Jamie and Ken, Jr. have been married for 10 years and have two children together. Karen and Ken, Sr., Ken's parents, have been actively involved in the children's lives. Jamie and Ken, Jr. believe that his parents have a history of oftentimes overstepping their boundaries. Karen and Ken, Sr. has always tried to use their wisdom and experience to help guide and assist Jamie and Ken, Jr. in their parenting. Karen and Ken, Sr. have only showed an outpouring of love and want the best for their grandchildren. Jamie and Ken, Jr. want to establish some boundaries and limit Karen and Ken's visitation. Feeling hurt and ostracized, Karen and Ken, Sr. want to seek advice on grandparent's rights.
"That's the problem with being the strong one; No one offers you a hand."
Lisa and Chris have a one-year-old daughter together. Lisa and Chris have lived in Minnesota since before their daughter was born. Lisa recently split from Chris and has since been not allowing Chris to see his daughter. Chris has filed a Petition in his county's Superior Court in Minnesota to establish paternity and visitation rights to his daughter. Instead of responding to the Petition, Lisa packs up their daughter and absconds to Georgia. Chris is heartbroken and racked with emotion at the sudden absence of his daughter. What does he do now?
It's 5:45 p.m. and you're on your way to your designated meeting spot to meet you ex to pick up your child for your visitation weekend. You arrive promptly for a 6:00 p.m. exchange and wait for your ex to show up. 10 minutes pass. Nothing. 15 more minutes pass. Silence.
"Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow."