I am in accounting and last week I left a job with a software company to join a hospitality company. A former coworker I used to supervise had asked when I was leaving where I was going. I told him and nothing else was discussed. When I started at my new company he texted me and said he had applied... Read more »
The answer to this question depends on the specific language used in your non-compete with regard to the solicitation of employees. If your former employer contends that you violated your agreement, you should reach out to a Colorado employment attorney for a consultation and review of your...Read more »
Unexpected death in immediate family out of state, nobody was willing/able to watch my dog while I was gone for the service. I could not board him on such short notice due to the boarding facility never having boarded my dog before. Explained situation to vet and they found a rescue for my dog to... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. Will your ex agree to allow you to have care in order to take them to school? Can they take a school bus? The children do need to attend school. Generally an emergency involves abuse or neglect so it would be best to look at options outside of an emergency...Read more »
Should I ask the court to terminate my maintenance payment to my ex when he is harassing/stalking me at my residence? He also wants my life insurance policy money which I think it is a threat to my safety. I have a few monthly payments left per separation agreement, however I have missed some... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. Non modifiable means non modifiable. As far as harassment or stalking, you can make a report to the police or if you are in fear of imminent danger could petition for a protection order.
We are going through a divorce and the town has now rented a property purchased by us, the town to him for one year. This act caused many problems and turned an amicable divorce ugly with children involved.
I am sorry to hear about your situation. This question is not covered under domestic relations law. It sounds as though your question may relate to conflict of interest employment issues. You may wish to post in employment law.
My ex cheated with same guy 15 years now she’s gone and doesn’t even call them. She left me to go and be with him. Now I have been told that they are likely not mine as she has been obsessed with this person her entire life. Now im raising the kids alone and they are off living their fantasy.... Read more »
In domestic relations court, child support can only go back to the date of filing. You can file for support and a determination of paternity now. If the children were born during a marriage between you and the mother and/or if your name is on the birth certificates, then you are the presumed father.
This language means that the parties can come to their own agreement. If they do not agree, then the court order must be followed. So, in this case, there is supervised visitation for 4 hours every weekend, but the parties may agree to some other schedule.
I appeared in front of the judge today on a probation complaint hearing in which the judge moved forward with a status update hearing scheduled for August 23rd. However, My sentence will discharge on August 7th. So not sure what this means. I was not notified today that I will not be discharging on... Read more »
You should show up to court on August 23, 2021. Since any violation of probation is claimed to have happened prior to your discharge date, you continue to be on probation. You are entitled to be advised regarding how you violated probation. You are presumed innocent and sometimes a modification...Read more »
Support order from 2016 says the other parent can claim every other year if child support is paid in full. This hasn't been an issue because child support hasn't been paid in full at any time since then. I just want to modify the order so that I am the only one who claims the child unless... Read more »
Most parents alternate the tax benefits. You can see if the other parent will agree. You can always ask for a modification, however you would have to justify why it would be in the best interests of the child for you to take the tax benefit each year.
My ex wife was pregnant before we were married. She had the child after we were married, so my name is on the birth certificate. She has told me that she wants me to have no contact with the child anymore. I am paying about 300 dollars a month for child support. Am I able to get my name off of the... Read more »
Do I have a certain amount of time that I am granted to respond before the judge can rule on this motion? It appears that my ex and her attorney filed the motion on July 19th and the Judge granted the order the same day before I even had a chance to respond. Can they do this?
There is an irrigation canal behind our subdivision with a road alongside it that we often use to walk our dog. Sometimes we need to get home faster from the walk, so we asked a homeowner whose driveway connects up with the canal road if we can use his driveway to cut through occasionally and get... Read more »
The question comes down to who owns the property and who merely has certain rights to use it. Most of the time, though not always, one party is the owner and the other two have easements allowing them to use the owner's road or driveway. I suggest you find out from a title company or a trip to...Read more »
You do not necessarily need a separation agreement just because you and your spouse are separating. You will need a "Separation Agreement" in order to finalize a divorce. This agreement contains details regarding your property division and support issues. Leaving the house is not usually...Read more »
The answer to this question requires A LOT more information. Some of the questions I would need answered are the following: Does person A live with person B or did the person A trespass into person B's home to get the gun and clips? What is the nature of the relationship between person A...Read more »
I have gotten my discharge in chapter 7, but I am considering filing for a motion to abandon on my house. I’ve lost my job and need to get something more affordable. I am worried that since the housing market is up, it will be worth
More now than when I filed. If it does, and I get more... Read more »
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