I signed the birth certificate because an ex gf told me I was the father. We broke up I got married to someone else and my wife at the time we were married completed a step parent adoption. We then divorced and I just found out I am not the biolog...
Let's make sure we've got the players right. Woman #1 has a child; you sign on the birth certificate. You marry woman #2. You and #2 complete an adoption of the child. Now you're divorcing. Woman #1 is not in the picture. If that's the story, you're legally daddy, and there's nothing to be done about it.See question
No one is to be detained for Civil Matters. Once detained we are forced to pay large sums of money that we can't afford which infringes upon the Bill of Rights. Any program,person,or entity that infringes upon the Constitution of America is terror...
THe answer is "not successfully", and it won't change if you ask again. FAiling to pay child support is no longer treated as a purely civil matter. THe "large sum of money" is child support. ...and AVVO isn't the government, it's a privately owned website; so they can take down your question without violating your rights under the First AMendment.See question
Was in abusive relationship. Had a daughter with him. He has never paid or supplied any items towards child. Has been very violent and abusive. Went to court and he asked for postponement? When in parking lot started calling me names and attac...
Did the court make a TEMPORARY restraining order? Was a copy of the TEMPORARY restraining order served on your ex? If the Court made a temporary order, and your ex asked to have the hearing continued, the Court also should have extended the TEMPORARY order until the new date. Read ALL the papers you have from the Court. If there's a temporary order in place, and he violates that order, call the police!See question
I was married to my wife for 27yrs she has recently cheated on me and left the house for 6 months already. I signed over the grand deed to my son and moved out myself. My name is still on the loan but my wife signed over ownership to the house abo...
Very possibly. This isn't a do-it-yourself project.See question
If I want to take deposition of a court appointed 730 expert (accountant). Do I have to serve a copy of the notice of taking deposition to my wife too or not? Does she or her attorney need to be present at the deposition too?
1. serve a notice of deposition on the opposing party or attorney
2. serve a deposition subpena on the witness,
3. obtain and hire a deposition reporter, and
4. tender an expert witness deposition fee to the witness, ALL
before you get to ask a single question.
This is NOT likely to be a successful do-it-yourself project.See question
Minor's counsel stated in an email to all parties that she would support father's request for me to serve jail time for being inviolation of a court order that was never signed or filed by the court. I do not understand how she is looking out for ...
If the judge made the order on the record in open court, then you can violate it, and risk going to jail, even if a written order hasn't been signed and filed. If minor's counsel wasn't present, and YOU weren't present, who WAS present when the order was made? How do you know?See question
I was wondering if it's against the law for a parent to go into your without your permission even though your 18.
Sorry. Their house, their rules. Doesn't matter if you're 8, 18, or 28.See question
The petitioner has recently been granted physical custody however it has not even been two weeks and he is not following court orders by keeping me informed of the child's schooling doctors appointments etc. he has also recently went and put her ...
You can, but nothing you described will be considered an emergency. To get the court to issue an emergency order changing a custody order, you'll need to show either that the child is in danger of harm, or that there's some risk that the other parent will flee from the state with the child. The money issues aren't an emergency, and one parent not keeping the other parent informed is not generally an emergency.See question
My child was injured when another child pushed her and my child got a broken arm. The incident happened on school grounds. What can I do?
You're going to need to be able to show that someone at the school failed to do something that they should have done. It's not clear that they did, and I'd be very surprised if there are any records or witnesses which would show that the school, or any of their personnel, did anything wrong. You can consult a personal injury attorney, but it's unlikely that this case will go anywhere.See question