i have been try to get disable bc i cant work i took a babysitting job so i can pay some on cs it only 60 or 80 every 2 week but it something in now they have take my driving lic also i got visitation with my kids 3 days out of the month and my ex...
If you income has been reduced by more than $100.00 or 20% since the last time the Court set the amount of your support, you will need to file a motion with the Court to modify your support obligation to a lower amount. If they have suspended your license, you will likely need an attorney to get it re-instated, so your attorney can handle the support modification for you as well.
The problems with visitation will also need to be handled by the Court. You can file a motion to have the custodial parent held in contempt if you have been refused visitation (regardless of whether the children claim that they do or do not want to see you). It is common for orders to prohibit either party from making any bad remarks about the other parent in front of the children, if your orders do not have that prohibition you can ask the Court to order it now.See question
My wife has an ex parte, temporary order of protection, that only allows me to contact her about our son. And grants her temporary custody of him. How can I legally see my son if she allows me to? Would we have to meet at a courthouse or PD?
It's going to be very difficult to get an attorney to try and interpret an Order without the benefit of being able to read the order - - - and you probably wouldn't want them to try, anyway.
If you are sure what you can and cannot do without violating the order, then you should consult with an attorney, taking a copy of the order with you.See question
One sibling of five has POA over their mother, and is refusing to allow specific family members visitation at the nursing home because of a personal dispute. The mother is requesting to have visitation with the denied family members, however, her...
One sibling of five has POA over their mother, and is refusing to allow specific family members visitation at the nursing home because of a personal dispute. The mother is requesting to have visitation with the denied family members, however, her ...
As a general rule, the power of attorney does not override the wishes of the person who granted it, and a PoA can be revoked or modified by the grantor.
However, you also indicated that the grantor has dementia, which can change the situation quite drastically (for one, if the PoA is not a durable power of attorney, it may no longer be effective anyway). It may be appropriate to have a guardian appointed for her.
Best bet is to talk to an attorney to help you evaluate your options.See question
Hi, I am seeking to voluntarily terminate parental rights of my unborn child. I am married, sadly I had an affair the woman in which I was involved is currently 5 months pregnant, I am willing to pay child support but I do not want to have any oth...
There really isn't a way to terminate your parental rights, absent an adoption or as part of a DHS dependency/neglect case. But with that said, while a court can always order you to pay child support if you do not wish to have a relationship with the child there isn't any practical way to force you to have one.See question
My mother got temporary guardianship of my daughter over a year ago. It lasted two weeks and my child was back living with me. We went through the court to get the guardianship in place, but now a year later my mother is threatening to take my chi...
Typically, a temporary guardianship will expire in no more than 90 days, unless the Court enters an order for permanent guardianship (though with minor children the temporary guardianship can be extended another 90 days in some circumstances).
The first thing you should do is to get a copy of the guardianship orders. Go to the Circuit Court Clerk for the county that the guardianship was originally entered and request copies of all orders. Then you can review the order to see if it was permanent or temporary and, if temporary, the period for which it is effective.
If the guardianship was permanent, or temporary and not yet expired, you will need to go back to court to have the guardianship terminated. How to go about that will depend on the findings set out in the guardianship order, so it would be best to have an attorney assist you.See question
He us also not on the birth certificate, is it possible for him to lose all rights to her. She is only 6 months old.
At this point it isn't clear that he has even established his rights to the child. If you and he were never married, he would need to go to Court to establish his rights.
With that said, he could always file a lawsuit to establish his paternity and gain rights to the child, so while he may not necessarily have any rights at this time (other than to go to court to establish his rights) there isn't anything that will automatically terminate his parental rights short of a DHS action or an adoption - neither of which you will want to be involved in without the assistance of an attorney.See question
My wife recently left home without telling me her reasons or where she was moving. She comes in to pick her stuff as she pleases. Her strange behavior has made me feel unsafe especially as she carried along some of my effects and some money have b...
You can change the locks, but if you and she are co-owners of the property she would have the right to have the locks changed as well.
Go ahead and change the locks, but consider filing a Separate Maintenance or Divorce action so that you can ask the Court to award you temporary or permanent possession of the home.See question
wife filed devoice 3 years ago which never got finale through court. I just bought a house for better living condition for our artistic son that lives with me. the loan officer says the loan require her to sign a discloser but I cant find any laws...
Because you are still married, she may assert her dower and other potential rights to the property, and your lender does not want to finance the property if they have to worry about her asserting rights to the property.See question
I was under 18 when I got the loan, I lived in Pa at the time and have lived in Arkansas since 2006, and I got a phone call saying I need to call them back because they are trying to serve me court papers, and I don't know what I need to do its be...
The debt is likely beyond the statute of limitations, though it is obviously impossible to really evaluate a lawsuit without seeing the pleadings or having more detailed information.
You can check the clerk's offices of your the Circuit Court and the District Courts in your area to see if a lawsuit has really been filed. If so, you can ask for a copy of the complaint that you can take with you to show an attorney.See question