My ex husband has full custody of our kids. He lets me cut our sons hair whenever I feel it needs to be done. Out daughter has super long hair and is 3. When I pick her up her hair has day old food in it and knots like no other. Do I have to get h...
Who exactly are you looking to get permission from? A parent who has phsical custody of their can make the day to day decisions about their children, what time they get up, what they eat, what they wear to school, etc...Cutting a child's hair is arguably one of those decisions, unless a child's hair must be a certain way for religious reasons (I'm not really sure how that would come up, but I guess it might). As a general proposition, you should discuss it with the father first, and your daughter for that matter. Try and maintain the same general civility when you were together, you know before the fighting, when the two or you actually talked about things. Good luck.See question
I have joint legal custody, u was not included in the choice of school or any discussion, in the court order is days all decisions must be discussed between patents. Mother also refuses to let me have a copy of school agreement. Can I force the...
The school is required to by statute to provide all of your child's information. If they refuse to do so, I would ask them who their corporate attorney was so you may contact the attorney. If they provide you with that information I would call immediately and let the attorney know what is going on. Hopefully their attorney will correct them and let them know what the applicable law is. If not, you may want to seek out an attorney for assistance.See question
I will be filling the paperwork out but I do not always have the time to drive the distance to the courthouse to drop it off. I will not be using a lawyer
There is no requirement that paperwork filed with the court be done in person.See question
I'm in settlement stage with trail pending in December. I have nothing so been going pro se until now when I'm scared to death my wife and her lawyer have tricked me and now I'm stuck.
You obviously value the opinion and advice of a lawyer, but don't want to pay for one. That is a tough thing to ask, particularly without listing any reasons why. As Mr. Sher points out you may qualify for assistance at either the Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Referal Service or the Baltimore County Lawyer Referal Service. You must qualify for these services based on your income. Good luck. Make sure you give ample time before any hearing so any attorney who might be able to help has the time needed to prepare.See question
Removed from the deed. Did not happen now I need to remind everyone his name ASAP since he said if anything happens to me the property is His. I don't think so HELP PLEASE.
If his name is still on the deed and you were to meet with an untimely death, the property would be his. You should have removed his name 5 years ago, but there may have been other obsticals in your way, such as the mortgage and his lack of cooperation. If you had an agreement (written agreement) from the divorce, you can stillhave his name removed. If you did not have a written agreeement you can get a transcript of the proceedings to have his interest removed if it was part of the transcript or what was placed on the record. If all you did was tell his lawyer what you want, and not one did anything more than that, it does not mean much. I want it to be sunny tomorrow, that may or may not happen. If I have an agreement someone will sign a quick claim deed with a certain period of time, however, I can have that enforced. You need to speak with an attorney in person and provide them with ALL of your documentation. if you do not have the documentation, go get it from the court so you are not wasting time. If you had no agreement, you can now file a complaint for sale and partician to sell the property and force his removal, but that would also mean selling the property, which the two of you now own as tenants in common. Good luck.See question
im having an affair. my husband has threatened to charge me with adultery many times. is it possible for me to lose my professional license over this?
This is more of an employment law question. Although adultery is still a crime in Maryland, it is only punishable by a maximum $10 fine. It is almost never, ever, ever prosecuted, so being accused of a crime is not the same as being convicted and the mere accusation should not result in anything, particularly for adultery.See question
The divorce decree was signed 4 months ago. We co-own three properties and one credit card. In the agreement, he agreed to pay the card because he spent the balance, and because he wanted to keep them and I wanted to sell them, I agreed to give ...
Setting aside an agreement in a divorce matter will be analyzed and decided the same as if it were any other contract. It is very difficult. I am not sure if you had an attorney for your divorce, but you certainly need one now. You should also consult with a bankruptcy attorney, who can tell you if the terms of the divorce agreement can be set aside or not.See question
I have filed for limited divorce and all paper work has been signed and served. But since then I have considered to give our marriage another chance but would like to keep the limited divorce still in place while living together. I understand that...
Since the two of you are getting along so well for people attempting to get divorced, you may simply want to talk to an attorney about a post nuptial agreement instead of the limited divorce. With a limited divorce, as with an absolute divorce, you need valid grounds for the divorce. You may also wish to discuss those with a attorney as well to make sure you can satisfy those requirements.See question
My husband and I have decided to divorce after 17 yrs. I need advice on how to proceed.
If you need advice you should seek out an attorney that can help you with your specific details and offer more advice than can be provide on a general question and answer site. With that said, there is a new grounds for divorce in Maryland that does provide if the parties are separated for 6 months, have no children and have a written agreement, the court can grant a divorce. All other grounds for divorce still exist including living separate and apart for more than a year.See question
Lets say after the divorce she stops paying or house goes into foreclosure. Will it impact my credit score? Can the lender take legal action against me via civil judgment to collect? What if I use a quit claim deed to have me removed from the ...
Since you are not on the mortgage, the mortgage company can't ask you to pay anything or therefore affect your credit.See question