My husband and I are separated due to sexual child abuse charges with our 3 children. The sexual abuse court case has been repeatedly rescheduled for over 2 years due to his lawyer being in court to represent the lieutenant gov of Texas. Our divor...
Go to the courthouse. Doesn't matter which one, pick a county. Here in Wake County you would go to the Clerk of Court's office. Ask one of the nice clerks to check the vital records database to see if your man has in fact been legally married to this woman. If not, there you go. If he has, then if the two of you were and still are legally married, voila! Bigamy.See question
I'm being falsely accused of sending unnecessary messages and calls to a doctor my phone was stolen so someone impersonated me to get me in trouble so I have been discharged as a patient and I would like appeal this matter
There is no one to which to appeal this matter. There is no requirement on the doctor to retain you as a patient, nor is the doctor going to spend the time allowing you to explain, prove, or disprove, what happened. Your best bet is to find a new doctor. Good luck to you.See question
I just found out that my Judge ordered PSS, has made my temp custody final and still have no clue about legal fees. They were all heard on the same day yet child support was not issued, pss was granted after 1 year of me leaving my house with chil...
I agree with the previous answer and would add that if you have a question please ask it. Most attorneys on this site are quite happy to assist, but we must have an actual question. As for PSS, it would seem you are trying to state that your paperwork tells you that it is in place for up to a year or until an order for alimony is entered. That is generally correct. If you are receiving PSS, great. If your issue is child support, please proceed to file for support through child support court. Otherwise, please ask a specific question.See question
Landlord filed an appeal but I don't know what the appeal is for and I got a letter saying I have to show up for calendar ... I really don't understand it
In my experience it is rare for landlords to lose summary ejectment cases, but for some reason that happened in your case. Your landlord was unhappy with the magistrate's decision and appealed. In small claims actions one has the right of appeal to district court for a hearing de novo, meaning that you start from scratch and hear the case before a district court judge as if the case has never been heard/tried before. I do not believe there is a right to a jury trial in these cases.
I do not know how calendar call works in Guilford County, so it may simply be to set the trial schedule for the week, meaning that at calendar call you will be given the exact date and time of your trial, or you may have calendar call to find out what time your trial will be that day. Either way, you need to be there.See question
Her Husbands attorney contacted my wife and read the emails to her. Can I sue this attorney for slander, and can I report her to the North Carolina Bar Association
You do not state in what manner the attorney has slandered you, nor have you stated any other conduct by the attorney that would warrant a report to the State Bar. I believe it would be in your best interest to not email your ex-wife anymore. You are clearly aware that she is remarried, so, unless the two of you have children together, there is no valid reason for you to be contacting her. The fact that her husband contacted an attorney shows that he is considering legal action against you, such as a civil no contact order. You would do well to move on.See question
The other parent lives out of state from the family, and wants to get a divorce with alimony. They also want the children to be taken out of school for visitation, and help to pay for the vacations they have with the children. So can they get alim...
If you are asking whether these things are possible, the answer is yes. However, whether a judge would order these things depends on the details and facts of your case, which you have not provided. First, alimony is not related to child custody, meaning, just because one parent has custody of the children does not mean that the custodial parent would not have to pay alimony under the right circumstances. If the non-custodial parent is adjudged a dependent spouse, then that spouse may very well be entitled to alimony. As for taking the children out of school to fit a vacation schedule, I would generally say no, but if you are talking about one school day out of the year, then maybe. Again, everything depends on details. Consult with a family law attorney to get a better understanding of the possibilities.See question
My wife moved out almost 5 months ago ,now has said it over and I made the last 12years of her life hell. An as said I need to get her name off my truck b/c she is my cosigner as well as my own car insurance ,but do I have to do any of these or ...
I agree with the previous answer and would add that if child custody is important to you, then you should proceed with filing for custody rather than waiting for her to do it.See question
My wife asked me to marry her one month at a courthouse. We obtained a marriage license. Then four months later she asked if we could do it again (as a romantic gesture, because she read that people "collect marriage licenses from different stat...
Your situation is unclear at best. If your wife was still married when you married her you may be eligible for an annulment. However, you should have a family law attorney check all of the documentation to make sure what you believe is accurate. Good luck to you.See question
My ex-husband and I ended on bad terms: he left me for someone else. So, I don't want him involved in our daughter's life. I remarried quickly and want my daughter to grow up seeing my new husband as her father. My ex has been trying to exercis...
Your ex's emails with your attorney are in no way private, and he can, and should, use them to prove his interest in being a part of his child's life. Just because he left you for someone else does not mean he cannot be a good father to his child. What you are doing is called parental alienation and it is wrong, and you should stop. What you want is irrelevant. You need to put your child's interests in having her father in her life before your own interests.See question