The Superior court Told me I would have to do the research and get the form on my own fill it out and then bring it there to be filed I cannot afford an attorney how would I get the form
There is no form for temporary custody. You would have to file for divorce and ask for a temporary hearing, for which you will need a lawyer. You might begin by consulting a lawyer, since the "research" suggested is 3 years of law school. Good luck.
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TRIPLICATE POSTING: This is your THIRD post requesting information which: (1) Has already been provided to you; or (2) Cannot be provided to you in this forum.
While we appreciate your situation, we really cannot help you through it step-by-step. You are at a point where you need to have an attorney do this for you; or, you figure it out on your own. This forum is not one in which people can learn what is generally learned in 4 years of college, 3 years of law school and, for me, 28 years of practice. It’s not that we aren’t willing, it is just that it is an actual impossibility.
Beg, borrow, beg and borrow all the money you can from family and friends to acquire the funds to retain legal counsel. Good luck!
This is the third time you've asked the identical question this morning. The answer doesn't change.
There is no form to get temporary custody on its own. In fact that CANNOT happen. To seek temporary or any custody from a spouse you have to do a divorce (or separate maintenance). As many have told you, this goes VERY badly without counsel. You will likely get a bad result that cannot be fixed. Your hiusband right now HAS the same custody as you and can run off with the child. You have an EMERGENCY. You could lose your child!
This is not a form. This is a lengthy complex court case with temporary and permanent hearings. You HAVE to get a lawyer.
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