Are custody orders valid in other states?
It’s also important to understand that a child custody order in one state is valid and enforceable in nearly every other state so custodial parents can’t simply pick up and move across state lines without following certain procedures. Read on to learn more about how the law can apply to interstate custody situations.
What happens if ex does not follow divorce decree?
If your ex-spouse violates any aspect of the final decree of divorce, you can file a motion for contempt of court. The motion must state what areas of the final decree have been violated and why the ex-spouse should be held in contempt of court. The burden of proof during a contempt hearing is on the injured party.
How do I file a motion to enforce a divorce decree?
Complete and file a motion to enforce your divorce decree. Expect to pay a filing fee when you do so. When you file a motion with the court, you are asking the judge to enforce the terms of your divorce decree. Your ex-spouse may respond to your motion. The court will then set a date for a hearing.
How do I get custody of my grandchild in New Mexico?
Whatever the reason, grandparent guardianship starts with filing a petition for temporary guardianship. You must be able to prove that neither parent of the child is willing or able to properly care for the child and that you have a close, personal relationship with that child.
Can I live with my grandma at 17?
Assuming that your mother is unwilling to let you go, your grandparents would need to file for guardianship for you in either Probate or Juvenile Court. Since you’re 17, you would need to consent to their petition in writing. Your parents would…
Can I live with my grandma at 14?
With the permission of your parents. It doesn’t have to be anything more than “Sure. You can live with Granny and Gramps.” My older son lived with a friend’s family for over a year with . They will usually try to place you with willing family members, who agree to any restrictions ordered by CPS and/or the court.
Can a 16 year old choose to live with his grandparents?
Answer: A minor does not have a right to choose his residence, and is subject to the custody and control of his parent or legal custodian until emancipated. It is possible that the grandparents could petition for guardianship or termination of parental rights.
Can my 16 year old choose where to live?
There is no ‘Magic Age’ There is no fixed age when a child can decide on where they should live in a parenting dispute. Instead their wishes are one of many factors a court will consider in reaching a decision.
Can my parents call the cops on me if I’m 18?
4 attorney answers Now that you are 18, your parents cannot control your movements. The simple act of leaving your home, and associating with an adult is not criminal. If your parents call the cops about such a circumstance, nothing will happen.
Can my 16 year old refuse visitation?
No matter the reason for not wanting to see their other parent, custodial parents are responsible for making sure that their child sees their other parent. When it’s a teenager who is refusing visitation, the court may look at the situation differently than they would if it was a young child.
At what age can a child refuse visitation?
Most judges understand that once a child reaches their teens (14 /15 /16 /17), it certainly is difficult to force them to visit with a noncustodial parent when they are adamant about not seeing them, but it truly is not the child’s decision.
What do I do if my child refuses to visit the father?
You do have to physically take the child to the place of handover as ordered by the Court. It is not enough to simply take the child to handover. If the child says they do not want to go, you have a positive obligation to encourage the child to spend time with the other parent.
What do I do if my child doesn’t want to see a parent?
Talk to your child about why they don’t want to go Try to get to the bottom of why your child doesn’t want to spend time or stay with your co-parent. Let your child express their feelings to you without judgment. When it’s your turn to respond, do so with kindness and understanding.
What is considered harassment by a co parent?
It’s essential to let your attorney know if your co-parent is harassing you with endless texts or phone calls or if he or she is speaking negatively about you or spreading rumors behind your back or on social media. No one should criticize or berate a co-parent in front of their children.