Custody Documents

Custody documents specifically refer to records pertaining to the custody or guardianship of a person whether an adult or a minor. It prescribes the rights and maintenance of the person who is in one’s care.

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Custody Documents

How do you do a letter indicating noncustodial parent will make monthly payments?

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Parenting and Children
Custody Documents

Is it illegal for your mom to keep you away from your dad at the age of 13?

If she has full custody, she has the say. You are approaching the age where you could inquire as to the reasons - which are probably more serious than her not liking him - and ask to visit on a supervised basis. You do not have rights of emancipation yet, so the decision is hers to make. If your dad has custody rights, he could go to court, but it is generally better for everyone to talk and come to an agreement outside of court.

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What is the exact location of the probate department in the court house in central islip?

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Can a father keep a 9 month baby from her mother?

If the mother has been the custodial parent (which most mothers are), or has been legally designated the custodial parent with a visitation order for the father, the mother can (and should) contact the police. Ask the police to intervene. At the same time, get an attorney to file an emergency petition in family court for custodial interference.

If the mother is the party with only visitation rights, under a court order for visitation, you would first need to know your rights and responsibilities under the order. If the father is violating the order, you would need to petition the court for the father disobeying the court order. The father would need to show just cause for not giving the baby to you at the appointed times per the court order. As long as you are doing your part of the order, and have no problems the judge could use to rule against you, the order should be enforced.

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What if you cant afford travel expenses for custodial visitation time?

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Should an attorney advise his client to sign an authorization to release PHI that is greater than the length of time indicated for a modification of parent child relationship?

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Child Support
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Does the noncustodial parent have to split the insurance premium if the custodial parent is the one carrying the insurance?

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How does it work when the father of an unwed relationship trys to gain custody of the children that he never lived with and the children now 9 and 10 are fearfull of the father who is violent?

Firstly, there would need to be some sort of quantifiable proof in regards to the violence, and show that this puts the children in harms way. That being said, all parents have rights to their children, the amount of rights ordered by the court is going to depend on things such as status quo.

Not living with one's children does not take away their rights to visitation.

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Child Support
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Can you prevent the custodial parent from taking the child out of state on a vacation?

If you have reason to believe that the custodial parent does not intend to return with your child, then you could file an emergency notice with the court. Otherwise it's best to be reasonable and allow your child to go on a vacation without creating unnecessary drama that would ultimately hurt your child

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What happens if the final custody order is not signed by the respondent but is signed by the petitioner will the judge sign the order at a Dismissal Hearing?

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Children and the Law
Custody Documents

Can a father agrue with a mother giving up her rights?

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Children and the Law
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Are courts required to give out handouts before a non related person becomes legal guardian?

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Acronyms & Abbreviations
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What does ss mean in Essex ss?

SS is a Post Code Area in the UK, England, County of Essex. It stands for Southend-on-Sea.

A Post Code Area is made of smaller Post Code Districts, each representing a town and its immediate environs.

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Children and Divorce
Custody Documents

What age must a child be before they can speak in the court of law in Vermont?

There is no minimum age for a child to testify in court in Vermont. In fact in most states there is no minimum age. Whether the judge would be willing to hear the testimony of a minor child depends on the case and what type of testimony as there are two types.

Factual Testimony is when someone testifies to what they personally witnessed (saw, heard, felt, tasted, etc.). If a minor is a witness in a case, the judge will very likely assign an attorney for the minor so that they will be protected by someone whose sold job it is to think of what's best for the child, not the defense or plaintiff or prosecutor. At that point the judge will ask questions of the child (either in chambers or in the courtroom - possibly during pre-trial motions, or the trial itself) to see if he/she understands the difference between truth and lies, that there would be punishment for lying in court, and to see if the child's testimony would cause them more harm than do good for whomever they are testifying. If a child is a victim of a crime, protecting the child from testifying of it would case the child harm is common as it is felt to be better to err on the side of caution, then to let a child who is not emotionally or mentally ready to testify, relive the abuse in court. That said children as young as age four have been found competant by judges in regards to factual testmony.

