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father916

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« on: Sep 20, 2013, 05:38:41 PM »
The mother of my two kids is in jail with three felony charges against her. Her mother has our kids and I am trying to get them from her and she not trying to work anything with me. So I was looking for any information on how to get them from her. The mother of the kids had majority of custody and the grandmother was not granted any custody of the kids.. Thank you.


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Re: custody
« Reply #1 on: Sep 21, 2013, 10:35:50 AM »
I think you'll need to file a motion with the court to change custody. You probably ought to consult with an attorney ASAP before the grandmother's caring for them becomes an "established custodial environment" (ECE).  The first link below should give you some idea of how to proceed, based on the fact that there seems to have been a "Substantial Change In Circumstances" (her being jail).

Defining "Substantial Change In Circumstances"
Once custody has been determined, any subsequent changes in the parenting plan must be made with the approval of the court.


Different Types Of Child Custody
There are several types of custody commonly established.

Criminal Custodial Interference
A comprehensive list of State statutes covering criminal custodial interference.



The mother of my two kids is in jail with three felony charges against her. Her mother has our kids and I am trying to get them from her and she not trying to work anything with me. So I was looking for any information on how to get them from her. The mother of the kids had majority of custody and the grandmother was not granted any custody of the kids.. Thank you.
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