Case still in NC, both parents moved out of state, one parent has moved back to NC after being gone for 2 years, the other parent has child and does not live in NC. How does this work with the custody case when there is not one in hand at the moment but, for the one that was filed almost 3 yrs ago. That order states, the father only has visitation for a certain month and nothing after unless agreed by myself. Does the parent who moved back to NC have the upper hand now? Still trying to figure out a good time for a final custody hearing since I am out of the state and live so far away.
Father had a great job in his home state. He quit his job, did not tell any family members or myself that he was moving back to NC. He did it to fight CS from changing the child support, because since both parties did not live in NC they could not change it. (not an issue to me because he doesn’t pay his support anyhow). He recently found a good job but still remains living with someone. He has been living with either family, friends, or even in dorm rooms since July of 2008. My question is this.
By him moving back to NC and after a month of being there, finds a job, can he get full custody? (Mind you, he does not have his own place and lives with other people).
I have had a stable home since we seperated. I did move out of state at the beginning of this year but did inform him, that I was moving. Is that going to be held against me?