We are currently working on 50/50 custody at the moment but our son has been with me since birth. I live in Illinois and he would like to take our son to Louisiana for 3 months. He hasn't been consistent with his days to have him over night.
I plan to build a business/home tax office in the later future. I wanted to know if that's legal to do before I commit to buying the land. I wanted to rent parking spaces just temp. to make money but that's only short term while I gather money to build home/business.
This is about my divorced parents and 14 year old brother. My mom has my father pay $1000 a month for child support (it has not gone through the court ) she has scared him into thinking the court will make him pay up to $2000 or more (My Father installs Carpet for a living) and that he will no... Read more »
My husband has a current child support order for $862/mth for 2 children. The oldest son who is 18 is about to finish high school & we were told he needs to submit a modified order. Three months ago we had twins & we wanted to know if the new addition can be factored in the new order? We... Read more »
Can she file and get back child support? I have a 16 year old and I also support their mom is becoming difficult and wants to take me to child support and we've had an agreement with what I paid for over ten years now
My wife and I found ourselves in a considerable amount of debt in the last year because I had to take time off from my job and recuperate from surgery that I had. We just couldn't keep up with everything with the small amount of income that was coming in. We tried to do the right thing and... Read more »
I filed a motion in Aug requesting division of the marital home, in that motion I stated that she had made numerous 401k hardship withdrawals, then spent the money. At the trial opposing counsel filed and was granted a motion of limine. There is a court ordered sale of the marital home, the... Read more »
My father-in-law (Bob) his brother Norman (died) and had a deed to his house in his son's Len (died) name. Len's wife (Joann) died a week later. Now Joann's brother (Tom) opened probate cases on the estate of Len (for Norman's house) and Joann. Is he legally entitled to... Read more »
in an OP hearing, when the judge asked "you have two children together, is that correct", and my daughter answered "yes". He is NOT the father to the minor child. So my question: Is that the only court/hearing that "admission" could be used? IN A PROCEEDING to adjudicate parentage.
My husband and I are in good standing, but instability, physical/verbal abuse led to the separation. Due to his mental instability, I want full custody of our 1 1/2 year old son, but still want him to get some visitation rights. I'd like to use a mediator to save costs and the... Read more »
I am military and in the process of moving to a new location. I would like to take my children with me since their father does not work or have any support besides my income. I’m not sure if we can come up with a custody agreement or if I have to wait until I file for divorce?
We used money from sell of home to pay debt, work on and furnish a home we have financed. We are buried in debt now and went from 2 job household to one job household. We could afford pmts on home the house and a vehicle and that is it.
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