Each of you have the right to take the children anywhere you think is appropriate. If you think that a place is dangerous you can discuss that with the mother or go to court and try to get a court order stopping her from going. If you are talking about relocating, then she would need either your...Read more »
You cannot withhold support unless you get a court order to do so. You say the incident happened in France but don't say where the children live. If they live in NY, you can go to Family Court and ask for an order of protection on their behalf.
He has been threatening me for years in kicking me out for no reason and threatening to call the cops on me.He called the police on me and lied to them telling them I steal his stuff, and that I get violent.When in fact he is the aggressor. He goes around to neighbors and spreads lies about me.I... Read more »
The order of visitation is a court order that needs to be followed. If you don't follow it then you are in contempt. Try working this out with the other parent. See if they will agree to a test here in NY for the virus.
My child support arrangement was unique in that we each agreed to cover 60 / 40 % respectively. I received a judgment for $30 k which is currently being violated and with support enforcement on the trail. My kids are now adults. If i don’t call this judgement out in a will , is it lost? It’s... Read more »
Since you have guardianship of the children you can file a writ in Family Court for their return that would get you into court much sooner. At the same time you can file for guardianship of the other child.
I was going to leave and he said that if I did, he would only let me take one, not both. He said that in ny I have no more rights to them then he does and so the cops cannot get involved. That they cannot stop me from leaving with them but that if he is physically holding one, they cannot make him... Read more »
To begin with, if there is no acknowledgement of paternity signed by both of you he is not legally the father in NY until he goes to court and gets an Order of Filiation. If there is an acknowledgement, you can just leave with both children when he is not around and then file for custody in Family...Read more »
You say it is on the "transcript", if it is on the COURT transcript then the court should modify the order and there is nothing to sign. It the transcript is something else it probably doesn't comply with the requirements to modify an agreement. You should take it to a lawyer and...Read more »
If you are seeking to do the divorce on your own, you can either download the required documents and instructions on the NY Courts website or go the the Bronx Supreme Court and pick up a pro-se divorce packet (which contains the forms and documents). If you are looking or a lawyer, call the Bronx...Read more »
The problem you will probably run into is that your divorce agreement probably has a clause that says the agreement can only be modified by a writing acknowledged in a certain way. If you didn't follow that requirement, you probably won't win.
Most stips allow for a modification. You should check your stip to see if it does and what the procedure is to modify the stip. If you don't follow the procedure as required, the modification isn't binding.
I have 2 siblings whom dont get the same treatment that I do and both of my parents are in law enforcement, I'm not gonna specify what they do to me because I dont wanna type it but lets just say it takes up my entire day and leaves me with no time for school work. My mom is abused as well but... Read more »
Unfortunately, the only way to terminate parental rights is for the Department of Social Services to file neglect petitions against your parents. Once you are 18 and self supporting, you no longer have to have contact with your parents if you don't want. At this time you have to either stick...Read more »
My husband filed divorce papers for through the NYC DIY service. I was served the paperwork and the place, date and time of marriage is incorrect. We legally married in a court house in NY but he stated that we were married at a beach how will the affect our divorce. If I sign the papers will we... Read more »
He can amend the papers or you answer the papers with your own action for a divorce including the correct information and submit what you want in any decree. At that point, your husband can agree to what you have asked or the two of you can appear in court and work it out quickly.
I am a 15 year old, female, and I believe that my situation has crossed into abusive and neglectful. My mother has over the years shown signs of hateful behavior towards me and refuses to see me as anything other than my father, whom she has left as of 5 years ago. It hurts yes, but I seek an... Read more »
It would be difficult for you to become emancipated as you cannot support yourself. You can however, report what is going on to the Department of Social Services who will investigate and take action if things are as bad as you say.
We lived in Chicago for 3 years while my husband was in graduate school. I separated from my husband over a month ago. He has been verbally and emotionally abusive,and one day he became physical in front of our child, and I ended up at the police station filing a report for domestic violence.... Read more »
If you have lived in NY for over 6 months then NY is the home state of the child for custody and visitation purposes. If you were to move without your husband's agreement, he could bring on an action for custody. If that happens, the court can order the child to be returned to NY. You would...Read more »
If you signed an acknowledgment of paternity in the hospital, then you both have equal rights to the child. You therefore can bring the child to your house. If an acknowledgment was not done, you have no "formal" rights until you are established as the father. You would do that by...Read more »
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