I discovered that my husband was wiping out my bank accounts. I was starting divorce proceedings when he died from brain cancer. I want to go back to my name before I married him.
I agree. You simply need to file a Petition for Change of Name and follow the appropriate procedures. You should consult with and retain an attorney to assist you so that the process is completely successfully.See question
If two parents have a prior custody aggrement for 3 years, and one parent now goes active military and gets deployed, can the civilian parent get sole custody?
I agree. He cannot simply move with the child without either your consent or prior Court approval. While he's gone, you will, essentially, have sole custody. If he isn't exercising any timesharing it may be possible that you can file for a child support modification, if one is warranted. If he tries to relocate with the child, you should consult with an attorney immediately.See question
I'm an E2 in the military stationed in Fort Campbell Ky, I support a wife and 4 kids here. I have a son in Orlando FL which I'm ordered to pay 400 a month for. I do not make what the judge assumed I make based off of the Internet a chunk of that m...
The fact that you have a Wife and four other children that you support has NO impact whatsoever on your legal obligation to support your other child. You may want to have your case reviewed to make sure child support was established properly, but if the guidelines say $400 per month (and yes, your income includes your BAH, your BAS and any other non-taxable benefits that you receive), then child support is what it is.See question
I went almost all the way through with it, and my stipulation was abated and I filed an order of dismissal and found out husband still doing what he said he wasn't doing anymore. Any way to reverse this without paying the $418.00 again? Thanks.
If the Order of dismissal was entered, then unfortunately, you have to start all over again, which will include paying the required filing fee and getting him served. It will be a completely new case with a different case number.See question
A father's transgender paramour has taken photos of her/himself with the father's toddler boy in girl's dresses. The paramour has posted these photos on public social media sites with the banner "I Support Trans Rights". In the photos, the child...
I answered this question previously, as did several other lawyers. If DCF won't do anything, you can try to get a restraining Order. Consult with an attorney. A defamation suit will likely not stand.See question
Unfortunately, if your divorce is final, then whatever was ordered in the divorce is all that you get and you have forever waived your rights to any form of alimony. Surely you were awarded something in the divorce? If your Final Judgment was entered less than 30 days ago, you might have a potential right to appeal the Final Judgment IF some sort of grounds to do so can be found. But, if it's been more than 30 days, the case is done. Sorry. This is why you should have had a lawyer to assist you ...See question
I have been seperated from my husband for 8 years during that time he has not been in kids lives or financially supported them he has been in jail for abusing my daughter and I wanted beeter life so I moved filed for divorce now he says he will ge...
You said you moved and then filed for divorce? Or did you file for divorce and then move? Regardless, he can't get you for "kidnapping" as it doesn't sound as if he has sole custody of the children or that you are in violation of any court order. To receive real answers to your questions though, you really need to consult with an attorney so that all pertinent facts can be learned and you can then be advised properly.See question
Would like to get my children in a healthy, secure, and safe environment with my family in a different state. Im married and the relationship is toxic and I need to save my childrens emotional health. I have been a stay at home mom, raised my step...
This is not the forum for you to get the answers you want. Many, many more facts need to be known in order to even begin to answer your multiple questions. You need to consult with an attorney who can then learn all the pertinent facts and properly advise you. Many attorneys offer free consultations OR you may need to request financial assistance from a family member or friend so that you can retain an attorney. You'll definitely need an attorney to even begin to receive the relief that you are seeking.See question
My husband and I started the process a year ago. We had the settlement agreement ready to notarized in court but couldn't be completed because he lost his ID at the time. We missed a hearing back in August but didn't go since I wasn't notified, or...
Somebody needs to show up or the case will likely get dismissed. You can show up and explain to the Judge what is going on and ask for a continuance and/or for your Husband to appear telephonically.See question
My dad and I have the same name. He was served papers for child support that were intended for me. he sent them back to the courthouse with a letter that he wasn't the person they were looking for instead of telling me. He just let me know and the...
I agree 100%. Even though they served the wrong person, you ARE aware of it and if you do nothing, they are going to determine you are the biological father and they are going to establish child support. It may be possible to get these determinations set aside, but it will be costly, and not guaranteed AND you may be waiving your rights to have a DNA test done. You need to get a lawyer NOW!!!See question