my ex filed a motion to change physical placement of our child but she does not have a substantial change to do so.
You don't file another motion. What you do is file an objection to her motion pointing out why there are no grounds to support her motion. I would get a lawyer to help you. Simply because you believe there has been no substantial change in circumstances does not mean a court will agree. Good luck!See question
Is there any thing a court can hold against a person in a custody hearing if the couple was never married and one of the persons involved is in a relationship after they are not together. The facts are that I was dating and my girlfriend was going...
In a custody case, the court will look at anything affecting the best interests of the child or children. You should speak to a family law lawyer. Good luck!See question
I owe just under 3000 in arrears being paid at 430$ a month. I have over 14,000$ in interest. I no longer pay current support just arrears. please help
I agree with Atty. Nelson. Make an offer. That's the only way to avoid paying the whole amount which will just get larger based on the interest.See question
I went to court on a motion to dismiss and lost the motion, during the motion my attorney did not mention or present some key facts in my case so when I lost the motion he told me to do it on an appeal which I would not be able to because it was n...
If this is a civil case and is not over you cannot appeal until it is over. If it is a civil case and you lost, you will have either 90 or 45 days to file a Notice of Appeal, from the date the judgment is entered. I assume you want another attorney. Good luck!~See question
My ex wife called me and stated that I was going to be arrested for not showing up an order to show cause/contempt hearing regarding a missed child support payment. However, I was never notified that there was a hearing! I was never served papers...
You can review your case on CCAP and see what happened. http://wcca.wicourts.gov/index.xsl;jsessionid=C6BC346F4C2D75DFB55758D8E3F27B53.render6
Milwaukee County does not have the best family court/child support system. Feel free to contact me for a brief free consultation. I think I can help you. 414-224-8411. Whatever you do, don't delay. Quick action to fix your situation is required.See question
I am having trouble with a dog breeder and I want her to stop contacting me. I purchased a dog from her last July and she is still demanding how I should take care of him, food to eat, etc. She contacts me using email, text messaging and the phone...
You could get a harassment restraining order. They probably have the forms so you could do it yourself at the courthouse. Through an attorney, $500 is a rough estimate. It could be more or less. Good luck!See question
I recently found out about Rule 61. When a defense attorney does not provide adequate counsel to a client, which results in the accused being misinformed when signing a plea. (In this instance.) My question is, what happens if this motion is grant...
In Wisconsin, if a lawyer provides ineffective assistance of counsel, such as misinforming a defendant of some material matter, a motion hearing may be held and the judge may allow the plea to be withdrawn. Then there could be a trial. The drawback? A harsher sentence. The benefit, being found not guilty. What Delaware law on this is I do not know. Whether free counsel is provided I do not know either. Why not do a AVVO search for DE criminal lawyers and contact a few. Whatever you do, act quickly! Good luck!See question
If so, what is the time limit to do so? Thanks in advance.
Definitely, Yes! Why not do an AVVO search of appeals lawyers on AVVO in TN. I do not know the time limits, but they are usually very short, say weeks. For a contempt appeal, you want to get on it ASAP! Good luck!See question
I was told in civil lawsuits defendants can only appeal if unhappy with courts decisions in small claims etc. But my question is.... can the plaintiff appeal? If so what happens next. Do you go to US supreme court ? This is regarding child cust...
In general, any party that does not prevail in any kind of lawsuit can appeal. However, there are usually strict time limits on appeals and so you want to act quickly. Typically, a decision by a trial court is appealed to the court of appeals, not the US Supreme Court.
Why not take a look at this AVVO web page. Good luck!
It's for my son whose schizophrenia,bio polar adhd ,hear voices and has been in Wichita falls because of his mental state.
Very few people get SSI the first time. There are many lawyers in your area who handle such appeals. Review the links above and start making some phone calls on Monday. Good luck!See question