If you filed a Praecipe with the Prothonotary then they have already withdrawn your divorce action so you will need to re-file a new Divorce Complaint in order to re-file. Unfortunately his means new filing fees all over again. File for a 3301(c) divorce and start the process over again and wait the 90-days in order to finalize. If you have property to divide you should seek the advice of an attorney.
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This is two seperate issues. The support would only be able to be terminated by the Mother filing a a request a Domestic Relations to withdrawl the child support and any back arrears. She would have to agree to do that on her part. As for the termination, the Mother would also have to agree to do that a well by asking you to terminate your rights as the biological father so that her current husband could adopt her son. But that is something she and her husband would want to do on their part...
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It would depend on the language in their Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) and what they agreed to at that time. If it was ageed that both parties would split the cost and now one party is not abiding by the terms then there could be a breach of that agreement. Father would need to contact an attorney to have them review the MSA.
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In January 2011 the rules regarding Relcoation changed in custody siutations. Before you decide to relcoate out-of-state you need to talk to an attorney to understadn the rules; howver, it sounds as if you meet many of the factors but you need to understand what you are facing if you would decide to move. I would consult an attorney in your area before you do anything.
You several options, you can try contating your local bar assocation about seeking a pro bono attorney to assist you in your divorce and custody matters. If your 16 child lives with your husband you maybe required to pay child support; however you may be able to get spousal support. You should have a consult with an attorney before the 31st to at least understand your options so you know how to proceed before he decieds to leave and leaves you out stranded, so-to-say.
If your daughter is now 18 then she is no longer a minor for custody purposes and she can make her own decisions regarding custody. Based on what you stated above it appears that you are in contact with her and did hve plans to see her. Since she lives with her father, he does have responsibily in the sense that he is caring for her while she is living with him but she can make her own decisions on who she wants to see since she is no longer a minor. I would suggest try talking to the father...
Unfortunately, if the other parent is not willing to agree to amend the current Custody Order by agreement then you must file a Petition to Modify Custody. However, since your daughter is so close to turning 18, I would try to have a conversation with the other parent to see if an agreement can be worked out in which you can avoid a legal battle and/or mediation as this can be costly for both parents. Communication is always the best start and way to get everyone on the same page.
You would need to file the necessary paperwork to do a Step-Parent Adoption. This is something an atotrney would help you do as the paperwork is very involved.