I live in Arkansas and I want to know if me being legally married means that my husband which I've been separated from for 20months now has to be put on my unborn son's birth certificate he is not the father or will I be able to put my boyfriends ...
You may list your boyfriend as the father, but you, your husband, and your boyfriend will have to sign affidavits acknowledging your boyfriend is the father or you will have to get a court order adjudicating your boyfriend as the father (which usually isn't going to be done until after the birth of the child).See question
He hasn't seen her in eight months and counting. She is 13 1/2. She doesn't want anything to do with him. He spoke to over the phone once in 8 months a few months back to inform her of why he's leaving his wife (which was explained in a highly i...
Even if the Court would suspend his visitation rights, that wouldn't, by itself, overcome the natural parent preference for custody if something were to happen to you (though of course it could come into consideration).
A termination of parental rights would need to be in conjunction with an adoption, and Arkansas law does allow for a parent to adopt their own child if it is in the best interests of the child. So, if he goes for a period of one year or more without communicating with your daughter you could petition to adopt her (or, if you are married, your spouse could file a petition for a step-parent adoption).See question
Will I be able to re enlist into air national guard? I was active at time of discharge. Re code 2C. Would I have to do basic again?
Eligibility for re-enlisted can fluctuate quite a bit from time to time as the needs of the services change, and it could also depend on the underlying facts of your separation, so the best person to ask will be your local recruiter as they are kept up to date on a daily basis (and often want to help get people signed up).
With an RE-2, I would suspect that even if you are eligible you will at least need to obtain a waiver - but again check with your local recruiter.
Usually if you are going into the same branch you do not need to repeat basic training.See question
Filed motion for immediate custody change. We was given a date 3 days later. Opposing council ask for continuance. Date was then set for 28 days later. Now an ad litem has been appointed the hearing date has been dropped and mediation is ordered. ...
Yes, the Court can order mediation.
Hopefully, you have an attorney. If so, you need to check with your attorney as they have a much greater knowledge of the individual circumstances and facts in your case and so can give you a better answer then just a "generally" or "apparently" answer.
Apparently the Court and the ad litem did not believe that there was an immediate and substantial risk to the safety of the child to order an immediate change of custody. That doesn't mean that there isn't something going on that the Court will later determine justifies a change of custody, just that it's not an emergency situation.See question
My daughter was undiagnosed with a mental illness and kept running away with my grandchildren. The kids would tell me and their father about things they should not have seen or experienced while in their mothers care. The father also was having to...
I'm not clear what you meant by stating that you did the 'wrong paperwork,' but even a permanent guardianship can be terminated if it is no longer needed or in the best interests of the wards.
Assuming that you oppose the termination of the guardianship, the first question is going to be what standard will the Court be looking at in determining whether or not to terminate the guardianship. This is going to be dependent on the language used in the order appointing you guardian and whether or not the parents were determined to be unfit or if they were merely consenting to a guardianship.See question
While i was incarcerated for 7 years the children were with my mother in mexico. Now im out my exwife is seeking back child support. She has collected food stamps and filed taxes with the children as dependents during the time they were outside of...
You can only have your parental rights terminated if it is in connection with an adoption, or if a Court has found the children to be dependent/neglected.
Even if your rights were terminated now, your ex-wife would still be able to seek back child support from you because the obligation to support your child would continue up to the point that your rights are terminated.See question
My mother is dying as while going through her personal paperwork like life insurance, and birth certificates, I found information pertaining to a deed. I believe this deed to be part of the special field order No. 15. When I asked my mother about ...
You can go down to the courthouse for the county in which the land sits and review the land records, or you can contact a local title company. Many of them will conduct a title search provide you with an abstract of title for a very reasonable fee.See question
mother of my child broke up with me and I moved out. I moved in with my female best friend. she is now trying to get me for abandonment of my unborn child. can she claim abandonment when she claims that she is advised by a lawyer for no contact.
She could file a paternity suit to adjudicate paternity and request that you pay child support. Likewise, you could ask the Court to grant you visitation (and possibly, custodial) rights with the child.See question
My ex has accused me of assaulting him when I didn't touch him wot do I do !!
Avvo is a great tool for questions and answers, but for effective legal advice you really need to talk with an attorney so you are able to have a give and take of information.
Hire an attorney to defend you against the charges, if you cannot afford an attorney you can ask that the Court appoint an attorney to represent you.See question
My husband and I got into an argument. He was feeling suicidal and got his 9mm, I said it was not loaded. He shot the ceiling. He called the VA Crisis line to ask a question. Then he grabbed some stuff(clothes, meds) and our AR15 and headed out t...
Both of you need to get attorneys, and do not make any statements to anyone -- that includes posting details on Avvo (prosecutors and police can read these forums as well).
If you cannot afford an attorney, ask the Court to appoint attorneys for you.See question