Son 15 doesn't refuses to visit his father because he says his father is making comments that disturb him is this something the judge will want to hear?
Maybe. If the 15 year old has a law guardian or social worker, start there.
will dapends what kind of comments. If its like your fat good lose some weight then not always, but if its something more serious then most likely yes
will dapends what kind of comments. If its like your fat good lose some weight then not always, but if its something more serious then most likely yes
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It's a court order. You could go to jail for contempt if you don't comply. For more details see brandeslaw.com or steveshorr.com
If you have primary residential custody what can you do if the father refuses to return your son after a weekend visit?
File parental kidnapping charges. File contempt with state. If you know where the child is being kept and the other parent isn't there you can pick up the child at the babysisters. We had this problem with my husband's exwife, she took them to IN for a summer visit and signed papers saying she woul…d bring them back in the middle of Oct. We finally got them the 2nd week in Nov. She refused to honor her signature and drive them back, we had to drive to pick them up. She kept screaming that she didn't know WHY he wouldn't just let her keep the kids. We called the police in IN, they told us that they do have laws against parental kidnapping and such on the books, but that unfortunetly they had never written down any way to enforce these laws so there was really nothing that could be done to return the children other than wait for her to bring them back or file a contempt order in the original state, FL. wait for months or years and see if she showed up for that but if not we'd have to wait till she went back to FL if we happened to know about it and try to get her there. (MORE)
Can the mother deny the father the right to attend Dr. appts to follow the progress of his child just because she doesn't want to be with the father anymore?
its not clear whether this is an unborn child, but if so, the father doesn't exactly have rights until the baby is born--I didn't allow my ex to come to my prenatal visits (this was mainly due to his verbal and emotional abuse that I felt was unhealthy for my child and myself) and there was nothing …he could do about it (thank god). no you cant and you would only be hurting the child anyways,but the courts will look down on it and if that's your answer to the judge he may question your best intrest in the child good luck (MORE)
Answer . \nI would be very careful with this one. Young teenagers figure because they have household chores to do, homework, and a need to answer where they are going, what they are doing and when to come home is some type of mental abuse. This is no reason to kick up a fuss and want to live wi…th dear old dad. Many teenagers have a misconception of what love and caring is and when they can't have their own way they want to move in with the other parent in hopes they will have every little thing their heart desires. \n. \nIf the woman is a good person and is a good mother it would tear her heart out if you took her son completely away from her. Teenagers can be very craft, and you don't have the full story on this. Your son could be failing school or (hopefully not) be dabbling in drugs and your wife may be coming down on him hot and heavy and suddenly your son wants to come and live with you. Tread carefully and be sure you are getting the correct story on this one.\n. \nIf she does drugs (including alcohol), stays out all night or brings strange men home then these are good causes to take full custody of your child.\n. \nI suggest you meet with your ex and without accussing her get to the bottom of this story your son is telling you.\n. \nSons really need their fathers in their lives, so you have to ask yourself some pretty hard questions. How much quality time do you spend with your son? Have you made a lot of promises to your son only to break them? Example: You're going to take him to a football game and then at the last minute cancel because you are busy at work or have a date. When was the last time you took him for a long weekend, summer break, or a trip? Adults don't realize this is the most crushing blow they can have on their children. I am not accusing you of any of the above, but if you think it's tough seeing you son now, you have a big surprise coming if you get full custody of him.\n. \nAdults should just be that and start acting like it. Even though they are no longer married the two should put their differences aside and try to get along for the sake of that child(ren.) Kids only see mom and dad and nothing else and any problems that occur between their parents means nothing to them. They don't realize at their young years how complicated relationships can be. Even though you are not living with your ex, get to the bottom of things and try to lend a hand instead of listening to a 15 year old who may not be getting his way. If there is any abuse by his mother then you need to step in.\n. \nIf there is a major concern as to how your ex is treating your son, then you can see a lawyer, go to court and a judge will decide if the custody should be reversed.\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy. Answer . \nFile a custody petition in the appropriate state court. It would be advisable for you to retain an attorney who is qualified in domestic relations issues. If that is not an option you can contact the court clerk in your county for information on the proper procedures. (MORE)
Answer . I'm sorry.\n. \nWhat can I do for you?\n. \nI'll listen if you want to talk.
