I agree with the prior answer... better get a lawyer... It can have significant criminal consequences, as well as child custody consequences and even immigration consequences. It isn't something that you plea guilty to under any amount of pressure without first seeking a competent attorney for advice.
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JDF 397 Motion to Dismiss Permanent Protection Order
JDF 415 Order Vacating Protection Order
After you have done your best on these forms, you may want to consult with an attorney for a half hour or so to...
Yes, it is possible to get the vast majority of parenting time under these circumstances with certain procedures. The courts will likely allow him some supervised parenting time if he requests it, almost regardless of how bad the DUI was.
THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE
I have dealt with a situation like yours and I assure you, you need a professional to do it - two or three times - before they will be gone. The landlord is probably afraid of the stigma that the exterminators will bring when they show up, but it really isn't that bad... they are in and out in an hour or so, and most of them will give a guaranty that the job is done right... if you find them again, they will come again for free, then you should be done with the...
Sort of... In a divorce, you could be entitled to an "equitable interest" in the value of the corporation (or at least your Husband's share of it). If the house is held in the corporation, then your equitable interest in the growth of his share of the corporation (during the marriage) could result in you getting the property in a settlement. There are also some other ways to get the property, but the arguments are more complicated. You really do need a good divorce attorney if you decide to...
There is good news and bad news... Some CFIs have biases, but most of them are looking exclusively from the child's perspective. If there is some form of allegation that does not involve the child, it doesn't always make it into a report. It sounds like you are pretty deep into your case. If you are doing this without representation from an attorney, or without confidential guidance from an attorney, you are probably not on the right track. Under most circumstances, you can show a recording...
He will likely still be responsible for the back support well after your child turns 18. Each month that he did not pay became a judgment against him and the judgments have interest calculated at 12% per year. You need to go to Child Support Enforcement if not to an attorney to get this sorted out.
The answer is technically "yes", but the family members can be "sequestered" (forced to leave the courtroom) if either of the parties states that they may consider calling them as witnesses. If I were on the other side, I would have your family sequestered simply to reserve my right to call one of the family members to the stand if I needed to. I guess it depends on the attorney.
Melanie's answer is right on with respect to the statute. You need to get a sworn financial statement filed that reflects your current situation and you need to make sure that the other side knows about your new financial situation, so that they can make the necessary adjustments in your case. This is urgent. I would very strongly recommend that you seek an hour or less of assistance from an attorney. Most attorneys have computer programs that can do all of the calculations for statutory...
A Signed "decree" means that the marriage is terminated in almost all cases, but it does not necessarily mean that there will not be any more litigation over attorneys fees, liens, and other issues (as appears to be the case). If you want a more detailed answer, an attorney is going to need to look at the pleadings to advise you. I hope this helps.