My husband & I got divorced yesterday. This is quite an unusual case, but I don't think any of that matters for your response. My husband stated under oath that he felt the marriage was irreconcilable. I stated under oath that is was not i...
In WI, by motion the Judgment can be voided for up to 6 months. whether that is a good idea is an entirely different question.See question
If they leave a subpoena at a house but cant find the victim can the victim get in trouble
If the victim lives there and the subpoena was properly left with someone over the age of 14, then yes the victim can get in trouble for not complying with the subpoenaSee question
Yes or no is fine.
Usually yes but with anything in the law it can depend on the situation (ie if the officer was legally where he was to smell the alleged marijuana)See question
If you let the cops in can they just start searching your house?
no, but anything in plain view is fair gameSee question
My fiancé was arrested friday due to not being able to pay his full amount of child support each month, to his other children's mother. Saturday someone came to the jail and talked to him about possibly getting out on the electronic bracelet,had h...
when it is non payment of child support, huber or electronic monitoring is usually authorized. Prior revocation of either program can cause denialSee question
Parents have every other week placement. Child does not want to return to his father's house because of stressful situations.
First, you should be encouraging the child to go unless you believe that the situation is physically harmful (just like you would be telling them to go to school or the dentist or whatever). In life you have to do a lot of things you don't want to do that may be stressful.
That being said, if dad involves law enforcement they could tell the kid he has to go or else. Or if your ex files a motion, you can be held in contempt; however, realistically these things rarely happen when the kid is 17 1/2 and refusing to go unless there is a long history of you not following the court's orders.
My ex broke up with me 4 months ago after we moved in with his best friend. I wanted to find my own place so I talked to the landlord and she said that I had to have them sign a roommate release form which my ex refuses to sign. I told him I will ...
you can move any time you want to. You would still be liable for rent if they won't release you from liability. If you are going to pay your portion of the rent, I would send it to the landlord, not to your ex.See question
My ex owes me variable expenses for a couple months ago. I put in my written request with receipts per our court order and the time came and went and I was not reimbursed. She had filed a motion to modify the variable expenses splittng, and when I...
Do you owe her anything That she could be thinking would offset the variable expenses? Past medical, child support etc?See question
I would like to know if the father did not give up his rights when the adoption papers were signed by me if I could get him back and if I was not given the proper counseling if that can be a factor in me getting him back as well?
He doesn't necessarily need to sign. It is likely that when dad did not show up for the hearing, he was defaulted.See question