can a ex-felon from california get a guard card in nevada. Read More
I assume that the "ex-boyfriend" is also the father of the child. If you believe that he lied to gain custody, you can file a motion/petition for a custody re-hearing and be prepared to demonstrate that he lied, and that you are a 'fit' mother to have custody of the child. Read More
See an attorney to file for custody. When your ex is found, you can use the court to force custody to you. If you already have legal custody, and your ex has taken the child in knowing violation of the order, then you should be bringing the police in, for non-custodial interference, or possibly kidnapping. Read More
Yes of course if he has custody. Read More
I believe your ex would collect it Read More
Your ex husband and you got custody of your step daughter from dhr the mothers parental rights were not terminated how can you get custody of this child?
file for custody Read More
It depends on who has custody of the child. Read More
If it is a condition of your custody agreement, yes. If not, no. Read More
Depends on total evidence and not just one piece. see links below Read More
My 17 year old daughter moved in with my EX mother-in-law. Do I have to pay child support to my ex mother-in-law even tho she did this without my consent. We live in Michigan. how do i avoid this.?
For 1) are you in custody of your daughter? If you are in full custody you could take her to court for kidnapping is your EX mother in law in custody of your daughter? Do you have joint custody? If your ex mother in law has no custody over your daughter you could take her to court, she is not authorized to take care of your child. Read More
Yes, if he has physical custody of your child. Read More
If you have sole custody do you have to notify the ex that the child will spend the summer with the grandparents if she was found unfit in the first place and doesn't see or speak to the child?
No if they have lost custody it doesn't mater. Read More
If your ex was granted custody and you pay child support how do you proceed when your ex leaves custody to someone else?
If you have any parental rights at all, I'm not sure that your ex can "leave" custody to someone else without your involvement. In any case, you need to talk to a lawyer. Read More
If for a drug addiction, would that not be best for the child? At the minimum, temporary custody would be awarded. Read More
When you get a divorce ,if your spouse has moved in with you ,you can ask them to move out and if you have had a child with your ex-spouse your child lives with you or you can have shared custody of the child but if it is a teenager when you and your previous partner get a divorce you will ask them to choose who they will live with and they can either choose… Read More
You can ask the court to do so, but you are not likely to be successful as long as your ex-wife has legal custody and your child has a hunting license. Read More
Change in circumstances for best interest of the child Read More
Normally, when a married couple are divorced, and there is a child involved, the court will issue a ruling about who has custody. A mother may lose custody if she has been deemed by the court to be an unfit mother or a danger to the child, in which case the ex-husband would gain sole custody. If no such ruling has been made, then the ex-husband would have no right to simply take the child… Read More
My ex husband is going to be found in contempt for not following child custody orders does he lose custody for not bringing her back at said time through the judge Do i win full custody of the child?
most likely he will lose his rights til the judge decides what is best for the child. Read More
If a man has a child custody case with his ex-wife and the marriage was vacated But the judge made final rulings regarding the marriage but not the child custody can he remarry?
It's not a good idea. Read More
The basic short answer is yes, the spouse can own a gun. There is nothing in the law that prohibits the spouse of a felon from owing a gun, however, the problems arise when or if the person that is the felon has any reasonable access to the gun. Read More
If you mean, the child's mother (ex-wife) has custody, the child's father (ex-husband) is obligated or potentially obligated for support. Read More
Yes, until modified. They should have done it on their own, so she has told them that she is not getting anything from you, or know where you are. Have you spoke with them about getting custody? go to child support enforcement and request a modification. their services are free. see links below Read More
That depends on whether you really are an "ex"-felon, or a felon who doesn't seem to be aware of the difference. Let's say you get convicted of a felony crime. Somewhere down the road, new evidence surfaces which exonerates you of the crime, and you get acquitted. When your felony conviction is overturned, then you become an ex-felon, and only if it's overturned - a pardon does not overturn your conviction. Those people will have… Read More
No, an ex felon cannot travel to the Philippines. Read More
If the ex is living in the household where the child would be visiting - then the other parent could ask for "supervised" visitation. The court could also demand that the alcoholic NOT be present in the home when the child is there. Whatever happens, the child obviously does not need to be around an alcoholic. While you may not be able to get full custody due to this fact, you do have some control… Read More
I live in florida.Could my ex boyfriend get custody if he never paid child supprt and mydaughter has always lived with me?
