I have primary placement of my son but share joint custody of son
Joint custody is for BIG decisions like changing school districts or jointing the army.
Day to Day decisions like where to vacation are for the parent that has placement at the time.
As long as you judgment of divorce does not restrict such a vacation, and as long as it is your placement time, then you should have no trouble doing so. It is usually a 90 day out of state that you have to give notice before. Three days hardly will impact that.See question
I want to take vacation with my son out of state for 3 day
If you have primary and you vacation on your placement time, there is no problem with that AS LONG AS the Judgment of Divorce or MSA does not specifically not allow it.
The usual wording in those agreements makes you give notice if the time out of state will exceed 90 days. Three days does not even come close.See question
Because I requested registration on 1/21/2014 and the other parties lawyer I s requesting a hearing as of 3/16/2014. I wanted to invoke the UCCJEA/PKPA for my child's return before 6 months in that state which is up on 4/4/2014
I guess I am not sure what you are asking. If you want to maintain jurisdiction in Wisconsin then file a placement motion here before the jurisdiction changes to Minn.
The hearing that is set in MN should be whether or not to except the docketed judgment, which is a given unless it conflicts with MN law.
But the underlying question is why are we where we are ?
There may be a better approach to what you want, but are not asking.
I want to separate from my husband. At this point I would prefer to be legally separated instead of divorced, but I do not want to be responsible for him financially. WI is a community property state, so it sounds like new debt that he takes on ...
Legal separation will terminate the responsibility for future debt.See question
I recently moved to Belgium form australia (4 weeks ago) with my wife and 2 year and 7 month old daughter. My wife is Belgian but my daughter Australian the same as me. I feel things have ended in my marriage and i wish to go home. Can...
There are too many questions I would need answers to before I could really answer this.
So, I would suggest that you contact a local attorney and see if you might get a free consultation. Lay it all out and let the attorney ask what he needs to. You will get a far more complete answer to a extremely sensitive matter.
When you do take with you any passport or visa documents, and proof of citizenship.See question
Spouse gets fired last 5 jobs and recent job quit after 1.5 weeks didn't like job which was 100k potential in car sales. Her attorney using 40k only as base for calculation. I object? Is that practical?
If she has been fired for cause then the higher of all these jobs would be used.
BUT you should be hiring an employment evaluator to determine her value. That number would more likely be used by the court.
I am the father of two children i went to court a while back and was granted placement. The guardian ad liem was appointed at the time. The mother violated the non-violent order, i then put full restraing order back in place. Mom has drug and drin...
You can petition for SOLE custody, but it sounds like you already have what is good enough.
The statute limits your moving 150 miles or out of state without notice to the court.
What keeps you from just getting up and moving 40 miles is the change of school district (i.e. custody issue), and the impact on placement. You say the court has granted you placement but "FULL" placement?
So, what it seems like you can do is...
Plan the move. Ask the mother about moving and changing schools. When she says "NO" then say you have thought about her answer and believe it is still in everyone's best interest, and move the next day. If she wants to she will file motions with the court. If everything is how you describe it then the court will likely consider it in the best interest of the child and make you pay the additional expense of transportation, or make you provide the transportation.
Certainly it would be best for you to have an attorney already arranged in Milwaukee. I would only do these things under that attorneys direction and supervision.See question
Her husband has raised him, but they can't afford the $3000 adoption fee. She wants me to sign a paper letting her take him across the border to Canada, headed for Alaska where they are moving. I want to tell her no until we move forward with te...
Usually it takes several attorneys and a GAL for the children. They will do a home evaluation to support the petition. The father MUST hire an attorney because otherwise the child support may continue even after adoption. These are different agreements and require special care.
So, it is very expensive. The $3000 is about right, less court fees.
There is no short cut. Leaving the country does not remove the responsibility to child support.See question
My child now approaching 18 that I do not have much of a relationship with told me her mother told her when she was 12 that I am not her bio dad she also named who the father is and I believe it, she looks just like him she was born in 199...
This is a mess.
To your question, YES, you can file an alternative defense that the child is not yours. BUT you must have a DNA test to support your claim, and then be prepared to pay for another at the courts request. I don't know how much your support is... but if things are breaking down as much as you indicate than I understand you taking these steps.
It is then possible for you to sue the mom to recover support that was wrongfully paid. It would depend on a lot of issues so it may be very limited, but at least your arrearages would be made zero.See question
Judge Rosa wouldnt allow me to report the mothers sexual abuse of our son, he just said he will not get into her sex life. Now my child is stuck with a sexual abuser and there is nothing I can do about it because the Judge said I am not to even t...
People need attorneys because the process and particular time to bring issues is very important.
My guess is that you have brought the wrong topics at the wrong time.
DAs are not involved in family law disputes. So, they turned you away there because you were not a party to the action. Further, the GAL in a criminal case is not the GAL in the family case without the Family Court appointing them.
Judge Rosa if he was hearing matters on legal custody would never listen to sexual charges because it has nothing to do with legal custody. Legal custody issues are how the parents make decisions together and if they can communicate. So, an important topic would be Domestic abuse, or issues between the parents.
If you wanted to address your issues with her placement then you had to have filed a Motion to Modify placement. If you did not then that completely explains it. But even if you did...
The court cannot by itself determine the best interest of the child that is a GAL (from the family court) job. If one was never appointed then the court would not be in a position to hear the issue.
As for the courts other comments.
It is possible that your frustration has either caused them to be flippant or that you may have misinterrupted what they said. In either case, that supports my comments that this was the wrong topic at the wrong time.
I suggest you find local counsel, and as I always do, you not go it alone when children are involved.See question