How do I file emergency custody in a different state?
How long has he been with you? The UCCJEA (Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act) decides where jurisdiction of a child, for the purposes of custody, lies. Generally a child needs to be present in a state for at least six consecutive months before said state can assume jurisdiction to handle any custody issues. HOWEVER, it is not with out loopholes. Specifically if the child has substantial connections where he is. This means school, friends, sports, extended family... Sometimes if you petition the state to assume emergency jurisdiction based on that and the reason it is needed, the state will oblige. You would do best with a lawyer to help you through this process, but some state/county court websites have printable forms to fill out. Your first step is to petition the court for emergency jurisdiction, siting your child's substantial connection to the state. With that filing you submit a separate motion for emergency temporary custody due to your ex's current situation, which is the substantial change in circumstance you need to get custody changed, at all or ever. If your intention is permanent custody, go for temporary custody, pending permanent custody motion/proceedings. Emergency custody is rarely permanent. Judges do not like making permanent custody orders under emergency circumstances.The judge in your state will make a phone call to the judge that decided custody in the order that awarded your ex custody. They will chat and permission should be granted to your judge to officially assume jurisdiction. If it is not, then you will need to go to the other state and file for emergency custody there.
How do I file for a temporary emergency custody order for my grandson? I live in Kern County and he is in L.A. County. Where do I have to file the order?
Basically, you can get the forms from either the superior court in the county where your child (grandchild) lives or use the internet to find them. Generally, you will need the following forms:Request for Order, Form FL-300Temporary Emergency Court Orders, Form FL-305Declaration, MC-030Try this link… How to File for Temporary Custody in California
Can I get temporary or emergency custody to move my children out of state until my move away request is granted?
Ask your lawyer. The answer to this question is going to vary case by case and state by state.If there’s an existing custody order, you will need to obtain leave of the court that issued the custody order in order to move away. Whether the court will be inclined to grant that leave is another matter and will depend on all the facts of your case. Even if there is not an existing custody order, the other parent could, upon getting wind of your intended move, obtain a writ of ne exeat or an emergency custody order stripping you of the right to take the children with you, since precipitous moves have historically been a prelude to procedural games designed to cut the other parent out of the children’s lives.A law called the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, which is in effect in all states, provides that even after you move, the state you left is most likely going to be the proper forum for litigation, so if you move without notice and wait for the other party to commence the required court proceedings, you’ll be at that much more of a disadvantage.Regarding procedural remedies such as temporary custody, you’d have to identify the jurisdiction for any specifics.In my state, Pennsylvania, a temporary custody order or a ne exeat in a new case is “special relief”, Pa. R.C.P. No. 1915.13, but if there’s already a custody order, there is a requirement that the relocating parent give notice to the other parent if the relocation is of such a character that whatever existing custody schedule there is will become impracticable as a result. The court may grant interim leave to relocate pending a hearing but only if it finds “exigent circumstances.” 23 Pa.C.S. § 5337(g).¹ A party’s failure to give the required notice in a timely manner may be held against them. Id. subd. (j).Motivation matters. Although the well-being of the custodial parent is a legitimate concern, Gruber v. Gruber, 583 A.2d 434 (Pa.Super. 1990),² it is not controlling by itself, Ketterer v. Seifert, 902 A.2d 533 (Pa.Super. 2006). If the court feels that the move is for insufficiently weighty reasons, relocation will be denied. S.M.S. v. M.J.S., 76 A.3d 541 (Pa.Super. 2021. (leave to move to place to be with boyfriend whom petitioner had no plans to marry and where she had no offer of regular employment was denied).The distance of the move and the degree of alteration of the other parent’s custodial time will also play a role. If you are moving right across the line in the same metropolitan area, it might not be a big deal at all. If you’re moving from Pennsylvania to California, it will be.The person seeking to move bears a burden of proof that the move will be in the child’s best interest.Notes:¹ ‘Exigent circumstances’ aren’t defined in the statute or the case law. The statute does prthat 60 days’ notice of the relocation is to be given. Presumably the temporary order provision could be invoked if something happened that made the move on shorter notice than that and no court hearing date were available within the time before the move, which would imply that some compelling reason the move is not only desirable but necessary would have to be shown. At any rate a proper fact hearing is required. Plowman v. Plowman, 597 A.2d 701 (Pa.Super. 1991).² The Superior Court, in Gruber, surveyed the law of several other states, including New Jersey, Minnesota, and Florida, and followed them in holding generally that[t]he court should not insist that the advantages of the move be sacrificed and the opportunity for a better and more comfortable life style for the [custodial parent] and children be forfeited solely to maintain weekly visitation by the [non-custodial parent] where reasonable alternative visitation is available and where the advantages of the move are substantial.583 A.2d at 439–40. The substance of the Gruber analysis has now been incorporated into the statute.
