There will be many more questions to follow, but for now the status quo is as follows:
Three day custody trial was held in Meck County mid-July, ruling came back 10 days later that my daughter was to live primarily with her father out of state. Is there supposed to a grounds for this ruling? No one can explain how this has happened.
It is an extremely complex case that has been going on for two years. I only made it to trial because I was sure that if I just remained steadfast I would regain custody of my child since there is nothing of record anywhere that indicates that I am unfit other than her father throwing up stuff from my past that does not relate to my child. I had custody of my child from birth until she was six years old and she was never not out of my care once until her father and I moved to seperate states and she visited with her on four separate occasions for approx. one week each.
Does NC retain jurisdiction in the event that I now need to go pro se to defend what I know is going to be motion after motion for contempt?
Is there a deadline to file an appeal?