The court order states: "During father's week of custody, mother shall have custody of the children Monday through Friday from 7:00 am until she transports them to school at 8:10am and then again from 3:00pm when mother transports the children fr...
It appears that he is violating the terms of the court order. Therefore, you can file a Petition for Contempt in order to enforce the order. However, it is best to should speak to an experienced family law attorney to discuss your options.See question
I had taken my ex for child support a few years ago. He had no job and was ordered to pay based on minimum wage settings as if he would if he actually had a job. He wasn't paying very much it was no help to my children and he wouldn't pay anything...
Yes, you can file a new complaint for child support even though you closed the previous case.See question
Getting divorced and she wants half of his pension
If your pension benefits were accumulated while you and your spouse were married and living together, your pension benefit are marital property available for distribution in your divorce. However, the percentage that she recieves will depend on a number of factors. Therefore, your question can only be answered by an attorney who is familiar with your case. I would suggest that you speak with an experienced family law attorney as soon as possible.See question
I live with my dad but I wanna live with my Mom please help me! I am a 13 year old girl and I live with my Dad but he doesn't understand that I need to talk to my mom but he won't ever let me talk to her and I wanna live with her.
Your mom needs to speak to an experienced family law lawyer. The lawyer will explain the process that she needs to follow in order to have a Hearing Officer or Judge speak to you.See question
My child's father and I split up recently and he decided to take a job where he leaves for 6 months at a time. I was wondering what my chances are on full custody or possibly a 75-25 custody situation for when he comes back. His family does take...
There really isn't enough information contained in your question to give you a more specific response. There are several factors that the court must consider and weigh in order to determine the type of schedule that would be in the child's best interest. I would suggest that you speak with an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
I filed a Petition for Special Relief (Custody) in Cambria County, PA. There is a custody order that has been in place since 2009 where we share 50/50 custody. The Petition is in response to domestic violence (between my ex and his girlfriend) t...
Yes, you are required to serve a copy of the Petition on the father's attorney if he/she is still counsel of record for him. If the attorney has withdrawn as his counsel, you are required to serve the father. Typically, a Certifficate of Service verifying that you served a copy on his attorney is attached to the Petition and a copy is served when you file the original document. However, you can send a copy to the attorney now and then file a Cerifidate of Service separately. You should hire an attorney, but it is going to be difficult to find someone who is available if you wait much longer since you already have a scheduled hearing date.See question
My estranged husband, who has delusions, mild mental retardaton, and slight paralysis in his hands and arms; is trying to get shared custody of our 2 daughters ages 6 and 20 months. I don't have a lawyer yet due to a misunderstanding and a referra...
If you explain the difficulties that you have had in your efforts to hire an attorney and you request a continuance, the Hearing Officer may be sympathetic and agree to reschedule the conference. If the other side objects, it will be up to the discretion of the Hearing Officer. I would suggest that you speak to the other attorney before the conference and that you ask if he/she would be willing to consent. You may have a better chance of getting the continuance of you handle it that way.See question
Spouse owns 3 cars and a bike that were purchased during our marriage.
Not having physical possession of the titles does not prevent you from receiving your marital interest in the value of the vehicles. You should speak with an experienced family law attorney for an explanation of your rights.See question
Ex husband was awarded house if he refinanced in his name only within 3mos. After 3mos he needed to contact a trustee and get house sold. It's been 2yrs and house is still in both our names. No trying to refinance or contact a trustee. He is late ...
If the terms that you outlined in your question are contained in a written Agreement, you can file a Petition for enforcement of the agreement. Typically, the Agreement also states that if one of the parties violates the terms of the Agreement, they are responsible to pay the other party's reasonable fees, including counsel fees. However, it is up to the Judge's discretion. Based upon my experience, however, counsel fees are rarely awarded in Somerset County. If he will not comply, there is little that you can do other than to retain an attorney and file a Petition.See question
I left my husband in February 2014. I filed for divorce in June of 2014. He received the divorce papers but never signed them. My attorney also sent him a letter of acceptance and he never responded to that.
Since you have an attorney, your questions should be answered by him/her. If your husband was never served with the Complaint, it must be reinstated because it must be served within 30 days of filing. This is a fairly easy process.See question