Borrow money. Neither have helped him with getting his kids. His ex-wife is even braking the law keeping him from the kids even when it is his time. He has told his lawyer and he does nothing. Please tell me how to help him.
If your son doesn't like his attorney, he should fire them and get another. Bear in mind that not every violation of the court's order warrants a contempt filling. Quite frankly, the attorney may know better than you or your son the customs and predilections of the local judiciary which is definitely something to be taken into account. Furthermore, keeping the kids when it is "not her time" as you say is generally NOT a violation of the law, but rather a issue of civil contempt. Every judge has different feelings about when it is appropriate to file. Your son needs to communicate with his attorneys about what the goal is and what the steps to accomplish that goal are. Communication is key, and not every attorney / client relationship works.See question
my kids normally live in Genoa Ohio with there mom, The moms boyfriend told my 9 yr old the next time the cops show up after they leave he will sit on my daughter and punch her until she can no longer breathe, on 9-16-15 the kids went back to moms...
You can get a civil protection order against the boyfriend on behalf of the children or you can simply file for emergency custody of the children.See question
I was given sole custody, the father wants visitation
If you're the mother, in Ohio you have sole custody automatically. The father has to seek parenting time, shared parenting and / or custody from the local juvenile court or he has not rights.See question
You are legally presumed to be the father. You can have a paternity test done on the child to show that you're not the father, which I highly recommend.See question
My son is almost 8 and his father has been in prison for 6 1/2 years. He is 19,000, behind in support and just sent a message saying he wants to sign his rights over what do I need to do?
The father cannot "sign his rights over." There is no mechanism to do this in Ohio unless another man is willing to adopt the child. He can agree not to see him, but he can change his mind later and always will be able to seek visitation. Once you forgive back child support it's gone forever. If you don't forgive it, then it will follow him until he dies. He might not be paying now, but may pay later on. Nothing he can do will lower the support that has already accrued. If you are determined to attempt this route, I would definitely talk to an attorney and find out what is permanent and what is not.See question
This is a very intricate situation, one that began in 2004 when I was 19 and drunk at a party and woke up pregnant. I was close to breaking up with my BF at the time, but I get flashbacks of resisting him, saying "no" but things happened anyway. I...
You can file to have the order for parenting time changed, but he's dad and has rights to see his daughter (although it sounds like he hasn't been exercising them). You will need to consult with an attorney. This case will likely be handled where the previous divorce was dealt with if one of you lives in that state. If not, you can petition to have the parenting time order filed in your local juvenile court and proceed from there as Ohio is likely the child's home state under the UCCJA which is a law that governs where custody cases can be brought in most jurisdictions.See question
We have 3 kids together, 2 he sent to Jordan in May. Our house is listed for sale in Sylvania because he's trying to get me to move there too. I have stayed home with the children, he has always worked. 3 cars, all his. Everything is in his name. ...
You've have major problems. Jordan is not a signatory to the Hague Convention so there isn't likely to be a mechanism to get them back as Jordan is very unlikely to honor an American Court Order. You need to speak with an attorney who has a background in international family law and abductions and possibly retain counsel in Jordan as well. The more time that passes, the less likely Jordan will order the kids to be returned. On the plus side, he cannot sell the house because you have to sign off on any sale of real property. I would file for divorce immediately and get orders regarding custody and the kids. The Court may be able to hold the cars and the house until he returns the kids from Jordan. Their passports should then be held by you or deposited with the Court or Guardian Ad Litem. The court can order him to produce the kids, but whether he will or not depends. Don't let the house be sold as financial leverage may be all you have on him. I highly recommend talking to a lawyer immediately.See question
I just received an amended IWO. CES raised my child support now that I'm done paying spousal support. Doesn't seem fair.
Why doesn't that seem fair? You have more income and thus your child support should increase. If you have grounds for a deviation in child support you might want to review R.C. 3119.23 to see if any of those factors apply to you.See question
My decree states he is responsible for 100% of medical expenses because I pay for insurance. He has refused to pay any expenses for my children. I have submitted the bills and insurance information, even including the insurance packet from my HR d...
I don't see why he would need to speak to the HR person. They have nothing to do with insurance other than providing the benefits and likely cannot even see what medical expenses you have incurred. Furthermore could interfere with your employment. He's just looking for excuses not to pay. It's time to get an attorney and file a motion to show cause (contempt).. Let him argue his stupid theory to the Court.See question
My bro has raised "Lila" for 8yrs since she was 3mon old. Her bio-dad is deceased. Her mom "May"&my bro split up. She is a horrible mom.She has an older daughter by another man who lives with her father and a son that is biologically my brothers. ...
He really needs to speak with an attorney. It is difficult to get custody of a non-biological child. As stated in the other answer, unfitness / unsuitability of the biological parent must be proven and there is a presumption in favor of biological parents raising their kids. If the child is eight years old and is living with your "bro," he can petition for custody. As far as the mother taking the child back, that's definitely something to worry about. He can attempt to petition the Court for an emergency ex-parte motion and it its warranted the Court can order that he have temporary custody until the matter can be sorted out. A guardian ad litem will also need to be appointed for the child. As stated previously, he's got his work cut out for him and will need an attorney most assuredly.See question