My ex husband and I went to court last year when he filed for full custody. He did not get it but I agreed to give him 50/50. Shortly after that he received a dui and hid it from me. He has not yet been sentenced because his lawyer is postponing i...
It is difficult to answer your question without knowing a lot more of the facts and circumstances. What I can say is that custody orders can be reviewed at any time. A DUI conviction is one fact that the court would consider. The conviction itself is an indication that the father has a problem. It would be a larger factor in a custody decision if there is evidence that he has a drinking problem that affects his care of the children.
The Court would also look at what is or is not working well in the present arrangement. The ultimate question is what is best for the children.See question
Police charged with summary and that's what it said...I'm on probation and my po said if there is anything in the report of me hitting etc...which I didn't but was accused of....I'm donr
Harassment includes a variety of conduct, which has no legitimate purpose, and which has the intent to harass or annoy the other person. It includes conduct that would not be classified as an assault (which is actually a more serious crime). Harassment is a summary offense, which is a crime, but less serious than misdemeanors or felonies.
To get a better answer than this, you would need to sit down with an attorney and review the charges.
I will note that probation orders generally require you to not commit any crime. You P.O. has a lot of discretion when decide whether this would be a basis for violating you.See question
My ex and I have 50/50 custody and over the weekend me and my child were at a friends house. While we were there someone tried to break into the house so I left my sleeping child in a crib with a 33 year old woman that had 5 children and went to l...
Unless I'm missing something, you had a responsible adult watching the child. I would make this clear to him, and then end the conversation.
The only lawful action he can take would be to file a Petition with the Court seeking to change custody. In fact, either party has the right to do this, and the court can always change the Order, based on the best interests of the child. This is not something I would be afraid of. He is probably blowing smoke.See question
We are currently separated almost going on two years I am currently looking in to starting a business is my wife entitled to any of it
Marital property does not include anything you acquired after the date of separation. The only claim she might have would be related to any marital assets which were used to start the business.See question
I have been trying to clean my credit up and such. I cant get my credit reports because my information don't doesnt match what they have on file. When asked questions about me to verify my personal information the answers are always incorrect but ...
The online form asks some questions about accounts you don't have, to verify your identity. If you can't get through this process, you can request your report by mail: A form is available at annualcreditreport.com
After you've gotten your credit report, you'll know whether their is anything there that is incorrect. If so, this may be a mistake (which can be corrected), or could be the result of identity theft - in which case you'll need the help of a lawyer, and perhaps the police. But I wouldn't assume anything bad until you've seen the report.See question
A girl student has been sexually harassing me all year long. I took several of these concerns to my principal, and he agreed my corrections had been the proper action. I ended up getting another job, still in teaching. The day after I resign t...
In order to fight this, you will need to appeal their finding to the Department of Public Welfare. There will be a hearing, at which time CYS will have the burden to prove by "substantial evidence" that the report is true. This is not as strict a standard as exists in a criminal case, but they still need to have some evidence, to persuade the department's hearing officer.See question
My ex lives in another state and wont let me pick up my daughter. My daughter is registered for school here and has doctors appointments set up. My ex is going through a court battle with her new ex and they had a pfa that included my daughter bu...
If there is no court order, and your ex is not in agreement, you will need to file a custody proceeding. Pennsylvania may still have jurisdiction, if Pennsylvania had been her home state, and she was on a summer visit with the ex. If she has been in the other state for more than 6 months, you might need to file in that state.
I agree with the other comments: this is a complicated area of law, and you should consult an attorney.See question
She is willing and ready
If both parents are in agreement, a custody agreement can be prepared, and then filed with the court. You will have to think about what contact the parents will have with the child. You also may want to think about the difference between custody (which can always be modified in the future) and adoption, which is obviously a more permanent solution to the problem.See question
We have joint custody of our 3 year old son. We currently live 15 minutes from each other and our son is exchanged at daycare. We have been apart for 6 months and I willingly agreed to joint custody. He is in the process of buying a house that is ...
If there is an existing custody order, the father will need to give you a formal notice before relocating with the child. If you and he cannot agree, either on the request for relocation, or on a new schedule, you can request an expedited court hearing. The Court might deny his request, if the Judge finds that there is no benefit to the child from the move.
Having shared physical custody could continue, with a different schedule, involving less driving. In the long run, this will become increasingly difficult, once the child is of school age.
Relocation is a difficult and contentious area of custody law, and you should sit down with an attorney as soon as possible to discuss this.See question
I owe fines for a summary charge i am 5 months late. A hearing determination was set. I missed it. What can magistrate do next? What should i do? There is a warrant out.
I agree with the other answers, but will add that coming in voluntarily is likely to be a lot better than waiting to be arrested. If you can pay off the fines, the warrant will be withdrawn. If you cannot, you can still ask for a payment plan - particularly if you can put something down on it. You should call the Magistrate's Office ASAP, or have an attorney do that for you.See question