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My son told a lie to his dad to break up me and my bf. His dad went to court and got a RO for himself and the kids on my bf because of this lie. I have custody of the kids but it's 50/50legal. Can I get the Ro off.
I agree with the prior answer. Make sure you and your boyfriend appear at the 10 day extension hearing to contest the validity of Dad's allegations.See question
My ex had her boyfriend give it to my daugher thats 13
A summons must be served by someone over 18 and who is a non-interested person in the matter. Your 13 year old daughter was not appropriate.See question
I am in the middle of a divorce. I want to rent a dumpster to through out a lot of junk that is in and around the home. No property that belongs to my ex will be thrown out. Am I opening myself up for anything by having the dumpster? Can he make a...
If you are in the middle of a divorce then I would refrain from throwing away any property because all property is deemed marital property. When a divorce is filed, an automatic financial restraining order goes in place, which prohibits either party from transferring, throwing away, giving away or encumbering marital assets. If you want to to throw things away, you should only do so with your spouse's written permission.See question
I am over a year into a divorce that has been horrible which is to put it nicely. Due to my spouse obtaining a new harassment order based on false allegations after her restraining order was denied to be renewed, my divorce attorney now has stated...
First, your attorney is going to have to file a motion to withdraw with the court. If you object to your attorney's withdrawal you can go to the hearing on that motion and explain to the Judge why you believe it is unfair for your lawyer to withdraw. Secondly, if you are still 90 days out from trial, you may be able to find replacement counsel in time. If you want to be represented, and your attorney is withdrawing, then you should be proactive about seeking a new attorney. Given your current attorney's familiarity with what is going on, it may be worthwhile to set up a meeting with your attorney and see if there is a way for you to salvage your relationship and work w/ him/her through whatever issues exist.See question
If a wife moves out of home, and another woman takes her place, but unmarried, is the wife entitled to any benefits?
Even if your Wife moves out she still has a right to her equitable share of the marital assets and potentially support.See question
I only want to contest against him getting custody
The purpose of this hearing is for the Judge to check in on the case and assign some deadlines. You should consult with an attorney about correctly answering the complaint and possibly filing a counterclaim. If you need the court to issue an order on a particular issue then you need to file a motion and mark it up for a hearing.See question
I know depends on wat I want like custody but it's confusing to fill out
Most of the probate and family courts have a volunteer lawyer of the day who could help you with this. Call the court in the county you're in and find out what days/hours the lawyer of the day is in. If you have the funds, you may also want to retain an attorney to help you with the paperwork so that its done correctly.See question
I know there are a lot of places that could help a start up company to prepare business plan. But, how can we do it in the most (cost) effective and efficient way? Can we find any volunteers to do that for us? What kind of expert do we need, an a...
The first place I would start if you are on a budget is one of the small business development centers through the SBA. https://www.sba.gov/tools/local-assistance/sbdc They offer free mentors who can help you in drafting a business plan. It is always a good idea to speak with a CPA and attorney who will advise you on the tax and legal ramifications of your proposed business. Good luck!See question
For the past year and a half Myself and my girlfriend have notified our landlord the problems within the apartment caused by the previous tenants. The problems include no smoke alarms, stains in the living ceiling from when the radiator was turn...
I would definitely urge you to call your local board of health and have them come out and do an inspection. If there are things int he apartment that are not up to code or law, the board of health will order the landlord to make the repairs in a designated time frame. Good Luck!See question
My daughter left her finance and they had 2 children together now 5 and 7. He pretty much is deadbeat, 6 jobs in that time. Kenosha a live_in girlfriend with 2 older daughter's. He doesn't work but she does and she has Tuesday's everything I can d...
As the prior answers indicated, this would be something that your daughter has the ultimate say. Unfortunately as a grandparent, you do not have any right to make such a decision. If your daughter denies you time with your grandchildren, and you have had a significant relationship with them, you can petition the court for grandparent visitation.See question