My ex wants to take and get all the money she can from me and out of me with the baby that she's having. Since, I'm in the military that is what her aim is. Also, she already has a son that is 7 years old. I was informed that she will put him on...
You sound disgusting. Grow some integrity and embrace your child and commit to love and support that child for his or her whole life.
"Before she puts me thru this situation" is such whining. You both got her pregnant and you put yourself in this situation. But even more so, you put this innocent child into this situation.
I was married a few months ago in Washington. I was living in Michigan at the time. My son and I moved here, and now I want to move back to Michigan with my son. Is that legal? Would I get in trouble for moving with him before filing for divorce? ...
No move. The jurisdiction of the child is where the child lived for the last 6 months. However, if the child is not of this marriage, then move. Your husband may file here and I don't know what property you two would be dividing, but with such a short term marriage, I doubt this is a major problem. Whichever laws you go by may make a different. Without more facts, I can't speculate. You may also want to discuss this with a Michigan attorney.See question
Attached exhibits that were provided with judge's working copies. Must those exhibits be provided in order for petitioner to properly respond? What recourse if exhibits not provided before hearing in Pierce County, WA Superior court?
Be proactive and track down the missing documents yourself. This doesn't absolve the other side from not getting all documents to you, but you don't want to have the judge seeing anything you haven't seen.See question
I got served Friday with an ex parte restraining order and a proposed parenting plan. The Ex Parte was signed by the judge and ppp was not. The Ex Parte says I cannot remove my son from the state right now. But do I have to honor the parenting pl...
The key to your question is that this is just a "proposed" parenting plan. You are not compelled to do anything. However you need to prepare and submit your own proposed parenting plan alerting the court to the concerns you have for your child.See question
In refinancing our current home as an investment property, and buying a new home to live in, I am the only one on both mortgages because he's been spottily employed and/or on unemployment for the last 18 months. He refuses to cover himself medical...
The way to protect yourself is perhaps to file for a legal separation. This is tough medicine, but separates the two of you from having community property. Community property can be looked to for collection of community debts. A simple quit claim deed removing him from title won't cut it.See question
What are some key things to put in place in a parenting plan to make it as peaceful as possiblke?
That is way too broad and the specifics of the questioner's situation would really help. Generally, the parenting plan sets up some boundaries and schedules so that the parents can have a plan in place, even when they can't talk with each other.
Boundaries are even more important with the habit has been for one parent to control things and kind of walk over the other.
Not only has she come after him for child support and back child support but now that him and I are having a baby she is jealous and won't let us have the kids at all. She claims she has legal rights to do so but I think otherwise there is no pare...
You can trump this power play by mom. Your fiance has to get to court to get an actual parenting plan ordered. He can also stop the child support, but has to have a court order to get it done. As father he has every right to present his view of the best interests of his children.
It sounds like mother's fitness is a good issue for you, but the longer your fiance waits, the more likely mom will argue that he was ok with the kids being with her.