A person receiving money in an inheritance can do whatever they want with it. They can waive some of their inheritance if they wish, but the easier thing to do would be to just transfer some of their inherited funds to the parties who did not receive anything.
When I go on the website there's only one separation agreement and there isn't a place for me to say it's for a dissolution. I'm not sure where to find the one I need. And if I'm supposed to use that one I'm not sure how I'm supposed to say it's for a... Read more »
It does not need to say it's for a dissolution. In either a divorce or dissolution by agreement the separation agreement is only a part of the total judgment that divides assets and debts between the parties.
My daughter was an unmarried minor when she had my grandson and they lived with me for 2 years until she graduated high school. She has kept any contact with my grandson for the past 6 months, ever since someone called CPS on her. I have tax documents, a witness, and pictures that I would like to... Read more »
A grandparent has the right to seek reasonable visitation of grandchildren if the parents are not married and at no time were married to one-another. An analysis is conducted on the best interest of the child standard. However, special weight is given to the parent as to whether it is in the best...Read more »
A friend performed the wedding and I just found out that he was not registered with the state at the time. I'm not sure if anyone was aware of it at the time. He didn't register until 2 years afterwards. I want a divorce now i am not sure if I should file for an annulment instead. There... Read more »
In Ohio, if the noncustodial parent has either 1) not had more than de minimus contact with or 2) failed to provide support to the child for one year or more, you do not need their consent to the stepparent adoption.
No. If you want her to remain in Ohio you will need to file for divorce and seek a restraining order preventing her from taking marital property outside of the state. Absent a court order you cannot prevent her from driving the car.
My husband and I have had full custody of his 13 year old son for over 10 years now. Mom has since had another child who is now 6 years old which custody was given to her mother who has since passed away. The child is now back in her mothers care but need to know how to help grandma/ myself get... Read more »
If the child is not going to be placed with child services because of the mother's drug use, then you or the grandmother can file a private custody action in Juvenile court. You or her will need to prove 1) that the mother is unfit and 2) that putting the child in the care of a non-parent is...Read more »
The father doesn’t live in the house with the child and has no court rights. The mother and father never married and he want to put a restraining order against someone who lives in the house with the child so they have to leave.
I've had custody of a family members child for 2 years, the child has lived with me for over 4 years. No order of support was made due to their living on government assistance at the time. They always stated they would send money but never did. They cut off communication except for 2 hours at... Read more »
You need to file a motion to modify custody in the court that currently has the existing order. You will likely then need to transfer jurisdiction to where the child currently lives. You will be arguing that the mother has abandoned the child per the perales standard and have a strong likelihood of...Read more »
I am exe of an estate. I am beneficiary of funds from Merrill Lynch acct. lawyer said if it was someone else I would have to give the funds to them. He said since I am the beneficiary I have to put it in her estate. The transfer was after death and I had already talked to Merrill Lynch. Is this... Read more »
Me and my fiance live in ohio and he is going through a divorce. His ex is dating someone who has past domestic cases that are ten plus years old but he threatened us in November which was reported to the local police and we also believe they may be using drugs because she is acting differently... Read more »
i dont have income coming in right as now but i just started a new job and will soon. my children's father thinks him and his girlfriends kids are more important then taking care of our kids. i just need legal need to get full custody and get him on child support. we agreed on a certain amount... Read more »
Can I cancel the agreement? And he won't give me any receipts that I paid him up front...and he also lied about the amount he promised my bf working for him. We were helping him out with letting him have the job and getting his name out there and he tried to pull one over on us...do we have... Read more »
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