Husband fled to Georgia with his new wife. There is an arrest warrant out for him but since he's in GA I've been told he cant be arrested because NC doesn't extradite.
Mr. Whittaker is exactly right. You need to get your child support order registered for the purposes of enforcement in the state where Dad is.See question
he has baby he did not want she did so she had it told him she keep him out of it but u know how that goes now what do I do
I would encourage you to seek the advice of an attorney before signing anything. I am not entirely sure what is going on here but it appears there is a child and that child has a mother and father that each owe a support obligation to the child regardless of whether or not he/she wants the child. In addition, if the parents are not living together then it would be appropriate to have a child custody order in place to address both the physical and legal custody of the child. Good luck!See question
by families i mean one family that has 7 an one family that has five in a 3 bedroom house
I am going to assume that you are wondering whether or not a judge would take issue with this many people in a household since 12 people in a 3 bedroom house sounds like quite a lot. However there are many other pieces of information missing here. Is there a child or children that you are concerned about? Are you a parent or relative of the child(ren)? It is unclear from your question what your actual legal question is. If you simply want to read about multiple families living together then you can research the internet for information or go to your local library. If you have a specific legal question then provide more information and post your question again.See question
Is this marriage that he just done legal I just received my papers 7 days after he filled I havent even had time to seek and attorney yet and he has already remarry knowing that we are not divorce as of yet what happens with this?
I would suggest that you seek the assistance of a family law attorney to review what you received. You still have time to answer this complaint if it was just served on Aug 22 and should do so, especially if there is any martial property or debt that needs to be divided or if you need alimony or spousal support as these claims will be waived once a divorce judgment is entered. With regards to the nature of his other marriage, I am not sure if this is really important to you or not, but I would suggest acting quickly to get something sorted out with you own divorce.See question
ive been raising my son for 4 years his father is not on borth certificate nor does he have his last name.he threatens hes going to take him from me he filed for custody and theres no paternity test to prove it either i have not however have been...
I would not suggest moving out of state, that could be the basis for an emergency custody order that would potentially give your son's father custody at least temporarily. The fact that he doesn't have his name or that there is no paternity test and he isn't on the birth certificate is not really of consequence, you admit that he is the father? right? What I would suggest is that you meet with an attorney to discuss your situation in detail. there is also the issue of child support, has he paid you anything? If you want your husband to adopt the child there may be some options if biological father has been completely out of the picture for years and has not paid you any support. Talk with a family law attorney.See question
I filed for custody in Wake Co while I was a resident. Shortly after, I moved to New Hanover Co to be closer to my parents and enrolled my kids in school there. I was fine with returning to Wake Co for the custody stuff. Today, my ex-wife calle...
It is not entirely clear from your message where the custody action should be. Where do the children live? Wake Co or New Hanover Co? Where have they lived for the past 6 months? That would be their "home" county. Regardless since you have file din Wake county you have submitted yourself to the jurisdiction of Wake Co, so anything that you file should be there. If she is threatening to take them out of school, you could file for a temporary restraining order to maintain the status quo to keep the children in their existing school, but you would also have a 10 day return hearing for a judge to help you sort that out to get some stability to the situation. I don't recommend doing this without an attorney though. You need to fully discuss your specific situation with an attorney so you can decide the best course of action. Good luck!!See question
I filed for custody of my children in Wake Co. My ex wife's attorney filed a motion to transfer to Onslow Co, where she lives. I was not served with a Notice of Hearing until the day after the hearing. Now, I have no idea what happened at the h...
Contact a family law attorney in Onslow county to help you sort this out. He or she may be able to get the order set aside and a new hearing scheduled. Best of Luck!See question
Due to financial difficulties, I'm going pro se. I'm curious about best format/layout to exhibit my evidence to judge. My question is about high level layout/plan of evidence. If I get a high level description of symptoms for someone with...
I think the other attorneys have adequately answered your question. In short, no the Judge will not listen to your diagnosis of the mother's personality disorder or draw a correlation from some web site printouts. However, you may want to file a motion for a psychological evaluation of the mother, if she has such a disorder, then it should show up on the evaluation. I encourage you to seek legal counsel to help accomplish your goals and wish you the best.See question
We have three kids and our divorce was final March. Sadly because we were married for 18 yrs I trusted that we were going to stay friends and maybe get back together so I agreed to a lot of things and am just learning that I screwed myself and po...
As it relates to spousal support (alimony) and property division (equitable distribution), you would most likely be out of luck once that divorce judgment is entered. However as it relates to child custody and child support, the court could modify these potentially. It would be best to speak with an attorney about the specifics of your situation to see what you might be able to do. Best of luck!!See question