I have child with married woman an we are trying to put my name on our son birth certificate while she's working threw her separation process so trying to find out how can we do this while keeping quiet so it doesn't effect her situation
Unfortunately, this is not possible at this time. If she is pregnant while she is still legally married, the child is presumed to be a child of the husband. The marital presumption of paternity will need to be overcome in her legal separation/divorce process. Only after that, you could file a...Read more »
If your son is still in high school, you can modify the child support through the end of the school year until he graduates from high school or attains the age of 19, if still in high school. You can not retroactively change child support prior to the date of filing and serving your motion, but...Read more »
My adult daughter (mother of my grandson) has repeatedly put the child in harms way and exposed him to inappropriate places, people and activities. She lived with me 11/2018 until 8/2020 the child was born 3/22/19 I have been his primary caregiver since birth (no paternity has been established)... Read more »
You need to file a Petition for Guardianship and serve the mother and the father with a copy of the Petition and accompanying pleadings. You need to allege that the mother and father have left the child in your care and state in specific terms the facts to support that they are unable to, or...Read more »
Per our marital settlement agreement (Wisconsin), there is specific mention as to no child support (we both have fairly equal income) and no mention of "variable costs" anywhere in our orders. It does state that all medical, dental, eye, etc. bills/premiums will be split equally. I sent... Read more »
If you have shared physical placement of your children and hold open of child support since your incomes are equal, it is normally presumed that you share variable costs for the children, even if it does not specifically state so in the court order. You should be offsetting the variable expenses...Read more »
If your mental illness is preventing you from safely parenting your child, this is a possibility. If you are functioning well and taking prescribed medications to control your mental illness, it is unlikely that you would lose custody or placement. Without knowing the nature of your diagnosis, it...Read more »
She took the kids and I didn't know where they were for the first 6 months. Then, after the court order, I was granted supervised visitation only, because I was on probation. The supervisor my ex listed on the order, whom she didn't even ask beforehand, was my sister. Not wanting to get... Read more »
There would need to be more information provided to respond to this question, primarily for which reason were you on probation. What were the charges. Also, were you incarcerated for a period? You should consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine your rights and strategy.
To be able to obtain an order for grandparent visitation, you need to have a "substantial parental relationship" with your grandchildren. The Grandparents Right laws have become much more stringent since a Supreme Court Ruling within the past few years which shows great deference to the...Read more »
My fiance has a bad auto debt with his ex-wife. She got the vehicle in the divorce. However, failed to make the payments. The account shows on my fiance's credit report as Charged-off with a $0 balance.
Ok well Aug 2018 I was using drugs and I tried committing suicide slit my wrist, got put on a chapter 51 , sent to a group home by the judge until end of Dec 2018, kicked out for using drugs in there, Nov 2019 got a misdemeanor drug/paraphanelia charge and put on probation, during my time in the... Read more »
If your situation has changed substantially since the time of the last Order, you can file a Motion to Modify Placement and Custody if the last Order was not the initial Order. Otherwise, you can also file a Petition to Enforce the existing placement schedule and request that the Court find him in...Read more »
It depends. If it was only a date, that, in and by itself, may not nullify a prenuptial agreement. To be a valid prenuptial agreement, each party must make full disclosure of his or her income, assets and liabilities. They must also have adequate time to review, preferably with the assistance of...Read more »
I am a US citizen with a dual US-European citizenship, living in Wisconsin.
I'm mid-term with a baby fathered by a US citizen who said he does not want the kid. If I move back to Europe, give birth and he then changes his mind, I will not be willing to return to US. His... Read more »
Until the time he is the adjudicated father after the child is born, he has no legal rights to the child unless you were married. Once the child is born, his placement and custodial rights would be under the laws of the Country in which the child is born.
An adult acceptable to the father. We finished chips case 2years ago and it says it expires 2/4/2020 on case order next to where the order was written. Does that mean I still have no say or have to be supervised still? I was already allowed to take my kid for months at at time during quarentine.... Read more »
Not everything is clear as to your status. If the Chips order is expired, the family court Order controls. If there has been a substantial change of circumstances, you need to file a Motion for Modification of the Temporary Order as to placement of the children.
The document was so that I would not see my significant other with a questionable past. I am in the middle.of a divorce and it was written up at the request of the guardian ad litem for my children. The person is not a danger to my children but the court knows nothing about his past because it was... Read more »
While a divorce is pending,it is normally considered bad form to introduce the children to a new significant other. If the Guardian ad Litem advised you not to have the children around them, I recommend that you do so, since the GAL's recommendation carries a great deal of weight with the...Read more »
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