* Unless your fiance sprung the fact he had a daughter on you at the last minute then you should be able to handle this. If he didn't tell you about having a daughter then he probably was fearful you wouldn't be able to handle this information. You did not state if the mother has custody; he has full custody or it's joint custody. If you love him it shouldn't make a difference. One day you will have children of your own.
go to court and ask for it, tell them i want the joit custody of my boy/girl and state your case and say i love him/her... and so on
all i can say is tell him to make the best of all situatons no matter the diffculty
Go to court and ask for a temporary order of custody to you, and tell them that your ex has fled the state with the children. The legal aid department in the county courthouse can help you file. Eva YourCustodyCase.com
No one person in a joint custody case has total say so. Visitation rights and times are completely up to the residing judges discretion.
well in how in the first place, if this is this the father, how did u find out in the first place? and then i would go down to the local court house and file either solecustody or joint custody. then take it to court and then see if they find you a fit father or not. and then find out some stuff on the mother to get it to where you can find out that she is not being a fit mother. then you just got sole custody of that child. now if they find you not a fit father they maybe nice and at least grant you supervised visit with the child.
If the daughter's ex husband is suing her for full custody and his attorney has subpoenaed her mother as a witness in the case, she has to tell the truth to any and all questions asked, regardless of whether it's her attorney or the child's father's attorney asking the questions. So if any of the answers are answers 'against' the daughter, then the answer would be yes, the mother does have to testify.
Only if he refuses to tell his new address. Both parents have the right to know where the child lives when with the other parent.
How come they do not have custody of their children? I would find out why, that will be able to tell you if they will be good to your children. Good luck and God Bless:)
He's using the daughter as a pawn. This is a ploy. Continue with the divorce... tell the lawyer you need an iron clad custody and visitation schedule NOW.
Call your lawyer and tell them you want him to only have SUPERVISED VISITS. Get your daughter to a counselor so she can tell her story. Document document document every time, date, what is said, etc.