I am currently getting my divorce finalized for the state of Texas. I spoke with a Texas attorney and was told I would have to wait 30 days to get remarried. I am fine with that. When I looked online for a Wisconsin marriage license, I saw that I would have to wait 6 months before I could get... Read more »
I am not a stable person to be a mom. I'm always moving around. Can't work. Waiting for ssdi . Haven't been In his life all of his life. No communication with him or his dad in almost a year and all of my other kids got took from me. My mind is not right and my body isn't either
Whether you can terminate your parental rights is complicated. First, who has your child? Is it the father? Has he remarried? If so, he would need to be the one to petition for the termination of parental rights and a step-parent adoption. Someone needs to be able to step into your shoes as the...Read more »
Has there been a temporary Order entered awarding your spouse temporary use of the home? If not, you have the right to enter if you co-own the property. However, you may not engage in harassing behavior and must be respectful.
My 14 yr old daughter (starting 9th grade) has made it very clear that she does not want to be at her father's, due to dismissal of feelings and uncomfortability with stepmother and manipulation to go live with them out of state. She has missed her monthly period due to stress of being there... Read more »
You should consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area. To modify placement, you will need to prove facts that establish that there has been a substantial change of circumstances since entry of the current placement Order, and that a modification is in her best interests.
Moms on limited visitation, 5 hrs e/o Sat&sun in public settings.2kids together.My 10 yr old is asking me about court dates coming up, child support, why they only see mom in public etc. Every time they come back from a visit something new is brought up that kids shouldn't be involved... Read more »
I'm being held in contempt of court and I followed the purge instructions via the order. Now the judicial assistant called me and said that they need a certified letter dated two months back in order to prove that I mailed in documents to the irs. She did not ask me for this information during... Read more »
No. That is a property division that took place for assets after your marriage. Child support she would be paid from the recent marriage would be for the benefit of the children from that marriage. If she received income producing assets in the property division of the recent divorce, that...Read more »
Recently had a court date extended but had to pay a signature bond with conditions. The conditions. He was not to come in contact with my home, vehicle etc except texts to exchange kids. I have a text to prove he was in my home. Now what
At mediation I said every other Saturday but I haven’t signed the papers yet. Can I not sign them and just go to court? Also I need a lawyer and I have to write an answer to chapter 802 Wisconsin statute. Don’t know how.
A mediated agreement is not an Order of the Court until you have signed a Stipulation and it has been filed with the Court. Because of new grandparent visitation case law, grandparent visitation is not an automatic right. This is why you should consult with an experienced family law attorney.
My spouse and I are going through a divorce and child support is having me pay to my children's dad as he has open benefits from the government (foodshare). He does not work and is waiting on social security which has been pending for 2 some years. My questions is, if we were to drop the open... Read more »
If this is a Wisconsin case, I can respond. If it is a Minnesota case, I do not know the law in Minnesot since I am not licensed to practice law in that State. In Wisconsin, the State has an interest in the child support proceedings if a party is receiving State benefits. If the recipient is no...Read more »
THe ex husband has been able to afford killer attorneys and he has used his military service to skate on responsibilities. She was prepared for this hearing with inargualble facts about why he should be paying child support, he makes plenty of money and we have the kids 10 months of the year. The... Read more »
If she missed a hearing, she is found to be in default, thus allowing the husband to obtain the relief he seeks or dismissing her motion. If the Commissioner entered the Order, a Motion for De Novo Review can be filed as long as it is filed within the time limits in this county pursuant to Local...Read more »
We live together and he approached her that he would not change her alimony and 3 years later he changed his mind. he wants to know my financials. I explained to him I would give it to the judge so they cant see it.
If you have continuously resided together for three years, her ex probably is going to argue that your girlfriend is living in a marital like relationship in which you are not wed simply to avoid a termination of maintenance. There is case law providing that marriage can be terminated if the...Read more »
Are you talking about a Motion for De Novo Review? If so, if there is a request for modification, the modification can be either a decrease or an increase. If this is to go to the Court of Appeals, the decision is remanded to the trial Court for determination if the prior trial court decision was...Read more »
My ex and I have 50/50. He's barely exercised his placement the last 2 years (less than 30 days out of his 365). Our 15yo does not want to go to his dad's anymore because hes never there or spends any time with him. Ex recently filed contempt on me because I didn't allow our son to... Read more »
There is a provision in the Wisconsin State Statutes that provides that a person can lose their court ordered placement if they do not exercise it. You can file a Motion to modify the current Order to incorporate the status quo.
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