It's a violation on a order for in lieu of maintenance since 2012. the company that served him messed up and didn't file proof of service nor give me a copy to to do it til 3 mos later. H e and his lawyer showed up so obviously he was served, but it was not calendared, and became paper... Read more »
Ex-spouse refuses to follow through with property agreement set in divorce decree. Currently financially frozen. How do I go about enforcing? What kind of lawyer do I get? Divorce or Property/Real Estate.
answered on Mar 10, 2020
You will need a lawyer as this is a fairly challenging piece
good evening, to sum up my situation my boyfriend had called ACS on his sister due to child neglection. this has been going on before and even when i started dating him and witness the actions but i never got involved because he was already going to call because he was fed up, when he called ACS he... Read more »
change all legal documentation, making himself a sole owner of all the houses, trusts, insurance policies, LLC’s, etc. He stole over $15 mil while my mom is still alive.
answered on Jan 7, 2020
You need to retain an attorney familiar with Surrogate court proceedings.
I'm the executor of his will
answered on Jan 6, 2020
You need an attorney who practices in Surrogate Court
. And ask to take my son and the cops were really upset because he didn’t communicate with me first or he hasn’t been going by the order .i explained to them wats been going on and showed the the order and proof that I’ve been reaching out . I don’t know what else to do it’s going on 4... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2020
You need to file a Violation and a Modification Petition
I have my niece with autism whom my mother and I had joint guardianship for her until her 18th birthday after her mother passed away in 2007. She lived with my mother in nyc and my mother passed away November 12th 2019. I brought her upstate to reside with me in Rensselaer, since there were no... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2020
You need to file an Order to Show cause in either Surrogate or family Court
I have physical custody in my divorce decree issued in NYS in 2017. I moved this past summer back to NYS with my son and had a verbal agreement with his father that he will enroll him in school in Brooklyn and have physical custody until Feb. His father is now not allowing me to contact him or... Read more »
I have full legal and physical custody of my 2 children and their grandmother on the mothers side filed a petition for visitation.
So I am wondering if NY recognizes grandparents rights? The mom already has visitation at the grandmother's house but now the grandmother wants her own... Read more »
The court order? court order allowed family members to supervise temp order says visits at a safe exchange program
Denied copies of any papers. And never notified about anything. What can I do in this situation?
My daughter has weekend visit with her mom. The Mothers son father is not allowed to be at the house during any of the visits, my daughter told me that the Mother's boyfriend is there every weekend.
What will be the next step taken by the court once this order is reported as being... Read more »
answered on Dec 8, 2019
The court should fashion a disposition in keeping with the best interests of your daughter.
Mother full custody since 2008, father appealed same year but never completed anger management. So appeal has not been honored.
How could custody be overturned with appeal still in process. Would son have to file? Could father refile?
answered on Dec 4, 2019
All things being equal a 16 year old has significant say
I was wrongfully placed in injuction unable to even respond, however I feel as if the judge disagrees with the extreme financial inequality, and perhaps waiting for me to either respond or at least give my side, and truthfulness of the matter.
2 years Divorced. Ex was awarded home in divorce decree. We (myself and he) agreed he could have the house provided HE pay all the transfer fees associated with removing my name from the mortgage. He even provided a notarized statement to the judge that he would remove me from the mortgage after... Read more »
answered on Nov 26, 2019
You need to file a post judgement divorce proceeding seeking enforcement and contempt
The child is not a relative of ours and there is no previous relationship, but we learned of her situation and want to offer a safe place to stay since we’ve developed a bond and see that she needs some love and protection. We are in New York State.
My wife and son filed a statement with the sheriff following a home visit. My son has minor bruises but no severe injuries, yet was taken to urgent care for photos to be taken. I admitted to the sheriff over the phone while talking to CPS. No charges have been filed yet. I am currently out of town,... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2019
You need a criminal attorney and a Family Law attorney
I’m being verbally and mentally abused by family members
answered on Nov 14, 2019
It depends on the Settlement Agreement, Court Order or Judgement of divorce
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