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My wife is abusive. I've never told anyone, but a few weeks ago my wife came to my work and assaulted me. I tried to have crisis intervene earlier in the day but no luck. While I was sitting at the police station a call came in that my wife ca...
This is more of a criminal defense question. What will happen depends on many factors such as the exact charges, whether the prosecutor offers a plea deal, how seriously the victim was injured, your wife's prior record score, the offense gravity score, whether your wife seeks voluntary treatment, etc.See question
I'm planning on divorcing my wife. We've been separated since September 2015. Pre-nup inforce, no alimony, I believe she's entitled to $2000 per year of marriage?-married 2004. We have a 50-50 custody arrangement, unofficial. I reside in the hom...
There is no way you can obtain the information you need to proceed intelligently solely from general information from this website. Schedule an appointment with an experienced local divorce attorney such as myself to review your options and discuss the range of possible outcomes so that you can make informed decisions moving forward.See question
I never touched the girl but for some odd reason she's sending Dna Papers to my home and am trying to figure out why I didn't even have Intercourse with her at all what can I do
Ignore her and serve her with a cease and desist letter not to initiate contact with you or you'll try to press charges against her for harassment.See question
There's no custody in place for my soon to be 14 yr old, father was just added to birth certificate like a few years ago. I'm in Pennsylvania, I can't locate father last know location is Orlando florida, haven't heard from my son since Sept 2016 ...
Since there is no custody order and your son has lived outside of Pennsylvania for so long, Pennsylvania no longer has jurisdiction as it has not been your son's "home state" for the past six months. You need to start a custody action in the state where your son resides so your initial focus must be on locating him. Has he ever filed for child support? If not, you may need to save money to invest in hiring a private investigator to try to locate him. Alteratively, contact law enforcement to try to convince them to file criminal charges against him for wrongful concealment, kidnapping, or a similar criminal offense.See question
My father had an heart attack and his heart stopped for 6 min. He's not quite right mentally. Now that his wife found out she is trying to move back to PA saying she is his POA due to them still being married.
She does have not POA unless he signed one before he had mental issues. However, if you need someone to have guardianship of his affairs you should file something with the court so that she cannot take over his assets simply because they are marital.See question
We went to the notary and got the acceptance of service notarized now what's the next step
File the complaint, file the acceptance of service, wait 90 days, sign and file affidavits of consent and waivers of notice of intention, file a praecipe to transmit record with a proposed divorce decree and submit any other finalizing documents required by the county in which you filed.See question
I have a messy support situation. The other party is still trying to collect a large sum off of me from my prior income. I lost my job and have a very limited income now. Her attorney requests my last year's tax returns also which I haven't done y...
It is unclear what your actual question is. It certainly appears you should bring counsel to your next support proceeding.See question
I'm going to get checked soon, hopefully it isn't but if I do die I worry that my child will be left in my ex's care. I left him shortly after I gave birth due to his criminal activities. He now has two felonies on his record, one of them drug sel...
Even though your ex may not agree to consent to give up his rights, you may have enough to terminate your ex's parental rights involuntarily so that your husband may adopt your child. You should schedule an appointment to discuss the specific facts of your case.See question
I currently reside in Pennsylvania and have a pretrial conference scheduled in May for an upcoming custody hearing. As of right now I do not have an attorney but am in the process of retaining one, however, the court is requiring that I file a pre...
There is no form, but Rule 1915.4-4 lists what must be included in it. Specifically, 1515.4-4(b)(1)-(3).
We have been separated for several years and own significant joint property, but are not divorced at this point. The other party (for lack of a better term) recently rewrote their will with our children as the sole beneficiaries of all their asset...
It depends how the assets are owned and whether "grounds" for divorce have been established. If a divorce complaint has been filed and served and grounds have been established, then you ca pursue your share of the marital estate regardless of how the assets are titled. If grounds have not been established, then neither the deceased party's estate nor you have any marital claims and any jointly titled assets will automatically go to you and assets titled solely to the deceased person will go to whoever they designated in the new will.See question