I have an ACD agreement with ACS via Family Court. Am i violating that agreement and what is a possible outcome(s)? I have criminal charges pending already and most involve contempt regarding violating an order of protection.
If a term of the agreement is that you do the supervised visits (presumably it is), then yes, you're violating the agreement. The most likely outcome by you not going is that your visits will be suspended. Schedule a consult with a Bronx family Law attorney for more info.See question
I would like to remarry
When you say you "signed divorce papers" - does that mean you signed the Plaintiff's & Defendant's affidavits? Did your wife submit the judgment package to the Court? If so, you could give a process server authorization to check the court records to see if the Judgement's been signed. Call a Bronx Uncontested Divorce attorney for more info.See question
My husband and I have done terrible things to each other because we were hurt. He now says that because he has proof, i.e. Pictures and a story from the 3rd party, that he will use this against me so that I won't get a dime from him(in his words )...
It's rare that adultery will have any impact on either the amount or duration of alimony (i.e., maintenance). It is certainly not a specific factor the Court considers on the issue. And while the court may consider it under the catch-all "and such other factor as the Court deems appropriate," you could bring up the terrible things he's done to you as justification for your adultery. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Divorce attorney for a full assessment.See question
There is an active support order in nys. My ex received a large workers comp settlement in Sept and as a result support payments gave ceased and bc he wasn't in arrears at that time has there wasn't any garnishment to the settlement. He has a busi...
You cannot have his bank account "garnished" because a garnishment refers to an execution on income. Funds in a bank account could be seized - but first you'd need to file a violation case & obtain a money judgment. I wouldn't know what the "lack of notification to SSA" issue - that would best be addressed to an attorney handling SSA matters. Finally, if he draws income from the business, that income could be garnished. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Support attorney for a full assessment.See question
My cousin agreed to take my child and she was given the run around from ACS. They made her take classes and even certified her as a caretaker through one of their foster care agencies. We another next month after Christmas. In the meantime, my chi...
It's hard to say form this whether you have the basis for a lawsuit. Your cousin always had the option of filing for custody, so the question would become why s/he did not. And it doesn't seem, from what you've said, that the child being in the Hospital is somehow ACS' fault. Nevertheless, youre best advised to have a consult with a Bronx Child Abuse defense attorney.See question
i do believe that the support magistrate is being totally biased towards me because he refuses to remove arrears that are accumulated when i go to court to petition, and when we actually go to court, usually 90 days. for example ; i filed for a su...
You generally cannot change Magistrates. Your remedy if you disagree with any given order is to file an Objection appeal. That said, it doesn't sound like the magistrate is biased against you, simply because, by statute, arrears cannot be vacated or modified. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Support attorney for a full assessment.See question
I'm trying to help a friend of mine but I need some advice and direction. So my girl friend has a baby brother he's about 8 or 9 and her mom died a couple years ago little boy was being raised by his father in Newark NJ in June 2016 he took the b...
If you wish to file in NY, you'd need to wait at least until after the child's been residing here for 6 months. You'd otherwise need to file a custody petition in NJ. That said, the father will need to be served with a court summons, so you may need to have a PI track him down. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.See question
Me and me ex used to have a visitation order that he petitioned for In court. He was getting my daughter every other weekend from Saturday morning till Sunday 4pm. He didnt show up to a follow up hearing and so the whole case was dismissed. I have...
I wouldn't necessarily advise to completely cut-off his acces, but you can unilaterally impose conditions (absent a court order). Thus, as an example, you can say that if he brings the child back more than 30 minutes late, his next visit is cancelled. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.See question
Is it a crime when the non-custodial parent does not forward mail to their ex-spouse and/or children? Suspect health information is going to their address rather than ours. We cannot change the address with the mailer/provider.
It's not necessarily a crime, but it's also something which can potentially be addressed by the post-judgment part and/or Family Court (if the issue has to do with child support). First try to get agreement from the other parent by writing a letter/e-mail. Schedule a consult with a White Plains Family Law attorney for a full assessment.See question
Im on disability for major depression and my husband committed adultery. I want to get a divorce but i will need help to live on my own.
Yes - the mere fact that you receive disability wouldn't disqualify you from receiving alimony (i.e., maintenance). The Court would otherwise look primarily at the disparity of income, along with a host of other factors. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Divorce attorney for a full assessment.See question