how can you find out if a parent has filed for custody?

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Answered: Why should parents be given joint custody?

Unless there is some reason for NOT awarding joint custody - such as being un-fit - or homeless - or unemployed - or an alcoholic - or a druggie - or abusive, etc. then joint custody is awarded so each parent shares in the responsibilty of raising the child - & so the child would have as stable as ...

Answered: Custody Order Violation

Yes, he can file. Some jursidictions take into consideration the wishes of children age 12 and older. However, in forcing the matter, the father runs the risk of alienating the child. Teenagers often do an about-switch to live with the other parent. It's a "things are too strict here, the other ...

Answered: Wanting to file for legal custody.

You should ask your mother for financial help in order to get a lawyer. The lawyer will protect you and the child from the messed up "system" that you do not want to deal with on your own. Do it all by the books or you will get screwed. Congrats on getting off drugs and growing up. I am happy to ...

Answered: In a child custody case how does a father prove he is a better parent for

You need to have a job, clean safe housing, and have steady income. Those are the main things a judge will look at. If you are questioning the things you need ready you need to contact the court before you go there. You are most definitely going to need pay stubs from your work checks.

Answered: Hos do I find a folder or file

In Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can click on the Start button at the bottom left. The field at the bottom says "search programs and files". If you know the file name, or even the beginning, type it in and click on the magnifying glass to search. Another way is to click on Documents, or ...

Answered: Me and my husband are still together and his parents are seeking custudy

That question, unfortunately, I CAN answer. ..YES THEY CAN. All they have to do is file a claim with CPS with ANY kind of a "suspicion" that you are unfit parents, and , if they can provide a "safer" environment than you have, the courts may very likely take your kid away until you PROVE that you ...
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What can I do if a non-custodial parents lives out ...

HI,I don't understand why this parent has your chiold and will not retutn her back to you.Even after a court has order him to do so.HE is not the real parent you are.Your 17 year old child is old enough to speak out to say she wants to come home with you.Maybe there is a reason that she wants to be ...

What if the non custodial parent moves to a house unfit for the children

I disagree about Monica's reply, the non-custodial parent is still their parent and though the parent that the child resides with disapproves of the lifestyle of the noncustodial parent they must first reason with themselves by asking themselves: Is this enviornment physically dangerous or ...

What happens when one spouse goes to court to ...

Sue, you'll probably have to go to court and present your case. Some settlement will have to be reached or the judge will decide the matter. It's really easier and less expensive to settle the matter without going to court, but you might still have to go to court to have the changes approved. No ...

What to do for parents who had miscarriage?

When I had my first miscarriage, I remember the nicest thing someone did was my Mom's friend, who was also a nurse, sent me a box of chocolates with a note that said, "Thinking of you" XOXO. Keep it simple, they might not want to talk about it, because they're grieving, but you can acknowledge it ...