What the law on mothers trying to take away joint custody from the father in Oklahoma?
Not sure what you mean but she has the right to go to court to try to get full custody. What she do not have the right to do is to break the custody order and not let the child go when itś your turn.
Will you get custody being an unwed mother when the father and you have a mutual notorized agreement for visitation and child support you are trying to move out of state what are your rights?
Single mothers have sole custody, however I teach fathers how to stop such moves.
Your odds are just as good as anyone else's. There is a new trend of family courts taking children from mothers and giving them to fathers. If you make any kind of alleghation against the father, the courts will say you are trying to alienate the father and give custody to him. If you don't accuse him of anything, they will say that he is a good father and give custody to him. Fathers who… Read More
You are having problems with your late wifes mother she is trying to gain custody access what do you do as a father?
Does she want custody or access?
I don't know exactly how to do this I'm trying to get my dad to have custody. But my best answer would be to check with a local courthouse.
You are a father who has custody of your two small girls you are not married to your fiance yet but your ex wife is getting married is trying to regain custody of your children What are her chances on?
see your other question
It's dependent on the distance.
I can only tell you by my recent experience, I am as well a single mother, my sons father is not on the birth certificate, until it is established in court and he has established visitation and custody you have sole custody, this was told to me by the sheriffs office as well as a lawyer, but the one thing that they can do is hold it against you in court is if you withhold… Read More
I'm trying to get custody of my younger sister my mom oks it but said she had signed court papers saying she gave full custody to my dad. Is this legal and or possible without going to court?
If the original decree gave full custody to the father, then only the father can relinquish said custody. You will need to hire an attorney to figure out the legal implications required to take on such a task. But is it possible to give away custody of her without going to court? All my mom did was sign papers and send them to my dad who has not even filed them.
When the father of a minor child dies does the biological mom have to file for custody and to avoid the fathers guardians from trying to obtain custody?
Only if she did not have parental rights when the man dies. Otherwise she automatically gets custody unlesss she is unfit. It is assumed the couple was not married. In the United States an unmarried biological mother already has legal custody of her child unless her parental rights have been affected by a court order. If the child was living with the father, his family may petition for custody and in that case the mother… Read More
Your court order was filed in Ontario but your son and you are moving to Edmonton does his father still have to pay child support?
Yes/No If he is awarded custody because you're trying to take his child away from him, he won't be paying.
You have custody of your son your ex is trying to take away your custody because you live with your fiance is it illegal in the State of Arkansas to live with someone and retain custody?
not if you are the biological parent
If the father hasn't worked in 2 years and is constantly moving what are his chances of receiving full custody?
I am sorry to say the outcome is not good. Once you settle into a job and have proven you are trying then your chances rise considerably. You can have visitation rights of course. Time to settle down and take on that responsiblility. Doesn't sound like you are all that serious about the custody of your child. Even if you take a job and show you have stability, live in a decent neighborhood and can… Read More
No you do not have to marry him. Years ago, that would be a very common practice, to marry the baby's father. But in today's society, that is becoming more scarce. Also, today, there are loads of resources out that for singles mothers. But even with them, the road ahead could be very trying and difficult.
Mothers are not there just trying to be strong for you.
It depends on the details such as the character of your boyfriend and whether having him in residence creates a healthy environment for the children, whether their father objects, whether your relationship is long term or you're having short term boyfriends move in. Depending on the circumstances, if you find yourself in court trying to maintain your custody, that situation may not work in your favor. It depends on the details such as the character… Read More
is he a part of the child's life? if yes then you may depends on your state laws,but if he wants to be there you should be happy that will help yu out and give you some time to yourself with is golden when you have kids Even if you were never married, the father could petition the court at any time to establish paternity. Once paternity has been established, then he has the right… Read More
That is fully dependent on the circumstances and a judge's view of them. But, in the state of Arizona, a single father can take a new born home with him. It's the only state with assumption rights laws on single fathers. Under certain circumstances, an "In Utero" custody challenge can be filed in the state where conception took place. See link below
If you see your mothers spirit on the day she died, she is trying to let you know she is okay.
yes if you remember she gave her mom temporary custody of jace and is now trying to get it back.
There are plenty of fathers out there trying very hard and the judges just push them off and give everything to the mother! I have seen it happen and its very sad. The evidence in our case was the Father having a domestic violence restraining order against the mother from him and the child and the judge still gave her full custody. It happens all too much and needs to change. It should be the… Read More
What can you do if you don't want to live with your mom anymore and want to live with your dad but are only 14?
If your mother and father have divorced and have joint custody, you may be able to get both of them to agree to go back to court to change the legal custody arrangement. If everyone is in agreement, the proceedings should be relatively fast and not too expensive. However, if your mother has primary custody and doesn't want to give that up to your dad, your options are limited. If you are experiencing neglect by… Read More
Stanley's father was trying to invent a way to recycle old sneakers
When trying to gain custody of younger siblings, abuse and neglect have to be proven. Some states are more third party friendly, and you will need an attorney to petition the court.
