Mother and I now share joint legal and physical custody with her having weekend parenting time and week long visits during breaks contingent on her acquiring her own place. The first weekend she had the children (5/11/12-5/13/12) she left the chil...
I agree with my colleagues. It seems there are facts that we are not aware of which resulted in the judges' orders. You should consult an attorney right away.See question
My ex didnt pay her filing fees and her papers were removed now she has filed a new case on the day we were susposed to be in court
When her first case was dismissed, she became able to refile.See question
If you are married here in CA (church & civil) can you get legally married in another country (Guatemala)? Were married both in CA and Guatemala in 1988. Kids are all grown up well over 18 and spouse has had business for 10 years.
I can't tell from your question if you are talking about marrying the same spouse multiple times, if that is the case, then yes you can do so. You can not be married to 2 different people at the same time.See question
If I get a divorce in my wife's country (Australia), will the new terms of the divorce decree replace the old agreements? We already have a separate maintenance agreement plus domestic relations order to divide my military pension and pay spousal/...
You should definitely consult a lawyer in Australia.See question
my husband filed for divorce in Tx when he lived there that filing is still pending and I have been responding to it. Now I found out he has come to CA and filed another divorce filing here neather filing shows knowlege of the other. Is that 1. ...
I agree with the other answer. You should speak with an attorney in both states about your options.See question
My son is 18 years old his girlfriend is 17 and is 7 mos. pregeant. My son has been apart of this pregency this whole time now his girlfriend mom is saying that he can't see her or the baby that he would have to take his girlfriends mom to court w...
You should speak with an attorney about filing a paternity action.See question
I am the mother of a 3 year old son, getting married in September. I have sole physical and joint legal custody of my son. We are planning to get married in Maine, and he refuses to give permission. There isn't anything arguable about safety, or t...
File an OSC right away. Seek legal counsel if you need to.See question
he has recently been incarcerated in the county jail, do i still need to take my daughter to see him for visits? i do not want to be in trouble for not taking her, but id rather not take her to see him while he is in jail
With respect to getting "in trouble", in order for you to be found in contempt you have to specifically violate the pertinent order. In this case, read the exact wording of the court order... Do the court orders require you to provide all of the transportation, I assume not. Is he supposed to pick the child up from school or daycare or your home for example, if so he is not going to be able to comply with a condition of his parenting time. If he incarcerated and this was not anticipated at the time the orders were drafted, is unlikely that the court orders were written in a way that would specifically require you to take your child to and from jail but you should consult an attorney right away in order to be sure.
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Tje mother will not let me have over night vists of my newborn baby
You need to file a paternity action. Get an attorney to help you.See question
I have a friend were his ex girlfriend and him have a two year old baby, they are no longer together, every month she ask him for money around 500 to 1000 Dollors. He only sees his baby three times a week and if he doesn't pay her what she wants s...
He needs to file a paternity action. Child support and parenting time are viewed separately by the court and if he had court orders she could not withhold the child based on whether or not his child support was paid and also his support would be for a fixed court ordered amount.See question