Preference Testimony is when someone is testifying to say what they wish the judge would do, or let them do. This is very common in divorce court and like factual testimony, the judge may have an attorney appointed to the minor, and ask questions to determine competency. And like in factual testimony, if the judge decides the child cannot testify they need to say on the record why and how they came to that decision. If they do not, it can be cause for appeal.

As you have not mentioned what kind of case or type of testimony, I suggest you consult with an attorney in Vermont (many give a free consultation) to discuss the case you want to testify in and how likely it would be in your particular situation.

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When a parent can loose visitation from parent?

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California
Oregon
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How many people are named Madison Marie Sims in OR?

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Children and the Law
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How long before you can claim child abandonment by the other parent in California?

According to section 7822.3 of the California codes:

"One parent has left the child in the care and custody of the other parent for a period of one year without any provision for the child's support, or without communication from the parent, with the intent on the part of the parent to abandon the child."

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Child Support
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How does a father get custody of his minour child?

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How should the father prepare for a child custody suit where he is suing for custody and the parents are not married?

He should prepare in the same way he would if the parents had been married. Not being married does not change your rights to your child, but remember to try and be reasonable and work out an arrangement that's best for your child and gives him/her as equal of time with each parent as possible

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What are the rights of both parents when their child is raised by the third person?

There is a wide range of possibilities depending on the details and the court orders. A third party may have a legal guardianship with the parents having visitation rights or the court may terminate the parents rights. You need to review any court orders related to the case and either visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate or hire an attorney who can review the situation and explain the options, if any.


There is a wide range of possibilities depending on the details and the court orders. A third party may have a legal guardianship with the parents having visitation rights or the court may terminate the parents rights. You need to review any court orders related to the case and either visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate or hire an attorney who can review the situation and explain the options, if any.


There is a wide range of possibilities depending on the details and the court orders. A third party may have a legal guardianship with the parents having visitation rights or the court may terminate the parents rights. You need to review any court orders related to the case and either visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate or hire an attorney who can review the situation and explain the options, if any.


There is a wide range of possibilities depending on the details and the court orders. A third party may have a legal guardianship with the parents having visitation rights or the court may terminate the parents rights. You need to review any court orders related to the case and either visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate or hire an attorney who can review the situation and explain the options, if any.

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Legal Documents
Custody Documents

Is a document that is required to be notarized and is not a legal document?

A signed, notarized document is a legal document.

A signed, notarized document is a legal document.

A signed, notarized document is a legal document.

A signed, notarized document is a legal document.

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How do you stop your ex from taking your son out of the UK?

You need to contact an attorney immediately. The attorney/solicitor can review your situation and any custody orders, explain your rights and options and take any necessary legal action. The nature of the information you need is too important and time sensitive to gather information from online sites. You need answers under current law.

You need to contact an attorney immediately. The attorney/solicitor can review your situation and any custody orders, explain your rights and options and take any necessary legal action. The nature of the information you need is too important and time sensitive to gather information from online sites. You need answers under current law.

You need to contact an attorney immediately. The attorney/solicitor can review your situation and any custody orders, explain your rights and options and take any necessary legal action. The nature of the information you need is too important and time sensitive to gather information from online sites. You need answers under current law.

You need to contact an attorney immediately. The attorney/solicitor can review your situation and any custody orders, explain your rights and options and take any necessary legal action. The nature of the information you need is too important and time sensitive to gather information from online sites. You need answers under current law.

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If the mother consents can you take your child across state lines permanently without legal documentation or do you still need to go through the courts?

I assume you are unmarried. Generally in the United States, an unmarried mother has sole legal custody of her child automatically. An unmarried father must establish his paternity legally in court in order to gain parental rights. Once established he can petition for custody and/or a visitation schedule. If the mother consents to the father having legal custody the procedure will go more quickly and smoothly. He should request a consent and court approval to move the child out of state at the same time.


If you do as planned, you do not have legal custody of your child and you will encounter legal problems. You may not be able to register the child in school or obtain medical treatment without proof of legal custody. There is always the possibility that the child's mother will change her mind and accuse you of kidnapping.


You should visit the family court and ask to speak with an advocate who can advise you what you need to file. It would be better if you could consult with a private attorney who specializes in family law and custody issues in your area.

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