Your 11 year old son doesn't want to go to visitation with his father because he makes him sleep in the same bed with his 12 year old half sister and 9 year old half brother what can you do?
Answer . Contact the court immediately and ask for the custody order to be ammended based on the argument that you son's emotional welfare is being threatened. You ex may see nothing wrong with kids sharing the same bed, but if you think it's an issue - and it seems to be with your son - get th…e visitation changed.\n. \nIf that doesn't work or takes too long, you can contact your local dept. of child welfare (or dept. of children and families) and ask them to conduct an immediate investigation. (MORE)
If the child doesn't want to go, his dad can't sue him into doing it.
Can a Judge force your 17.6 year old daughter to continue visiting her father if she does not want to visit him anymore We live in Il.?
At the age of 12 a child can tell the judge if they want to seesaid parent. However, the child must abide by the judges rulingfrom any other previous hearing.
Yes, she can refuse, but a judge will order the test if she is notmarried. If she is married, her husband is legally the father.
When discussing visitation over the phone with ex wife what can be done when the wife makes the kids say horrible comments to the father like if you love me you'll come get me?
try to explain to the kids why "mommy & daddy broke up" in a kid-like way. let them know that you'll always love them no matter what and that if they want, they can spend weekends with you, or whenever you'd want them to. . You could always go and get them, it's what I would do with my son. My wi…fe still plays that with me. At the end of the day, my son's welfare far exceeds my own personal life. Even though it seems you are playing into your ex's hands, children have a way of seeing the truth in the long term, I know this from experience, I was such a child. Show them how much you love them, ask for nothing in return. . (MORE)
Does my 16 year old son have to visit his father from a previos court order when he does not want to go. while we are pending are 5th court visitation hearing does he have to go?
yes, if his father isn't abusive then there isn't a reason in haulting his visitation rights. Your son is 16 years old and should be able to see both sides of the story. Let him make judgments based on his own experiences, and don't try and shelter him from an issue that is between you and your sons… father. Unless it is dangerously bad, your son needs both the mother and father figure in his life. If his father does drugs or is abusive then it is understandable. Otherwise, if your sons father is trying to see his son to be his father you shouldn't under any circumstances stop father-son involvement. It promotes healthy relationships that'll last him a lifetime. Technically he does have to go if it is court ordered unless in special circumstances where it isn't safe to let him do so. Don't become a crazy person if all that is happening is a father trying to interact with his son. (MORE)
Son father died without a will He is his only child you are divorced He has money but parents say son can not have it your son is only 15 years old How can you make them put it in a trust for him?
Answer \n. \nWhen you die intestate or without leaving a will then your estate is distributed according to state laws of intestacy. Your son is the legal heir to his father's estate. You should seek the assistance of an attorney for help in recovering the estate that your son is entitled to by law…. The attorney could also help you to petition the court for appointment as your son's legal guardian. Then you could have a trust drafted to administer your son's inheritance. (MORE)
Johann van Beethoven wanted Ludwig to be another young Mozart, but he lacked Leopold Mozarts ability as a teacher. Beethoven's father was harsh and was always drunk so Ludwig had to take care of his little brother.
If mother wants to see her son but father refuses her because there is no court order and father has son does he have to let mother see him?
WE DON'NT HAVE THE WHOLE HISTORY TO MAKE JUDGMENT. BUT I THINK SOME THING WRONG WITH THE MOTHER .
\nIf she is older than 13 (or 18) she can make the descion. I didn't want to go to my dad's house but i had to go after all. POOOO
Signing rights away will not stop any child support from being taken from the father. If the child is the fathers then he is financially responsible for the child weather he has rights or not.
My son is thirteen he does not want to visit his father and there is no court order do I have to make him go?
No unless there is an agreement between yourself and his father that has been made with the Social Services or a court. It is normal practice though to allow the father to come and visit his child if he wants to keep in touch and should be encouraged unless there is any danger of harm in any way.
The ability to refuse visitation to a father that fails to abide byvisitation rules varies from one state to another. However, moststates require you to submit a complaint to the court for adetermination on whether visitation limitations or otherpunishments will be issued for the father before chang…es can bemade. (MORE)
The paternity test is done on both the father AND the child. Most, if not all, jurisdictions require a paternity test before awarding monthly child support payments. If that is the case where you live then you won't have a choice as it is usually done under court order. Your only option would be to …never file for child support. (MORE)
Latin words occur in five cases, depending on how they're used in a sentence. Nominative: pater et filius Genitive: patris et filii Dative: patri et filio Accusative: patrem et filium Ablative: patre et filio
\nYou're the boss. Tell him that his father would greatly appreciate it if he went to visit and if he doesn't go, tell him he's grounded.
