Stay at home mom/wife mutually agree things are not what they were. We have 2 kids, he works out of town 24/7 and i dont work. Trying to figure out where to start the process
Try to find a divorce attorney in the Toledo area through the Find a lawyer tab here or through friends that provides a free initial consultation or charges a small one to walk you through the process.
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My situation is the same as many others I have been in this divorce for two years an have yet to see a courtroom or the judge ,I have asked my mouth piece many time to get me an audience with the judge , The attorney regularly does not return my ...
1. It's not to me there is a malpractice here. Neglect maybe or just good advice on the part of the attorney. The answer though is yes, plaintiffs have prevailed in legal malpractice cases. Whether you have such a claim requires speaking to an attorney that handles those cases.
2. Can't address certain motions you have asked be filed but the petvi sitation is an interesting. Some courts will nothing on pet visitation and some will entertain the motion. Just depends on the judge I guess. Pets are stillc omsidered property, not members of the family, in Ohio by the courts.
3. No, you shouldn't file motions while yoy are represented by an attorney.
case against me, i'd terminate the relationship
4. You cannot force your spouse to sit down a negotiate,
5. Get a new attorney. The attorney-client relationship here has clearly broken down. If I had a client thinking in terms of a legal malpractice I'd terminate the relationship. It wouldn't be fair toe ither of us to continue it since it requires, clearly broken in the relationship. But, your new "mouth piece is not going to get you an audience" with the judge,
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Two years ago I had major surgery (aorta replacement), my husband not only didn't, but refused to help me during recovery, and would not allow for me to hire any help around the house to make things easier on me. He was very abusive mentally and...
Maybem maybe not. Not much of an answer I realize. There are tort(personal injury) cases between spouses. I've done a couple. Really, what you need to do is speak with your attorney for referral to a personal injury attorney or just talk to one yourself. I believe your attorney is correct though, it would be an action outside the divorce. If I had a client in your situation, I'd refer to another attorney to review it. Can't answer your last question on filing charges with the exception of what is stated above.
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Last March (2016), my divorce case had it's final hearing and I received the judges decision from the courts. My attorney also sent me a copy, and also said he'd need more money (which I am not paying since I already paid more than he told me) to...
Not 100% sure I understand. If the judge heard the case and you received the final decision, I'd say you are. Check the court website and look for your case and if it's closed and then call the Clerk's to check to make sure. It sounds as though you are. You had though that no final papers were signed so I can't answer further. Call the court. As far as fees, that's between you and your attorney.See question
My husband wants a divorce but I don't... We have kids also
Not sure what you're question is. If you're husband files for divorce, you have to be personally served or by certified mail. As far as a court date, although it doesn't like you're at that point, yes, notice is required. Get an attorney if you are served divorce papers.See question
ME and my husband has been married for 6 years and he has left me and stayed with another woman for 3 months. Now he is coming home and he is still spending majority of the days over there. I asked him to leave I can't take the humiliation any mor...
File for divorce, get proper restraining orders when filing, which may mean joining banks, etc. and ask for temporary orders. Use the Find a lawyer at the top of the page.See question
Lady I have been talking to court case been active for over a year how? She left because of how he was acting how he treated her and her kids and because he cheated lied to the pastor of their church and got her and her kids(4) kicked out of house...
If green means the case is open, she's stuck in Kentucky.See question
Is there any kind of limit to how many contempt charges a person can be charged with in a divorce case, since it is for the same case will they combine? And what about for any "failure to appear" charges are those filed with contempt filings? Beca...
It sounds as though you have an attorney. These questions best asked of your attorney. There is no limit on the number of contempts that can be filed. Failure should result in a bench warrant being issued. Parental alienation can be a contempt but not always. Difficult area. If you have that going on, you really need to speak with your attorney.See question
Mother of child who provides solely, has grandparents care for child while she's providing, has live in father of child. Father does no providing, rather living off of mother. Father has felonies, steals from mother and her family, compulsive liar...
First and foremost, is there an order giving the father time with the child and the next question whether or not the parents are or were married. If the answers are no to each, then the father has no rights and can simply have the child withheld by the mother. See:
If there is an order, do it the old-fashioned way by filing a motion with the court and in addition, getting an ex parte order to stop it. I know the other attorneys answering have suggested CPS but using the experience of my own county, I wouldn't do it that way. Maybe your county is different.
Like I say, it's not an issue right now if no order is in place. It would require him to file a motion on the denial of time. Find an attorney using the Find a lawyer tab. The only attorney I know in that area is a guy named Curt Bogen and he does this type of work. Talk to someone.
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I have paid my attorney his retainer and filing fees to follow through with filing for my divorce. Yet, his first action was filing a motion to get child support deviated to $0. Once that was refused he placed another motion, and once this is appr...
Sounds odd to me on the filing of motions before a complaint is filed. Attorneys know each other many times. Some are friends and many just have a professional relationship. In the courtroom, they fight each other with everything they have but outside the courtroom, the ones that are friends . Being friend's with your (former) father-in-law shouldn't make a difference. Two things, if you have concerns, talk to the attorney face to face. If you really don't have confidence in him, get another attorney.See question