I have full legal and physical custody of my son. My ex wife has supervised visitation. In our divorce decree it states that I'm to give her a copy of our child's medical bills within 14 days and then she's to pay me her half of these expenses. I ...
There is not enough information provided. You should have an attorney review the entire decree to confirm the entire context.See question
The incident happened 7 years ago, and she was disabled for a while. New evidence may have been discovered.
If you are seeking to file a civil suit, the general rule is two years in Illinois. However, there are exceptions. In this situation, the nature of the disability is important. Additionally, more facts about the new evidence need to be known. You really need to have a full consultation with a lawyer In order to obtain an accurate answer.See question
I just found out, after years of convincing the mom to let me do the test, that I have a 3 1/2 year old child. Mother says she has a father who was there for everything
You do not have any rights until a court order gives them to you. You need to contact an attorney to discuss filing a paternity actionSee question
she is currently 19 months old and he has only seen her maybe three times since she's been born. he was granted supervised visitation two years ago and refuses to do them. he was also court ordered to pay $54 a week in child support. he does not p...
Based on the information provided, no. He may be charged with a felony regarding child support.See question
I would like to file for divorce and I want to find out if this can be done online if both parties are in agreement.
You may be able to do this entirely without appearing physically run court. You will have to check with the Clerk of the Court's Office to determine whether you can do everything on line. IN my county, they are not yet set up for divorce cases online.See question
I am the executrix of my father-in-law's estate.
I am sorry for your loss. There are many factors that go into the determination. You need to discuss the situation with an attorney in person.See question
My 19 yr old was in an auto accident in May 2016. A boy, aged 10, ran out into the highway in front of her. The officer responding stated the accident was not her fault and she received no tickets. I called my insurance company and they said there...
Yes, she can be sued. In all likelihood, you cannot be held personally liable for the acts of your adult child.. Your policy should be reviewed to determine whether the insurer should pay for your personal attorney.See question
The living situation is better with the child's father, than the mother. The child want to live with his father. Knowing that it's hard for a father to get full custody over the mother. I would like to know. When can a child choose which parent he...
In Indiana, the child's choice is never the only factor that a court looks at. when the child reaches age 14, it becomes a significant factor among others that the court looks at in determining what is in the best interest of the child when determining custody.See question
IF LAWYER DOESNT FOLLOW THROUGH AFTER WRECK, SETTLES OUT ON CAR ,THEN SURGEON INJURES YOU MEDICALLY FDA RECALL PRODUCT WHAT TO DO? HAD SYMPTOMS VERTIBRAE INJURY TOLD SURGEON IS DOCUMENTED REHAB FACILITY. DOCTOR IGNORED MY SYMPTOM AND I CONTINUE S...
You may not have an agreement with him regarding claims other than the car case.. Look at your agreement, and determine whether it was only for the auto accident? If not, you should discuss the progress with the attorney and if not happy, express your displeasure. If he or she doesn't satisfy you, then you can discharge the lawyer and seek new counsel. If the agreement only covers the auto injury, then you can possibly hire another attorney without discharging the old one. However, be sure to bring the agreement and all paper work ( records, settlement papers, etc.) from the auto case with you from the old attorney when you meet the new one. I know that if someone in your situation came to me, I would insist on looking at it. This will be a very complicated case and you may have problems finding a lawyer willing to take it on.See question
My son was driving my car the day after Christmas and rear ended a vehicle. The man called the cops. The police took no pictures because there was no damage. The cop wrote in the report there was no damage. My car had a small dent in the front, bu...
Your insurance company will make a determination based on its own investigation. The decision whether to pay a claim is the insurance company and not yours. Unless the claimant is making a claim in excess of your policy limits, the insurer is acting within its rights. However, you might want to talk with your insurance agent and let him or her know that you are not happy with how you are being treated.See question