I offered custodial parent an opportunity for additional parenting time, which was accepted. I don’t have an acceptable time in which to schedule the make up time, so I am opting to forgo the two days I lost.
If it happens just one time, you're fine. You don't want it to become a pattern, though, because the custodial parent could try to use that behavior against you to suggest you are not interested in using all of your parenting time.
I have video proof of my daughter's father and his girlfriend being high while they have my daughter letting another kid hit my daughter out of anger my daughter's father coming at me rude and defensive in front of the kids
Technically, yes. However, in practice, most judges will require a landlord to show good faith in marketing and reletting the property to a new tenant, and generally a landlord is given 2-3 months for this purpose (some exceptions permitted for exceptional circumstances). Courts will usually...Read more »
In theory yes. However, after you leave the unit, the landlord has a duty to make a good faith effort to find another suitable tenant, and most judges will allow landlords 2-3 months to do this. Judges will usually be hesitant to find the tenant liable for anything more than that, under the...Read more »
We have been dating a year, they have been divorced 7 years and my presence has caused a heated court battle that I keep getting dragged into. I do not want my personal messages between us in court or her hands. Can I fight this as I am not a party in their custody battle.
That really depends on the specific facts of the situation and what evidentiary objections you may be able to present. This can be a complex issue, and you should seriously consider sitting down with an experienced family law attorney to go over your options.
I’m currently trying to see if I can transfer guardianship of my daughter from her current guardian to my mother (her grandmother) and make her the legal guardian. Her current guardian has moved her out of state without my knowledge.
That will largely depend on the girlfriend's background, and also whether you have a formal custody order in place (and what it says). You should speak with a family law attorney to discuss your case in more detail.
Your landlord would not be prevented from selling the property to another owner. However, whether the new owners are justified in filing an eviction against you would depend on if you have violated a term of the lease or one of the tenant obligations called for under Indiana law.
Debt was for boarding livestock. Land owner stopped paying me for farm labor so I stopped paying the board bill. Debt is from over 13 yrs ago. I dispute the debt and amt due to their handling of money owed to me for work done. I had been making small automated bill-pay paymentsover the years... Read more »
My daughter’s divorce was finalized in the first quarter of 2020 so she and her ex filed their 2019 taxes together. Fast forward to the stimulus monies. They have two children and agreed going forward they would each claim one as a defendant on their taxes. Because of filing jointly in 2019,... Read more »
If you are unable to negotiate a resolution with the other party, then your best bet may be to file a motion for rule to show cause (motion for "contempt") in the court where their divorce was finalized, and ask the judge to force him to pay her the money.
That would depend on a variety of factors, including whether the landlord knows of your presence there. However, if you are staying in a location and the landlord is trying to kick you out, it might be better to just negotiate with them and request adequate time to move, rather than risk having an...Read more »
My children are now both over 19 years old. Per Indiana law they are emancipated from child support. It was never set up to take child support out of my paycheck / wages. However I made all payments and my ex-wife will confirm that I have. What document(s) do I need to provide for the court as... Read more »
How did you pay her? If you paid with anything other than cash (e.g. checks, money orders, electronic payments) then the best thing to do is simply produce that documentation (cleared checks, money order receipts, etc.). If you paid by cash, then any receipts you received from the mother will help....Read more »
You would need to file a petition for grandparent visitation in the court that issued the guardianship. You should review Indiana Code 31-17-5 for more information on this process and the requirements. You may also want to consider speaking with an experienced family law attorney about your case....Read more »
If there is no court order in place, you need to file a petition to establish custody with your local court. If there is already an order in place, then you'll need to file a motion to modify that order. You should consider sitting down with an experienced family law attorney to discuss your...Read more »
Our neighbors have a sub woofer in their apartment and they play music all night long. We have called the complex’s courtesy officer, sent emails and have tried to set up meetings with management but they keep ignoring us. This has been going on for months and we have saved all our communication... Read more »
You should advise the landlord that you are prepared to take additional legal action if the problem is not quickly dealt with. A satisfactory informal resolution is probably your safest, quickest outcome here.
The answer would heavily depend on the specific facts of your case, but in most cases, parents cannot withhold children simply because the other parent has married. She may be in violation of the court's order. It might be worth your while to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to...Read more »
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