Family Law (Divorce, Family Relations)/petition to modify child custody
I file a petition for modification base on change of circumstance like my ex now work at night and cant be with the child his 50% of time share. also he don't bring the minor to school, I had to take the child to the hospital for missing a fingernail and bruised eyes under his care. He also drop of the child at daycare or ask me to pick up the child at the facility like 11pm at night. the child is now 5 years old failing kindergarten and the school had send a letter that the child need stability and routine. I have innumerous accusation and prove that I file. my ex answer with a letter that start with who my concerned and never stated disagreement or agreement, only stated that he is fine with the custody agreement we have now. he ask the court to dismissed but never state a cause except that it will cause psychological problems to the parties involve. can I file something because it is very confusing, I don't know if is an answer or a motion to dismissed, it made no sense at all. is a letter and nothing more
Hi Betania, you could file a motion to strike his letter as an improper response or just contact the court and ask that your Petition be set for hearing. The court will most likely require you and the father to attend a mediation session prior to a hearing being scheduled. If that is the case and you have not attended mediation at this point file a motion requesting an order for mediation.
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