I would like to marry the mother of my child who’s rights where terminated I have full custody and I’m done with all courts and I don’t want to get back involved with them she had a drug problem and she has been clean for 2yrs so I would like to get married we had a good relationship I went to prison she got hooked on drugs and lost her rights I didn’t I now have custody and we are trying to pursue a relationship
I would have to look at all of the orders and be aware of all of the circumstances before I could give advise. Most certianly I wish you luck and success.
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You really don't ask any question. What is it that you are posting about?
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You should consult with an attorney who can review all the paperwork. There are laws in place to protect children, and you can get in trouble for allowing a child to be around someone who was previously found to be a danger to the child. A more common example would be when someone gets a protective order against a partner and then they reconcile but don’t lift the protective order, the person can still be arrested. If you don’t want the courts involved, it is better to file preemptively then end up back in court under the court’s terms.
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