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  • How can I get justice and my fianances back from a woman who had me paying childsupport in which I'm not the father?

    I had signed the birth certificate at the childs birth. Now come 6 years and 9 months later she gets back with an ex-lover and decides to go get a private DNA test because she thinks the child reminds her of him now. It comes back as he's the fath...

    David’s Answer

    It is complicated and too lengthy to discuss on AVVO. Please call me at (440)409-0300 and we can arrange an initial free consultation.

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  • I am looking for lawyers in my city that can help me with bankruptcy in the Ohio location...

    I filed with a debt consolidation company a year back and think bankruptcy is the best option for me at this current time.

    David’s Answer

    Please give me, David Bartos, a call and we can meet and discuss your needs. 440-409-0300

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  • Im considering marriage,would I be resposible for fiance child support as well if I was to marry him?

    He was ordered to pay $240 per month.So many people say that once I marry him the court would also force me to pay his debt.As well as hold my income tax return until he was current with his child support. Is this in fact true for the State of Ohio ?

    David’s Answer

    No, you would not be responsible. Your husband's debts are his debts. Indirectly you would be affected by his support because it takes money out of your household. You will not be responsible for this debt if he stops paying.

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  • What kind of motion do I need to file in order to get child support money?

    Mother passed away, I Am the child on the case.

    David’s Answer

    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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  • Filing with the courts for release of transcript`s.

    i was told by the juvenile court that i must file with the court`s for the judge`s perrmission to release the transcript`s from my pre-trail hearing for visitation.what form do i file .?and can this be done pro se?

    David’s Answer

    There is no form. You must prepare a "Motion To Release Transcript", prepare a certificate of service and show that you are mailing to all the parties involved in the case. There will be costs involved. You can file it pro se, but if it is not done correctly it will not be granted. What do you need the transcript for? If you would like to discuss it more, please call my office.

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  • Help getting back chidsuport fr my daughter,since 1998 in Cleveland,Ohio my daughter will be grauating 5/30/12 support wil stop

    Cuyahoga childsupport agency had been looking for him since 1998 but he only started paying in Nov.2011 and the agency says tha I need to call legal aid to try and get it

    David’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorneys. Additionaly, A motion to show cause possibly cout get filed. He may face jail, fines, and court costs. CSEA should be the ones filing such a motion, however, an attorney can also file it for you. Unfortunately, an attorney will probably cost you money. Good Luck.

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  • How do I revoke my child's absent fathers rights so my partner can have the absent fathers rights.

    The absent father does nothing financially, emotionally, and physically. My daughter is four years old. He chooses not to have contact with her at all. I ordered to pay child support. He has done nothing since she has been born. He is on the birth...

    David’s Answer

    Your partner can generally adopt. There are a few exceptions. You do not need the fathers permission to have the child adopted if he has not seen the child in a year or has not paid child support for a year. It can be a awhile for the adoption to be completed and expect to gather a lot of information. It is an exciting thing...good luck. If you need have more questions, you can contact me at 1-440-409-0300. David Bartos

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  • Are adults allowed to be tried as juvenile?

    If a 13 year old commited statutory rape , then 12 years later (age 25) the crime was found out what would happen? Is the adult to be tried in a juvenile court? the law says that only 15 years old commiting a violent crime are allowed for a mandat...

    David’s Answer

    The charges should be dismissed. Since the crime was committed by a juvenile, juvenile court would start the process and the prosecutor's office would try to move it to adult court. However, juvenile court loses all jurisdiction after the alleged perpetrator turns 21 years old, so it can't be moved to adult court. This case is to old and should be dismissed. If you are going through this, contact me and we can talk more.

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  • Ticket for failure to stop for school bus but was NOT pulled over

    A citation was issued for failure to stop for a school bus but I was not pulled over by Police. The bus driver issued a complaint. In the complaint it states that the bus driver could not identify the driver. The bus was vearing to the right and I...

    David’s Answer

    They would have to prove it was you. Even what they allege, it appears you were not at the scene of the crime. I would suggest contacting an attorney that practices in that court for a consultation.

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