The father to my granddaughter filed for emergency custody for her against my daughter over 3 mos ago I’m trying to intervene for custody. He has a lawyer and I have a lawyer but she does want to get the emergency custody taken care off because she apparently has no right to see or talk with her daughter. And this man has here totally isolated from almost everyone.
She wants to get the emergency custody taken care off so she can see her daughter
You generally cannot reschedule an emergency custody hearing.
If you can meet the criteria for emergency ex parte custody (you can show that there is a substantial risk of bodily injury or sexual abuse to the child or that there is a substantial risk that the child may be abducted or removed from the State of NC for the purpose of evading jurisdiction of NC courts), then you can file a motion for emergency ex parte custody and follow your county’s local rules or policies for submitting the motion and having it go before a judge. Whether the judge grants or denies the motion, there will be a return hearing within 10 days in which the other party will receive notice.
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