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Her dads new girlfriend takes my daughter's cell phone away and doesn't allow her to call me. She does not want to visit this week but her dad says she has no choice. She's very upset over this and feels he is forcing her to go. She does not enjo...
If your court order established a clear visitation schedule and you do not comply with the order, you do run the risk of being found in contempt. I advise most parents to actively communicate with the other parent about parenting issues and concerns - and attempt to resolve the issues before involving the court.See question
I have been looking for apartments and for a job. But I need help.
If you are at least 16 years old and you want to make decisions on your own (not be under parental control) a Petition For Emancipation must be filed at a district court that's local to where your parent(s) live- I'm assuming at least one parent lives in Maine. To start that process, go to the district court and ask for a "Request For Counsel" form and fill it out there. After you file it, a free lawyer may be appointed to help you fill out the rest of the paperwork and to represent you throughout the emancipation process.See question
Withholding order sent in August of 2014. Employer ignored it. Verification sent in October 2014. Employer verified employment December 2014 which triggered another wage withholding order to be sent. As of TODAY nothing has been sent. Can I ...
Employers who have been lawfully served with a valid withholding order has a legal obligation to comply with the terms of the withholding order. Failure to comply with the order absolutely could result in an enforcement suit for Failure To Honor.See question
I want my child's father to pay half of childcare but my mom babysits because I work third shift. He will not babysit and neither will his family. My mom works as well and this is a lot of stress on her so I give her cash. We have a child support ...
A court will require some evidence of the child care costs that you pay. That evidence may be through your testimony, your mother's testimony, receipts, or bank statements, etc.See question
Is that considered illegal ?
In Maine, you do not need to prove his adultery to get a divorce. Instead, the divorce can be granted after testimony is offered to establish that the marriage has irretrievably broken down.See question