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My boyfriend and he is the father of my children moved out of our rental house for a month and then came back and won't leave He is trying to get custody of our kids what can I do I live in Michigan?
to the best of my knowledge if you are paying the bills there you might have to go to court and get an eviction notice for him because a lot of laws require you to give someone , one even if you said they could stay a few days and they never left and if he cannot provide a home and support for the children he will not or should not get custody
None except to appeal the decision. They may be granted limited access, after a period of time, until a hearing before a judge to determine the reasons and long term plans for the children. If the circumstances do not warranted this action, the parents will need to treat this case as a father would trying to get custody from a mother. Detailed records need to be kept and evidence compiled. see links
My boyfriend is in jail for the next 20 years and I'm trying to get custody of our child - can he fight me for it?
No he cant
What do you mean by Bad Tricks? This can be interpretive.
If a parent is convicted of a felony and loses parental rights does the parent still have to pay child support?
Unfortunately, this depends on gender. Hen mothers lose their parental rights, usually due to a conviction of child abuse, than no. But, when that happens to a father, than yes. Even in cases where the single mother loses her rights, the child is placed in foster care, and the father pays child support without having access rights, though he was not involved in the abuse. That's the case with a KCMO father right now who… Read More
No. The father must obey the visitation order that was issued by the court that has jurisdiction over the case. If he continues to violate the visitation order and continues to exert negative influence on the child rather than trying to mitigate the situation, he could lose both any shared legal custody and visitation rights.
You won't. Too many people were trying to use it to make meth.
Why shouldn't he if she goes on deployment?
Nemo is a boy and yes his father missed him which why he is trying to find him.
If my ex husband has primary joint custody of my son and he has voiced wanting to live with me what do I need prepared when I go to court for proof?
If this was a judgment award you will need to prove that it is in the best interest of the child to live with you are and whatever issues were involved have been resolved. Depending on the age of the child he can say for himself which parent he wants to live with as long as there are no judgments against you. If this was a custody agreement between you and the father, it is… Read More
This question would be better addressed to your lawyer. Trying to handle this without a lawyer is very likely a grave mistake.
They were not trying to kill their father. However, the fact that they left Scotland right after the murder made it look like they did kill him.
What percentage of children that are removed from parents are given to grandparents for permanent custody?
Not enough unfortunately. Usually, if the child is removed from both parents' care before legal guardianship is established, the child is remanded to the custody of the state. At that point, it becomes more difficult (and expensive) for grandparents to gain custody. There are heartbreaking stories all over the place of grandparents trying in vain to get custody of their grandchildren.
I've been trying to gain sole custody of my 8month old daughter but nobody seems to able to assist what is the problem with this issue
Avenge their mother's death. Solve and avenge their mothers death
I posted the question and I am trying to prove to a friend it is impossible can any one prove me wrong ? Yes,You are wrong and Yes it is possible. The child can have another blood type other than the mothers. If It a question of paternity(ie:who's the father) the child & the father will need a DNA test not a blood test. I posted the question man u got way off topic The… Read More
Ramona's father lost his job, and Ramona is trying to make money to help her father and family.
Yes, unless somehow his charges cause the courts to decide otherwise, but in where this looks to be going, its more of trying to press stat rape charges on him, and that is a non violent crime and in most cases could get him in a lot of trouble, but serves no right to deny him his parental rights.
The dream could be an expression of your feeling that your father is trying to hold you down, or "kill your fun." I suspect you want to do something that your father is firmly against.
You should seek written permission from the father before leaving the state with your child. It will help you out tremendously if the father ever goes after you. If there is no paternity declaration, court orders involving custody and support, etc. I believe it would be legal...just not smart. If you do go without his permission, at least send him a certified letter once you arrive informing him of your new address. If a judge… Read More
Your husband pays child support for his daughter in Tennessee and she thinks she may be pregnant does he still have to pay child support?
I do not see a provision for that. See link A concern would be them trying to increase the payment to cover the extra expenses. The father of the child could try to file so custody in the state where the child was conceived. see link
You are trying to help your boyfriend get custody of his son the mom cant afford the son and the boy is not in a good environment they move every other month theres drugs and alcohol around the son an?
Dad need to file a petition with the court where the child lives for custody. If the mom has custody, dad needs to file for change of custody. He may have to show proof that mom is unfit, or prove the drugs and alcohol abuse. It can get rough.
You need to find legal proof that the mother is unfit to have custody of the child, drug testing and home inspections can be ordered resulting in the decision that a parent is unfit. Remember to stay within the law while trying to get legal custody of the child and always do what you feel is in the best interest of the child.
Generally, no. Not unless he has no visitation rights, his parental rights have been terminated or never established. The parent trying to travel without the proper consent forms or proof of sole parental custody will encounter trouble leaving the country, entering a country of destination and returning to the original country. You should consult with an attorney to make certain any necessary documentation is in order. See related links for additional information. the answer is… Read More
my friend is on probation and her boyfriend will not leave because he thinks hes the father of her child in which there is no DNA proof that he is .this guy keeps trying to enable her to drink alcohol so he can gain custody of her child so he doesn't have to work . how can we get him out of her apartment that we own that my friend lives in for good?
In a civil trial, the Plaintiff is trying to get money, property, child custody, etc from the defendant. In a criminal trial, the Prosecutor is trying to have the Judge or Jury find the defendant guilty of committing a crime.