I gave my parents grandparent power of attorney after losing my mother and trying to get a job place of my own and starting all over. I wanted stability for my children in the process of all that. Ergo the grandparent power of attorney. Now their ...
You need to seek am immediate consultation with a Family law attorney in your area. You need legal representation to present your situation and what you believe is in the best interest of the children. Do not pursue this without representation.See question
my father passed away two years agoandmy birth mother is nowhere to befound. i currently live with my fathers wife. she does not work and i pay all the bills in the house. i wouldnt mind helping out if she didnt take everything from me. she abusse...
You need to speak with your sister and have her consult with counsel to determine what options she has.See question
I live in clayton ohio. The reason i need this to happen is my daughter is at risk for being molested by her older brothers. Also her mother is living in subsidized housing and on welfare with no real desire to get a career job that will allow he...
You need to seek an immediate consultation with an attorney in your area. You should take with you a copy of any current court orders regarding parenting and or support. You should be prepared to discuss with them your concerns on molestation and drug use; what type of data needs to be gathered on these issues; what current action, if any should be taken-such as an emergency action and or contacting children's services; what your options are and court procedures. You should also be prepared to discuss the current order(s) as pertains to residency.
You need to seek an immediate consultation. You raise some very serious issues. You should not wait to seek counsel.See question
How easy is it to get a cpo dropped? I have statements and a witness that can help. Is this permissible in court if I was representing myself
Please seek a consultation with counsel and review the statements and witness testimony. You will need to meet your burden as counsel already stated. Please do go with counsel to be sure that your evidence and testimony can be submitted and presented properly.See question
When my ex-husband and I filed for our dissolution, we completed the paperwork ourselves. For the sake of just getting it done and over with, I signed off on it without really doing some homework. The only thing he wrote regarding the mortgage/hou...
You already know you need to seek counsel and I recommend doing so promptly. Obligations pursuant to a decree are governed by the terms of the decree. In consulting with counsel they will be able to advise if there was a reason to set aside the decree or a portion of the terms. They can also look to see if there is any boiler plate language that helps with the real estate issue. Be prepared to discuss whether you get any equity from the house and if so how it is paid; whether the mortgage is current, etc.See question
This has been going on for almost a year. I want to take him back to court because there is a change in circumstance to the original visitation schedule. Our papers state the following - "any modification of child support as set forth herein dur...
Please seek a consultation with counsel. Take your current orders with you so that the language can be completely reviewed. To properly address the issue on revising child support and or spousal support an attorney really needs to read the current order.
As for the parenting schedule, it must be followed until and unless there is a court order that says differently. Having said that, Father may choose not to exercise his time if the children tell him they have other plans. Again, however, he is entitled to the time and you need to have them ready if he is exercising the time. When you meet with counsel they will want to review the language in the current court order on deviation and the parenting time allocation.
Again, please seek an immediate consultation with counsel and determine how best to proceed.See question
parents not married, been together 13 years, have shared custody of 9 year, do live together now. relationship on rocks
In Ohio a child does not get to determine which parent they live with. The court will decide what is in the child's best interest. In making that determination, one factor the Judge may take into account is the wishes of the child. These wishes are presented to the court via a GAL and/or an incamera interview. Other outside reports may also come in to play, such as parenting evaluation.
Please seek a consultation with counsel now to answer your questions and provide guidance. Do not wait until it all falls apart. If you have a current order for shared parenting you need to take that with you to the consultation so counsel can assess how the order impacts any actions take in the court.See question
I've just been notified that my ex-husbands girlfriends daughter that resides with them has been arrested three time for possession of drugs and drug use. Most recently September 2014.Found guilty all three times. I'm concerned for my children's ...
I recommend that you seek a consultation with a local family law attorney to review the situation, your current decree and goals. A motion to Modify the parenting time will need to be filed with the court. You will need to show the court the reasons Father's time should be limited or not in presence of girlfriend. This can be a difficult issue. Please seek legal assistance and move forward promptly.See question
While I wait for his retirement, can I get spousal support? If not, what is the best way? Giving up the military pension and get the spousal support?
Please seek a consultation with an attorney promptly. In a divorce, retirement and spousal support are two different matters. Please seek a consultation and be sure you completely understand what you are doing before waiving any rights to a retirement account or giving up any potential rights to support.See question
Children service was involved with 1st child cause she had no interest in baby
Your son needs to seek a consultation with an attorney in his county. He will need to discuss/pursue a Petition for custody/visitation (assuming the parties were never married). Until he seeks a court order on parenting time he has no rights to such time. I do strongly suggest that he seek counsel as this sounds as if it could get very ugly, especially with children's services already involved.See question