Your daughter is no longer a minor so custody or child support is no longer an issue unless the courts have adjusted this in their recommendations, such as: You have to pay child support for your daughter's education. Then you must! As you know education doesn't come cheap so most women can't afford to pay for their kids education. I suggest you see a lawyer and go over the conditions that were met when you divorced. If your daughter is working or her boyfriend is working and all you need to do is pay for her education you may just be able to squeak out of it. In addition never, ever arbitrarily cease court order child support payments. A person taking such action can face a contempt citation which can further complicate the issue. It should also be noted that the age of 18 is not necessarily the legal age of majority or the age that was stipulated in the original support agreement. Four states have a higher age of majority than 18, in Alabama and Nebraska the age is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.
A mother of a son or daughter who is not caring properly for their child may get custody of the child. This would be determined by a judge when the parent is not fit to continue to parent.
Eminem has custody of his daughter and also his niece- his ex-wife's sister's daughter.
No. The courts would not grant custody to the boyfriend. In fact, the courts may commence an investigation for child endangerment and neglect.No. The courts would not grant custody to the boyfriend. In fact, the courts may commence an investigation for child endangerment and neglect.No. The courts would not grant custody to the boyfriend. In fact, the courts may commence an investigation for child endangerment and neglect.No. The courts would not grant custody to the boyfriend. In fact, the courts may commence an investigation for child endangerment and neglect.
no, My daughter had a baby at fifteen and I Had custody until she turned 18.
No. His wife Priya Narang had Primary custody of their daughter.
Boyfriend has no standing in the court
Yes. Switching guardians has nothing to do with the restraining order. It will remain there until it is cancelled.
np ****** No judge in the US is going to grant legal custody of a minor to their boyfriend/girlfriend.
Take her to court. File for custody or joint custody or visitation rights.
Unless their is custody involved the girl's father is able to take her and not give her back. If their is custody involved and he takes the girl and won't give her back then that would be considered kidnapping.
Yes, to the limits on your state, but you can file for custody or to have her emancipated. see links below
yes he should do
No, her ex-boyfriend Gary Shirley has full custody of her.
file for custody
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.
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.
Why is Daughter living with Father if Mom has custody? I'm wondering why Dad hasn't already petitioned the court for custody. He certainly can do that, and since Daughter is already living with him anyway, he'll likely get it. Basically as long as Daughter lives in Dad's house, he can set any rules he wants to--including the rule of not dating adults. If Daughter refuses to follow Dad's rules, she may find herself being sent back to live with Mom in PA--which would be a long way from Boyfriend.
Who was awarded custody of the child? If he wants custody of the child, he will have to take that to court. He legally can't just take the child, unless there is joint custody or some other agreement in place.
Yes, I would think so.
Brandy and her Ex husband share custody of their daughter and are on good terms.
yes if you have full custody you dont have to consult your ex.