My ex-husband will not allow me to see my daughter at all and he somehow went to court and the judge ordered that I could only have phone visitation with my daughter now when the previous order said I had specific days and holidays that I could se...
You may be able to have the order set aside so that you have an opportunity to defend yourself against the allegations if you were not validly served. It may also be an ex parte order, intended to only last until you can be served and a hearing held.
Your best bet is to have an attorney review the order and any related pleadings so they know what happened with the order and proceed accordingly.See question
Pregnant mom incarcerated in WI, has signed power of attorney for us to take baby after delivery from WI to AR. What state do we need to file guardianship in WI or AR?
I agree with Ms. Howard, except that you can register the Order appointing the guardian in Arkansas right away if you're not asking the Arkansas Court to modify it, this would have the benefit of the guardianship being recognized and enforceable in Arkansas just the as if it were an Arkansas order.See question
My daughter has a history of drug abuse and is currently on probation for breaking and entering and theft from a convenience store. She and my grandson have been living with us. She has a boyfriend that she met in rehab and who also is a convict...
You can file a petition for permanent guardianship if your daughter is an unfit parent (or if the parents consent to the guardianship), and as part of those proceedings you could ask that the Court appoint an Attorney Ad Litem for your grandson. The Attorney Ad Litem would be an attorney appointed to represent the best interests of the child.
Most family law attorneys offer free initial consultations, it may well be worth your time to consult with someone.See question
My credit has been dinged for the last few years from the ex not making payments. Why? I signed a quit claims deed. How do I fix my credit? Do 8I need a lawyer to help me clear this up?
The quitclaim deed released any interest you had in the property to your ex, but did not relieve you of any agreement you had with the lender to pay the debt on the property. In other words, by delivering the deed without having him refinance the debt in his name you gave up ownership to the property but are still liable under your agreement with the lender.
You will likely need to get an attorney to review your divorce decree and file an appropriate motion with the Court.See question
my son father got custody and then he went to court and now my son father ex girlfriend has him thought court orders as my sons father couldn't be botherd to look after him but the court wouldn't let me take my son as to living problams but no my ...
If a court granted the father custody, and he is not exercising his custody, then you would need to file a motion to modify the order to award you custody.See question
Divorced 6 years ago. Judge ordered the home to be sold. At that time, I couldn't afford to refinance the home on my own or finance a loan for another home, so my ex kept his name on the mortgage. So the kids wouldn't have to leave the home. I h...
After six years, you're not going to be able to get an answer over a general Q&A forum as there are going to be too many issues involved. You need someone who can review the language of your decree and get more details on everything that has happened over the last six years (including any communications you and your ex have had about the house).See question
father and I lived together and he put us out and I left state that night now filing for child support and he threatens he is going to take custody of them what can I do in advance
Jurisdiction for child custody is based upon the "Home State" of the children, which is where the children lived with a parent or a person acting as parent for the six months prior to the filing of the custody action.
So, if you and your children have been living in Arkansas for more than six months then Arkansas would be the proper forum. If you haven't been in Arkansas for six months yet, then North Carolina would be the proper forum.
Of course there are exceptions, and interstate custody issues can quickly get complicated and so you should consult with an attorney if you have any questions.See question
I pawned a gun that I got for putting a fuel pump in a truck then I pawned the gun and went to pick it up they said it was stolen
Your post doesn't have a question.
Have you been charged with its theft or for receiving stolen property? Are you looking at getting the value of your labor back from the owner of the truck?See question
My husband and I agreed we would do payments for his nieces boyfriend to buy our truck. We agreed on $3000 and he was suppose to pay $1000 down but he came to us and said insurance for him was going to be more than he thought and asked if he could...
File suit against him in the Small Claims division of the District Court. Because it appears there is going to be quite a bit of "he said, she said" testimony going on, be sure to take as much evidence as you can to show what the agreement was (if you are going to be using text messages or emails, print those out ahead of time).See question
He loves with his biological father and I rarely get to see him. It's become hard for me when he does get to come over. He doesn't want to stay with me he wants to go play with his friends. He takes advantage of me because I'm not as strict as his...
Unless there is someone else that is wanting to adopt the child, you cannot terminate your parental rights (other than in an abuse situation brought by DHS, which obviously you don't want to pursue). You probably won't have much luck with avoiding having to pay child support if you don't have custody (you can seek custody, though by your post I'm not sure you are wanting to) because while there are exceptions to every rule, parents cannot bargain away their children's right to support.See question