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Keith Anthony Dias

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  • I received a notice about individual parent petition from my ex

    2 kid a 10 day's to respond and I don't understand what they mean. Never married

    Keith’s Answer

    The 10 days to respond is letter the clerk send to tell you to come to the court and pick up the papers filed against you. If you don't pick them up a sheriff will serve them to you.

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  • Will being unemployed significantly effect my case for primary custody?

    i have 50/50 custody of my child with the child attending my school district. I feel like I need to go back to court to fight for primary custody because my child is late to school constantly! Almost every week and the other parent is only respons...

    Keith’s Answer

    Being unemployed should not negatively impact your parenting time. If you have a true 50/50 parenting plan, you can petition the court to modify the residential responsibility if it is not working for you. It may also affect child support depending on how it was calculated in the first instance.

    You should consult with an attorney.

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  • Why am I required to pay child support when the ex-wife is now remarried.

    Hi, My name is Eric and I live in NH. I have been divorced since 2006 and have been paying child support for two kids. ( as outlined in our divorce decree) In 2010 I became exempt from paying for both children as one of them became 18 and graduat...

    Keith’s Answer

    The guidelines do not take your ex's new marriage into account. There are some statutory reasons you may request a deviation from the guidelines. You should contact an attorney to see if any of them fit your specific circumstances.

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  • Do I have any rights? What else am I able to do?

    My ex has sole custody and isn't willing to work with me so I can see my children. He's always threatening me that he will hold me in contempt of court if I don't go along with whatever he says. He also says I have no say in anything when it comes...

    Keith’s Answer

    You should have your current orders reviewed by a local attorney. Most offer a free consultation. Sole decision making is very unusual in NH. The facts of your case are very importatn to determine if a modification may be in order.

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  • My narcissistic husband just filed for divorce. I am disabled. I need lawyer that is familiar with this disorder.

    We are age 59 . Married 39 years. Own 3 homes. he has $215k in IRA"S and 401K. $45K in toys. He made 107K last year. I am disabled for 10 years and I made 16K including SSDI. A website finally said I need to find a lawyer that is familiar with an...

    Keith’s Answer

    Dealing with this type of disorder is challenging but not impossible to deal with. You need to ask quickly and decisively. Get representation as soon s you are able.

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  • If 9 year old told therapist about a sexual encounter with another 9 year old, what type of lawyer do I need to deal with dyfs?

    Do family law lawyers deal with this type of situation or is there a more specific lawyer who helps when dealing with dyfs/therapsist reporting.

    Keith’s Answer

    Most Family law attorneys handle DCYF type cases.

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  • My husband wants a divorce now after 39yrs. I became totally disabled 9 years ago. What's my first step ASAP

    We owned 2 homes. I bought and maintan the second summer home I loaned him my inheritance of $156,000 to pay off our home with a repayment plan in place for 96 months. vs 14 years. That payment plan lasted 7 months. I have proof. He stopped and ...

    Keith’s Answer

    You need to consult an attorney ASAP

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  • My sons grandmother has guardian ship of him, but I take full care of my son in every manner. Can I take my son and leave?

    I pay for everything, I care for him day and night. If I leave him behind hell be in the house hold with his active using father! I just think its unfit for him and best he comes with me.

    Keith’s Answer

    You should consult with an attorney to find out about terminating the guardianship through a Petition in the Court the guardianship was established.

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  • Custody of children

    Hi, i live in NH my spouse and i are getting divorce soon, but there's a problem that the kids don't want to live with their mother because of her drinking problems, they are 17 and 15 years old. what are my chances for me as father to win this ...

    Keith’s Answer

    You need to speak with an attorney about this matter. I'm assuming your spouse isn't going to agree with the kids living with you primarily. You may need a guardian ad litem involved.

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  • I need a divorce attorney ASAP

    Divorce

    Keith’s Answer

    The Bar Association Could also help with a referral

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