I want to get full custudy. My first steps my daughter is a special needs. Ontario. I have three sons and single

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Customer: i want to get full custudy
JA: What steps have you taken? Have you filed any papers in family court?
Customer: my first steps my daughter is a special needs
JA: Family law varies by state. What state are you in?
Customer: ontario
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Customer: i have three sons and single
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I am sorry to hear of this difficult situation.

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what show of cause do i have to show to obtain full cusdoty of her. shes over 18 and needs full time supervision. right now the mother hasn't given visiting for over 8 months. i believe it is not of her best interest. she has never been apart of her brothers before. they have recently been reunited with their parents after ten years. there was no contact with dad because of mom purposely. they were over seas with her family in a third world country she did not get no education because of neglect. finally we were reunited and my three sons chose to live with dad. mom came up with an excuse about my daughter is not safe with her family brothers and dad. i am worried for her well being. the mother did not get a divorce and she got a new family of 4 children. it is impossible for her to give quality time to my daughter. she's a house wife with no help at home lives in a two bedroom apartment with 5 children and a husband. she has been ignoring her obligation as mother for her three sons. ten years ago my family were in ccas's case. they did a big number on us for three years and the kids sent to family member in peru. i found out that mom was not there much in their lives. she intentionally made those kids suffer. i want my daughter back where she belongs.
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Are you saying that you are in Canada and you have your three sons and you want to gain custody over your adult daughter who has a disability.

Is the child in Canada or is she in Peru?

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I read your post again and I'm sure that your daughter is Peru. That means that you need to apply to the court in Peru for an order for custody. The court in Canada doesn't have jurisdiction over her because she habitually resides in Peru.

Do you see what I mean?

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You have to bring an application to the court for an order for custody for your child. It will be somewhat unusual in the sense that she is an adult but the law will basically be the same which is that you will have to show that what you were asking for is in her best interests.

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