations to go over the case. I would suggest doing this as soon he can to prevent further harm to his child.See question
This is a divorce that just keeps on going with a horror story on a daily bases. The mother of this child is living with her boyfriend who has impregnated her. The child age 10 has a biological father who is very much involved in this child's life...
I agree with the previous answer and you should talk to an attorney in your area. Many, such as myself, offer free consultations. Have your case reviewed.
To answer your original questions you can file an RO for your son wherein you would be the guardian ad litem. It can be filed in Family Court . Make sure the request contains dates of when incidents occurred and try to be as precise as possible when telling the story.
Good luck to you.See question