The time frame should have been stated by the judge when custody was awarded.
Usually, abandonment can be claimed if the father has been out of the child's life for at least three years. This applies to mothers, also.
A child custody lawyer must know custody law well, understand the various types of custody and how court proceedings need to be handled. They must also understand how judges make custody decisions, and frame their case in such a way that their client gets the ideal situation.
That varies from state to state and only addresses any right to challenge the child being put up for adoption.
You can appeal the decision within a time frame set by state law. If that is not possible you generally need to wait until there has been a significant change in circumstances then you must return to the court that issued the custody order and file a petition to have the order modified. The court will reevaluate the situation and modify the order if a modification is in the best interest of the child.
I assume you also will be giving up any child support claim? Generally six months.
There is no specific time limit for awarding custody. Although the court tries to be as expediant as possible for the benefit of all the concerned parties. The time frame depends on factors such as the willingness of the parents to compromise,other persons being allowed to testify on behalf of a parent, or persons with a legal right to submit evidence or objection to the custody petition, and so on.
i think you have to do it before the child turns 18, but that is just what i think, im pretty sure though
That depends on where you live. In most states, you have the option of filing an emergency ex parte motion. State law mandates they must be heard in a specific time frame and if such a motion is granted, they are honored across state lines if your wife has already left. Your ex will be located and the child returned to your custody until you can continue to fight it out with her in court. If she has not yet left, the ex parte will remand the child to your custody before she has a chance to leave.
Yes. Child support orders can be amended. However, some U.S. states have a time frame in which relates to how often the custodial parent or legal guardian can file a petition for an increase in support amounts.
"Can" pr; imary custody be obtained under the scenario you've given? Yes. But, the real questions is "Why?" It sounds as if biological father is going to die ... And, I'm guessing that Dad has custody? Because he is in the hospital, he is clearly unable to care for his / your child(ren) without the assistance of another responsible adult. As the biological mother, you are the preferred choice for the custodial parent IF you have not given the court reason to believe that you are a neglectful and/or abusive parent. You should contact the attorney who handled the original custody hearing for you. S/he will file a Motion to Modify if it is warranted. Or, s/he will advise you of your options. It all depends on the particular facts of your situation. Rebuttle: Our current custody agreement is for myself to have our son for the week and his father to have him on the weekend. His father has stage 4 hodgkins lymphoma and is currently admitted for his bone marrow transplant. Our current order states that is one parent is PERSONALLY able to care for the child then the child will go to the other parent. My sons father will be in the hospital for an undermined amount of time and the total recovery time for his procedure is anywhere from 6months-1 1/2 years. The father and I have been butting heads on EVERYTHING even through his previous treatments and current treatment. I try to compromise as much as I can, but he is unwilling to budge on any decision if it isnt exactly what he wants. I do not feel that he is an unfit parent, nor do I feel he should have zero parental rights, but I do feel that given his current situation he is not thinking of what is best for our son. He refuses to agree on a school (even though our son is to start in september and his father will not be fully recovered by that time) and he also wants for his parents to take over his visitation days as if they were there own......when my sons father and I had agreed previously that if our son had the ability to be with either his mother or father first that that would happen before sending our son with other family members. I in no way have tried to keep my son from his father, nor would I ever do so. I am fully supportive of our son visiting his father and having as much time with his father as possible. However I do not feel his father is in the right mind frame to decide what is best for our son. He is only making decisions on what is best for his self and not what is best for our son.
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The medical providers themselves don't enter into the equation. As part of the divorce settlement the court awarded the primary custody of the child(ren) to the parent it was thought to be the best one to have primary custody. The divorce/and child support agreement should have addressed the question of the decision on medical providers (and payments) for the dependent child(ren). If this is a question that has arisen over the equity of medical payments by one parent over the other, it should be brought back to court and addressed as either a 'contempt of court order' matter or as a motion to re-frame the child support agreement.
In the state of California, it takes six months from the time the divorce is filed until it is finalized. This is the time frame for a non-contested divorce. The time can vary if there are issues such as child custody, child support or spousal support. If there are problems with settling on these matters, the time it takes until the divorce is final could be longer than six months.
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In most cases custody agreements are never final, but can be modified as circumstances change. However, if a custody order stipulates that the parent with primary physical custody cannot move from the county, it is necessary to petition the court for permission to move before moving. To build a case for the move before going to court, the custodial parent would most likely need to show that there is a good reason for the move (e.g. a better job or better living situation). That the move will not interfere with the access of the non-custodial parent (e.g. moving from Los Angeles County to Ventura County might not be a problem for the non-custodial parent. If the non-custodial parent is supportive of the move, that should make getting court approval much easier. If the two parents have good communication, the parent with primary physical custody might benefit from laying the groundwork by talking to the non-custodial parent before petitioning the court. That way questions like what school the child or children will attend in the new location, when and how the non-custodial parent will visit or pick up the child, etc. can be worked out in advance. In all custody cases the judge's responsibility is to protect the best interests of the child. Parents wishing to convince a judge should remember to frame their case in terms the overall benefits for the child or children involved.
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The purpose of a statute of limitations is to limit the time frame in which one can bring a law suit. As such, there is no such thing as a statute of limitations related to storing things for people. You need to find out what the abandonment laws are.
It's quite possible, the time frame depends upon the state SOL pertaining to child support. The custodial parent can file in the state where the order was granted or in the state where the non-custodial parent resides. The petitioner should choose the state with the longest Statute of Limitation's when filing the claim.
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Up to age 18 on a new claim even when the man never knew the child existed.
yes u probally can