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Re: Legal custody means no custody.?

Re: Legal custody means no custody.? Topic: Legal research papers
May 22, 2019 / By Adelice
Question: In the last 6 yrs, I have had to fire two attourneys for misrepresentation and unethical conduct ect; since then I have done countless months days and hours of legal research. My situation has forced me to represent myself in court to revise my parenting order so my X cannot keep me from seeing my daughter. What I've learned is that our legal system ect; is failing to do what is in the best interest of the child ect;. The fact is that I am doing everything in my power to have (court ordered) visitation time with her. Thousands of dollars I've spent on greedy, deadbeat attourneys leaving me broke with little result has made me realise that I'm better off representing myself in court. Not only because I have little money but obviesly I would be the fool to "take a loan out to hire another one." Besides the fact that it states in the modification papers you get from the courthouse, (the ones you use to file a motion with the court...) that you CAN represent yourself in court.....
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Teagan Teagan | 1 day ago
court is very tricky to represent yourself but you can do it. i don't know your situation but unless your deemed an unfit parent you have every right to see your child i wish you the best of luck and if it doesn't work out just remember that most of the time the child will want to find out who there biological parent is and will find you for questions and answers about you good luck
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Teagan Originally Answered: Is this a good reason for joint custody?How will the child support work if custody is granted to DAD?
Your husband should be documenting everything you have written here, and he should request "First Right of Refusal" to pick his daughter up from daycare. A child should be allowed to attend swimming & dance lessons if either parent requests it and is willing to pay for the cost (or the courts find it feasible for both parents to contribute to those diverse activities). You, unfortunately, need to take a step back and support your husband, but stay out of this situation. Offer and ear and advice where requested but butt out otherwise... Good Luck...
Teagan Originally Answered: Is this a good reason for joint custody?How will the child support work if custody is granted to DAD?
I think you all are. YOu have to look at what you just said. The child has problems. She will say things that may not even be happening. When my daughter was 4, she had a rash behind her ear. She told my mother i burned her with a cigarette. I was flabbergasted. I do not even smoke. I have no idea where that even came from. So a child could say anything. Second, you seem like you are money grubbing. All i see is how your fiancee' has to pay support...Well it happens. He has a child with her so that is the thing that needs to be done. Grow up and deal with it. As for the child's teeth rotting, it happens. I have friends who brushed their child's teeth after every meal and still had them rot out before they were 5. There is a problem with calcium getting to the teeth. I suggest you keep your nose out of it and just be nice.
Teagan Originally Answered: Is this a good reason for joint custody?How will the child support work if custody is granted to DAD?
Well, since this is the internet, and I have no way of knowing both sides of the story, I can't give a real answer. But, I will say this. If the child is being abused, you should call the police and Child Protective Services. At best, the child could end up with your fiance under full custody. At worst, the ex gets ticked off (which she already is...) Again, please call someone, if she is not being cared for that is a serious problem.

Peyton Peyton
I'm not really sure how to answer your question, but I can tell you that many parents use their children as pawns in order to get back at their ex's, many lawyers do not fight as passionately as a parent who wants to see their child, and the courts are often overwhelmed with cases and have a hard time seeing what really might be in the child's best interest. While not in a custody matter, I represented myself (because I had little money and knew I was in the right) and was successful. If you have the brains to study a bit and do some research - I say 'go for it' I wish you best of luck.
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Peyton Originally Answered: I am going to file for full custody or joint custody for my kids?
Dating someone else and not helping with home work are not reasons you can use (and to bring up the new partner may harm your chances of soul custody) And as their is no proof it would be difficult to gain full custody. Speak to a lawyer and ask their opinion on what you should do. If you have a chance at full custody go for it, if not just get joint.
Peyton Originally Answered: I am going to file for full custody or joint custody for my kids?
Well, if you get some evidence about what she is doing like drinking and driving and the whole seat belt thing, go for full custody, if you don't really feel like you could win, go for joint custody and later on try for full custody. Try speaking to a lawyer also to see what they think.

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