I was physically attacked by my 14 yr old in front of my 3 little ones. She scratched me up and pulled out some hair before I could get away. I also scratched her in the process of getting away. As soon as I could I got the littles into a bedroom and locked the door, I called 911. When the police... Read more »
Yes! However, if there is a court order of custody until he has graduated from high school or supposed to graduate from his regularly-matriculated class, there may be some kind of child support issue. Also, if there is some kind of guardianship order of your son, that would need to be considered...Read more »
My ex gave up rights to visitation. Gave me sole legal and physical custody. She doesnt have to pay support. Wife and i just paid a lawyer to terminate my ex wifes rights based on abandonment and file for adoption. She has not talk to or seen our daughter for over 6 and a half years.
You state in your question that you have paid a lawyer to terminate your ex-wife's parental rights, which I assume is in the context of your current wife seeking to adopt your child. You must consult with you existing attorney, or specifically consult another attorney for a second opinion...Read more »
You can, it just depends on whether the bank finds out and demands that there be a refinance or assumption of the mortgage. I have seen where the mortgage company did nothing for years because the house payment continued to be made.
You have asked several questions, but I think the answer to all of them is, it depends on what is stated and directed in the will. You should sit down with an experienced lawyer and have her/him review the will specifically to advise you on what must/must not happen and where there is discretion...Read more »
i live with mom and i hate it here i feel alout better at my dads, my mom treats me bad and i dont feel wanted and i was wondering if u move out and live with my dad and she calls a run away is there anything the cops can do if it is my choice to live with my dad and not ny mom i am 17.
I also just found out that her step dad got handsy with her, she went to her grandparents and told them, they told mom. Mom does not believe her but she did tell him to leave, she told her father but she will not let her talk to her dad without mom in same room she wants to know what she tells her... Read more »
There are several things your daughter can do to protect herself and the baby; you will want to consult with an experienced lawyer to determine what steps to take or not take given your daughter's circumstances.
Many times unmarried fathers threaten to take custody of an unborn or...Read more »
I currently have close to 50/50 custody with my ex (I have physical custody) and my little brother, a convicted felon, is planning on moving in with us for a few months. None of his charges involve children, and none are violent (except he got convicted of possession of a fire arm by a felon but... Read more »
Given the facts you have presented in your question, it is unlikely that your situation would result in a change in custody. However, if there are additional negative facts, a change in custody is possible. Your ex could seek some kind of restraining order prohibiting you from having your...Read more »
I was ordered to pay 316$ but it was modified to 266$ before it became final because I have another child, but they did not reduce the backed child support, I also changed jobs because the previous one was seasonal and I needed a permanent job but I get paid less now I get 10.50 an hr. I used to... Read more »
In Utah, by law, you usually cannot change your back child support obligation, and a judge can only modify child support "back" to the date of filing of a petition to modify your child support obligation. You should consult with an experienced lawyer to discuss the full specifics of your...Read more »
In Utah, a home equity loan would usually not be considered income for the purpose of changing child support amounts. There are many factors that go into the calculation of child support, so it is recommended that you seek the advice of an experienced lawyer to review all the facts of your...Read more »
This is a very difficult question that is very fact specific. You need to seek the advice of a lawyer to discuss the particular facts of your situation, as it may not be necessary or in you or your child's best interest for you to have your parents have "full custody" in order for...Read more »
My ex wife's boyfriend is there everyday and receives mail at her address. Our divorce stipulation states that if she remarries or cohabitates then alimony discontinues. She denies to my daughter that he is living there despite him being there every day and night and moving out of his apartment.
Under current Utah law regarding alimony and cohabitation, you likely have to prove that she is cohabiting "in a marriage-like relationship." If it is a Utah case, you should consult with a Utah lawyer and discuss the additional particular facts of your case.
Whether or not you have to give your ex first pick to watch the kids depends on the custody and parent-time orders in your case. You need to read that order and any statutes referenced by the order to determine this issue. A quick appointment with an attorney with those documents should answer...Read more »
The legal answer is always, "It depends". Generally any income earned during the marriage is marital property, which would include any overpaid taxes that would result in a tax return refund. Consult with an attorney to discuss the particulars of your case.
When I got divorced I carried my 2 kids on my insurance plan. It goes in 3 stages. Individual, +1, and family. So we took the family price and minus the individual price then divided it by 2 and got our price we split. I have since got married and added my wife and her 3 kids to my plan and I still... Read more »
In Utah, the correct formula is to take the entire amount of the insurance, regardless of the various pricing structure, divide it by the number of people covered (including your new wife and 3 kids), multiply that number by the number of children with your ex-wife covered by the plan, then divide...Read more »
He has 4 other kids with 4 other woman. He dont have a job and he is incarcerated. He does not plan on working for the rest of his life. I always work. Will I end up paying child support? If I end up paying child support is there anyway I can have custody if the child if the Mother is living off... Read more »
In Utah, a spouse is not liable for a new spouse's child support obligation. It is unlikely that you can obtain custody of a step child on the basis that the natural mother with custody of the children is living on government support. You will need to consult with a Georgia lawyer to learn...Read more »
You need to file a parentage action in the appropriate court to establish your deceased fiancé as the father so that he can be added to the birth certificate. There may be a jurisdictional issue depending on where your child was conceived, where the biological father died, etc. A lawyer can help...Read more »
Alimony is the area where judges have the most discretion. The primary factors in order of importance are (1) recipient spouse's need, (2) payor spouse's ability to pay, and (3) length of the marriage and standard of living during the marriage. There are many other factors as well, but...Read more »
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