I am filing for Divorce and an Ex parte for emergency custody of my child my family lives in SC and I am living with them my wife kicked me out of the house we were living with a friend of hers my wife is on several pain meds for a hip problem but abuses them and is getting kicked out of where she is and is going to be homeless with our child but will not giver her to me. I am getting a job down south I have a safe and stable home for her she has also not been at a doctor in over a year my wife never cleans her and keeps the house disgustingly dirty lays in bed most of the day and is not responsible I was the primary care giver when it came to taking care of her. can the judge let me take her out of state to live if it is the only way I can take care of her and have a home for her?
I highly recommend calling a family law attorney. Custody cases can be complicated and acrimonious, especially without a lawyer. My office regularly handles such cases, and I would be happy to offer you a free consultation.
Beyond that, I couldn't give you legal advice on this forum or predict whether a judge would allow you to relocate with your child. It would take learning more about your unique facts to give you a better "answer" to your question.
Chris Buck, Esq.
J. Miller & Associates, PLLC
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Agreed. You need an attorney to guide you through this situation and ensure that you are successful. This will no doubt be a difficult battle and you want to be sure that you wage the best argument and presentation to the Court in order to succeed.
Christine G. DeBernardis, Esq.
This is not legal advice and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. You should speak to an attorney for further information.
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