Several options are available if the other parent does not follow the care plan. As a general rule, you must file an application to reopen your divorce or custody and go to court so that the judge can hear about you both. There are two requests available through the self-help centre to address this type of problem: a request for custody and visitation (if the existing order is to be followed) and a request for order to show the cause of contempt. Brette`s response: Immaturity is no reason for grandparents to take custody unless you can suggest some cases of abuse. Looks like the best thing you can do is support and be a resource for them to turn. There are many women under the age of 19 who are successful in raising children. Offer to provide child care so she can look for a job. You should also remember how difficult it is to recover after the birth of a baby. Maybe she`s depressed.
Offer encouragement. If you feel that the child is in danger, however, take action, but remember that the best way to help is to support the child. Good luck. If you need to know how long your battle is going to last, then you should prepare for the worst. Some child care cases take years. If you and other parents disagree very much about your child`s future, then you should prepare. A trial could be pending. For a quick solution, it is best to agree with the other parent.
It`s not always possible, but it`s worth a look. Perhaps you would like to see mediation as a way to reach a solution without a judge. Brette`s answer: The courts like to stay in the status quo, so it`s likely that your son will stay with his father. However, you can have visitors and continue to fight for custody of the children. As the case continues, you will have to do a drug test that I imagine, to show that you live in a stable environment, that you have good educational abilities and that the best thing for your child would be to live with you. Question Teri: How do I get temporary custody of my grandchild if the parents have been deprived of custody for abuse? Abuses are neither factual nor real. She was born prematurely and developed fractures. There is no physical evidence of a bruise or shaken baby. She had a calcium deficiency in hospital and is even being tested for OI disease. I just want to know how to see her in the hospital or put her on remand. Temporary orders are party-specific orders that the judge enforces while the case is pending.
They may include education plans or custody agreements, child care, spousal support, primary use of the home and other orders made by the judge while the case is pending. It is important to understand that while temporary orders are generally designed only as temporary orders, they can ultimately have an impact on the resolution of your case. Read on to get more information about temporary orders, how long they take and how to get one.