David Scott Bartos’s Answers

David Scott Bartos

Rocky River Bankruptcy Attorney.

Contributor Level 10
  1. What kind of motion do I need to file in order to get child support money?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Jay Sternberg
    2. David Scott Bartos
    2 lawyer answers

    It depends on how old you are or if you have a guardian. I just competed a case under similar circumstances. Generally, a "Suggestion of Death" and "Motion to transfer obligee"

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  2. How many hours am I required to work as salaried restraunt manager?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    You technically will need to work as much as the owners want. It sounds as if you are being taken for granted. You need to have a life. Quit if you need/ want to, but find another job first.

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  3. My boyfriend is not a registered sex offender. but has a criminal offense and no association w minors.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Alec Scott Rose
    2 lawyer answers

    More information is needed. Get around what? Is someone saying he can not live with you? Is the Father threatening you to notify someone?

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  4. In filing Chapter 7 bankrucy business and personal how many years back can trustee go back in requesting information.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. David Michael Benson
    3. Stephen Clark Harkess
    4. Matthew T. Desrochers
    4 lawyer answers

    The trustee generally will not go back more than 2-3 years....if that. In the many petitions that I have prepared, if the business is not making money, the business is not making money. The trustee still will ask questions about the business, but if you are honest (which you are required to be), is not making money and has no value than you have nothing to worry about. My concern is that you have to ask the question in the first place, is there something else you are worried about. I feel...

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  5. Iam 45 and my girlfriend is 16 about to turn 17 and the law in ohio say that the law say the sex consent say 16 are we breaking

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Robert Edward Calesaric
    2 lawyer answers

    The only law that you may be breaking is contributing to the delinquency of a minor. You are correct in the sense that the age of consent is 16, however it probably will not stop the girls parents from making your life a living he__ __. A girl of 16 is very naive and trusting and will probably be hurt by you. I have seen to many cases where the young person, after the relationship ends (which yours will), decides that you manipulated her and that you coerced her into any type of sexual...

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  6. What steps do I need to take regarding my missing vehicle?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    You should contact the police immediately. Your car could be being used in criminal activity. Notify your insurance company and inform them that the car has been stolen. Document all your activities with the police and insurance and for your own records. You can contact the bureau of motor vehicle and see if the car has been sold. Your "friend"may have forged your name to sell it. Different attorneys and web sites may be able to check where the car is.

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  7. I have a 6 yr old daughter and wondering if her absent father will get temp joint or shared custody??

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Loveleen Kaur Bajwa
    2 lawyer answers

    The father is just blowing smoke. I do not believe that he will do anything. He would need to file an Application/Motion for Custody in the State and County in which the child lives. He would need to travel from his state to fight for custody in your state. I would wait until he files for custody, because in Ohio, you are deemed the sole custodian until a court says otherwise. Do not file yourself....wait until he does, because he may never file. It is doubtful that he would be granted...

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  8. Can a victim of domestic violence who obtains a civil protection order be charged with violating her own protection order?

    Answered 29 days ago.

    1. Matthew Oberlin Williams
    2. Thomas Parker Goodwin
    3. David Scott Bartos
    3 lawyer answers

    Usually only the Respondent can violate the protection order, as you have not been ordered to do or not do anything (Unless it was a joint protection order). Someone should have explained that the protection orders last 5 years. If you have felt threatened/stalked by the respondent there should not be a desire by you to contact the respondent. If he attempts to contact you, call the police. He should not be contacting you and you should not be responding to him

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  9. Does child support include extra curricular activities or is that something the mother and father share the expense of?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Loretta Marie Helfrich
    2 lawyer answers

    You must first look at your court order. If the court order is silent on the issue than he does not have to pay for extra-curricular activities. If you want to resolve the issue than you probably should take him back to court. The pressure of going to court, hiring attorney and time spent, might force him to rethink his position. Unfortunately, it will cost you time and money, as well.

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  10. Back child support

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    The big questions is, Why was your husband asked to leave the child support office? If your husband did not have custody than that will be an issue and will need to prove that the child lived with you. You should be able to obtain back support, however, 1. it won't be easy, and 2) the court losing jurisdiction of the case soon. You should file for the support soon.

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