I have heard, but cannot locate any articles to support this statement, that the non custodial parent is entitled one third parenting time with their child(ren). Is this true?
No, there is no such provision in the new law. The links below will help.See question
I have a 19mo son. I put his father on child support since he was the age of 1 month. They finally served him papers in another state a few weeks ago. will I get back paid since the time I put in paperwork and if do how much and how will it be...
You may not get ANY retroactive support. You should work with a lawyer.See question
I text her to advise I was outside on the 1st day of school. My neighbor walked up to speak, I met him in my driveway. My back was to the house she pulled out of garage I looked over my shoulder and saw the truck in reverse. I looked back at my ne...
If you haven't hired a lawyer and gone to court to straighten out how to handle issues like this with the kids, you're stuck with your situation. You may ask her to let you take the kids and she can say "no." You can show up at school and pick them up early and she can get mad about it. You two are left to your own devices.
You should talk with an attorney.
The links, below, will help.See question
My sons father went back to work in November of last year, I knew he wouldn't give me as much support as the state would so I filed for child support. He is a great father but he does just enough to keep our 9 year old son happy. He does small thi...
The State doesn't grant custody -- it's not up to the state. You need a lawyer.
There is no such thing as "full custody" and, after 1/1/16, there won't even be "custody" anymore. You need a lawyer.
He CAN take you to court and he CAN ask to modify custody. You need a lawyer.See question
I filed for divorce and my ex husband never showed up to any hearing, therefore the judge awarded me everything. I filed a contempt of court order siting that he did not follow order to pay the lawyer fees in the time allotted to him. A day or so ...
Who cares what his current wife says. He has kids from his first marriage and must pay child support. His child support obligation is a function of his income. He may seek a deviation from the statutory guidelines.
It sounds like you had a lawyer during the divorce but, now, are without a lawyer. You should work with a lawyer. There are plenty of ways to afford a lawyer.
The links below will help.See question
I receive child support and I'm disable so I can't work.
Of course. Child support can be used for anything. The recipient has no obligation to account for how child support funds are spent.See question
My step children's mother has stated I am not allowed to contact her in any way shape or form, that all communication is to be through their father, and I am ok with that completely. It is their agreement and if that is what she wants, it's ok wit...
This isn't your problem. You may ignore Mom's requests / demands. Suggest to your husband that he speak with his attorney. If he doesn't have an attorney, tell him to hire one.See question
Does going to rehab look bad before a custody hearing or does it look good?
It depends on a million facts that you've not shared.
Look into Dr. Bruce Alexander's work ("Rat Park") before heading off to rehab. I suggest you also read "Chasing the Scream" by Johann Hari -- especially the chapter titled "Batman's Bad Call." The links below, will help.
Hire a lawyer and talk about whether rehab is right in your situation.See question
Hi I got divorced in jan 2015, and I got my GC by my ex-spouse...who applied for me, I have a 10 year Greencard, can apply for citizenship in early 2017. My questions are 1. Can i get married again and bring my spouse from m...
Yours is a question that sounds in immigration law. I have changed the topic for you to help generate better answers. Hire an attorney for sound legal advice. Good luck.See question
Married in Ohio - 23 years - kids grown - no property or assets - no joint debts - I moved to Illinois December 2014 - He lives in Ohio - amicable - want easiest/cheapest divorce preferably before tax time for 2015 - can I file in Illinois or does...
You may file in Illinois. If you both cooperate and do what needs to be done, you should be able to have it done by Labor Day. The link below, will help.See question