My lawyer made a mistake typing the exact date of marriage in ONE of the several pages of divorce papers when he filed. The case is still open. I informed my attorney but he told me that its only important in the final decree and not on this one. ...
You could do an amended complaint although I don't believe it's worth the money. You could file a notice of correction, which doesn't mean too much but puts it on record. I would suggest doing it the way your attorney says. You just need to support it with evidence, which would be testimony. Everything will be fine.
Best to you,
An employee was hurt while on the clock at a site that isn't part or the job. It was owners of company s home and he hurt himself ( bad hernia) went to hospital and filled out statement claiming what happened. Than later on, owner made the company...
It still may be a worker comp claim and the employee should seek advice from an attorney. Another attorney answering here, David Mullen, is in the area you are asking from. You should give him a call.
Best to you,
I have shared parenting with my ex girlfriend however just recently she keyed my truck n put her hands on me I took that downtown n now we have a case going I'm trying to get full custody now what are the chances of me winning Now that wasn't ...
Well, I'd like to give you that hope but there's not enough information here. I would say though that there is a chance you can do it.
The court will be looking at the best interest of the child. You received another answer and it was well thought but, the attorney is from another state and not applying Ohio law. Also, it wasn't 100% on point since I see nothing in your question indicating you want 100% "timesharing", referred to in Ohio as parenting time. However, the other attorney isn't wrong if you were seeking 100% time thereby cutting the mother out completely. It's very difficult to do in Ohio and the court will go out it's way to keep both parents involved even if it requires supervised time for the mother.
There are problems you raise which the court will be looking at though. I don't believe the voice mails will play into the custody case. The arguing in front of the child though is not going to win her any favors from the court.
Most shared parenting plans cover some of which cover some of the behaviors you are concerned about. If so, in addition to the motion to the modify the shared parenting plan to name you residential parent and legal custodian(custody to you), you should be looking at a contempt as well.
You may also want to consider for yourself, or your girlfriend could do this, getting a civil stalking order. It doesn't sound as though there are grounds for a civil protection order but the stalking order, with the calls to work, the voice messages if threatening, and the threatening behavior toward your current girlfriend may justify it. It becomes complicated though and you should have an attorney. In fact, I hope you have an attorney for the custody case. If not, you have to follow the Rules of Evidence and it may be difficult getting certain important evidence in the record. The civil stalking order will help you as far as the case goes but that's not the intent. What it will really do is keep her from doing this things and the real beneficiary will be your daughter.
I wish you well,
The father of my children and I split up and he moved out of our home. He is the only one listed on our lease agreement, but we have lived here three years, and the landlord knows I am residing here, from the inception of the lease.. but we have a...
Until a domestic relations court would make an order, which won't happen until a divorce is filed, your husband can come in and out. If there is any danger to you, or you have been harmed before, you could talk to an attorney about a civil protection order.
A civil protection order needs to be evaluated on a case by case basis. Also, if you file it and it is approved, there will be a second hearing, which will move you closer to January 1, 2016.
If the two of you are going to terminate your marriage, it can also be done dissolution and the rental property could be covered in a separation agreement until the final hearing.
Best to you,
I now feel like the terms regarding my and my ex-spouse's retirement accounts were not fair. I am realizing how unfair now that I am looking into retiring and finding out the major advantage my ex-spouse has. Can these terms be renegotiated?
Not likely to happen. You could try but the court isn't likely to do it unless you could come up with a valid motion to vacate. After six years it's highly unlikely.
That being said, I was in court defending against a motion to modify spousal support even though there's no reservation of jurisdiction. We won and the court dismissed the motion. However, we have a couple pending motions so the case isn't over. Even though the court can't do it, with some creative drafting we're probably going to agree to a modification in the form of restructuring how it's paid but not changing the amount.
Talk to an attorney but if the other person won't do it, it likely will not happen.
Best to you,
I just received a subpoena in the mail to me asking for my girlfriend to show up in court tomorrow at 2:30. She has never received any kind of fee and she is not available to come tomorrow afternoon. Does she have to show without receiving the...
I'd be curious to know, since I'm late in getting here, how this worked out. If it was by regular mail, it is to me not served properly pursuant to Ohio Civil Rule 45(B). Just curious what the court did with it.
Click Rule 45 here: http://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/LegalResources/Rules/civil/CivilProcedure.pdfSee question
My ex moved to California with my son. He's unstable, my son hasn't been in one school longer than a school year. He also has only lived with his father for the past 5 months. Before that he lived with family members. My ex lives in a camper on a ...
Maybe. Timing could be the key here and you don't give an exact date of the move to California. After six months there, California will have jurisdiction over custody. Therefore, you need to move quickly and try to get an ex parte custody order.
If this has been the living conditions for the past five months, be prepared to answer why you didn't do something sooner. You need to be speaking with an attorney tomorrow and get moving on this. Otherwise, you could end up with a custody case in California.
Best to you,
We lived in Oregon, Ohio , In Lucas County, Ohio. I still live there. Husbands is 70 years old, his pension is $6,000.00 a month from company he worked for. He left me for another women. We were married for 13 years. His first wife died. My hu...
Just trying to be honest here but I think it's a tough sell to the court. Maybe based on your age you could argue an income equalization, which would really be $2600/month but, it's not a long term marriage. Are you entitled to spousal support after a 13 year marriage? I would say yes. But one-half for the rest of your life is a very tough sell. All you can do is talk to a local attorney to explore your options.See question
Someone told me I had custody because she's a minor and I'm not I was also told since she signed adoption papers and I didn't that it takes her rights away . I have been worried since she hasn't been taking care of her right not giving her sensiti...
You don't have custody by virtue of being an adult. You need to file for custody immediately. Move quickly and by all means get an attorney.See question
In March of 2011 my son-in-law died. He was drunk and drown in his own vomit. My daughter had another man moved in with her in a month or less. This is when it became increasingly difficult to have access to my 2 grandchildren. I am fearful fo...
The only thing you can do is file for custody. The last one of these I did turned out well. You have to show you have an interest in the welfare of the children and that it is in the best interests of the children to see you. Complicated though and I would suggest using an attorney.
Best to you