A neworn and mother allegedly testing positive for cannabis at birth. Mother voluntarily underwent a substance abuse evaluation. She agreed to submit to any treatment the evaluation/assessor recommended. This was only psycho-education with a thera...
You need to hire an attorney to protect your rights. I agree with the other comments. Some issues just require counsel and this is one of those issues. This can become very complicated for you if you do not speak with an attorney ASAP.See question
I got a divorced 4 months ago. My husband is supposed to stay with kids 30% of overnights. He has refused to stay with them overnights and only wants to see them during the day. I am going to file a Supplemental Petition to Modify Time-sharing a...
Child support (more) should be modified too. If he is not keeping the children overnight then you get more child support. It but s highly unlikely that he would prevail on a petition for more time when he is not utilizing what he has. You need an attorney to file this on your behalf. Too much s at stake to try to do this yourself.See question
He said he is going to file for custody in his county. Will the custody order in a paternity action supersede the injunction or does the injunction have authority over the paternity action
The injunction is in effect in all counties. It will be admissible in any hearings where he is trying to get more time sharing. When he files and you get served, get an attorney immediately... this is your future with your child we are talking about. Don't try to do this yourself. Too much is at stake... you need a professional taking care of you and your child.See question
My step-daughter has been living with her father and myself for 2 years now and still child support is being taken out of his check. We've asked the mother to have the case revised since the child isn't with her and she has yet to do. What's steps...
You need to contact a family attorney asap and have them file a petition for modification asap. The payments won't stop until you take steps, which is why the mother is doing nothing.See question
I have been paying child support for 17 years, and I am looking to start a new job, but I am not sure if I should because there is a possibility that the payment will increase. If the amount is increased, I would like to know by how much.
Do you have more than one child? If so, has the oldest child emancipated? In any event, child support is almost over. I would not refuse a good job offer just to avoid possibly paying a little more in child support, if that is even the case.See question
My soon to be ex husband has chosen to remove himself from our daughters life. We alreay took a DNA test a few years ago so no way to deny her. He says he wants to sign away his rights but I moved to a whole different state with no family no frien...
He has to pay child support whether he chooses to be involved or not. Contact an attorney immediately to get child support for your child.See question
Can my ex bring something that happened before we got divorced in front of the judge and use it against me? Or can I object to that as it happened before we got divorced? Please help! Thank you!
It depends on a lot of things. You need an attorney who knows the rules of evidence. Law is complicated. To protect your rights, please consider hiring a professional.See question
When my husband files his answer to my dissolution of marriage petition in FLORIDA, can he claim that the marriage is NOT irretrievably broken and ask the judge to send us to couples counseling or abate the matter to give us more time to reconcile?
Yes, but it won't matter. Only one party has to claim that the marriage is irretrievably broken for a dissolution of marriage to be granted.See question
I am going to remarry. and my future husband wants me to sign on prenuptial agreement. I am wondering it affect after husband dies. He said it won't be affted after his death.
It really depends how the pre-nuptial agreement is worded. Also, is there a Will? That is important to know as well. You must have an attorney protecting your interests when signing a pre-nuptial agreement. Someone who is experienced and educated to know what to look for in the document, to protect you.See question
I live here in Miami, Florida and my ex girlfriend and I signed a parental settlement agreement that gave me joint custody of my daughter back in February 2012. We decided to work things out and got back together in 2015 however after a few months...
If Florida has jurisdiction over the child issues, you need to file in Florida immediately to enforce your rights as a parent. As for the judge transferring, that is up to both judges. (they usually converse with each other when there are conflicting jurisdictions). I suggest STRONGLY that you speak with an attorney immediately.See question