I need your help. My ex says his DACA expires on April 7. We have shared custody, but my son lives with me and he only has visitors. Whta, can I do it? He once asked me what I would do if he took my son to Mexico and I would never see him again. I`m afraid that once his DACA expires, he will take my son to Mexico because he is deported illegally or 😦 According to the laws of the state in which you are, grandparents have the right to sue. In Pennsylvania, in order for a grandparent to bring a custody action, partial or supervised custody, they must have the opportunity to take legal action. The court authorizes tenure in a large number of cases: (1) If the child`s parent has died, a parent or grandparent of the deceased parent may take legal action. (2) if the child`s parents were separated or started for a period of at least six months and continued a procedure to dissolve the marriage. (3) If the child has lived at least twelve consecutive months with his grandparents or great-grandparents, without a brief temporary absence of the child from the house and if he is removed from the house by the parents, he is brought in within six months of the child being evicted from the house.
This is also known as standing in Loco parentis. (4) grandparents of the child who is not in a loco parentis with the child whose relationship with the child began either with the consent of a parent of the child or by judicial order; assume or take responsibility for the child and if one of the following conditions is met: (A) the child has been designated as a dependent child; or (B) the child is seriously threatened by parental abuse, neglect, drug or alcohol abuse or incapacity. Custody litigation focuses on the rights and best interests of the child. Legally, a child has the right to visit both parents, to communicate with both parents and to obtain adequate support. The purpose of a custody order is to ensure that these rights are respected and that the solution maximizes the best interests of the child in the present circumstances. If you need legal advice regarding your rights as a parent in Tennessee, we advise you to contact us immediately for a first confidential consultation. We can help you understand your options and make an informed decision about what to do next. To speak to a lawyer in our offices in Clarksville or Springfield, call 931-647-1501 or tell us how to help them online today. If you are not married to the father of your child and you do not have a custody order, the police may need to receive a custody order from the Estate and Family Court. This is usually a good idea for two reasons. First, a parent may want to make sure of their rights before reaching an agreement.