1- After filing an RFO in family court, how many days before the hearing must the other party be served and what code section is that is in? 2- If the party was served after the deadline, can they not show up at the hearing based on having been se...
It's unclear from this question whether you are the moving party or the responding party. If the moving party and you did not serve on time, then the Court may reissue your motion at the time of the hearing to allow for timely service. If you are the responding party, appear in Court and request additional time since you were untimely served. On a practical note, if you are the responding party and were served late, but still have to respond, then just move forward rather than awaiting a second hearing date. Best of luck.See question
I owe 5 years in back child support.my son is 20.iam a independent contractor.i have a intent to suspend on driving license.temp license expires 3/21/16.
Contact DCSS and find out (1) how much in total that you owe, (2) how much you have to pay per month to get your drivers license back, and (3) whether the total amount owed is due to the state or the mother, as that will also help determine whether you can participate in the compromise of arrears program. Best of luck.See question
I share custody with father. I had visitation for this past weekend 1-22-16. Father sent a text on 1-6-16 requesting children for the weekend of 1-22-16. I did not respond until 1-8-16. Father then told me he already made plans and that he was goi...
File a declaration with the court (prior to the hearing) and testify in Court regarding the incident. If this has happened in the past as well, make sure you document those instances too.See question
My husband and I haven't been doing well for almost a year. I think it's time for us to separate. The house is under his name and we recently got into a big argument and he kicked me out of the house.
I agree with the prior response. Additionally, you should consult with an attorney, as more information is needed (i.e., do you have kids, the length of your marriage, when the home was purchased, etc.). If your husband kicked you out of the home, you need to anticipate other actions he may take as well (i.e., closing bank accounts). Filing a Petition for Dissolution may be your best bet, as the Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders will be in place when your husband is served.See question
My child's father went to jail for 60 days 12/18/2015 I filed for full custody and child support on 12/31/2015, he did get served by the jail
I agree with the prior response. More information is needed such as the following: What was the schedule prior to him going to jail? Why did he go to jail? Was he convicted of anything? Contact an attorney in your area, explain your specific case facts and then determine the best course of action. Best of luck.See question
Before I recently gained full custody of my 2 kids, I was required to pay child support and provide medical, vision and dental insurance for the kids. During court, the judge stated we both need to pay for the kids insurance, but I asked my ex and...
I recommend looking at your current order, as the court usually orders the parties to equally split uncovered medical expenses and child care. This is different than actual health insurance coverage, which the court usually orders the parent who has the best policy to provide coverage. The premium payment is then taken into consideration when calcuating the monthly child support amount.See question
I had an FL-341 and mediation report order drawn up and filed in court in January 2012. Then in June of 2013 another FL-341 and mediation report was drawn up for some similar items addressed in the January 2012 order but not all. Are the rest o...
Generally, all prior orders not in conflict with the recent order remain as is.See question
My son has joint custody with his ex-girlfriend over our granddaughter. He recently had a stroke and he is unable to take care of our granddaughter. Mother is taking advantage of the situation and is not letting us see the child at all. My son has...
You can request visitation as the grandparents but additional information about your case will be needed (i.e., how often you saw your grandchild before the stroke, the bond between you and your grandchild, etc.). Your son should also seek to enforce his visitation time. I highly suggest you speak with an attorney in your area who can obtain more specific facts about your case and provide you with your options. Best of luck.See question
Can you be expected to follow through on a judgment made for the final stages of a divorce if the divorce hasnt been finalized yet?
I agree with the first response. More information is needed to assess whether or not you need to comply with the terms now.See question