My wife and I were in the middle of mediation, close to signing when I discovered that she had missing funds from the totals listed in the near final draft, as compared to what was listed when mediation started. Threatening to sue for transparency...
If you have a current court order that says you need to pay support, then you need to continue to abide by the order.
This sounds very messy, and I suggest speaking with (and retaining) a lawyer immediately. Both parties were bound by the Automatic Orders as soon as a Summons was filed, and your wife may be in violation of those,See question
I have sole legal custody and he isn't planning on putting her on his insurance. When I asked why it was needed his wife said,"never mind. My attorney got it."
There are many, many reasons why he would want the child's social security number. No way we would be able to tell you.See question
We were never married, and I left him before I found out I was pregnant. He hasn't been very active in her life and has not helped to support her at all. He has only got her two outfits, a onesie, two sleepers, a hat and a rattle and that was when...
Before he can file for any custody or visitation rights, he must take a DNA test to prove that he is the child's biological father. Custody is determined in the best interest of the child, and from the facts given, it does not seem like he would be granted any form of physical custody. Possibly joint legal custody, with visitation rights (either supervised or unsupervised).See question
My agreement with her stipulates that I will have custody every weekend. I have not had my daughter since the summer of 2010
NO. Do not stop paying child support. Hire a lawyer and have them file an enforcement petition in court.See question
The DP was paid out of a jt acct, but, I deposited 10k and wife deposited $100k from an inheritance.Funds only in acct for a week or so prior to buying home, but jt acct became our only acct during 13 yr marriage.I made many improvements on prop f...
The home is marital property, and you are entitled to part of the equity. I suggest you speak to a local divorce attorney to get a better idea of your situation.See question
My 3 yr old daughter has been taken from me and custody given to father who she accused of sexual abuse. She was at doctor so much. Doctor called Dhr. They interviewed her they had him arrested, lost visitation for over a year, but grand jury did...
You can request that family court put you in touch with an attorney who will work for free, or for little money. They will be able to file a petition for modification, but in order for this to be approved, you must prove there has been a significant change in circumstance.See question
I got married in 1996 under a bunch of terrible circumstances and I want to get divorced. I have very little money, and I haven't seen this man in about 12 years. I keep telling myself that as soon as I have a little extra money I'll do it. That o...
Filing for divorce without an attorney shouldn't be too expensive, but make sure you are very familiar with the process. Research on your court's website, contact legal aid or a help center, and try to find out whether or not you meet the requirements to have legal fees waived.See question
My ex husband is pursuing full time custody so that he might not pay child support. We are currently in the Denver District Court hammering it out and he refuses to pay me a dime as he believes he has full custody. It is temporary custody. Thanks
If there is a temporary order stating that he has full physical custody, then he would not have to pay you child support. If there is a temporary order stating that he has to pay you support, then he is in violation by not doing so. You can file an enforcement petition.See question
The 3 years me and her was together I asked to see a birth certificate because I never got the chance to see it in the hospital because she had me pick up her oldest child from Houston Tx at the time of the birth and now I'm being charged child s...
You need to retain an attorney, get a DNA test, and then address the issue of child support. If you are biologically the child's father, you will need to pay.See question
What should I do if I do not agree with this. Was it illegal for her to go and put my daughter on adhd meds when I never approved and she does not have more right over me.
That depends... do you have joint legal custody, or joint physical custody? If joint legal, then you should have been included in the decision making.See question