There's no legal action against either party, no established custody .they never been married .they have shared time with the child
A parent must tell another parent about a relocation. For a move to considered a relocation it must substantially affect the non-moving party's custody. You should consult an attorney to see if the the move is a relocation. That being said whether or not it is a relocation, you usually have the right to know the address where you child is staying.See question
My current girlfriend is going through a divorce. Her ex makes far more money that she and she is seeking alimony. We are planning to marry shortly after her divorce is final, but will that automatically end her right to alimony, or can her attor...
Alimony would usually end if the recipient gets married, that can be changed by written agreement. You should sit down with an attorney to review your agreement.See question
My husband just recently got out of jail for a drug induced DUI. He almost was not present for the birth of our daughter. He was doing well.... For a month. He is now using again. I've reported him in the past to his probation/parole and they do n...
I agree with the previous poster you should consider the self help clinic at the family court. There are law students available 4 days a week to help draft your request for the judge and they may help you with the argument. There are also volunteer attorneys available to help represent you at the Generations conciliation.See question
I am currently being sued for back child support and need an attorney to represent me. I am a veteran with PTSD and need financial relief from my current MDA. I cannot afford legal representation.
Unfortunately there is very little legal aid available for family lass matters. You will likely need to hire a lawyer to obtain counsel. Some attorneys will charge you hourly and others will charge a flat fee for a support hearing. There are a variety of rates out there. You should shop around for assistance in your price range.See question
To take back his time. We have nothing in the court order that states anything for school.
You and your ex can agree to any custody arrangement you want. If you do not change the custody order, you go back the schedule in the order if there are any disagreements. The court order is a baseline to be relied on when you and your ex have a disagreement.See question
My 12 yo daughter is refusing to spend time during my visitation weekend with me and his father is agreeing and allowing her to do this, can I file a violation against my ex husband? Also my visitation was drafted while I was living in Virginia ...
Your case may be complex because of jurisdiction issues. The order can easily be registered in PA for enforcement but there maybe issues with modification. You should consult a lawyer with experience in cross-state custody issues.See question
Your friend should talk to an attorney about to protect his remaining assets and recoup at least a portion of the account that was liquidated. Your friend can obtain a court order to prevent further liquidation.See question
I really have nothing left over after rent, food and utilities are paid. A judgment for 18k was entered against me in another state for an auto loan deficiency. It would literally be impossible to survive if I take home any less pay than I current...
Having another family is not enough by itself to prevent wage garnishment. Though, the court should consider the multifamily deviation and the Self Sustain Reserve when determining your obligation these two considerations are supposed to help you support both families.See question
I got a settlement of over a hundred thousand approximately 2 months ago. Now she is filing for divorce.
Whether or not your wife is entitle to the lump sum of worker's compensation depends on if the injury occurred during the marriage. If your wife is entitled to a portion of the award it is not necessarily 50%. You should consider talking to an attorney about the specifics of your case.See question
This year my son's mother is to exercise custody on Christmas from Thursday the 24th at 8pm through to Friday the 25th at 8pm. Our custody arrangement states that the holiday schedule takes precedence over the normal schedule. I am the custodial p...
Usually the holiday only effects the actual holiday and not the surrounding days. At first glance, without reading the language of the order, if the holiday ends Friday night, that's when the regular schedule resumes. If that weekend is Mom's, it stays Mom's.See question