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 Can the law force you to see your children?

Answer %DETAILS% Answer No. There is no law that says a parent must have contact with children. And that is justly so. It would seem a parent who was forced to have visitation would not be able to meet t... Read More »
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Can you force the other parent to take your children once a month so you have a break?

Answer Courts can enforce child support orders. But, they cannot "force" a parent to have a relationship with a child(ren). It is reasonable to assume that if a parent has to be "dragged" into a re... Read More »
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If you have temporary sole custody of your children can you and your children move in with your boyfriend while the case to decide permanent custody is pending?

Answer Yes, legally you may. Will the judge hearing the custody case look favorably upon such action is a bigger question.Speaking from professional experience, judges do not care for such arrange... Read More »
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If you gave your rights up to your child 10 years ago and their children are in foster care waiting to be adopted can you petition the court to adopt those children?

yes you should be able to adopt the children if you have a stable environment for them
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Can an employer force you to keep insurance on dependent children if your ex has insurance on them but the insurance won't drop coverage unless there is a court order for the ex to cover them?

Answer Your employer can not legally force you to insure anyone unless the employer is in possession of a court order that requires the employer to keep this coverage in place. Answer In going thru... Read More »
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