I was accused of something I didn't do
Child protective services has broad discretion to protect children and can prevent parents from having access to their children for periods of time. If you feel that you have been accused unfairly then you should consult with an attorney and share whatever evidence you have.See question
My ex is requesting a modification in our support order, I'm sure he feels he is paying too much. I'm all for the NCP paying their fair share and would never demand more then that, but on the flip side, my ex's support does not go any further then...
You should include all expenses on the financial disclosure form, and bring the actual children's expenses to the court's attention with regards to a fair amount for him to pay.See question
I am in a Domestic violence shelter for abuse other than (physical). my order of protection was overturned. and now my husband that is in the country illegally is asking for full custody in the divorce. is this possible? I am a U.S Citizen, he is ...
Full custody to a person here illegally is problematic because if that person is deported then there is a question of what will happen to the children. Having said that, a court will consider all factors of which parent is the most suitable to be granted custody.See question
He signed everything except the marital agreement because he don't want to pay alimony, but I have pictures of him in bad with the other woman whom he moved into an apartment, he's paying her bills and he won't even help me. We had a court date bu...
If he is not agreeing to the settlement, then it sounds like the case may be headed to trial. If that is the case, if you do not have an attorney then you should consult with one.See question
My spouse was arrested 10 years ago for attempted murder I'm wondering when he might come home
Many inmates come up for parole before the end of their sentence, and if they have been on good behavior in prison may be released on parole. You could check with the prison system to see when he might be eligible for parole.See question
I was married for eight years And had four kids with him and now that he's in prison I want to know if information could come out against me
I am sorry to hear about your situation. It depends on what kind of information.See question
I'm getting child support taking out of my pay check every week, but the mother of my child says she didn't get it what should i do?
If the payments are going through Child Support Enforcement then you should check with them. There is a delay from the time that the money is collected before it is provided to the person receiving support. That could possibly be what is happening.See question
Court orders say that we are not to discuss the matter or make disparaging comments about the other parties in front of the minor. Anything I need to ask or say to the other party, I always text it. I have every single text ever made since febuary...
It is uncelar what the other party said to you in front of the child so it is difficult to draw a conclusion. She should not be discussing details of the litigation in front of the child.See question
What R the mothers rights? I have had custody of my son for 10 yrs no listed father his dad has never really been around until last year.... I allowed my now 13 yr old son to move in w his father in may 2016 ... What R my rights as his mother for ...
If you would like legal visitation rights then you should file for visitation. Without a court order, there is nothing that would be legally enforceable if the father denied you visitation. if you and the father can work together then you may not need a court order.See question
I'm married to an active duty Solider. My ex is the father of my oldest child. Currently my ex and I Have a peaceful parenting arraignment in place. However. My husband and I had been talking and we both think joining the reserves would benefit ou...
There is a prohibition on a first term enlistee having primary custody of a child as a single parent, however it may well be permissible to join given that you are married. Because you are married to a military member then you would need to have a family care plan setting forth who would care for the children if you were both deployed. You should check with your local military recruiter.See question