They said it was delivered to me to answer but I have proof I was flying inn that day from Europe and was at home late at night. Is it falsifying documents form that lawyer side ? Can I use it to show how unethical defendant it ?
My husband and his ex wife divorced in 2004 she got custody in the divorce and he was granted visits and child support for years the children were allowed to visit only at her convenience sometimes wouldnt allow visits for months my husband has continued to pay his support.well he was just informed... Read more »
I would recommend the father seek visitation first to re-establish a relationship. After two years or so of having a strong relationship with the children, primary physicsl custody would not be out of the question.
With the information that was provided, at least, the father has almost...Read more »
If you were served with a dispossessory affidavit that was filed in court, the document will have the stamp of the clerk of the court and inform you of the 7 day deadline to file an answer in court. Therefore, file the answer in court by the deadline. It is so easy to miss the deadline, and you...Read more »
If the landlord has filed a dispossessory, you file your answer and counterclaim at the same time.
The counterclaim would include any repairs you made, the decreased value of your lease, property loss, personal injuries (if any), mental distress, inconvenience, and for wrongful eviction....Read more »
What does your lease say about when you have to notify the tenant about nonrenewal?
If it's 60 days for example, you have to let the tenant know of the increase on or before the 60 day limit. If the lease does not have a deadline for nonrenewal, you have to let the tenant know of the...Read more »
I have paid my child support every week out of my check. We agreed on $198 a week. My oldest and my middle one do not come see me at all. I only get the youngest one. They know there suppose to but don’t cause there Mom don’t make them. My question is can I do anything about dropping the child... Read more »
Unfortunately, child support isn't tied to whether the children follow the visitation schedule.
You can file a motion for contempt against her for the middle child. However, at 16, that child has the right to voice his/her choice on visitation/custody. Normally, judges will not follow...Read more »
Standard leases have a provision that state either if nobody terminates the lease is renewed for another term (usually 12 months) OR the lease goes month to month until either party gives notice of termination. If the second provision is in your lease, the terms of the written lease still apply.
We did 2 walkthroughs with our landlord and he said he would give us one amount back but then he did an additional walk through after we left him and he wants to deduct more money from our deposit. This is after he told us he would give us a certain amount back. We did not sign anything saying we... Read more »
I am the noncustodial parent, paying child support for 3 children. The oldest is graduating HS. Will I need to have a court order to stop paying on the oldest or can I just stop. If a court order is needed, can I file one myself or is an attorney needed?
I am renewing my lease for the third year, the new lease stipulates that I will pay management a security deposit for "this said lease." Is the property management requesting I pay a new security deposit; paid one three years ago upon home in.
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