How do you make a case for joint custody?
When the parents have a co-operative and congenial relationship, the court is most likely to approve a joint custody arrangement. In that case, the parents are able to set aside their own egos and work together in the best interest of their child. They are generally the authors of their custody agreement. Judges are reluctant to award joint legal custody to parents who do not get along well with each other since every decision may be met with arguments that will only increase stress for the children and the parent with physical custody. It is extremely toxic when one parent uses joint custody to continue to control the other parent.
Co-operative parenting is likely to flow naturally into a joint custody arrangement. Since you need to 'make a case' for joint custody that may indicate that you do or do not have a congenial relationship with the other parent and it is difficult to give advice in that case.
If you have joint custody do you have say when your ex-spouse gets a roommate who in your case will be closer to your child's room than his father?
Answer . \nDoes your ex-spouse have any say in whom you date?\n. \nUnless you can prove that your child is in danger by this situation, you have no say.\n. \nYou may want… to speak to a local law officer about your concerns and check the online sex registry at your state police web site.
If a father is seeking joint custody and the mother has been served court papers what rights does the father have until the case goes to court?
It depends if you've made an effort to support your child. If you ran away from your responsibilities and didn't pay that child support then those are marks against you in the… court system. If the mother refused to take any money or refused to see you the courts will take this into consideration. At the present time you have no custody at all, and unfortunately, you have no rights until this case comes before a court of law.
well to u and the person that askd how can u get sole custody if you have joint custody is to fight it in court show ur good points and views and explaine y ud b a better guar…dian if u had sole custody
My sons father has a few domestic violence cases on his record and went to jail and rehab now he wants joint custody is that possible?
Yes in some states and counties it may be possible for the fatherof your sons to obtain joint custody despite his past criminalrecord of domestic violence and rehabilitation w…hich could alsohelp him.
You can petition the court that has jurisdiction for a modification of the custody order. The court will hear the testimony, evaluate the situation and render a decision that …is in the best interest of the child. In many jurisdictions there must be a significant change in the circumstances in order for the court to modify the standing custody order. The parent seeking sole custody would need to provide evidence that the present arrangement is detrimental to the child.
You were given custody of your child in Wisconsin your case was never transfered to Michigan and in Michigan the father and you have joint custody what one is actually legal?
Why are there two orders? Which was filed first? Where do the children live?
What can happen in a joint custody case when on parent re-marries into military and has a new child and then is ordered to move through that marriage?
The remaining parent takes primary residential, or you agree to long distance visitation. see link
no see links below
Request a change of venue, but you need a reason.
If so ordered by the court
Does joint custody with equal parenting time necessitate a primary residence to be ordered by judges in divorce cases?
no, but there's a better form of it. see link below
File a motion for change of venue. Why do you need it?
There are rules for all adults who have custody of children, joint or otherwise, fathers or otherwise. To find the custody rules for your area of jurisdiction you will need t…o contact your local authorities. Any child welfare organization will be able to help you with contact details.
If you marry and take joint custody of children of your wife will you be required to pay child support in the case of a later divorce?
Unless you adopted your wife's children, you should not be required to support them after the divorce.
There are different types of joint custody but in all types, where the child lives is determined by the court is the parents cannot reach an accord. You can't "make" your son …live with you in violation of a court order. However if he or the other parent is in violation of court ordered custody, you can file an action in court for contempt against the other parent. They may be fined and or jailed as a result and if the contempt continues, custody modified in your favor based on that.
Yes. Immigrant status has no bearing when it comes to paternal rights.