March of this year me and my ex went in front of the general magistrate to go over a temporary new parenting plan. I was recently hospitalized for attempting suicide and was kicked out of my home and living in my car. We had 50/50 custody at this point. On March 20th we both agreed that my childs father should have 100% timesharing and I was to get visits. The closing statements specifically state the father shall have 100% time share UNTIL the mother has stable living arrangements, employment and continues mental health treatment. I have done all that was asked in order to get my timesharing back and the father has refused me visits or anything with my child. Do I have to go back to court to change this or is it legal to pick my child up from daycare since I've done all that was asked and have continued to do so? Has my 50% custody been taken away?
You need to meet with a lawyer and have them review the documents and orders to see what the next steps are. Often times a clause that one have stable living arrangements etc needs to be taken back to a judge to have them review and OK the situation before placing a child back into those circumstances. The judge is supposed to act in the best interest of the child, but can't do that with out the information as to what your status is.
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