I have been divorced since Jan 2000 and was the primary custodial parent until my daughter moved to her dads in August 2014. We have a temp order on file and Dec 8th I signed a Rule 11 stating her dad will be the primary custodial parent and that I will pay him child support. Since signing the Rule 11 my daughter has said she wants to move back home with me. I have not signed the final order, but my ex's atty is urging me to. We have a court date Monday, Dec 15th. I need advice and can not afford an attorney.
You do need an attorney. You should have applied for legal aid.
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The answer us no and yes. This happens quite a lot with kids. Has the dad agreed to send the child back. Then you can sign another file 11 or a new final order that adjusts the child support to account for the back and forth giving him credit for those months. You can do that on Monday to end this. I would advise to get your child back by Monday. Or if no agreement, file a written request the Court talk to the child about where she wants to live, and I am assuming she is old enough, age 12 and up. If she is much younger then I question why your letting the child decide anyway. You can eFile the request to get it in by Monday,
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