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Keith Anthony Dias

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  • My husband wants a divorce now after 39yrs. I became totally disabled 9 years ago. What's my first step ASAP

    We owned 2 homes. I bought and maintan the second summer home I loaned him my inheritance of $156,000 to pay off our home with a repayment plan in place for 96 months. vs 14 years. That payment plan lasted 7 months. I have proof. He stopped and ...

    Keith’s Answer

    You need to consult an attorney ASAP

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  • My sons grandmother has guardian ship of him, but I take full care of my son in every manner. Can I take my son and leave?

    I pay for everything, I care for him day and night. If I leave him behind hell be in the house hold with his active using father! I just think its unfit for him and best he comes with me.

    Keith’s Answer

    You should consult with an attorney to find out about terminating the guardianship through a Petition in the Court the guardianship was established.

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  • Custody of children

    Hi, i live in NH my spouse and i are getting divorce soon, but there's a problem that the kids don't want to live with their mother because of her drinking problems, they are 17 and 15 years old. what are my chances for me as father to win this ...

    Keith’s Answer

    You need to speak with an attorney about this matter. I'm assuming your spouse isn't going to agree with the kids living with you primarily. You may need a guardian ad litem involved.

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  • I need a divorce attorney ASAP

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    Keith’s Answer

    The Bar Association Could also help with a referral

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  • My husband and I have physical custody of his 14 yr old daughter. She does not want to go to her moms due to emotional abuse

    there have always been problems at the moms, throwing things, no food, mom pill addiction, and more. After mom spent all weekend bad mouthing me(this has been on going for years) to my step children my stepdaughter does not want to go. She told he...

    Keith’s Answer

    there are some options your husband has here. You should contact an attorney immediately to discuss them in detail. Mediation may be required by his parenting plan. I'm not sure if the standards for filing an ex parte motion are met here but that could be an option as well. You don't want to be in contempt for not sending his daughter for her scheduled parenting time. Have him contact an attorney ASAP to get a free consultation.

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  • Do we need a lawyer to change who is the custodial parent? Daughter is 9, and she wants to live with daddy.

    Mother lives in California, dad in new Hampshire. 50\50 custody in divorce decree. 9 year old daughter is upset, mom doesn't help with schoo workl, says she drinks 3-4 bottles of wine a night. Mom doesn't have a good job. My boyfriend and i make 6...

    Keith’s Answer

    50/50 custody between parents on opposite coasts seems difficult. You should contact a local attorney to review your case as soon as possible.

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  • My ex husband is stating he'd like to make a presence in my boyfriends kids lives (negatively).Can we get a restraining order?

    The ex husband stated "BTW where does "John's" kids go to school? Since he has such a presence in my kids life, a presence both of you go out of your way to make known, maybe I can have a presence in their life... Seems fair to me". His statement...

    Keith’s Answer

    You can try to get an order of protection against your ex. You will need to convince the court that he poses a credible threat to his kids. If there are other facts you should discuss this with an attorney.

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  • How can I move to dismiss or continue an involuntary TPR hearing when I am currently living out of the country and am indigent?

    The petition was filed by my ex Nov2013 and the court apparently assigned a guardian ad litem and had another hearing and I was never notified. I recently received a photo of mail sent to me by my ex to a family members home I have not lived at fo...

    Keith’s Answer

    You need to contact a lawyer immediately!

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  • 16 year old step daughter is always missing school... ( 10th grader )

    this is a hard subject my husband hasent seen his daughter now in 2 years. she dosent want to visit she wants to be with her friends and her boyfriend. and refuses to beleave her dad pays child support even though she has seen the checks so dads t...

    Keith’s Answer

    16 years old is a tough age. Missing that much both parents charge with educational neglect. It's something he wants to take very seriously. Child-support is not directly related to making mom "do something". I need to figure out why she's not going to school, and address that with mom. Perhaps you guys should go back to mediation and try to resolve the issue.

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  • Am I still responsible for child support if my son moves out and is 18 while still going to school?

    Would I still be responsible for paying child support to my son's mother if he chooses to move out from his mothers home? In this situation, he is 18, but still has one more year of school and would be moving in with his X-step dad.

    Keith’s Answer

    You are responsible until he turns 18 AND is finished with high school OR until the Court Order changes. You need to file a Motion to Bring Forward and Modify immediately if that's what you want to do. A lawyer cn look at your court document and determine if that's the best way to go.

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