It depends on a number of issues:
1. if they are married.
2. if her name is on the deed to the home.
3. the value of the house.
if they are married, then it is more than likely that she will get the house. Since your father has sole custody, then chances are they are divorced or never married. If that is the case, then you and your sister will get the house.
While the court rules require you to file an answer, it is not necessarily required by the judge. There are concers because there are some judges who really don't even pay attention to oral argument. They make their ruling based upon the written motion and answer. Becareful because if you have one of these judges you will not fare well.
What you are referring to is "right of first refusal". If one parent is not available for a specific amount of time then the other parent gets the first right to have the child. The time limits vary cases by case. If you want this option then you have to file a motion to change parenting time to incorporate this.
Before the birth of the child, the adoption process needs to begin. This process is lengthy. An adoption attorney is needed from the beginning of the process. Because of the complexity of the matter an in person consultation is always recommended.
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The simple answer is NO, you will not have to pay it back. Your 401K will be divided with a court order and you will no longer be responsible for what your ex does with her share of the proceeds.
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First, you can not sign away your parent rights in Michigan, they must be terminated by court under certain circumstances.
I believe you are confusing custody with parental rights. Either way I would strongly advise you not to relinquish and custody rights. Child support is based upon both parties income and the number of parenting time overnights each week. What you can do is stipulate to the zero child support for each of you.
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While all of the previous answers are correct, if the prosecutor refuses to dismiss the case, then your boyfriend will need an attorney and he will have to take it to a trial. You can then testify that the police are lying. You can also tell the prosecutor that your area going to testify against the police. The prosecutor will not want to peruse the case because he/she will not want the loss on their record. Also they will not want to put the city on a position to be sued for malicious...
At this point it appears that your children are safe. However, I have handled multiple cases where Wayne Count CPS has completely failed due to their incompetence. To ensure that your children continue to stay protected you need to hire an attorney. There are multiple options that attorney's are able to accomplish that the court does not help the general public accomplish.
The most important concerna is what do you want to be able to accomplish in the future, i.e. moving back to Florida....