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Mother was denied visitation, pays no child support, and has been found unfit by the court. As the children's father and sole guardian, do I need the courts permission and a hearing to move my children out of state? Or do I just give them my new a...
You'll open yourself to a world of hurt if you don't first get a court order for the relocation. You should pay a lawyer. If you want to risk it, good luck.See question
Has the new child support formula been released that's supposed to take effect in July?
Yes, the new child support formula has been released.See question
My spouse left her job, and said nothing, as her Lover and her left town together. Now it is a month later, and she came home acting like nothing ever happened. I am the only one working, and I need dependable transportation to go to work and vi...
If you buy a car during the marriage, it is presumed to be marital property and she CAN make a claim for it. How you tile or register the vehicle has nothing to do with it. A "noterized (sic) and signed agreement" won't help you, either.
If you want to stay married, stay married and don't worry about it. If you want to divorce, hire a lawyer.
Good luck.See question
I am 13 years old and I have 2 great parents that I love. A little over a year ago a man I thought of always as my "godfather" came out to say he is my biological father. The court makes me see him on thursdays and fridays. My mom is my biological...
Your mom, not you, may go to court to modify the schedule. Once she starts that process, she can ask her lawyer to ask the judge to interview you. It's not the judge's job to look around and ask to talk to the child -- it's the parent's lawyer's job to make sure that appointment gets scheduled and takes place. You mom's lawyer can also ask that you be allowed to have a lawyer to represent your interests at all court hearings.
These things could have been done the first time around but, back then, nobody -- not eve you -- knew how you'd feel about your bio dad and how you'd respond to the news and the relationship. Now you know. This is a factor that can be brought to the court's attention as outlined, above.
Tell your mom to call her attorney.
Good luck.See question
21yr. Old son's father passed away... I was receiving child support arrears from father's SSDI. Does his SSDI pay off the balance still owed???
No. You'll have to file a claim. You should work with a lawyerSee question
My sons father has been threatening me. He has been sending me death threats via email. I went to the police department and did not press charges because I am afraid but I did make a statement. He still keeps in contact with me via email or text. ...
The father may "seek rights" over his child whether or not you seek an Order of Protection. You should hire a lawyer.See question
My wife put an EOP against me and is keeping our daughter who lives with me and has for 4 years, going in and out of prison,jail, and rehab(and only been out for 3 months) just the two of us. And this weekend b4 the EOP was only the second time se...
You already asked this question and you already go the answer: Your next move is to hire a lawyer. You complain you can't afford one. That's not true. If you can afford to parent a child, you can afford a lawyer to protect your child. You should be able to find a lawyer you can afford. Pick up the phone and get busy . . . your daughter deserves it.See question
I have a 6yr old girl that has been with me over 4 years while mother (wife) was in prison, jail, rehab, and on the streets. we are still married and no custody has not been filed. over the weekend i let kyndall(daughter) spend the weekend with he...
Have you thought about talking with and hiring a lawyer? That's what I recommend. The EOP can be challenged within a few days. You need not wait the scheduled court date, you can go into court almost immediately to fight the EOP and that's what you need to do. You should give some thought as to whether you want to stay married to this woman. You can talk with the lawyer about that, too.See question
I am in a situation where my ex has my son and I have our daughter, I was told that I had to pay him for my son, and my daughter gets nothing. Please tell me what to do, especially when he owes arrears.
Yes, you may appeal. What you should first do, though, is talk with your lawye for and understanding of the court's order. If you didn't have a lawyer, that was a mistake and you now NEED a lawyer.
The arrearage is always colectable and always generates interest. What are you doing to collect it? It's not his job to just hand over money . . . it's your job to go collect it.
You have'nt given us enough info to allow us to explain much more. Gather all your papers and go see your lawyer . . . or meet with a new lawyer.See question
Hello, I am located in Illinois and have a court order granting me temporary majority custodialship of my children. Their mother was granted temporary visitation while staying in the area. During the last visit with their mother, she fled the sta...
It's probably not kidnapping -- you seem to know where she is and if that's true a kidnapping charge won't stick. Just enforce your order. Talk with your lawyer and he/she will go to court to get the right papers entered in the record. Those will be sent to law enforcement in CA and either she'll get the message and return with the kids or you'll make arrangements to get the kids.
It all starts with talking with your lawyer.See question