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My ex husband had been married for 5 years and together for 9 years with his wife. Just recently his wife filed for divorce and is now seeking step parent visitation rights to mine and my ex's 2 boys. She is very manipulative and vindictive and a ...
she will have to show that she has a parent like relationship with your child and that visitation is in the child's best interest. No one can answer how likely it is as it is so fact driven; however, the presumption is that you and your ex are the ones to make decisions for your child and that what you decide is in the child's best interest. She would need to overcome that presumption.See question
If my boyfriend got a citation with a $515 fine, as long as he is making payments on it, if it's not paid in full by the due date will he be arrested? As long as he is paying on it.
he needs to call the clerk of courts in the county of the ticket and ask themSee question
So my son is 9 years old, I have not seen him in a year. He has chosen to not visit my house because he has rules here and his mother does not. He is supposed to visit every other weekend. We divorced in 2011 and since then I have moved on and sta...
They would need to be married (most courts want them to be married for at least a year). They can file for termination of parental rights and a step parent adoption but until they either agree in writing to stop child support or your rights are terminated, you will still be obligated to pay.
On another note, a 9 year old doesn't get to decide placement and if he wants to see you. He is nine. He doesn't get to decide if he wants to go to school, brush his teeth, go to bed why would he get to decide this? File a motion for contempt for the placement. Heck, if you wanted you could file a motion to modify placement due to mom'sparental alienation.See question
Landlord says we broke lease while smoking on premises however only had lease for one year Then month to month how can we have broken lease?
conditions in a lease continue into month to month status-the only thing that changes is the term of the occupancySee question
My wife wanted the divorce. I make 70k and she makes 25k annually. I have our daughter 3 days and she has her for 4 days. We have lived apart for 1 year, separated belongings. I still pay her rent, car and groceries and medical bills. We have been...
First, you would need to figure out child support using a shared placement calculation. Yes, you can agree to spousal support but you will want to talk to an experienced family law attorney. Given the length of marriage, it is unlikely that you would pay long term maintenance (if any at all)See question
My husband and I are seperated (not legally but been living apart since August 2016). He went and applied for a car loan this past Thursday which put a hard inquiry on my credit. Is he allowed to do this without my permission? My score,went down 1...
You need to file for divorce. Living separately gives no protection from this type of behavior. You can file a police report that he is trying to use your identity but it is likely they will do nothing as it is likely the application asked for your information as his wife and he provided it-not that he intended to use your identitySee question
Someone i know is charged and i saw this on ccap. It involves my family.
usually it is telling the facility he is being held at to bring him to court.See question
The parole officer is unjust and impartial.
Unfortunately there is nothing saying they need to be impartial. They are there to make sure that you don't have violations of your parole rules. While you can ask for a new agent, it is rarely granted and then you are stuck with one who likes you even less.See question
Timeshare is Villas at Treetops in Bushkill, PA. Maintenance fee has gone up every year. We bought I 2010, it is fully paid, including fee. We want to get out of contract.. Don't want to use timeshare "transfer group" as doesn't fit our budget.
unfortunately you can't just get out of most time share contracts, you must sell the time share and time shares are very hard to sell. Your best bet is to look for a company that will buy it but that is often for a fraction of what you paid for it.See question
We rented a nice home with a year lease with an itch to buy a home locally when the time was right. The following spring, it took longer than expected to find a home, pre-qualify and go ahead with the process. The landlord had coincidentally asked...
you gave notice on your termination date. He is trying to lease the property, do you expect him to leave it open because you might need more time. If he hasn't rented it yet, he may be willing to let you have more time but you then need to tell him that and be prepared to pay for the time whether your home is ready or not. If he has already rented it, you will need to be out.See question