In my court order it states that the parent is to pick up children for their parenting time at other parents residents or the childrens' school but my childrens' mother has had me pick up at different locations even after talking to her about the ...
If you have an attorney, have them send your wife a letter threatening legal action. If this does not work, then you will need to file a petition with the courts to enforce the order.
Good luck.See question
been married 12 years and there is another woman in the picture from my husbands job. They have been friends so they say for over six years and I have seen text messages of them confessing there love to each other.
You can go file today if you wanted to, however, I would highly recommend you consult with a Monroe County divorce attorney.. especially if there are children or property/assets involved.See question
Hi there. Bear with me. Ok, a friend of mine is going through a contested divorce. She was the plaintiff. There are children involved. After about a year and a half of "appearances," there was a disposal. A"Stipulation of Discontinuance." Ok,...
Its sounds like the original divorce action was withdrawn by the wife, and that your friend has now filed for divorce on his own. This appears to be a new action.See question
I'm 62 between social security and my small retirement I'm only grossing twenty thousand dollars a year. he left with no responsibility for any bills never paid me any money at the moment I am carless also and he has a good job good money and a ...
You need to consult with an experienced divorce and family law attorney in or around Virginia Beach. It is possible that your husband will be ordered to pay your legal fees.
I can not stress how important it is for you to act quickly. It may be best to retain an aggressive attorney.See question
I'm a 17 year old male and have a daughter with my girlfriend who is also 17 our daughter was born on May 31st of 2015. I want my daughter to sleep over my house one night on the weekend and my girlfriend told me "no". now as far as I'm concer...
The child is a newborn infant, and a judge will not order overnight visitation for a newborn. Breaking up with your girlfriend just because she won't let you have the baby overnight yet is a bit extreme. If the two of you are amicable, and in a committed relationship, then you are probably planning on raising your daughter together. If that's the case, then it is best if you two develop a parenting agreement that allows both of you to spend ample time with the child. Just no overnights on your part.See question
Packs and leaves apt, but we always texting telling each other we love u and that there still a chance
Your spouse may withdraw the divorce action at anytime if the two of you decide to reconcile.See question
Separated for 10 years ,no assets to divide no minor children
You sure can! All required documents should be available on your county clerk's website. Just do a simple Google search. Make sure you follow all instructions carefully so nothing is misfiled or executed incorrectly.
Good luck!See question
I am a the petitioner and father going for full custody for 5 yr old. I have had Her since birth. mother has been spiteful as to keeping her away from me for last 9 months. She uses my daughter for financial gain and she does not dress her correct...
You'll be served with any motions or court papers that she files. You will also need to serve her with any documents you may file.
From the limited information you have provided, I suggest you contact a family law attorney to assist you in family court.See question
I have all my divorce papers from the poverty law center however it never indicated when I mail or if I mail it--other than I have to mail it to my ex when I have the court date.
Contact the center you used for further instructions. It sounds like you need to have your wife served.See question
Me and my wife are in the process of Divorce. She got a lawyer to make the Divorce papers and agreed Parenting Plan. Shared Custody, Me 120 days, Her 245, in which I'll have to pay Child Support. I haven't ever met the Lawyer. Only a letter explai...
I would suggest you retain your own attorney to review any documents before you sign them. He or she may need to make changes if necessary.See question