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Nicholas J.B. Pasquale

Sheboygan Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. Why do the plaintiff files " request for dismissal " ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robert Harlan Stempler
    2. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    3. Paula Brown Sinclair
    3 lawyer answers

    so many possible reasons and too few characters available on this site to explain them all. could be as simple as the plaintiff not wanting to proceed.

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  2. My husband deserted my son and i in 2000 along with a piece of property can i transfer it to just me, he lives in another state.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Judy A. Goldstein
    2 lawyer answers

    If you and your husband are both on the deed, you both would need to sign a new deed transferring the complete interest in the property to you. However, even if you were able to accomplish this during the marriage, the property remains divisible between the parties in a divorce action. You should contact a divorce lawyer in your area. With as much time that has elapsed since your husband left and with you paying the bills for that long, you have a wonderful argument that the home (its equity,...

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  3. MY SON IS 16 LIVES WITH HIS MOTHER. WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT MEASURES TO TAKE TO LET HIM LIVE WITH ME HIS FATHER.

    Answered 26 days ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Steffanie Ann Schaff
    3. James CW Bock
    3 lawyer answers

    You have a couple of issues here: 1) modification of placement and 2) child support. You can file a motion with the court to request modification of the placement order and the court can grant primary placement to you if you can show that it would be better for your child if he lived with you on primary basis. Child support is connected to placement, so if you are successful in your motion for placement modification, your future child support obligation will be terminated - you could even start...

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  4. Can I go for full custody if other parent isn't following the parent plan we have set up through court?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Thomas P. Alberti
    2 lawyer answers

    Often people confuse "placement" and "custody". Placement refers to when a child is physically with a parent, whereas custody refers to a parent's ability to make certain decisions for the child (such as choice of school, religion, non-emergency medical care, etc). Under Wisconsin law, courts are requires to presume that joint legal custody is in the best interests of a child. However, this presumption can shift to a presumption of sole custody to one parent when there is evidence of domestic...

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  5. I'm going to family court supposedly for contempt on our stipulation. I am not in contempt. What do I do?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Jason Todd Studinski
    3. Nicholas C. Zales
    3 lawyer answers

    What is the nature of the alleged contempt (ex. failure to pay support, enforcement of placement, etc.)? Was an "order to show cause for contempt" or a "motion for contempt" filed?

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  6. How can a person in wisconsin get divored and be ble to remarry in july

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Teri M. Nelson
    2. Howard M Lewis
    3. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    3 lawyer answers

    If you are a resident of Wisconsin and your spouse is a resident of Wisconsin, they you will have to file for divorce in Wisconsin. Pursuant to sec. 767.335(1), a Wisconsin court cannot grant a judgment of divorce until 120 days have elapsed from the date the other party was served upon the other party or 120 days have elapsed from the filing of a joint petition. Thus, if you file for divorce in Wisconsin (and assuming that there are no contested issues) you will not be able to be divorced,...

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  7. Wisconsin courts told me to have papers served on my ex for change of placement. what is each step i need to go through?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Jane E Probst
    3. Teri M. Nelson
    4. David Alexander Browde
    4 lawyer answers

    You can file a motion to dismiss based upon a lack of standing (issue is moot) and lack of jurisdiction. The court does not have the authority to enter an order for placement over an adult child in a divorce/paternity matter. The jurisdiction challenge is the better argument, but assert every claim you can when challenging a motion. Call me if you want to discuss further 920-459-8490.

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  8. My sister and her 2 yr old lives with my parents

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    1 lawyer answer

    You can and should contact child protective services in your county.

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  9. My ex and I have 50/50 joint custudy

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    1 lawyer answer

    If you can't get your ex to agree that the child go with you for the summer, then you will need to file a motion with the court requesting the placement schedule be modified. Feel free to call me to discuss further at (920) 459-8490.

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  10. If I went to court and my wages were garnished, can they add interest and refilling costs after the judgement has been sent?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas J.B. Pasquale
    2. Dorothy G Bunce
    2 lawyer answers

    The judgment would have included any pre-judgment costs and interest. Post judgement, the creditor can add the costs of the earnings garnishment filing and post judgment interest to the the total amount. Post judgment interest is set by statute.

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