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  1. Child Care: Re: Does Rights of First Refusal Have to Be in a Court Order (Ca)

    This isn't from a legal standpoint, but just because I can see things from "the other side," I thought I would chime in. I just wanted to point out that while you are being quite fair to your...
  2. Calculation of Support: Re: Paying Full Time Childcare when Custodial Parent Works Part-Time

    Just throwing it out there, but it seems that you are using the amount she earns based on a part time work schedule? As a general rule, most places I have seen will base child support off of earning...
  3. Establishing an Order: Re: Unmarried Mother

    Just throwing it out there-but perhaps (in addition to this ^) you could also look I to a restraining order since he is threatening you. It would probably depend on what the threat is. You may even...
  4. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: What are the Rights of a Mother if No Custody Order Exists

    That makes sense.

    So...in this case, would it also be fair to advise her to document dad's attempts to withhold the child from her? I'd imagine that aspect of the situation would make dad look bad...
  5. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: What are the Rights of a Mother if No Custody Order Exists

    I don't know a lot about all this stuff, but I do know that in most states an unmarried father has 0 rights as a father until he goes to court to establish paternity and request them. Typically the...
  6. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    Thank you! You have been a huge help.
  7. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    So in this case, since the school cannot pick one side over the other because we both have residential, that would mean that they need both our consent to put her in gifted. So therefore it would be...
  8. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    So who would be responsible for filing? Me or her?
  9. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    Ok, thank you-this was exactly what I was looking for (not the answer I was hoping for, but the answer I was looking for-if that makes sense).

    Which brings another question (sorry). If we can't...
  10. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    Well the custody order is a several page document. I think what you are wanting to know is this though:

    The custody order designates both parents are residential "with father being the residential...
  11. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    Ah I get it. Yes-we agree. Putting her in gifted would definitely contribute to her continuing dislike of school.

    That is questionable. New school year, new teacher. Her teacher from last year...
  12. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: When Parents with Joint Legal Disagree on Education

    I should clarify: the child is 7 and in 2nd grade. Gifted starts in third grade.

    By your response I take it that legally what is likely to happen is...parent b that doesn't have residential for...
  13. Custody and Visitation Issues: What Happens if Parents with Joint Legal Custody Disagree on Education

    My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Ohio

    Relevant Background: parents have shared parenting agreement where both legal and physical custody is 50/50. Parents live in...
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