He want his name to not be on the child birthcertificate,he want nothing to do with me or the baby,he want super strict confidentiality agreement. what should i do? is court is better option for me?
Be very wary of confidentiality agreements. Like all contracts, there must be consideration given in exchange for your confidentiality - is he seeking to buy your silence? If so, the ball is in your court. Time to hire an attorney and see what his proposal is all about! NOW!See question
I have a trust from my grandmother I cannot touch it . The trust bought and owns my house I live in now. When my trust ends next year does my husband own any right to the house if we divorce?
Without any additional information, it should be classified as separate property. More importantly, according to you, the trust is the owner of the property, not you.See question
My divorce will be final soon. I would really like to get my attorney a small gift. I was thinking about getting him a pen for his desk engraved with his initials. Would this be appropriate? I don't want to do a food gift, as he has dietary restri...
The best gift for an attorney is a client referral.See question
years ago and was successfully treated. I dutifully take my meds, just as a precaution against a relapse. and have not had so much as a depressive day since. My wife will have physical custody and we will have joint legal custody; that has been ...
What do you mean you found a case on Google - has this psychologist written about your case on the Internet? What about therapeutic visitation that moves towards unsupervised? As one of my colleagues here asks - how do you have joint legal custody yet supervised visits?See question
Should it be notorized? We both agreed to sign it after a incident. Thank you!
Whether it should be notarized is the least of your troubles with that "contract". Where is the consideration? How is "cheating" defined? What level of proof must there be once "cheating" is defined and one person accuses the other of "cheating"?See question
I need a lawyer for divorce
Has a case been filed yet? Has a Judge been assigned? Are there any Order to Show Cause pending? IS there a Preliminary Conference date?See question
She is using social media to say untrue and harmful things about me. Those few friends and family who are sympathetic to her stories are also saying some nasty things about me. They are even saying some vauge threats. All of this information is ac...
Social media has been both a blessing and a curse in the divorce world - it all depends on which side of the equation you are on. Take as many screen shots of the social media postings as you can. At this point in time, if you do not have an attorney, it is time to retain one. The attorney you choose can possibly file for an order of Protection (depending on the threats) on behalf of both you and your daughter. You can seek temporary custody as well. If she is on the warpath, you need an attorney that can counterstrike - hire one ASAP!!!See question
I have a contractual fee shifting clause as part of my separation agreement where if a party sues to enforce the agreement and prevails, I have to pay attorneys fees. I won in the court below (Family Court). Ex-wife has filed a notice of app...
Have an attorney review your Agreement to determine if appeals are covered under the fee-shifting provision.See question
Overview Visitation: the law guardian had a conversation with me outside the court room. My attorney was not present. Ethics violation? Note - The conversation was about Parental Alienation Syndrome. He came and sat by me. I didn't go looking f...
My colleague above has given a great answer. Unless it was placed on the record or written permission was granted, the law Guardian should not technically speak with you outside the presence of your attorney. However, this rule is not usually enforced.See question
been paying support for years,a close friend of hers told me before she died child was not mine.
You might be estopped from asserting you are not the father, even if a DNA test says otherwise. Consult an attorney and discuss your rights.See question