You didn't state exactly what the problem is with your nephew, so I can only guess he is out of control, possibly doing drugs, not coming home, or, perhaps getting into trouble with the law. Since you have custody of him, you have every right to seek out help for him. Go to your local Mental Health and ask for their advice. They can help you a great deal and also put you in the right direction to get this help your nephew needs. You need to seek out help to deal with this as well and try to figure out why your nephew is acting the way he is. He could be angry that his parents didn't care enough to raise him, or perhaps they were unfortunately killed an an auto accident and he's lashing out. Both of you need to see how the other thinks depending on the situation. There are kids that just go astray no matter how good the parents/aunts/grandparents were. You can "lead a horse to water, but not make them drink" and you could very well have this problem with your nephew not seeking out psychological help. There are two things you can do here: If he is abusive towards you, stealing from you or destroying your property you can have him arrested. Do it! Only if this is the case. If he is underage and you just can't handle this added stress then give up your custodial rights through court and let the court system look after him. Of course, it is very harsh to do this, and it's apparent that you're a good aunt and care a great deal for this young man. Only do this if the system lets you down and this young man is destroying your life or threatening you in any way. Good luck Marcy
It will be in your custody order.
My nephew received an inheritance when his mom and dad died back in 1982. his grandparents were in charge of it. i am afraid they spent it because he never received any of it. how do i help him find out what happen to his money? abbie email@example.com
The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.
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No. The biological father have rights. Unless the court find him unfit to have custody then there might be a chance.
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Well you can but the court will not find that a good reason to take custody away from her.
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Before she died, your wife was his aunt and your were his uncle. He never referred to you as his uncle-in-law and you never called him your nephew-in-law. Now that your wife is gone, you are still his uncle and he is still your nephew, period. Or, if you need to be very precise because you find another relationship developing in your life, he is your "deceased wife's nephew."
get the best lawyer you can find and hope that you win back custody
If you or the father can not petition for custody for whatever reason, you have to find someone who will or they will end up in foster care. The judge will have to approve the person petition for custody.
If she is found to be unfit or addicted to drugs she could lose custody. Additionally, if she refuses to give the father visitation the judge could find her in contempt and change custody to the father.
Take away how? As in getting custody? Yes it can happen if he files for such and the court finds it is in the best interests of the child to do so. Otherwise, both parents are expected to abide by the custody order currently in place and the parent who doesn't can find themselves in some serious legal trouble.
You can wrote a letter to give someone temporary custody but not full custody. That have to go through the court to be valid and also through the court to be changed back. With temporary custody you can end it whenever you want by picking up the kids. How to write a temporary custody letter you find in the link below.
Please go onto: www.google.com TYPE IN: Laws of sharing child custody in the State of ________________. Marcy
You don't with joint legal.
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You can find a lawyer to help with child custody issues in Newport, RI on the following website: http://www.lawyers.com/Rhode-Island/Newport/browse-by-area-of-law.html. Read as many reviews as possible.
It would be very difficult to find a judge would would grant custody to someone with no means to take care of the children. The father could reapply for custody at a later date if he improves his situation.
This question is difficult to answer without having other details related to the situation. If there was a legal loop hole in how you originally obtained custody, or if children there was just cause for the state to take the children away from you such as neglect or abuse you may have a hard time getting custody back. However, if you were a loving and responsible parent and can prove so, you should start by getting an attorney who can help you demonstrate that you were given custody in a legal fashion and then the lawyer can help you build a case for why you are a suitable guardian for these children. Find an attorney who specializes in child custody and, if possible, one who has previous experience working with the state so they are familiar with situations such as the one you are currently in.
She wanted to help her nephew Darcy to find a good wife.
No, because someone could find out where you are.
Check with the Clerk of the Court. This is public info.