His son was getting in a lot of trouble and failing all his classes in MO with his mom. (10 yrs old w/ theft, violence, behavior problems) Since we are in GA we explained we would take him but she had to give some rights on paper to my Fiancé so w...
I would have to look at the paperwork before I can advise further. If you son has not been physically present in this state for more than 6 months, your fight will to take place in MO. Even if 6 months have not passed, you still may have to go there. Please consult with an attorney immediately.See question
I have 3 teenagers and there is a current visitation order that mandates visits twice a month, however my children would like to only go once a month.
Custody/parenting time is based on the best interest of the children. Although children can elect to reside/visit with one parent once they reach the age of 14, their decision must still meet what the courts deem to be in their best interest. You should discuss your case in detail with an attorney to better understand the odds of the court granting their wishes.See question
I had sole legal and physical custody for 5 years. Unfortunately my teenager saw an altercation between my ex & myself. I was arrested june 4th 2016 with a strict no contact order between my ex & sadly my daughter. Ex-the primary victim-teen wit...
If you have an attorney, this question should be answered by him or her. Briefly stating, the trial will proceed with our without his participation.See question
My sister want her kids father out but he wont leave Theo bot drink dailey which doesnt help the kids seeing physical and emotional abuse between the parents and marijuana my be involved
It is possible. Custody will be based on the totality of the circumstances. This would be a very complicated custody matter. You; your sister; and the children will all need attorneys to see it through.See question
My estranged wife disappeared from Florida 6 months ago with our daughters without notice or consent, she's completely cut of communication between the children and myself. I don't know if our children are ok or alive, all I know is that they are ...
Once you find them, you will need to file the divorce action against her in the County and state where she is, since she has been out of Florida for more than 6 months. Through the divorce action, you will be able to request the Court to determine custody/parenting time. You should also consult with an attorney in Florida since the laws of both states differ. Florida may have a difference jurisdiction statute that may allow you to file in that state. Consult with attorney's from both state and make the decision. Either way, you will have to get her served. Consult with an attorney to discuss option on how to make that happen, including, service by publication.See question
I had to leave Virginia because of an abusive relationship there is a court date on September 28th .of this year to give her father custody of my daughter . I left and will not be going back to go to court. Will they come up here and take my...
It is possible. Court will proceed with or without your participation. The court will base its ruling on the information that is presented at trial. If you are not there to contest whatever the father is going to say, the court will not have a choice be to make its ruling based solely on the information he presents. You need to go to court. You need an attorney.See question
My ex has kept my kids from me, also says I've never paid child support when was taken out of my check. The mother in law & kids have told me, the kids mom does Not have custody of the kids nor do they live with her and they don't get my money, t...
There are several ways to prove where your children are actually residing. Through the process of discovery, you can actually request that she provide the proof that you need, including, school records; proof of the mother's residence... You can also call witnesses. However, all of this has nothing to do with the pressing child support matter at hand. You should consult with an attorney to discuss your options.See question
I can provide her with a stable home. My husband and I both are on social security. We don't have a lot of money. But we get by just fine. She has lived with us since she came home from hospital.
As the only legally recognized parent, your daughter can agree to the guardianship or adoption. If he has legitimated, or was married to the father, she can still proceed, only it would be a contested matter. Either way, you will need the assistance of a family law attorney to make sure all procedures are followed.See question
My soon to be ex is not listed on the title / deed to the property. We have filed in the courts and now are waiting our 31 day waiting period until we can call and have our papers given to the judge.
No. You cannot sell the property while the divorce is pending unless the two of you agree or the sale is ordered by the Court, which is unlikely. At trial, the court or parties will have to determine what is marital property subject to equitable distribution. Many factors will be considered when making that determination, such as, was the gift very specifically given to you or was it intended to be a gift to both of you. Even if it was a specific gift to you, did the property increase in value and is that increase in value marital property subject to distribution. This is actually a more complicated question than it seems. You really need to consult with an attorney to have this question carefully considered and answered.See question
I am currently living in USA since 10 years but I was married in India . My wife works here on when I got married. Its been an year but we fight most of the time almost every 2 days. She never agrees with me. I thought may be she will change but ...
Yes. You can get a divorce here in this country. It takes two to get married, but one to get divorce. Even if she tries to fight it, eventually, the divorce will be finalized. Whenever you are ready to start the process, please consult a family law attorney.See question