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Marco Caviglia

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  • My wife owes me spousl maint for 4 months in arrears. $4000. I need this $ before 11/915. What is the fastest way before 11/6/15

    I need this money to go foward to hire a new Attny my wife is in contempt since 9/2/15 when it was due. I receive maint now for 1000 a month living with her. payments started as of 5/1/15. this is going on for a year now but the att. i had, had 3...

    Marco’s Answer

    Unless that issue is already before the court and it is on track resolving the arrears, you won't get the money fast...fact of life.

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  • I had a heart attack last week. Not sure if I can sue for damage

    The doctors at hospital said it's was cause the testosterone therepy I revived 6 months earlier altered my blood and made it thick and sticky due to the increase in red blood cells which ended up causeing a blockage. I don't know if I signed any w...

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    Remember, you only have 2 1/2 years to initiate a lawsuit from the date of the alleged wrongdoing.

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  • How much would it cost for a relocation petition / hearing?

    I have custody, my ex has visitation. Our child is 8. I would like to relocate 2 1/2 hours away... But our court agreement from 2010 says I agree not to relocate outside of 50 miles. He sees her weekends and once during the week. I was thinking he...

    Marco’s Answer

    Call attorneys you think are competent and ask!

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  • What happens if the person who has custody of a child, got "indicated" on a CPS report?

    My husband and I are going through a custody battle to get our son from a non relative person. We recieved news that the non relative person was indicated on a CPS report because of medical neglect. When we go back to court, what will happen? Will...

    Marco’s Answer

    It depends on a number of factual issues, including why a 3rd party has custody of your son in the first place. A court will weigh the alternatives.

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  • Can I move out of NYS to FL without my daughter's father's permission?

    My boyfriend & I have a 7 year old daughter together. We currently live & have been living together since 9/2007 in NYS. My older daughter from a previous relationship will be attending college in the fall of 2016 in FL & I want to be out there wi...

    Marco’s Answer

    Absent a court order or written agreement enforceable in court on the subject you can move. He can seek to stop the relocation, though, if he learns and starts a court action, pending a hearing. Even if you move without his getting to court, he can do so afterwards, and depending upon his arguments, still seek to have some form of visitation if not shared custody. Consult a local attorney for details.

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  • Do I need a child custody attorney?

    I have been threatened several times by both the father of my child and the grandfather of my child about having to leave my daughter with them and they say there's not a thing I can do. I was thinking about filing for sole custody and I don't wan...

    Marco’s Answer

    Generally, you must look at the language in an order/agreement regarding leaving the child with anyone other than the other parent to see what is allowed or not. If there is none, then it is fluid and uncertain and you can only react to things that happen, not prevent them barring seeking court action based upon past activity which recurs. Clearly, the drunkard should not be allowed near the child in that condition, and the other parent is equally blameworthy for allowing it, so there is a potential basis to seek custody determinations and conditions. You should spring for a consult with a family law attorney.

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  • How Do I Sue Twitter?

    I have complained via the Twitter app about posts being made by one of their users. That user is posting pictures of me and my children, which I have asked Twitter to remove. That poster is also threatening me with violence, and calling me a pedo...

    Marco’s Answer

    You cannot sue Twitter successfully under federal law.

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  • Privileged email to son used by ex to slander me in court all I said was I love you and to call if you need anything.

    I sent an email to my son, (only my son). At a recent court appearance, ex stated i sent threatening emails to my son, and i was behaving erractically (not the first time) hi conflict divorce 2 yrs. All emails i send include confidentiality noti...

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    If the contents contradict his in-court "defamation" then they will demonstrate to the judge that these are false accusations. In court assertions are not actionable. You are experiencing typical divorce tactics from a distasteful spouse. Something to endure, unfortunately.

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  • How can I look up an index number for a matrimonial case in Kings County (Brooklyn) New York? How can I look up any hearings

    How can I look up an index number for a matrimonial case in Kings County (Brooklyn) New York? How can I look up any hearings that have or will take place using the index number? Thanks to all for responding, much appreciated.

    Marco’s Answer

    Log onto e-courts hosted by the office of court administration that allows search arguments on the information you have. You can drill down to all the information you state you are seeking.

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