I am not sure what you mean by "primary custody." Custody is Sole or Joint. Remember in Wisconsin Custody is the right to make decisions regarding the child. If you have joint custody of the child then you have every right to have a SS card.
I will assume that you got this through your own efforts, and not by the efforts of the ex.
I will also assume that he also got his through his own efforts, and no efforts of yours.
The courts would tell him to go get his own, if it came to a...
This wouldn't be a family law issue. It is really a TRO/Harassment, or Criminal. You might want to post it there.
As a TRO matter, any history would help you obtain a restraining order. If you start the court may kick you back to family court, but very honestly it is harder to enforce from the family court. So, start with a TRO.
As for old criminal matters, there I would start by calling the Dane county DA's office (assuming that is where you lived at the time). They might just...
Can both of you get in trouble ? No, him yes.
PO has full control. It is an agency that creates it own rules, and the PO does so in each case. They have the right to revoke, so anything less is within their control.
If you get the right judge, maybe you will pull an annulment off.
You will have to indicate that you were never aware he had a drug problem. The more you can prove it was hidden from you the better your chances. But don't delay. You have to act fast, and be surprised that he was a druggy.
For the most part Wisconsin doesn't just hand out Annulments, they are rare. But if you didn't know then that is a major factor in your marriage being voidable, which lends itself to an...
Absolutely, I am afraid that every court will want more recent signatures that 3 years ago.
Also if he is likely not to appear, then it would be best to have him notarize his signature.
Lastly, it might be a good idea for you two(2) to file JOINTLY because the courts are more likely to accept only your appearance at the final default hearing if it was filed JOINT.
If there is a divorce pending or a bankruptcy YES (interrogatories, and Demand for Production of Documents). Otherwise, NO.
However you have the same rights on a joint account that she does. Get the statements and do the account balances and you will find the disparity.
Might I suggest that you take over the balancing of the check book. Tell her that you are worried you might not be any good at doing it, so you would like to try it for awhile.
Or get access electronically to the...
If you have a divorce filed already, then file a motion for Temporary Order. They will order her to maintain health insurance during the pendancy of the case. After that you will at a minimum by granted cobra for 18 months. That should get you enough time to seek suplimental insurance.
The court may grant you maintenance, that insurance would be a part of your expenses and inasmuch may be covered by the maintenance they order.
I am sorry for your situation, it is unfortunate.
There are a couple of ways this can be viewed. I like to view it as an enforcement issue.
If she calls the police and tried to have you removed the police will ask to see some identification like a driver's license. If the grandma's address is on that id, then they will not force you out.
The next enforcer would be the court. If she files an eviction will they force you out. Not likely without notice. These things take time. It certainly would not be over...
I am assuming you are proceeding ProSe. If you are, then mediation is your best bet to get an agreement in writing and get this all behind you. I would ask for another appointment. If you don't get an agreement you can live with then you can always walk away.