Yes. As parents there are many things we have to make our children do they don't want to and in this case there is a court order. Not making your child go is breaking that order and the mother may find herself in contempt of court if the order isn't followed. You need to find out exactly why your… child doesn't want to go and try to resolve that problem. Perhaps something happens that makes her/him uncomfortable such as other children or casual girlfriends. Perhaps there isn't enough privacy at the father's home. Let them know that they can tell you about it, that you will listen and not get upset, and that you will discuss it with their father. There are reasons why they won't go that need to be dealt with. You need to try to improve the situation and encourage your child to have a good relationship with their father. Deal with the problem and don't accept a no from your child or their father. (MORE)
Can you keep your son from visiting his father because you do not like his fathers new girlfriend even though there is nothing in the visitation schedule saying I have a right to do so?
I think I understand your question, but it's not asked very clearly. It's a little confusing. If I'm answering this wrong, then you need to re-ask and be more specific. As in "Can the mother of my child keep me from seeing the child just because she doesn't like my new girlfriend, even though there …is nothing in the visition schedule saying she has a right to make that call?". No, you cannot keep your child from visiting with their father just because you don't like his girlfriend. She would have to take you to court and prove to the judge that the girlfriend is a danger to the child, then the judge would have to say the girlfriend can not be around the child. Then if she found out the girlfriend was still there when the child is visiting you, she could do something about it. Other than that, she have no legal right to keep the child from you. In fact, you could take her to court for violating the terms of the visitation. (MORE)
Your 15 year old son lives with father in tx. child wants to live with mother in ny. Father says no. What do i do before my child choses to run away to live with me?
File a petition with the court that intitially settled the custody case to amend the custody arrangement, citing the wishes of the child. At 15 the court should consider the wishes of the child as well as the situation of each parent
I am 15 years old and the father of my 6 month old son wants to see him but my family doesn't let him or his family What do i do?
hey i am 15 as well :] you guys should like meet together somewhere so that neither his family or yours is there to say anything about it. good luck!
My son is 18 years old now and does not want to see or speak to me because i left his father. will i ever hear from my son again?
No one here can tell you that. If you wish to speak to him, then do so.
Should your 11 year old son have the right to say that he does not want to have visitations with his father that he does not know?
I believe that in most states a child can have say in their visitation by the age of 13. Contact a local attorney, you can usually ask a question without paying a fee.
Why should you? Are you a Gatekeeper mother? Do what most do. Make a false allegation.
Refuses or is not able to in this economy? Of the two, not getting access to the child is far more damaging to the child and society as a whole. We don't need more another fatherless child adding to the crime rate. see link below.
The laws governing parents rights would be by state jurisdiction. Contact your local Legal Aid Society or a legal help line to find out what the laws apply to your situation.
If he is deemed to be unfit by the court a father's visitations can be terminated. The factors used to determine that a parent is unfit are generally governed by state laws with child endangerment being the determining factor. The following include some of the reasons a parent may be declared unfit:… . physical, emotional and sexual abuse . excessive discipline . failure to protect the child from abuse by others . failure to report abuse of the child . neglect- failure to provide food, clothing, proper hygiene, necessary medical treatment, schooling . failure to provide proper medical care . failure to provide day to day parental care . serious illness or disability . mental illness . substance abuse or addiction . alcoholism . criminal activity and/or associations . incarceration . conduct or conditions that are seriously detrimental to the child . abandonment . child endangerment . leaving the child unattended or in the care and supervision of a child or otherwise incompetent person . a failure to provide adequate supervision . unsafe living conditions . a medical condition that makes it impossible for the parent to adequately care for the child . (MORE)
Your boyfriend says he loves you but that he doesn't want to have kids because he is afraid he won't be a good father you really love each other but he is scared because he and his dad had issues?
If he really loves you, he will do what you want. He can work out his "problems" with "people".
Yes unless the mother gets remarried and the child is adopted by the new husband
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If you have a court order of the custody agreement you can call the police.
If the father has court ordered visitation, yes, he does. If the mother believes it's a dangerous situation for the child (ie dad's a drug abuser) then she needs to go back to court and request that the vistiation order be modified.
