You should consult a Bankruptcy attorney to determine how to proceed. Check with the State Bar of Arizona for a listing of attorneys who are certified as Bankruptcy Specialists. There is a great deal at stake, so you should do this right away.
When you meet with the Bankruptcy attorney be sure you have copies of the pertinent documents: the decree of dissolution; the Notice of Bankruptcy filing for both him individually and the LLC; any records you may have from the business. I wish you...
While i agree with both counsel, I would suggest that you speak with the agency with whom you have established your anatomy gift. That agency may well have on staff, or contract counsel to assist people with your dilemma.
It is important that you proceed with this matter through the court. You should schedule an appointment with and experienced family law attorney. I agree that a guardianship may be the correct approach, but you need to be fully informed on the preocedures.
I agree with both Mr. Pippen and Mr. Fromm. In addition to the question of validity, it is best to review your will to dteremine whether or not it still makes sense in light of your move. For instance, is the person you chose to be guardian or conservator for any minors still a viable option given your move to Arizona?
Was your agreement about this account reduced to writing and signed by you and your ex? When you say you did a "divorce mediation" was this throught the court, or through an outside mediator?
You should consult an experienced family law attorney, bringing with you to the consultation all of the documents from both the mediation and the final dissolution documents.
As indicated in the prior response, you do not provide sufficient information. It appears that you have submitted your documents, but not a consent decree, since you say that your wife has not signed the documents.
You can file to update your employment information. Are there any hearings set?
There is no substitute for your meeting, at least for a consultation, with a family law attorney in your area.
Are you on the birth certificate of any of the children? I suggest you go to the Juvenile court division, either in Mesa of at 31st avenue and Durango, and try to ascertain a case number.
I suggest that you provide something in writing to CPS to document your concerns, and any proof you may have that you are, indeed, the father of these children. Have you filed a paternity action, or has there been an action against you for paternity or support? Those documents would be useful.
I agree with Mr. Biddle, and you really should seek the assistance of counsel.
One factor not mentioned is domestic violence. If there has been domestic violence then it is possible the judge would order only supervised parenting time. This is not to suggest you alledge domestic violence if it has not occurred, simply that it could be a factor.
According to the Ariozona Judicial Branch self-service center there is a packet available for minors ages 16 - 18, who meet certain criteria, to apply for a court order emancipating them.
The rules are very specific, so look to those froms to see if you qualify. The self-service center at the Superior Court in Kingman should have these forms, and instructions on where and how to file.