Hello, so I want to move back to Indiana with my kids but there fahter wants to stay in Colorado. I have no family here or really any friends just 2. All my family is in Indiana or in Germany. He has is family here and work. I am a stay at home mo...
File a motion to move, explaining the benefits of the move for your children: contact with your side of the family, your financial stability etc. You will also have to propose a parenting plan that would work with you being out of state. You say you have the kids 24/7. If he has no parenting time, consider how you would be able to continue the children's relationship with his side of the family if that's in their best interests.
The court has a form for this motion. The instructions are JDF 1400 and they will lead you to each document you need. You can find these forms on the court's website: https://www.courts.state.co.us/Forms/Forms_List.cfm?Form_Type_ID=108
my daughter is now 2. just did the DNA test. her father abandoned her before birth and has never made contact, supported or even acknowledged my attempts. I want his rights terminated. I'd like my current partner to take over rights however from ...
I agree with my colleague. However, most people believe the adoption must be by a new spouse. That is not the case. We recently did an adoption where the parent's brother adopted her son. Please talk to an attorney about your options
Also, if your concern is that the biological father will start requesting parenting time, there may be steps you can take in the divorce or family court to at least set out guidelines for what would need to happen before contact resumes.
I have filed a response in disagreement of a relocation and up until now have done a good job of providing evidence (response) the child is better off with me but feel a photo album, rather than family/friend witnesses would better show my relatio...
It's VERY important that you make copies of your photo album and use those copies as the exhibits. IF you bring the original and no copies, the court must keep your original photo album, and that's certainly not good for you. I agree with my colleagues on the processes stated in their responses. It might be worth it for you to take your case management order and speak to an attorney for an hour or so to get more specific advise. Many attorneys will allow you to hire them on an hourly basis just for trial preparation.See question
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I'd like to answer your question, but I may not have all of the information necessary.
If the case is done, so the parenting plan has been signed by the parties and/or ordered by the court, the opposing attorney does not have to give you a copy - you can get a copy from the court. Go in person to the court clerk, or call the court clerk and ask how you make a request (you'll have to send in money for the copy)
If the case isn't over, and the opposing counsel is drafting a parenting plan as an offer for settlement, it doesn't need to be presented until the attorney and client have gone over it and made sure it's what they'd accept.
If the parenting plan is something which will be used as an exhibit at trial, the attorney must provide you a copy of it when all exhibits are exchanged.
As part of my divorce, my husband was supposed to give me 1/2 of his annuity by a certain date. I was told I need to set up a QDRO first. What is this and how do I do it?
Please seek legal counsel from a divorce attorney in your area. There are some firms who specialize in drafting QDROs. It is imperative that this is done correctly for in some cases, you won't know for years if there's a problem, and then it may be too late to correct it.See question
Despite being a good looking divorced (my choice) college educated white male who has successfully coparented 3 children into adulthood who's been relatively successful financially at times in my life being self-employed, I've made some poor decis...
Happy Birthday. I'm sorry, your case is a difficult one. I advise you not even to start the case until you find out whether you have assets, or insurance which could cover the award if you win the case. It would be just one more poor decision to sue and win, and not be able to collect.
Also, these are difficult cases because if you try the case to a jury, you may find that the jury has made even worse decisions, and your decisions may look wonderful, making you a very unsympathetic plaintiff. Also, the jury may feel the defendant did the best he could, and therefore not want to grant you any monetary compensation. If you try this matter to a judge, well, think about it. He/She is a judge. The judge's very act of going to work shows a not great decision, so how sympathetic can he/she be?
I think, on this exalted day of your 54th birthday, it's best to turn the other cheek. Tell yourself hooray! And job well done! Find things about which to praise yourself. AND most importantly, start now being wonderful to yourself. Every little thing you do to bring yourself happiness will echo and enhance your desire to continue the behavior. And, by showing such forgiveness to the defendant you, perhaps you will reciprocate by being nicer to you also. Good luck, and Happy Birthday!See question
Wife and I have civil restraining orders. We are divorcing. In Colorado. She has sent our realtor reems of texts harassing her. The realtor has called police. Wife also left threatening voice mail on another persons cell. Person alerted police. Sh...
Your realtor has done what she can to stop the behavior. Now you may want to step in. If the court ordered that you both participate with the sale, yes, you may be able to contempt her. However, that's not really your fastest, nor most effective option. I suggest you file a motion asking the court to take her out of the home sale process. Attach the stack of emails, and your realtor's affidavit, or police report as support. Ask the court to have her sign a POA for you to handle the entire home sale, and for her to have no contact with the realtor, or potential buyers. If she's living in the house, ask that she have to move out.
I'm a caregiver of a client who suffers from moderate alzheimer's, and his neighbor's have guardianship over his affairs. I was made aware there are cameras all around the house to protect the client. The alzheimer's patient made a false accusat...
You have no recourse. You are an "at will" employee and can be fired at any time, with or without cause. I suggest you start looking for new employment before something damaging is put in your file, because that may make it difficult for you to get other employment.See question
My brother was given a 4 month puppy, she was born March 21 2016. On Wendsday July 14 it appeared she got sick. My sister knew a vet place that she felt she can trust because she knows the owner. They took her there and confirmed she had parvo. Th...
I'm so sorry, this is a very difficult and sad case. I agree with counsel that you may save money contacting the licensing board, however that won't recover any damages for you. This is a case you'd probably file in small claims court due to the value of the puppy, but you may really want to consider the emotional drain that accompanies a lawsuit, to determine whether or not to follow up.See question
Four years ago,my landlord and a superviors at my job broke into my apartment. They drugged a bottle of vodka I had in the frig and came in and stole pot. This superviors wanted to take this to the other mangers and prove i was incompetent and not...
Anyone who reads this post is going to have questions about your mental health. I think it would be advisable that you first go get a mental health evaluation, and do whatever treatment is advised. Then, if you start a lawsuit and someone tries to say you're imagining all this, or that you're crazy, you can have proof that you are stable.See question