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I completed rehab, got a job etc. Father (who has custody) refuses visitation even though there is a court order.
If the dependency court did not retain jurisdiction, which is normally the case when the child is with a parent, then you will have to get an attorney and go to domestic relations court.
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The original case was in duval county, he now lives in swaunee county (where he is filing for child support from me) and I live in Arkansas. Where should the lawyer be from? The original case in Duval, where the child lives now or where I live?
Called family relations court in Duval..no go all they do is collect money, I need to go before a judge and plead my case.
Duval county, where the child lives. You will not get a court appointed attorney in a domestic relations case. You will have to hire a private attorney to represent you.
I was unclear in my comment the child lives in Live Oak in Swaunee county. Suggestions on a lawyer?
Don't know any in that area. You might want to search this site.
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