How do you fill out a Moneygram money order?
Purchase a money order.Fill it out as soon as you purchase it.Enter the recipient’s name in the “Pay to the Order Of” line.Sign on the “Purchaser, Signer for Drawer” line.Write your address on the “Address" line.Separate the money order from its receipt.Source: How to Fill Out a Moneygram Money Order
How can I cash a money order if I fill it out wrong?
If it is a US PS Money order there should be no problem . The issuing Post office has a record of what was paid for the Money Order. If you bought the Money Order , your receipt will have the amount you paid. If it is a matter of the wrong name or information written on the Money order. Again bring it to the Post office they will issue a new one.
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How do I keep my narcissistic mother from lying to the courts and taking emergency temporary custody of my 6 year old son?
Get a lawyer who is experienced with family law.Stop talking about your current/on-going legal issues on social media.Stop calling your mother names … if her lawyer finds that, it can be used as proof that you are immature and not a good parent.GET A LAWYER. Tell the lawyer everything, and do not lie. Even tell your lawyer details of why your mother thinks you are not fit. Don’t just say “everything is a lie”Do whatever the lawyer tell you to do. Most importantly, do not confront her and stop talking about it on social media.Good luck
If temporary custody was given to one parent (father) because of a protection order (mother protected party), does the temporary custody continue if she lets the order expire (State of Iowa)?
Speaking generally . . . .An order of the Court stands on its own legs. In other words, the expiration of some other order, or change in underlying facts, or other change in circumstances does not change the order.HOWEVER, it is possible that the terms of the order itself have considered the change and prfor it. For example, say that the order has language like, “While the Order of Protection issued by the Justice of the Peace Court in Case No. 17–1567 and incorporated herein by reference remains in effect or until issuance of a permanent custody order in this matter (whichever shall come first), the father shall exercise temporary sole custody over the child. If, however, the Order of Protection lapses or is revoked before trial of this matter, that lapse or revocation shall act as a change in circumstances justifying rehearing of the issue of temporary custody. The parties and counsel are directed to inform the court within two working days by Notice in the Record of any such event.”In that case, the expiration of the Order of Protection would change the custody regime, but would not change the ORDER, rather, the new hearing carries out the terms of the order.IN ANY EVENT, the wording of the Order, including any terms implied by statute, case law, local rules, or standing orders governs.It’s like a story a deputy sheriff told me one time. In a small town in South Louisiana, there was a bank right in the middle of town with a small parking lot right next to it for its customers. The town grew, as did the bank, but the parking lot did not, creating problems as people parked on the street, in front of other businesses in the neighborhood, and in other inconvenient places. So, the bank bought the vacant lot across the street and paved it as a parking lot. For the safety of the customers crossing the street, the city put a stop sign on the corner and painted in a cross walk.Several years later, the economy cratered and the bank went out of business. The building in which it was housed remained vacant. One day, an elderly Cajun gentleman (probably some fifth or sixth cousin of mine on my Cajun mother’s side of the family) was driving down the street and blew right past the stop sign. An alert deputy sheriff spotted the infraction and pulled the gentleman over in order to cite him for running the stop sign. The driver rolled down his window and the deputy said, “Sir, did you see that stop sign back there? You went right through it and I’m going to have to cite you.”The gentleman replied (this is much funnier when you tell it with a Cajun accent, which I do quite convincingly), “But dat bank is closed, so dat stop sign is no good no more.” The officer wrote the ticket, the driver contested it, and the judge responded to the “dat stop sign is no good no more” defense by saying, as we say in that part of the world, “that dog don’t hunt.”Which is a long way around to the point that when a legal rule is established to deal with a particular set of circumstances, the removal of those circumstances does not repeal the rule.