In most cases the Judge will not release him. In fact his probation could be violated and he could be looking at jail for the violation of not doing as required under the terms of probation. He needs to be speaking to an attorney about his case.
Steven A Heisler, Esq
First, I am concerned what might have been said, if you made comments that could hurt you legally. If so I understand your concern and why you would not go into detail. The law does prohibit someone from blackmailing you and there are criminal and civil sanctions available if this happens. Of course I assume you don’t want sanctions, but rather take steps so information that may not leave you in the light you desire will never be released. While you can’t stop him for sure, sometime an...
You should consult with an attorney that has done step-parent adoptions.
The attorney can walk you through this type of case and if bio dad is OK with what you are requesting, it can happen, but not until after you are married,
Steven A Heisler, Esq
He (or someone for him) should be looking to hire him an attorney that deals with criminal law.
You might want to see the reviews on this site or visit http://www.national-academy.net/attorneys/attorneys-michigan
I have this issue all the time. Questions and answers for you.
~ Are you and your husband tenants in the home owned by your father?
If yes and the rent is past due, your father could evict the two of you and you could
move back in.
You should talk to an attorney. Sometimes there are ways to get him out.
There are many ways to get someone’s name of the DEED of a home. The first option is to have that person sign a Quit Claim Deed to the other person. If the Judgment of Divorce allows, you may be able to just file the Judgment with the register of deeds in the county where the home is. If neither of these work, you would need to file a motion with the divorce court and ask for an order, this assuming the Judgment of Divorce awards you the home in the first place. This is something you should...
It may take a bit longer after you file if you dont know where he is, but you can get divorced if you have lived in Michigan for 180 days and 10 days in the county you file. A good attorney will either find him or get him served without having him personally served
Let me apologize for brother counsel’s insensate. He is correct that this is a forum for legal issues. To that end, I hope this helps. First, I am concerned what might have been said, if you made comments that could hurt you legally. If so I understand your concern and why you would not go into detail. The law does prohibit someone from blackmailing you and there are criminal and civil sanctions available if this happens. Of course I assume you don’t want sanctions, but rather take steps...
You should have an attorney review your Judgment of Divorce (JOD). No one here can tell you if you have a right to anything after the entry of the JOD unless they look at the document. If you are entitled to his retirement it will likely provide it is to be done using a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) A QDRO tells the plan administrator for his retirement to split the plan in a certain way, however the JOD must allow you to have a share of his retirement, thus why an attorney needs...