We did not complete the quit claim when he refinanced 10 months ago solely in his name, although he is in the process of getting an attorney to do so. He doesn't want me on the property even to pick up our 2 kids. We have 50/50 joint physica...
It sounds like this is controlled by a divorce judgment. If so you need to read the divorce decree to answer the question.See question
Hello, and thank you in advance for your answers here. I have to take my ex back to court because he stopped paying child support months ago, but he will not tell me where he lives now. I have his cell and he refuses to give his address. He has...
You can file a motion for alternative service to have a constable serve him by text, email, or social media.See question
Children were in custody of dcf my daughter just got back and has to do drug tests randomly now they want me (grandmother)to do drug test because i watch them y she goes to work
Yes, Dcf can make anybody that is around the child take drug tests. This is an alternative to banning the person from being around the child.See question
Officer is under investigation for criminal acts in 2010. investigated for Misconduct ! And also falsified Reports amongst other things . In 2011 i get arrested from the passengers seat by the same officer and charged with oui . At my trial the o...
This could be grounds for a new trial. If your lawyer didn't know about the officer"s history then you could argue that the prosecutor failed to provide exculpatory information. You should consult an experienced lawyer.See question
My divorce petition was approved January 13, and we had agreed on everything so the divorce was fast and no one explained to me how I am supposed to make the monthly payments. Do I just pay her through my bank and keep all records?
Massachusetts courts don't collect support payments. Department of Revenue only collects child support. You have to pay her directly. I recommend that you use your bank's bill pay option to send the payments. Sometimes these payments can be made by direct deposit from your bank to hers. Otherwise the bank can mail checks directly for you.See question
On Dec. 30, 2016 my husband got arressted. I was the one who called because my husband slapped me while under the influence, and this hasn't happened in over 4 years. Some things just got out of control in the end. Now i don't have a restraining o...
You have a marital privilege to refuse to testify. You can't refuse to appear in Court. The best thing for you to do is to hire a lawyer to protect you.See question
my fiance is in prison and we both meaning me and him will like for him to be there for the birth of his child. I just want to know if he will be allowed a pass to be there.
Depending on a number of factors including the nature of the crime it is possible. Massachusetts does allow the temporary release of inmates for a number of reasons.See question
I got marry in MA, then I did a divorce in the Dominican Republic in 2012... now I married in the USA 4 months ago and now I found out that MA don't recognize my divorce so I started I new divorce here in MA with my ex. Still my marriage valid fo...
Immigration thinks you have committed the crime of bigamy because you have two marriages at the same time. They consider this a crime of moral turpitude and makes you subject to deportation. You may be able to have Massachusetts recognize the fireign divorce. If not, you need to dovorce the first spouse in Massachusetts.See question
I moved home after separating from my son's mother 6 months ago, we were never married. The current child support calculation does not include rent/mortgage payments or other living expenses, as I am not making any payments to my parents. I intend...
Since child support calculations are based on income and a few specified expenses (rent is not one of them) then increasing your expenses by paying rent won't allow for a decrease in child support. However, you should look at the child support worksheet from when your child support order was created. It is possible that the court increased your income as you were not paying rent. In some cases, free rent or living without paying rent can be treated as imputed income or an increase to your income. The theory is that since you are not paying a usual expense that your ability to pay child support has increase. If the court made the order of child support based on imputed income then you should be able to get a reduction.See question
I am in MA. My xhusband owes back child support. There was a judgment stating he had to pay $765 by 11/20. I have not filed coNtempt complaint yet. Can I withhold papers for him to claim our son for taxes?
You should read the separation agreement or judgment that created the obligation for you to sign the tax document. Sometimes the obligation is contingent on the child support payments being current on Dec 31. If that is the case you should not sign the forms. If you don't have language of this nature, then you have to sign the forms as you must obey the terms of the judgment. You would have a remedy of filing a contempt against your ex.See question