Me and the father have been separated 3 months his new girlfriend who he was having an affair with who is the reason why me and my 7 year old are in therapy has felt comfortable enough to now go to my daughter's therapy appointments with the fathe...
Yes, you can and should bring all of this up in mediation. Generally speaking, unless the therapist specifically asks to see the girlfriend (and even then, if you object it will not happen) she really does not have a role here.See question
If the child is born and we still haven't talked and he wants to find out what or where his child is, what are the steps for him in finding that information out?
Probably the only thing the father needs to do to find this child is to find you, and I'm assuming you're not all that hard to fine. I strongly recommend against hiding from the father unless there is some danger involved in being around him. From your perspective, at this point I would just continue along with your pregnancy, give birth, and start raising this child. When the father wants to be part of this child's life the father will reach out, and you will both of them need to make decisions at that time.See question
I have tried to be civil with him and try to talk about taking turns on seeing our unborn child when it comes but he refuses to be civil and tells me he wants to see the child all the time. He doesn't know what gender we are having and he won't re...
It sounds to me as if your boyfriend is a little freaked out over what's happening, which is not all that unusual. Assuming your boyfriend is the father, (and I mean no disrespect when I say that, I am simply being a lawyer) he certainly will have custodial rights, as well as obligations to pay child support. I wonder if he realizes he has an obligation to contribute to the child support.
Certainly his behavior leading up to the birth and after the birth will be a factor the court will consider in the context of making custodial decisions. I strongly recommend you consult with an experienced family law attorney who can provide you some solid advice based upon all the facts as you can give to that person. Good luck with thisSee question
My boyfriend and I got into a argument this morning. We were driving and he started pulling out my hair and shaking me while I was driving. I hit him back in self defense. I called the police and told them. They put a emergency protective restrain...
You now have three days to get into court and obtain a temporary restraining order against your boyfriend. You can go to the courthouse where you live and they should have a family law or domestic violence self-help center where you can obtain help for free. You need to do this on Monday since the emergency order you receive will expire if you don't do anything further. As for your specific Question about whether you can go to jail for hitting in self-defense, nobody can predict the future, but generally speaking the answer is no, assuming your self defense was appropriate for the situation. If you can afford an attorney to help you with this I strongly recommend you consult with one. Good luck with this.See question
The grandma has emergency guardianship. I was never notified by the mother. We had a court date and the grandma is using my past criminal history even before we had the children. Will she get custody of the children?
No one is going to be able to answer your question because nobody can predict the future. Also, we have virtually no facts upon which to even provide guidance. I assume you are the father, and I Soum something dramatic occurred because the child was taken away from you and your mom, or maybe just take it away from the mom. I recommend you contact an attorney who can help you get in touch with the social workers and figure out what's going on.See question
I dated this woman for 4 years. I thought we were exclusive. Out of the blue in December 2016 she tells me we are done and no further contact. Three weeks later I get a text from to stay away from her and find out it's her husband. Three days late...
You might be able to sue her for fraud in small claims court. That is a system where lawyers are not involved. I don't recommend it. I think you should just close the door on this relationship and let it go. I can think of nothing constructive coming from you keeping her in your life by suing her.See question
my ladys babys dad never lets her see him and always calls vops on her for no reason and he naglects him he leaves him on floor and he goes in his room to masterbate all day and whem we get her son back he has a rash so bad all over his bottum bec...
It is highly unlikely that this child will ever be "signed over" to you. It does sound like the child is in distress and probably the best thing you can do for that child is to contact Department of Children and Family Services.if you call 911 they will send someone out. Baron mind that if the child is in danger of any kind the social workers will remove the child from the home, even the home of the mother. Once that happens, the county will investigate what to do with this child to put the child in the safest environment possible. Based on your description of what's going on here, that might mean being placed into a foster home.See question
In a section in the marital settlement agreement, under "reps and warrants", regarding community assets unaccounted for, it says at the end...."The Court Also Orders.....[ "these warranties are independent of and survive any claim of merger into t...
A marital settlement agreement is a contract, whereas a judgment is a court order. Generally speaking, the judgment is executed after the contract,essentially replacing the contract. The provision you asked about makes it clear that it is the intention of the parties that the provisions of the contract that are essentially unique to the two of them (the representations and warranties, in this case) will continue and will survive even after the terms of the marital settlement agreement are incorporated into a subsequently executed judgment.See question
I know California laws are more forgiving when it comes to adultery but what are my chances that I would get anything out of this divorce? I want to keep the house, but he makes more than I do.
The adultery will have nothing to do with what you do or do not get out of this marriage. You absolutely have rights, however, and you really should consult with a lawyer before you walk away from those rights. For example, just because he makes more money automatically give him the right to "keep" the house. Based upon when the house was acquired, it may very well be that you are entitled to one half of whatever the equity in the house he is. Also, if he makes more money than you he may very well end up paying you some spousal support. There are a lot of things that can happen in a case like this. Consult with a lawyer.See question