order last? hubby is trying to get custody of his son back. His maternal grandmother and her boyfriend have ( tpc) of him. Grandmother is on 8 different meds for anxiety, and many other things. Grandpa is not blood related, and bio-mom is a crack head an in and out of their lives and all she ever got was phone visitation when we had custody of my hubby's son. We have custody of hubby's daughter and want his son back, we asked them to care for him for awhile as he was getting in trouble at school and here at home and we just needed some help. Bio-mom shows up out of the blue and talks them into taking us to court for custody and child support. We didn't mind child support but custody! this magistrate seriously twisted this whole situation and now we need a lawyer to straighten it all out. Does anyone know about custody cases ? need some advice please.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:05 PM on Aug. 29, 2009 in General Parenting
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Answer by mommymeg03 at 1:02 PM on Aug. 29, 2009
I agree, it got so mixed up now we don't know what to do. We thought they could just help us out and then after the magistrate order the temp order we were so confused on what just happened the we felt like it was out of our hands. Legally because there is no blood relation on grandpa's part and grandma is not fit to care for a child how do go about this or does that even matter?The also have the grandma's son living with them and he got out of jail for selling and distributing drugs and I believe is on parole. The child is never home when we try to see him they say he is at his friends.
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