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Author Topic: Family Court Order Revoking Parental Rights to Access child's edu & medical reco...  (Read 2412 times)

perserverance_1

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I'm PRO SE biological mom.

Recent Family Court Final Order revokes my rights to view my child's educational and medical records.  I have now filed a Notice of Appeal to the WV supreme court.

I previously obtained some of my child's edu records and would like to obtain the rest of my child's edu. records and medical records.  The partial records I have indicate my child has not been doing well at all.

1.  Since I am appealing, am I legally entitled to SUBPOENAE these records for purpose of appeal?

2.  Does filing a Notice of Appeal automatically put a STAY on the revocation of my rights to access this information?

3.  Or would it be necessary to file a STAY OF PROCEEDINGS with WV Supreme Court to be entitled to subpoena the records?


Any info would be greatly appreciated,
thanks,
perserverance


perserverance_1

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Now have found a little info about a STAY OF EXECUTION.  

1.  If necessary to file a stay with supreme court in order to be able to subpoeana my child's records, would a stay of execution (requesting that my parental rights to view edu & med records not be revoked pending appeal) be more appropriate?

2.  Could you discuss the differences between a stay of proceedings and stay of execution?

perserverance


>I'm PRO SE biological mom.
>
>Recent Family Court Final Order revokes my rights to view my
>child's educational and medical records.  I have now filed a
>Notice of Appeal to the WV supreme court.
>
>I previously obtained some of my child's edu records and would
>like to obtain the rest of my child's edu. records and medical
>records.  The partial records I have indicate my child has not
>been doing well at all.
>
>1.  Since I am appealing, am I legally entitled to SUBPOENAE
>these records for purpose of appeal?
>
>2.  Does filing a Notice of Appeal automatically put a STAY on
>the revocation of my rights to access this information?
>
>3.  Or would it be necessary to file a STAY OF PROCEEDINGS
>with WV Supreme Court to be entitled to subpoena the records?
>
>
>Any info would be greatly appreciated,
>thanks,
>perserverance
>

 

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