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Pennsylvania State Forum / Using PFA to many plate custody
« Last post by auntkelly2011 on Jun 02, 2018, 07:10:17 PM »
I am posting this for my friend Tim. About a year and a half to 2 years ago he and his wife split up, she immediately filed for a PFA putting him into the county jail, then into court ordered rehabilitation regarding his alleged alcohol use. At that time he did not truly know his right's nor did he have access to a decent lawyer, thus he just complied with the order, and is now at the end of completing the court ordered rehab program. The child has been able to see him when he was given a day pass to visit his mother, which was the mutually agreed upon verbal arrangement mediated by his mother who's tried to remain as neutral as possible. So, for the past year at the minimum, he has seen his son at his mothers, and the only contact with his ex wife was whatevery verbally relayed through his mom. Recently, the ex wife, WITHOUT provocation decided to request an extension of the PFA and modification denying him any visitation with his son. As far as we are aware his mother knew nothing about this.....and as of right now the PFA will be extended with said modification if he does not respond. The only thing we can theorize that may have caused the ex wife to do this would be his mother telling her (without him knowing) that I have given him all of the necessary form's and paperwork to file for divorce and for custody. (Separate filings) There was no other provocation,  thus would it be fair to state that she is manipulating the courts and PFA to suit her CUSTODY desires if she has no tangible evidence to sumbit?
Common sense and other Intel do point to the ex wife's continued  (she used while they were married) drug abuse, hence the manipulation of the courts to avoid her paying any fees associated with an actual custody and divorce procceding. It is also of note that she repeatedly denies him visits with his son unless her demands for money (of course through his mom) are met FIRST. I don't want to think his own mother is in kahoots with her, but honestly that's not the issue at hand, it just seems to be logical that if she is still using, and is in the wrong for using the PFA to try to keep him at her arms length. With her demands for money and PFA extension it all seems to be an attempt to manipulate using the PFA to keep him away, legally, yet shes still allowing the visits through his somewhat naieve mom.....any advice?
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Use your right to remain silent and don't say anything until you a) speak with a family law attorney and b) get the paternity test results back.

Some of these pages may help, so read all you can:

http://deltabravo.net/cms/search.php?q=paternity&s=Search&r=0



Hello,

Living in Maryland.

I am a male, and I was recently sued by my ex female girlfriend "Amended complaint for custody, child support, and other relief".
I have filed the first part, declaring that I was not sure about the child father. I could be the father, I maybe not. I have requested the court to provide a DNA test to determine paternity.

Now I am looking at 30 discovery questions, however I don't want to provide any information until the DNS tests confirms the paternity.

I have 30 days to turn in the discovery questions. Can I reply to those questions, that I am not providing requested information until the DNA tests confirms paternity?

Otherwise, what would you suggest?

It seems unreasonable for me to provide private and financial information without knowing for sure if I am the biological father. (I haven't sign any papers about the paternity of the child).
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Visitation Issues / Police Escort out of Graduation
« Last post by Britt on May 23, 2018, 03:49:47 PM »
I was escorted out of my daughter's graduation ceremony by the school security and police in front of everyone with absolutely NO legal basis to do so.  My daughter's father and stepmother had a chat with someone and they all came over and kicked out my whole family, including two children who were crying over the trauma.  They threatened to take me to jail and file criminal trespass on all of us.  This was all about getting revenge on me, since he knew I would be there and didn't say a word about it till graduation.  I flew in for this and instead of seeing her graduation, I was in the parking lot trying to console my son.  It was horrible.  Just sharing my experience and hope it never happens to any one of you.
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When is the dna test? Who is requesting info in 30 days? Do you have a court date?
Fill out the paperwork and bring it to court in a folder. Leave it there until the judge asks for it and then you can say you will give info about your financials as soon as test comes back positive you are the father. That you are willing to support child if child is yours. If her lawyer is asking for it, ignore and follow above.....Most child support courts ask you to bring a notorized paper about salary and money but many times they do not ask for it until the end to decide child support amounts.

At the same time, you should file for temporary joint custody in the event you are the father or at the very least have that paperwork ready to go and when you find out you can file it to be added to case.
Good luck! (not a lawyer, just years of experience in family court).
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Hello,

Living in Maryland.

I am a male, and I was recently sued by my ex female girlfriend "Amended complaint for custody, child support, and other relief".
I have filed the first part, declaring that I was not sure about the child father. I could be the father, I maybe not. I have requested the court to provide a DNA test to determine paternity.

Now I am looking at 30 discovery questions, however I don't want to provide any information until the DNS tests confirms the paternity.

I have 30 days to turn in the discovery questions. Can I reply to those questions, that I am not providing requested information until the DNA tests confirms paternity?

Otherwise, what would you suggest?

It seems unreasonable for me to provide private and financial information without knowing for sure if I am the biological father. (I haven't sign any papers about the paternity of the child).
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Custody Issues / Re: How Do You Terminate A Mothers Rights?
« Last post by WarFighter28 on Apr 26, 2018, 09:45:17 PM »
Yes all visitation is stopped by TRO at this moment. I think that we have everything figured out now. Thanks for the replies.
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Custody Issues / Re: Show cause?
« Last post by dipper on Apr 24, 2018, 05:10:24 AM »
That is probably what I will do.   I just.....I don't think he is a good person.   He is 34 and seems very immature.  He calls people "retarded" and "gay".  His advice to mom when she was lonely back in January before they started dating was to "Go get drunk."  He has an 11 year old child and within two weeks of mom dating him, she was posting videos with lots of pics of them in bed together in his house.  Pics of his daughter riding around with them.  Mom spends all of her time over there.  And I believe there are other adults in the house too - his parents.


On top of that, he is willing to lie and go along with her against a court order.   And mom has asked for one of her full weeks she gets to be in May....conveniently right after she introduces child to him. 
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Custody Issues / Re: Show cause?
« Last post by ocean on Apr 23, 2018, 03:32:34 PM »
Pick you battles..... ask to meet him before child does (next week) and you will let it go. The time you get into a hearing it will be over the 6 months and the money spent to do it would be a waste. Meet him and if he seems okay then just keep the evidence for next set of issues. Hopefully he has positive influences on BM. Good luck!
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Custody Issues / Show cause?
« Last post by dipper on Apr 23, 2018, 03:27:09 PM »
My husband and I have custody of our grandchild.  The mother has every other weekend and a few hours each Wednesday visitation.  The GAL put in court order no new boyfriends to be introduced to child until 6 months continuous dating.  The mother began dating a man January 30th, the date I am sure of.


She quickly basically moved in with him and on weekends went back to her mother's home to see child. But she exposed child to video chat with him.  Today I told her we would like to meet him mid July before child does.  She informed me that she will be introducing them next week, claiming to have dated since November.


He is willing to lie with her.  I have told them we will be in court as they are breaking a court order .  I believe I have proof of when they began dating.She refuses to as much as show me a pic of them together in the fall.  I have told her to give me proof and I will let it go.


I know she is lying and this is why it was put into order. She cannot stay away from a man.  She is willing to risk contempt so that she can be with him all the time.


Thing is...we just got an order signed in January after a long battle and wait for judges decision. I don't want to make the judge angry but they are breaking court order.


What do you think?
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19 April 2018, 7:01 am

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