Hi! I have childsupport case in Trenton NJ,my daugther just turn 21. I have no contact with her mom either her,she got upset when i gave her advise when she told me "she got married" at age of 18.She told me she could'nt go to a college because h...
I agree with Ms. Arroyo. In PR, if she got married when she was 18, you should had asked for the child support to end at that time. She became an adult when she got married. If your original child support from PR or NJ? If the original child support order comes from NJ, you need to ask these questions to an attorney license to practice in NJ. I am not license in NJ. My comments are only related to PR law. Good Luck.See question
My wife and I have been separated for 4 years. My wife and I are in the process of divorcing. We have two children, 15 and 16 who have lived with me for the last 4 years. They are both in a gifted school. The company I work for has restructured it...
I agree with Mr. McDonald. There are various factors that a court would evaluate in approving relocation. Retain counsel; these cases are, in many instances, more stressful and complicated than a divorce. She had time to think over your proposal and she rejected it. If you are serious of wanting to take your daughter with you, start the relocation process and hire an attorney. Good Luck.See question
I would like to serve a Request For Admissions upon the other party in my divorce. There is a history of him being abusive towards me and the children. His behavior largely stems from his own abusive childhood. Would it be within scope to ask the ...
I agree with Mr. Hoffman. He gave you the site where you can get the proper documentation. You can also read Rule 1.370 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure (Request for Admissions). Serve him with a Request for Admission and ask him to admit the facts. Do yourself a great favor and at least consult with a Family Attorney. Good luck.See question
My father is 80 years old & is becoming increasingly verbal & physically abusive. I'm worried about my mother.
First, you should talk to your father and explain the situation you are seeing. If that is not possible or if it did not worked, then contact the Departamento de la Familia and file a report; you can also call 911 and report it if is really a serious situation. Your mom can file for a restraining order (Ley 54). If you feel your parent is not competent, you can file for a guardianship. Also, you can take your mom to live with you. Good LuckSee question
Green card and citizenship
I agree with Mr. Polozola. If something turns up from the background check or if Immigration finds any clear indication of misrepresentation, fraud or crimes, the cancellation of the green card will come next. Consult with an immigration attorney, a lot is at stake. Good LuckSee question
kids are living with me for over 9 months mom ask court for a pick up order judge denies it, did a modification judge order that i just pay off the arrears. arrears are 10,000
I agree with Mr. Rinaldi. Information is missing and the information you have provided brings up issues that are more serious than who pays child support. In general terms, if you are the legal guarding of the children, you could be entitled to claim child support from the children's parents. Consult with an attorney.See question
citizen and resident of Florida, Lake county
It does not exist in Florida. Joint assets and liabilities will have to follow a case for partition of property.See question
My ex husband and I reached an agreement during mediation, 50/50 custody/ time sharing with both our children and neither one of us pay support to the other. But he hasn't been spending any time with our one year old, he's with me a 100% of the ti...
If there has been a final judgement, have an attorney review and if there have been substantial changes, file a petition to modify the parenting plan and child support. If there is no final judgment, file a motion to set aside the mediation agreement; and do it fast. Your best move right now it to meet with a family attorney as soon as possible to have your documents reviewed. Good luck.See question
I am a 100% disabled veteran, i also collect social security disability. My wife of 8 years gets social security disability and child support for her child from previous marriage. Looking for divorce information . I own the home solely, she i...
Your questions is missing a lot of information. If there was not prenuptial agreement, the fact that there was not joint cars or joint accounts does not make the property non-marital. Generally speaking, she is entitled to half of the assets and half of the liabilities. Invest in yourself and talk to a family lawyer as soon as possible. Good Luck.See question
My sister in-law 's will leaves her parents house to her husband. Her husband dies 6 months after. Is her husband sister now able to collect the rent from the parents house of her wife parents?
We need more information to be able to assist you. Where is the property located, in Puerto Rico? Is there a will?See question