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My ex-husband has started to play mind games probably after my lawyer told his lawyer that we are going to file a motion for child support. My sun is 13 and he wrote an e-mail asking his father to go skiing with him on Sunday. His father usually t...
It is important to keep in mind that emails, texts and other forms of written communication can potentially be used as evidence in Court. It is up to the Judge to then decide how much weight such evidence will receive. As such, be mindful of what you commit to writing. Think before you hit send, and don't let emotions cloud your judgment.See question
She never uses her parenting time. I have a wife, so technically she's my son's stepmother. I'm leaving for one year and four months. I don't want to bring them down because the move is only temporary while I finish a degree program. Does my s...
Yes, as the biological parent of your son, she has an absolute right to file the motion and the Court may very well defer to her if it is a choice between her and your wife in terms of custody. However, the Court always has the ability to consider the totality of the circumstances and the child's best interests in rendering a decision.See question
I WANT A DIVORCE AND HUSBAND HAS MADE MANY VERBAL THREATS. WANT TO PROTECT ME AND MY CHILDREN
If you feel that there is an imminent threat to your safety or the safety of your children, you may want to consider filing for a restraining Order. If you want a divorce, you should go ahead and file. As part of the divorce you can address a custody/parenting time schedule for your children.See question
I understand these things take time. With that said, there has been no preparation, no proactive , strategic or preemptive strikes, everything here has been very laid and we respond to issues as they come. Im clueless and to make it worse if i don...
You always have the right to hire new counsel and should do so if you believe that your current lawyer is not being responsive to your needs. Divorces do take time, and you need to weigh proactiveness with the economic benefits of same. However, your lawyer should at a minimum, be cognizant of your goals and should provide you an explanation of his or her strategy in the case. You may want to meet with your lawyer to explain your frustration, but if things don't change, you should not hesitate moving on.See question