I have received nothing but bad advice, and advised not to do anything but to let it run its course. Have been together for 4+ years. Moved into a house in her name years back. Only married from May until Aug when I was kicked out. So far Ive rece...
It is not to late to wise up and hire an attorney. If you want legal advice, ignore your family, friends and plumber. Speak to a lawyer.See question
I would like to change my baby's last name so that it is hyphenated. While filing paperwork at the hospital I was pressured by the baby's father to not hyphenate his last name, and now I regret my decision. The child is five days old currently. Do...
A name change requires a court order. If you know how to petition the court, you can try that on your own. If not, hire an attorney.See question
My wifes lawyer drafted up the settlement and my lawyer signed it approximitly 20 days ago. Her lawyer left out days of visitation that were not even contested. Her lawyer wrote out my overnights 106 that is correct however in the FOC paper that g...
You should IMMEDIATELY hire an experienced family law attorney to try to fix this mess. Don't wait and don't try to play lawyer.See question
her grandparents never took me to court or asked for child support, she is noe 15 and we are talking she would like to see me do i have right?
If you have never been established as her father, you have no rights.See question
I have 2 children who are with me several overnights but not as much as the mother. I do, however, take them to school, pick them up and they stay with me many evenings till 8 or 9. I have heard FOC can deviate. Essentially the kids are with me at...
The Michigan Child Support Formula does have provisions for deviation from that formula. If your attorney presents a proper case for deviation, your judge might approve it.See question
My court order is for 8 hours once a month - does it transfer to FL? Can I stop him and the grandkids from moving?
I don't know of any way that a grandparent could stop a custodial parent from moving to a different state. However, you should speak with a family law attorney in the county where they move to in Florida. That attorney should be able to tell you whether Florida will honor the grandparenting time order from Michigan.See question
My partner and I, while not married, are in a long-term, committed relationship. She has physical and joint legal custody of her 4 kids from a previous marriage, who live with us. Can I be considered a de facto parent if I've helped parent the kid...
The children presumably have two biological parents sharing parenting time. They are the parents.See question
I'm 61 years of age. Clean record. A ex guy i ended relationship with, as a result of his alcohol/substance abuse that led to emotional,mental and physical abuse to me. He's still mad that i've avoided him for the past few months. He meets wome...
You certainly don't need this on your record. Hire an experienced attorney to fight this for you.See question
I am looking for a document on Joint Custody guidelines for Ottawa county. My ex will not let me speak to my children on the phone and I believe I should legally be able to speak with them. Is this true?
If your ex won't let you speak to the children, ask your attorney to get a court order.See question
Debt. Now he wants my tax return from last year so he can renew them this sounds fishy to me and I would like to know if I should do it???
I advise that you not do anything without your divorce attorney reviewing and approving.See question