Moving a child out of state usually requires an agreement from the other parent or a Court Order. The fact that the father is not on the birth certificate, does not preclude the father from disagreeing with the move and filing a motion with the court. It is best to get an agreement or file a...Read more »
I have sole legal and physical custody of my child. I was reading through my order and came upon the part stating that neither party may remove the child from the state with out permission from the other party. I am understanding this as I may not move out of state without permission. I just wanted... Read more »
Yes, normally this is referring to 'relocating' with the child out of state. In order to relocate or move the child out of state, you will either need the approval from the other parent or a court order.
Taking the child out of the state for vacation, does not normally require...Read more »
Not sure of the entire situation here, but.... A judge will recuse himself/herself from a case when they feel there is a conflict of interest present in their continue representation, therefore a recusal means no longer being involved in the case to sign any future Orders.
Nevada does not recognize common law, but is a community property state. This means that anything that is acquired during the marriage, debts, properties and/or assets are subject to equitable division upon a divorce. Thus the house that was purchased during the marriage would have been subject...Read more »
since there is not much information on this question, its safe to assume that since you state he is your EX-husband that you have a divorce decree. this decree should have included the division of all your marital/separate property and debts and the vehicle which you mention should have been...Read more »
Nevada is a community property state and all assets and debts acquired during marriage are subject to equitable distribution. Also, depending on your situation, alimony/spousal support may also be something that you could be entitled to.
It is best to speak to an attorney to be sure...Read more »
My ex husband and I have been divorced a few years. We share 4 children. In our decree we each claim 2 of our children on our taxes. I have primary custody and he has visitations. This year our oldest son has stopped his visitations with my ex husband. He has solely lived with me since the first... Read more »
As long as one of the parties has lived in Nevada for at least 6 weeks prior to the filing of the Joint Petition and has established residency in Nevada, you can file the JP in Nevada. the JP can be notarized in the Philippines and filed with the court here in Nevada.
I agreed to leave the house because I have family here and she would've had to get an apartment. I also hoped she would come around to considering counseling first. She is adamant on divorce but wants to split all of the bills even though she's leaving there alone now. We are both on the... Read more »
The general rule is that while the parties are going thru the divorce process, they must maintain the status quo. This means that the mortgage and marital financial obligations such as bills, credit card payments, etc., must continue to be paid in the same manner and by the same party that was...Read more »
My husband has 2 kids by someone else . They were both living in San Diego . She had left to Las Vegas Nevada. So we decided to move to Las Vegas so he can be closer to his kids . Well we never saw them or she didn’t contact us . On his kids were about’s .... Read more »
Daughters father recently had a warrant for his arrest for child abused and neglect on another child living with him. I filed an ex parte when he was arrested on these charges. Can I keep my daughter until our next hearing?
If you feel that the child is in danger from being with the other parent due to his current arrest for abuse and neglectful then I would suggest filing a motion with the court for temporary orders before keeping the child away from the other parent. It is never a good idea to violate a current...Read more »
For the last 10 years, my family has lived away from our extended family due to work. I have been a stay at home mom for 10 years while my husband has worked and advanced his schooling and graduated from University. I have no more than a HS education and no skills to obtain a job to help support my... Read more »
Relocating children out of the state is a difficult thing to do without the other parent's consent. You will need to file a motion with the Court stating why it is in the children's best interest to be relocated and moved away from one of their parents.
If we do get divorced, he wants to file online for it's cheaper, faster, and easier. But I would have to agree to all his terms he has set out. He wants to keep our house so our kids can stay with him most of the time while I find a 2 bd apartment but claims we share 50/50 custody. He also... Read more »
No property together. I retired prior to us getting married. I'm not employed and she wants spousal support and my retirement. We have been living apart for the past 3-4 years. We were married in Las Vegas(where I live) and she lives in Ohio. Is she entitled?
She should not be entitled to your retirement as it was earned prior to your marriage. However, the income you receive from the retirement monthly may be used to calculate your total income in order to calculate spousal support amount.
It appears that since the child reached majority without any child support order in place, from either the family court or the district attorney child support division, you waived the right as you intentionally relinquished your right to child support by closing the support case.
My ex moved to be closer to his mom (she's his source of income). He's currently having mental health issues. He has talked about dating Jesus, seeing and hearing god, shooting demons, my oldest having a demonic name (she goes by a chosen name), and demons "attaching" themselves... Read more »
It appears from your message that you have reason for concern regarding his visitations with the kids. I am not certain what type of visitation dad has but you might want to consider filing a motion for modification of custody yourself if you are planning on keeping the kids away from him. This...Read more »
this and I have him more than his dad because my husband works out of state. We have been doing this arrangement for a year now, and just today she told me she is keeping their son on Sunday (which is the day we always switch off) because of Mother's Day and she still wants him back the... Read more »
Since it appears from your question that there is no legal custody order in place, Mom has the right to keep her son if she chooses without legal repercussions. I suggest that Dad file for custody and get a legally binding order in place for his custody rights and avoid any future issues like...Read more »
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