It is normal for the mother to get custody. Yes it is but it is a slim shot. Read More
Ex-felon is a widely misused term. Unless you've been acquitted of a crime you'd been previously convicted of, you're not an ex-felon - ex-convict, perhaps, once you're no longer state property, but still a felon. Read More
unless you are a blood relative of the child - your chances are very slim Read More
The single only way to become an ex-felon is to be acquitted of the charges. The term ex-felon is almost always misused. It DOES NOT mean a felon who is now out of prison. Once you are a felon, you are ALWAYS a felon unless you are acquitted, which means that you are, at some point after being found guilty, proven to be innocent. Read More
If they lied under oath, and there's evidence of this, file a motion for perjury. Read More
Do you have to register as a ex-felon in Henderson nv Read More
The term ex-felon is almost always used incorrectly. Once you are a felon, you are always a felon, period, unless you are later acquitted of the charges. People almost always us the term ex-felon to mean someone who is no longer in prison, and that is not what it means. Read More
You cannot have sole custody without physical custody. If your ex has physical custody, you are the non-custodial parent. Read More
No. If you have sole legal custody your ex-husband cannot consent to a tattoo on a minor child. If necessary, you should make it perfectly clear that if he has the child tattooed you will seek a plastic surgeon to remove it and sue him for medical costs and damages. No. If you have sole legal custody your ex-husband cannot consent to a tattoo on a minor child. If necessary, you should make it perfectly… Read More
That depends on whether we're talking about an actual ex-felon here, or if you're using the term for what is actually an ex-convict. An ex-felon would be someone who had been convicted of a felony, but for whom the conviction was later overturned and reverse. They are no longer a felon at that point. For someone who is convicted of a felony, and the judgment does not get overturned, they are a felon - the… Read More
no, but might affect your custody. Read More
If you have shared placement and joint legal custody can your ex have the child baptized without your permission?
There is no application of law that applies. Read More
An ex-convict and an ex-felon are not the same thing. An ex-felon is someone who was convicted of a felony, but the conviction was later overturned - thus, they are no longer a felon. An ex-convict is someone who was convicted, sentenced, and has completed their sentence - if they were convicted of a felony, then they remain a felon. Both may hunt in North Carolina. However, an ex-con convicted of a felony charge may… Read More
It is unlikely unless there are extraordinary circumstances and she can prove you are unfit to have custody of that child. Courts seek a placement that is in the best interest of the child and the biological parent is the first choice. Read More
Your ex wife and you have three children two live with you she has nothing to do with them and wont let you see the other child there is no custody established how will child support work?
She should pay you, but why is there no custody order in place? see Dads House below Read More
Your ex and you share custody 5050 I have her more then 80 percent of the time and when she has her she goes out and leaves your child with someone else?
Consult your lawyer immediately as you may have a case to get full custody. Read More
You are going to probably have to hire a lawyer that deals with child custody cases. He will help you find a way to make it look as though you are the more stable parent or gaurdian. This is gonna get messy though. My sister fought this forever with her ex. Read More
If she has both legal custody and parental custody rights, then your hands are basically tied. If you share joint legal custody, then she must (by law) gain your permission to change the child's residence. Read More
As a father if you have sole physical custody of your child you can ask the court to have your ex, pay child support to you, and the same would go for her. It is who ever has the most physical custody of the child and also if that person asks the court for child support payments. Answer #2 Yes you do have a say in your child's religion if you have any legal custody… Read More