I currently live in another state than my child's father. I am finishing up my Master's degree and am looking for jobs. There aren't many jobs in my area or in the PNW for entry level positions and I keep on getting letters from prospects with re...
As the custodial parent you are given the upper hand, yet the relocation statute is intricate and it us not a dlam dunk. In your favor is that you already have a long distance PP. Have you tried your dispute resolution process outlined in you FPP?See question
be a hearing in which one gets the chance to defend themselves or can a Judge just write an order and email it to parties saying you are vexatious because of this, this and this?
I would consult with an attorney who can review the order and pri efural history of your case. Most family law attorneys offer free consultations.See question
Kid hasn't talked to dad for 6 years although he was to have visits. She wouldn't do it. Mother took dad to court her senior year in highschool to get college money. Mother makes more money than dad and new wife put together. Mom and daughter s...
The court found his child support obligation extended through post secondary support. If the father has some opportunity to have the decision revisited, he should see an experienced family law attorney immediately.See question
My issue is divorce paper is in process at Oregon court but my husband file for temporary custody of our daughter but me and my daughter stays in Washington. So he came with the affidavit stating that that the court order temporary custody for my ...
You need to immediately find an attorney licensed in OR. Do not wait.See question
He sent me an email a couple of days ago stating they were moving, and to help figure out the new schedule. It will severely impact my scheduled visits. I have almost every weekend starting on Thursdays through Sundays. If he moves with the kid...
It is not kidnapping but it is a violation of your parenting plan. He did not follow the rules under our relocation statute. I would try to meet with an attorney experienced in relocations.See question
In the divorce decree, it says my wife is entitled to half of my pension. I have no memory of my wife getting any of my pension, or a payout from this pension, at the time of my divorce when I was working. I'm about to retire next year. Next ye...
If it is in the decree she is entitled to it. For her to access it there needs to be a qualified domestic relations order that directs the pension to pay her.See question
Is my wife entitled to what I put into the 401K, what my employer put in, or both?
She has a community interest in 1/2 of the accumulation from date of marriage.See question
Married 47 years. Family home. I need to protect myself. What options do I have if I do not agree to sell?
I agree with Mr. Nelsen. An attorney should review with you all your property, debts and assets, income, etc. It all is included and relevant to final property distribution. This forum is not conducive to giving direct advise.See question
I filed a motion in a dissolution in king county superior court wa, to change previously entered temp orders. court is scheduled next Tuesday at 9am. my ex's attorney just served me with his response at 11:47 am Wednesday (today) am I understandin...
It seems timely, in King County the response is due noon four days prior to the hearing which would be Wed at noon.See question
4.2 Major decisions says 'joint'
No, it does not. The time allotted each parent designates who is the primary parent. Usually the primary parent is then designated as the custodial parent but that clause does not have much bearing on the reality of parenting plans. Joint decision making means just that, the parties have equal say in major decisions regarding the child and if in conflict that cannot be resolved often the dispute resolution clause is invoked to settle the issue.See question