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Moms Without Custody / Re: Hurt Strong Falsely Accused Mother
« Last post by ocean on Mar 20, 2019, 03:47:31 PM »
You can go down to family court and ask to see if you qualify for a free lawyer (legal aid) to help you through family court. You would probably need to petition the court next to have unsupervised visits next and see if they grant that. Then after a while you can ask for more time and overnight visits. If the kids are old enough to be in school, get involved , go to school activities, ask to read in child's classroom, go on school trips. If the kids are involved in outside activities go watch them at dance class, base ball practice....You should be allowed in all public places to watch your child as long as it is not against a court order. Let us know if you qualify for legal aid. Bring your court documents with you and a one page history in order of what happened so they can catch up on the case. Good luck! (We are not lawyers, just people who have been through family courts for a very long time)
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Moms Without Custody / Re: Hurt Strong Falsely Accused Mother
« Last post by JazzyBoo28 on Mar 19, 2019, 06:54:50 PM »
My first child is with my mom and my middle baby is with my grandmother. I have court ordered visitation not to mention it's supervised. The case is closed and my rights are not terminated. I have to pay child support also have a open case with disability. I am in South Carolina seeking major major help but I'll never stop fighting nor give up no matter what.
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Moms Without Custody / Re: Hurt Strong Falsely Accused Mother
« Last post by ocean on Mar 19, 2019, 03:18:24 PM »
Where are babies #1 and #2 now? Have your rights been taken away through court? Do you have visitation with them at all? Is this a Child Protective case still?
Depends on what is going on but you need to jump through CPS hoops to get your children back. Call your child worker or their boss and ask what needs to be done next for you to start seeing your children and gaining custody back. What state are you in?
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Moms Without Custody / Hurt Strong Falsely Accused Mother
« Last post by JazzyBoo28 on Mar 19, 2019, 09:40:48 AM »
I am a strong hurt and lost mother who's babies was taken without legal and proper investigation. Placed charges on me that was later dropped and dismissed 5 years later. Accused me of drug use which I came back clean took an old drug result from a previous miscarriage and placed the paperwork on my live baby. State had no evediance nor substantial facts to prove nor did they undergo a proper investigation. Took me to court 2 years later of being on my case. I had been in foster care from 2 until I was 18 when then I signed myself out. Got pregnant at 19 had my first born at 20. They jumped in my life when my son was 10mo old and didn't come to agreement with taking me to court until he was 2 years old. They left him with a stranger whom was not a foster parent nor relative. So much emotional distress and hurt with confusion. I've been attending and seeking mental health services and treatment since 1997 until today. I currently has custody of my 3rd baby and has since been arrested in 2018 for child neglect for the charge in 2013 which they let me out on bond and they dropped and dismissed all charges due to state not being able to provide reasonable doubt which I have ALL PAPERWORK and DOCUMENTS needed. I need my babies back and I've been searching for help and advice and assistance for years now. Is there anything I can do.
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Chit Chat / Need Help Regarding an Ancient Post Here
« Last post by nicollemaree on Mar 15, 2019, 04:11:07 PM »
Hi!  I've looked around for help on this but can't find it anywhere.

There's a very old post on here that I would like to inquire about, is there a moderator or someone that can help me?
Thanks in advance!
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Father's Issues / Re: Legal shared custody being asked to change
« Last post by Justabovewater on Feb 26, 2019, 09:52:17 AM »
I live in Kansas, Not California so I can only Give you what I experienced in Kansas. I was in the same situation, I was in court trying to get custody of my Children. The final Decision was they looked at who was the caregiver, Finances really had nothing to do with it. Since I was the one that worked and made the money to support the Family, She was the one that stayed home and took care of them, She was given Primary Custody. Afterwards she found Numerous Boyfriends, Moved the Children often and was not concerned about their education, I went back and received Custody. More Courts are starting to give Custody rights to Fathers then before. Hope this helps.   
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Father's Issues / Re: Legal shared custody being asked to change
« Last post by skriti659 on Feb 23, 2019, 01:53:29 AM »
Yes, the court always considers the best interests of the children when creating parental responsibility arrangements. I think he'll be more in favour of your wife.
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Thank you for your response. My wife is in Nashville TN area. I am outside Chicago il.
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Father's Issues / Re: Legal shared custody being asked to change
« Last post by ocean on Feb 16, 2019, 12:58:04 PM »
Why is this an issue now? How old is child? About picking schools?
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Father's Issues / Legal shared custody being asked to change
« Last post by alexmat1 on Feb 16, 2019, 09:58:14 AM »
I share legal custody of my son with my ex wife. She has primary physical custody and I have him on weekends. I have more time with him as per order but I only exercise weekends given the logistics etc.
We both have to discuss and confer on all education health issues etc. she is now asking the courts to let her have final say. We live in California that promotes shared custody but I have seen courts give dole or final deciding rights to wives.
What are my chances. She has better stability like a house better finances etc. can that influence the judge to give her the deciding power ?

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