Father remarried after my mother passed. Items of mine and family members of my mother that she requested to be returned to her side of the family were never returned. I only learned of this death from a call of a debt collector trying to collect on something in my fathers name. Wife has never... Read more »
It could be difficult or impossible for you find anything belonging to your father. His will might have left everything to his spouse. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney to review all the facts and advise you of your options.
We were separated physically, but not yet legally. Can the spouse sell/refinance the house without the other persons knowledge? And conceal that they did that and hide the money? Criminal theft? Fraud? Domestic violence is also an issue. He took $88K
You need to file for divorce and either you or your counsel will need to carefully review all financial documents disclosed. Not sure why the house is only "titled in one name." If that means that the house was a premarital asset or that you signed a quit claim deed surrendering your...Read more »
A party to a court order may domesticate or register that order in Virginia if the Virginia court can exercise jurisdiction under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act. Notice of the proposed domestication or registration is served on the other party so he or she could contest...Read more »
I have a four year old daughter I gave temporary guardianship to my sister I went to probate court to terminate the guardianship due to my sister not letting me visit my daughter or let my daughter spend the night with me she don’t let me see my daughter at all…..I have a mental health... Read more »
You should closely review and comply with the terms of your Judgment or Order that established your custody. Missouri has a relocation requirements and notice in every custody judgment and parenting plan. I suggest you review and strictly comply with the relocation notice requirements.
We didn't really lived together for the last 5 years, he would visit, because he has a business abroad, and he would come and go every month or two weeks. Now we moved all together to Missouri, but he hasn't given me any money since May 2021, and I have been using my personal savings for... Read more »
If you have been in Missouri for at least 90 days, you can file a Petition for Dissolution or Legal Separation with the court and after your spouse is served with the Petition and accompanying documents then request temporary (also called Pendente Lite or PDL) Orders be entered regarding custody,...Read more »
I have a 9 year old sister that lives in Ohio. I’m 30. Our mother died in 2016. My step father, her bio father moved her to Ohio 3 years ago because we confronted him on neglect of her educational and medical needs not being met. He refuses to let any of our family see her or have any contact... Read more »
Can a judge force me to sell my house that I bought with the money I received from my husbands passing? I got remarried and paid for the house cash, my now husband has taken out the entire equity, to pay off his credit card debt. He agreed to pay it back, now he wants a divorce and has said the... Read more »
This is a complicated question with multiple steps. Step one is to determine what portion of the house (equity) is marital. You say that the deed lists you, your husband and your daughter. This could mean that you each have a 1/3 interest. It could mean that you and your husband have half and your...Read more »
Good afternoon. As a general rule, Puerto Rico courts procure that guardians of orphaned minors reside within the jurisdiction of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; unless no other alternative guardians are available to care for the minor. A custody case requires that close kin be present at the...Read more »
In my case , instead of State , the plaintiff ( bio dad) has brought a paternity suite in his own capacity using NE statute 43-1411. The children were born during marriage of my wife and myself. We do not have any divorce decree entered. 43-1411 allows state/alleged father/mother to file paternity... Read more »
When a child is born during the marriage, there is a marital presumption that the child born during the marriage is a child of the marriage. If the parties remain married, they could object to a third party trying to establish paternity and argue that the marital presumption prevents the third...Read more »
I am starting to panic. I have exhausted every option, and I’m running out of time! My lawyer quit at the same time that my dad was in ICU for almost a month, I had a baby, my Aunt was hospitalized with COVID, my baby sister got married.... it was all so much at once.
I’m sorry to hear you are going through a rough time. You can try contacting Legal Aid to see if you qualify for their assistance. Additionally, you can call the state bar to inquire about any pro bono attorneys in your area. Plus, most attorneys do take credit cards, which may make it easier for...Read more »
My daughter passed away from covid right after having her baby. Baby is premature and was in the nicu. Acknowledgement of paternity was never established with her boyfriend but hospital still released the baby to him. Would I need to file an emergency custody order or temporary custody to get him... Read more »
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