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  • If it's been 21 days since I received a parenting time order, can I assume it hasn't been objected to?

    It's been 22 days since the referee's parenting time order was mailed. If the court clerk doesn't have an objection on file from my ex, can I assume that the order is now in effect and that he can no longer object?

    Charles’s Answer

    Don't assume anything until you get an order signed by the judge.

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  • Zoo with the kids?

    I am the mother and non physical joint custodial parent. I want to take the kids to the zoo out of state (because Toledo is better!) and was told by father NO, I cannot find it anywhere that says that I cannot at least for a quick trip to the zoo!...

    Charles’s Answer

    You can take the kids to the zoo unless there is a court order to the contrary. Toledo Zoo is not better than the Detroit Zoo.

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  • Can I be held liable for debts incurred by my spouse prior to marriage?

    I am considering marriage but my partner has student loans and other debts. If we marry, will I be held responsible for those debts?

    Charles’s Answer

    Normally you are not responsible for her pre-marital debts.

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  • Who has to pay for court fees of the engagement ring?

    My fiances father broke our engagement and wedding and is demanding the ring back. He is threatening to show up with the police at my parents house. His son never asked for the ring until I text messages my former fiance and asked him to have his...

    Charles’s Answer

    The person filing the lawsuit normally pays the filing fee.

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  • What happens when you object to a referee parenting time order? Do you go back to court?

    I'd like to object to the referee's parenting time order. If I do, will we go back to court or will the judge just read the objection(s) and make a decision?

    Charles’s Answer

    An objection to the referee recommendation will cause a hearing in front of your judge.

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  • Can an adoption be terminated if fear that child is being neglected?

    My Niece was adopted by my ex step-mother and father, who is now in Jail, when my sister lost custody of her by CPS. I have reasons to believe my niece is not being taken care of properly and fear she is stuck in a bad home. My ex step-mother does...

    Charles’s Answer

    Adoptions cannot be reversed. However, you can ask authorities to do a well child check.

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  • I need advice about divorcing my husband due to infidelity

    We've been married 12 yrs. we have two children 10 & 8... I thought we were in a very happy marriage, until I found out he's having an affair with someone at our church.. I'm afraid he won't financially take care of our girls, unless I make him. ...

    Charles’s Answer

    Hire an experienced family law attorney to get child support set.

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  • My ex boyfriend has our child every other weekend and allows his known physically abusive dad to watch my child.

    My ex boyfriends dad was physically abusive to his children as they grew and to his wife. Recently, within the last two years, he has been doing many illegal activities with his other grandson, like drinking and driving with him in the car, allow...

    Charles’s Answer

    It sounds like your attorney needs to ask the judge for a court order.

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  • Father hired a lawyer to get himself put on birth certificate and parenting time just now after 4 years

    paternity has not been legally established. father not on birth certificate. I have allowed him to see the twins when he is in town under my supervision. Father has now gotten a lawyer and is requesting parenting time and his name be put on the...

    Charles’s Answer

    You have the option to let the judge decide what is best for the children. You also have the option to put the father's name on the birth certificate and to allow the chikdren to know their father.

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  • If I walk into a child support office with a warrant for child support of another child will I be detained

    I want to get emergency custody for my current child but I have a current Warrent for child support in another County and I dnt want to be detained

    Charles’s Answer

    It is possible that an outstanding warrant would be discovered by the friend of the court. It is not possible to tell for certain though. I recommend you begin by hiring an experienced family law attorney to help you navigate these two problems.

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