Wife and I started arguing which escalated into her crying. We were Living at her parents home and when they heard her crying from emotional distress not physical they kicked me out without letting me grab my things. I am now at my mother's with o...
The court has the ability to order that at a date and time certain you be allowed to retrieve your personal belongings. You should get a divorce attorney in your area to file the necessary paperwork to put this into motion.See question
Father of child My ( daughter x - boyfriend has custody akin the child depend on drugs time of birth . My daughter working with cps , now clean , and compliant all request . , however case pending . Do I have any rights as a grandparent , ...
You need to meet with a local attorney to review the various types of rights that may be available to a grandparent in a child custody or visitation situation. De facto custody and grandparent visitation rights are available after certain requirements are met, but it is important you consult with a local family law attorney to review your particular situation.See question
He has 2 other kids from 2 different previous ex.. but don't know exactly if he has any court arrangement for child support for them. Would I get less because of them 2
If you are in Kentucky, there is a calculator online to help you estimate support which you can find at the following link:
You should meet with a local divorce or child support attorney to review your particular situation.See question
filed divorce and thought all papers were there but got a letter from clerks office need more forms can you tell me what they are
The state of Kentucky recently updated the VS-300, which is the form that must be filed with the divorce and is later sent to the Office of Vital Statistics. Here is the link to the new form: https://kvets.chfs.ky.gov/Divorce/Details.aspx
If you are not able to complete the waiver or are unsure about the Family Court Rules, consult with a local family law attorney in your area.See question
I found a lawyer on line when my sister died out of state and had lots of assets but no will.How can I check him out to see he is honest because I am in a different state
You may want to start on that state's bar association website to see if the lawyer has any past or pending disciplinary history on file.See question
Two decedents, one september 2010, leaving all assets to husband. Husband died september 2011. Son is executor of both wills, neither of which has been probated and he shows no inclination to do so. What rights do beneficiaries of the second wil...
You need to consult with a local probate attorney about possibly seeking a court order to compel probate of the will(s) under Indiana Code IC 29-1-7-3.See question
My wife has been divorced for 4 years and shares custody with her ex. He rarly sees them, and at one point went almost a year without seeing them. He is no seeing them for a few hours a week. The daughter has been asked to go with her 2 best frien...
Kentucky in 2011 implemented an official rule regarding children going out of state, and that rule will be amended as of January 1, 2013. Your wife needs to consult with a local family law attorney who can review the divorce documents and advise her in her specific situation.See question
The mother of my son and I are no longer a "couple". She is refusing to allow me to take my 9 month old son from her house to visit with him. She lives with her parents. Her mother is verbally abusive to me when I go to their home to see my son...
You need to obtain a family law attorney who is experienced in dealing with custody and parenting time / visitation issues in these counties. You should also become familiar with the Indiana parenting time guidelines (link included below).See question
I would like to know all the paper work that i would need to ensure that i get my basic father rights back. My ex wife will NOT let me keep my daughter for more than 3 hours. What paper work do i need in order to get joint custody for my daughter?...
You need to hire a family law attorney who is experienced in dealing with custody issues in your county. Such an attorney could help you file an appropriate motion to enforce your custodial and parenting time rights.See question
Me ex wife and i had divorced and in our divorce decree it stated that i was to get time with my daughter every Thursday and every other weekend. However i moved to Florida and my time changed to only 36 days out of the year. I lived there for app...
Reaffirmation is generally a legal term used to reaffirm debts in a bankruptcy.
In this situation, you need to obtain a family law attorney who can file a motion and put this case back on the docket to let the Court know about the change in circumstances to enforce your parenting time rights.See question