My son dad will not give him back to me until I find a stable place of my own to stay. I was living with a man who I thought was something real, later found out he was a fake, a cin artist and the world's largest liar. I moved out to my sister hou...
I suggest you consult with an attorney promptly. It sounds as if Father has never been awarded any parenting time. If not, he has not current rights to keep the child from you. Having said that, if an action is initiated with the court, they will look to see what the current situation is and has been. That is they will look to see where the child has been staying, etc. Many times a parent may not be "stable" but that does not equate to no contact with child. Please seek a consultation with a local attorney promptly.See question
My husband wants to divorce, and go for dissolution. We both have separate Roth IRA and life insurance. He has more money on IRA and life insurance. Do I get to have some of his? Or we do not touch these money since these are not joint?
An ira and a cash value of a life insurance policy are both assets. Assets get divided in the manner the parties agree or by court order. When dealing with Life Insurance, the important factor is the cash value of the policy. Thus is it is a term policy, there is no asset to divide. The cash value can be offset against other assets such as a checking account, auto, etc. The IRA can also be divided in the manner the parties agree. If the parties agree that in the division of the assets an amount needs to be paid out of an IRA to the other party, there are specific forms and regulations for doing so to avoid penalties and early withdraw fees.
I do suggest that as you go through this you do seek a consultation with counsel to review your debts and assets and how you want to divide them. A consultation is usually an hour meeting and can provide good information and guidance to be sure that all matters are properly addressed.See question
Me & my wife r getting divorced so I had 2 move back to Ohio & my daughter(16) & grandson(4 months) moved with me, father of grandson knew we were moving 2 days n advanced he even walked 4 miles 2 pick up uhaul with me, he helped my daughter pack ...
A court cannot require a parent to move. The court can determine where the child should live. Your daughter needs to seek an attorney to represent her in this matter. This should be done sooner rather than later.See question
child says they do not want to go home. Child has been reported in dangerous situations while in mothers care. Has had burns and bruises multiple times and says not bathed or fed.
Attorney Dameron -Frazier is correct in her answer. You should seek an immediate consultation with counsel. You should be prepared to discuss not only the current situation but any child services involvement. If no report has been made to children's services, then you may want to consider doing so. As for shared parenting versus residential parent, it depends on your circumstance and the parenting time. Here if there is a serious issue with Mother, then shared parenting may not be the answer. Please do seek a consultation with counsel promptly.See question
It is written into our divorce he does not pay child support (I was hoping he'd use that money to come see her) and has not seen her in 10 years. No phone call in 6 years. I'd like to have sole custody so in the future someone can adopt her.
I am not certain of your question. If you currently have a shared parenting arrangement, then you can file a Motion to Modify or Terminate the plan. If you mean can you terminate his rights completely, then no you cannot. Whether you have a shared parenting plan or if you are the residential (custodial) parent and he is the non-residential parent, you have to go through the same adoption procedure.See question
We had a disoulation divorce
I am assuming you mean the plan administrator has the QDRO. It can take a couple of months for the plan administrator to review and approve the QDRO. As counsel herein stated, you should place a call and confirm they have the QDRO and ask about the time frame.
Having said that, usually a check is not issued from a 401k. Rather it is a division of the one account into two accounts. you then have some options for withdrawing funds but all are subject to tax and some may be subject to penalties.
If you have counsel, please talk with them about these issues. If you do not have counsel, then you may want to seek a consultation a with counsel to review this matter and be sure you know what is going to happen with the 401(k)See question
I live in Warren, Ohio. I currently recieve cash assistance from welfare. Any ways I can prevent him from paying child support? We also live together and are enaged to be married, just were don't want to get married right away.
Since you receive government assistance, reimbursement may be sought. As for an actual child support order paid to you-no such order will go into place until and unless you file a Motion for support through the courts.See question
Our Daughter-in-law dose not work but our son does. Her ex-husband wants their child and wants my son to pay him child support for their child. Will my son have to pay child support to his wife's ex?
Child support is the responsibility of the parents, Father and Mother. The court in calculating child support will look at the earnings of the parents only. The court may impute minimum income to Mother if she is not working. So if Father is successful in obtaining custody and an order for child support is put in place, it will need to be paid. Since your son is the only source of household income he will probably see that the order is paid.
The focus here should be on the custody issue rather than worrying about what will happen when and if Father obtains custody. Before making any assumptions that will happen, your daughter in law should seek counsel to represent her in any custody action.See question
Up until today I got to see my son whenever I wanted basically. Something made her mad so now she is refusing to let me see my son until I get a lawyer. Can she do this? Can she keep my son from me even though I am paying child support every month...
As said, child support and parenting time are two separate issues. I am assuming that you and mother were not married and that the child support order is through the juvenile court. I am assuming this because if you were married the court would have issued orders on support and on parenting time. In juvenile court the matters are typically handled in two separate cased.
The payment of support does not entitle you to visitation. Until and unless you have a court order on visitation, you have not rights to visitation. That is Mother has full control over when and how often you get to see your son.
Please seek a consultation with an attorney in your area. You need to get an action filed for visitation. These actions can take some time so act sooner rather than later.See question
My ex-husband wants to have our son, who is less than two years old, for 12 additional hours per week on top of a Thursday evening and every other weekend from Friday to Sunday morning. The boys go to church with me. He is threatening to modify th...
The attorneys who have answered are correct. Absent a substantial change in circumstances the court is not generally going to modify a parenting order. It is doubtful that there has been such a change in such a short time. As for the house, the provision is not modifiable.
Your focus should be on learning new skills in dealing with your ex so that you are not being subject to his threats and numerous texts. This is easier said then done. You can limit your contact by having another family member present to do the exchange of the children and simply not reading or responding to his texts or phone calls that are threats.See question