My daughters biological father has not seen her since she was 6 months and she is now 3. In May he filed for visitation and child support... In Ohio the court sends you to mediation before they take it before the judge. My suggestion was supervi...
As the others here have said, get married and have your husband do a step-parent adoption if he's agreeable. There's really no way to terminate rights. In certain cases, but rarely, the court terminate visitation.
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My ex and her mom are lieing to me about when my child was born.i keep asking if hes been born yet and they keep saying no.if they are lieing to me about it. will that backfire on them in court?.they are saying they wont tell me when shes in labor...
Not sure I understand the question. When you say ex, what do you mean? If it's a former wife or girlfriend, unfortunately for you, if you are indicating you are the father, they don't have to tell you. If you are the father and she seeks child support, you'll be ordered to pay it. So a search and look up the Oho Putative Father Registry and get on it. You'll be guided through it. Find friends, etc. and see when the child is born and if you believe it to be your child, file to establish paternity and then rights after that.
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My husband left without notice 3 yrs ago, took only his clothes& DVDs. I had no idea where he was & no contact info. Over time I had to get rid of things he left, some were ruined in basement flooding. I filed for divorce & now he want the bedr...
I believe you'll be on most of what you are talking about. If the questions are what are called Interrogatories, yes you have to respond. There's a way to answer and state an objection. Get an attorney because if this is part of the discovery process and you don't do it right, you could be subject to sanctions, which can mean paying attorney fees to your husband.
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My salary accounts for 90% of our marital income and as a medical professional was made possible by my schooling.
Not sure I understand your question. If you're asking can your spouse make a claim for using martial money to pay off a premarital debt, I would say there is a claim there. Keep in mind, under Ohio law, there is a presumption of equal contribution. You should be speaking to an attorney.See question
My soon to be ex husband has committed a felony and my divorce lawyer does not want to use it in my case against my husband to number one get the divorce, and number two put my husband in jail.
It's difficult to answer this here. Your attorney is correct he can't be threatening a criminal action to obtain an advantage in a civil action. It's unethical. There may be another reason to let things run. Imprisonment means no money for you, always a consideration if one is looking at spousal or child support.
A felony conviction can be used for impeachment purposes under the Ohio Rules of Evidence. If you feel uncomfortable with how your attorney is handling the case, get a new one. Or talk to the one you have in more detail about the case and strategy he is looking at.
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Husband wants me to sign documents to roll over his 401k, but he's also about to file for a divorce soon. I live in Columbus Ohio and my husband lives in Michigan.
Sign nothing without legal advice. You could file here right now to keep the case in Ohio. This is Sunday. Call an attorney tomorrow morning.
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Since the divorce process could be long time and people spend money during the time, the finance and banking balance changes. Will property be divided based on the balance when the divorce paper was filed or what is left when the divorce is granted?
Typically the duration of the marriage, defined by statute, is from the date of the marriage to the trial date. You can however argue other dates. Get an attorney.See question
I am married with a child and my husband is in the us army stationed in Hawaii. Lately he has been verbally and mentally abusive and has not been very honest about our finances. He is threatening to cut off support for myself and my son, he said h...
You could file for a legal separation. Get an attorney for that one. At the very least, take what you have and send it to his commanding officer.See question
She left home 10 years ago.never filed for divorce. Moved in with a woman. As a domestic partnership. Never helped with any finacial expenses. Her partner has passed away. And is now seeking spousal support. Has caused emotional impact. Abandone...
My guess is she won't get it but it doesn't mean she can't try. Best bet is to get an attorney and argue for de facto termination of the marriage 10 years ago.
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Hello I am sending this message on behalf of my self and my wife Janet Behrick. We are hoping that we could get a quick answer to the possibility of us relocating to Washington state. We both work for Costco and Janet wants to apply for a promoti...
It sounds to me she has a reasonable relocation case. She would need to talk to an attorney though since you already know it is going to be contested. For future reference. it may be better mot you use names on here. Maybe sub in child for son, father and mother instead of names.
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