What should an American man do? His ten year old British daughter tells him that because she does not want to comply with United States, paternity, child custody and child support laws, she will not visit the United States before her 18 birthday?
Do you have an enforceable parenting plan here, in the US? That retained jurisdiction? If so you would bring the mother in for contempt for violating the parenting plan.See question
My ex who my son father I get mentally abuse from.I like move away with my son and we not married.
If you do not have a parenting plan you are not violating any order if you move. To be safest you should petition the court to establish a parenting plan for where you are moving and get an immediate order restraining the father.See question
My ex makes $150.000 a year now in 2017. The last order is from 2012 at only $458 a month.
You might have a built in adjustment in your order of child support. If not you can motion for an adjustment or petition, two different processes. I suggest meeting with an attorney unless you already go through support enforcement. If so DCS can help you.See question
My five year old was removed from my home, the court found safety issues due tot DV. My ex husband was givin a 60 month sentence and already out of the home when the court made this decision in November. I have done everything the court has asked ...
If you are asking if you can change the trial date, probably not. You could possibly file a motion for temporary relief if the commissioner will allow it. Your case sounds complicated and you might consider meeting with an attorney.See question
my ex wife included some language that basically said i was mentally unstable in our original parenting and in a hurry to get the divorce done and dusted i just signed off on everything without thinking about future impact. she just moved so we're...
You might look to your dispute resolution clause and see if that is something that can be mediated, if you in fact have mediation as your first step. Other than that you would have to file for a minor modification of the parenting plan. The process is not easy and not cheap so weigh your options. I suggest meeting with experienced attorneys, most offer free or low cost consults.See question
Were not married, only engaged. 19 years. Two children together, (16 & 8). She has decided to leave me, and says either I have to move out, or she will but if she does the kids are going with her. We have lived here all of both kids lives. They ...
You should file a Petition to Establish a Residential Schedule in the county you live. Immediately. And file a motion for either an immediate restraining order or temporary orders to be heard to establish a temporary parenting plan and child support during the pend-ency of the action. You might want to meet with experienced family law attorneys, most offer free or low costs consults, to help guide you.See question
My husband and I are basically housemates and wish to remain so. We are not sure whether we want to divorce. May we file for a legal separation?
Yes. Your date of separation will then be the date you file unless you make it otherwise. You can do the same if you file for dissolution, you are free to live where you want.See question
I filed a motion for major modification recently because I want to spend more time with my girls and take them on an international trip for 2 weeks. The judge found that there was no adequate cause for modification so I wasn't rewarding any more t...
There is not way to predict what a judge would order. First you would want to check your dispute resolution clause, often parties agree in their final orders to use an alternative dispute resolution when conflicts arise.See question
My husband wants to file divorce the reason is compatibility am not working I only working parttime I love my son his 56 and am 36 years old a
You both have rights as parents. From the limited information you gave you might have an argument to be the primary parent, meaning your child with you more. I suggest meeting with an experienced family law attorney to get more specifics.See question
My daughter's father left when she was 3 months and has never contributed any form of parenting or child support at any point in her life. I have not kept in touch with him to seek out any assistance as I've been a sufficient supporter on my own ...
There is a possibility.. you need to file a Petition for a Residential Schedule and get a parenting plan. There are many different possibilities how that could play out depending on how the father engages in the process. At minimum I would venture to guess he would have restricted, supervised and limited visitation for awhile. I suggest seeing an attorney to review the process and your options.See question