My ex husband and I went to court last year when he filed for full custody. He did not get it but I agreed to give him 50/50. Shortly after that he received a dui and hid it from me. He has not yet been sentenced because his lawyer is postponing i...
I agree with Attorney Axinn that additional information is needed in order to answer your question. Typically, it is difficult to disrupt a shared arrangement, so you need to speak to an experienced family law attorney to discuss whether you should Petition the court for a modification.See question
We are currently separated almost going on two years I am currently looking in to starting a business is my wife entitled to any of it
Generally, the answer is no, but you should speak to an experienced family law attorney before you start your business to make sure that there aren't other issues that you should take into consideration.See question
my custody says when I have 2 days off in a row I get my son. there might be a chance he is in head start he tells me he goes to school I have 2 days coming up Monday and Tuesday I'm off so I should get him. my custody was done when he was 2 it sa...
If you have an attorney, you should consider contacting him/her to ask this question because your attorney will be able to interpret the Order for you. If you don't have an attorney and you are not permitted to speak to the other parent, you may need to retain an experienced family law attorney to file a Petition to clarify or modify the order that you have.See question
We have joint custody of our 3 year old son. We currently live 15 minutes from each other and our son is exchanged at daycare. We have been apart for 6 months and I willingly agreed to joint custody. He is in the process of buying a house that is ...
The burden is on your ex to seek a change in the order. He must file a Notice of Relocation at least 60 days before he moves and you must object within 30 days. There are very specific time deadlines involved, so you need to meet with an experienced family law attorney right away.See question
We got a custody order that states shared physical and legal custody. He states that he called and canceled our sons state health insurance which I had but won't give me new insurance card? He is also with holding babysitters information from me, ...
If the child's father is not complying with the court order, you should speak with an experienced family law attorney to determine whether you should file a Petition for Contempt of the Order. Show the attorney your court order and any other information that you can obtain to prove that he is not following the order and he/she will be able to advise you further.See question
These pictures were used in a child custody hearing.
Absolutely not. Entering someone else's home without their permission is illegal.See question
there is a no contact restraining order between me and my ex she has emailed me over 800 times in the last two days demanding I call her making threats towards me and my family made false reports to the police about my sister,father,brother,and co...
Your question is unclear as to what you mean by a no contact restraining order, but you should contact the police immediately and show them the messages so that the appropriate action can be taken to stop this behavior. If you have a PFA, your ex should be arrested. Otherwise, the police can file harassment charges.See question
He said if I go after any of "his money" he will file for bankruptcy. He told me to give his things away also.
Typically, the spouse occupying the residence is responsible to pay the mortgage. However, you may be entitled to support to assist you with this expense. I would suggest that you meet with an experienced family law lawyer to discuss this matter in greater detail.See question
I have had visitation for the last 5 years and now due to a conflict of opinion and custody battle against my son I am limited to doing the things my grandson and I like to do.
There are specific requirements under the Grandparents Act that must be met in order for you to file a custody action. I would suggest that you meet with an experienced family law attorney who practices in your county to review your case and to determine whether you can proceed.See question
Wife makes about 95,000/year husband makes about 30,000/year. Husband is depended on wives income for his lifestyle. Husband is 55 years old wife is 53. Husband can't retire until 62.
I will assume that you are referring to alimony. Yes, the divorce code provides for the payment of alimony after the divorce and financial issues are resolved. However, there are other factors that are taken into consideration in determining whether alimony should be awarded. In most counties, alimony is rare if there are assets or there is cash available to be transferred to the spouse that earns less money. You should speak with an experienced family law attorney to discuss your case.See question