No, not without getting you in trouble for contempt of court if such visitation is court ordered. Penalties you may face include monetary, jail time, or even losing your joint custody status in favor of the other parent. If the child has a valid and compelling reason why he doesn't want to visit …his father, he needs to request a meeting with the judge or you can enlist the services of an attorney or guardian ad litem to make his wishes known to the judge. Some family courts also offer mediation services for this issue, so check it out. The court will take them into consideration and may make a modification to the visitation order based on the same, but no guarantees. In the meantime, it would be in your best interests to do everything you can to make sure your child complies with visitation as outlined to prevent unpleasant consequences down the road. (MORE)
In Islam the word father is referred to: Abu The word son is transferred to: Ibn
If such visitation is court ordered, yes he can be compelled to honor the visitation order or else his mother or other legal guardian may be found in contempt of court for failure to comply. That can lead to a fine and/or jail time for the mother/guardian or modification to custody favoring the fath…er if the non-compliance becomes chronic. However the child is always free to make their wishes known to the judge, either in court when custody is being decided, by requesting a meeting with the judge, writing a letter to the judge expressing their wishes, or engaging an attorney or guardian ad litem to speak for them for any modification to the visitation order. The judge will take into consideration the wishes of the child, and generally, the older the child, the more weight is given to those wishes. Ultimately, however, the judge will rule depending on what he or she feels would be in the best interests of the child. (MORE)
Yes she most certainly can, especially in Indiana. Indiana state law says that until a child has reached the age of 18 they do not have the right to decide whether they are going to visit the non custodial parent. They must adhere to visitation guidelines or the custodial parent will face contempt c…harges and possibly face fines or even jail time. (MORE)
What do you do if your son wants to see his father but since his father is a registered sex offender in Bakersfield CA they have to have court supervised visits or the father will go back to prison?
You must follow the court mandated supervised visitation schedule. You should not allow your son to visit with his father alone. If you still have questions, you should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate or social worker who can explain the rules and the reasons for them.
Can a father make their child visit if they have something on like a friends party or school event just because its his week-end?
Yes, due to custody laws the father can insist the child come and visit, but, it is selfish of the father to insist when the child has an invitation to a party or school event. Instead of arguing it would be better to see if the father could come to see the child at least at the school event which m…akes him feel like he has an option. (MORE)
What can you do when a mother refuses to give the children to the father for visitations and the child does want to come?
If the visitation order is violated the father should visit the court and file a motion for contempt of the court order. If the visitation order is violated the father should visit the court and file a motion for contempt of the court order. If the visitation order is violated the father should vi…sit the court and file a motion for contempt of the court order. If the visitation order is violated the father should visit the court and file a motion for contempt of the court order. (MORE)
If the rites are set by a court then yes if he breaches the court order he can lose the rites granted by the court. If there is no court order you would need to get one if your private visiting arrangements are not working.
A minor can not legally choose. If there is a court order for visitation it has to be followed and if not you can lose custody. It's your job to see to that the child goes. If you suspect the child is being harmed you have to report this.
A judge decides questions of custody on the basis of what is best for the child. If joint custody is awarded, it is because the judge thinks (rightly or wrongly) that the child will benefit by having contact with both parents. It is never about what the parents want, it is about what is good for the… child. So a judge would not grant joint custody just because the father wants it, but if the father wants it, a judge is more likely to grant it than if the father said "Eh, I don't care, let her have the little yard ape all to herself." (MORE)
Yes, he does. If brought to the court's attention he may lose his visitation rights altogether.
Where in the Bible does it say the sins of the father shall be visited upon the son a thousand times?
Not in those words or a thousand years: see below and Numbers 14:18 Exodus 34:7New King James Version (NKJV) 7 keeping mercy forthousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, by nomeans clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of thefathers upon the children and the children's childre…n to the thirdand the fourth generation." (MORE)
No they don't, because everyone has their own right to make their own choice :)
A 15 year old doesn't want to visit their parent. Can they refuse if custody paperwork says they do?
If the other parent will not listen to the direct wishes of thechild, then the court will. At that age, most kids want to takepart in lots of activities, which may interfere with visits. Thechild should have an opportunity to discuss this with the parent hedoes not want to visit, maybe with a third …party (not you) present. (MORE)