You need to plead not guilty. Make sure you get a public defender appointed if you cannot afford an attorney, and then make sure you do not enter a guilty plea until you know what is going to happen in the grand-theft charge case.
What your ex has filed is discovery. Which are formal questions that you need to answer in writing and verify as true (you should be getting them in the mail). He is also asking for you to produce certain documents. While it is possible to SOMETIMES handle these questions on your own, it is ALWAYS advisable to retain an attorney when you are dealing with such an important matter as custody of you child. I would advise that you contact a local attorney as soon as possible and look at getting...
You have a right to have a public defender represent you at the shelter care hearing once a CPA (Child Protective Action) case has been started if you can't afford an attorney. You need to discuss theses issues with them.
If you can afford a private attorney then you should do so. Also, you should understand that the public defender cannot represent you in the custody case against the father. They will just help with the CPA case. You will need to find an experienced family law attorney to...
What you can and should do depends on the exact language in your custody order(s). I would highly suggest taking these documents with you and meeting with an experienced family law attorney to discuss your options.
As the previous answer said. Yes he can still do that, to know if he will be successful or not depends on a number of factors and what the specific language is in the final decree that was ordered. Additionally, depending on what was done with any other retirement accounts it may be necessary to still prepare and have the judge sign a qualified domestic relations order or similar document.
I would contact an attorney about these issues and have that attorney take a look at your paperwork.
The answer to this question would depend largely on what specific custody you have in your most current order (if there have been any modifications in the past 11yrs) What I would suggest is setting up an appointment to talk to a local attorney that specializes in family law to discuss this alienation issue. Usually judges will take it very seriously when one parent is alienating the affections of the children against the other parent. Some possible options include brining contempt against...
You need to contact an experienced family law attorney in your area to discuss your options. It depends on several factors that only an attorney experienced in this field can address. When checking with an attorney make sure they have handled relocation cases in the past as these cases created unique challenges.
Ultimately it is up to the Judge and not your ex what happens.
It sounds like there is no custody order in place and this is an initial action.
You need to get an attorney. The short answer is yes, especially if you do not have an experienced family law attorney on your side, the father can get full custody and you could have to pay child support.
Your question is too vague to allow a specific response.
Generally speaking Idaho is a community property state which means things acquired during the marriage are generally community property. However, it is more complex than that and it sounds like you might have a seperate property issue related to the house; and a possible reimbursement claim back to the community.
It's true that who ever takes the car loan should get that debt into their name only but remember there could be equity...