I think the type of lawyer who you need to answer this question should be the lawyer in the State where the paperwork is already filed. If she is your ex, then my question would be: "where is the divorce decree located?" If in Michigan, then Michigan law would seem to apply to the issues of custody, relocation, child support modification, and the like.
You must seek civil and criminal remedies. Civil - seek to lodge the order in Washington State, in the County where the primary parent lives, then file for contempt of the visitation order. Civil - you can also then establish return of the child through a Writ of Habeaus Corpus. Criminal - in Washington, that is custodial interference and across state lines implicates federal laws. I would call the law enforcement agency in the jurisdiction where child is and where parent is, if different.
This is difficult. I think the easy answer is "yes," he is still obligated to pay child support for all 3 until and unless the Order of Child Support can be modified or terminated.
Regarding the 18 year old, can he prove who the real father is? If so, I still think he can't bring any civil action. The court is normally not going to relieve an obligor/payor of child support unless there is a substitute obligor/payor to take over, and it is doubtful that you can go backwards. If the...
If you are in Washington, then you have to skillfully work your way through a mine field of laws, including paternity deadlines, de-facto parent, psychological parent, and new laws about the passage of time. There are times where a GAL (guardian ad litem) suggests establishing parentage of biological father is not in the child's best interests and/or establishing visitation rights is not in the child's best interests. Your husband (either de-facto parent or psychological parent) could have a...
Under ERISA, you will need to obtain a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (aka "QDRO"). Call his employer and ask for a sample form. You can start collecting your percentage of the community portion of the pension when you reach retirement age.
The officer should ask the arrested parent if someone can come I over. Department of Social Services likely would not be involved unless the alleged crime related to abuse or neglect of a child, or was a heinous allegation.
I am sorry to hear about your situation. You should file a written complaint to HR about what is happening to you. Be professional and detailed with dates and times. You can also put in the letter, "I feel this is due to my age". My question as a lawyer to you would be: "What benefit is it to the company to get rid of you or others over 55?" Are you due some special benefits due to age or seniority or length of time with the company? Can they replace you (or do they intend to replace you)...