Just completing the paperwork is never as simple as people believe. Even if you are on good terms, there are many considerations that need to be taken into consideration such as retitling of property, calculation of support and custody and placement of children in some circumstances. It is always...Read more »
I’m currently & have been a stay at home mom for 5 years & have primary placement. He wants to do 50/50 but his job is extremely demanding...for example this week he was supposed to have dinner with my 2 girls both tues & thurs evening & have them this weekend for 2 overnights. He... Read more »
If you currently have primary physical placement, the current Order is still in full force and effect until modified by a Court Order. If the initial placement Order has been in full force and effect for more than two years, he has to prove that there has been a substantial change of circumstances...Read more »
my husband left the marriage after 6 months. a few months later i met someone and had a baby. the baby is not my husband's who is asking for a divorce. why do i need to get a paternity test if the baby is not his?
Yes. If a child is born to you while you are legally married to someone else, that child is presumed to be a child of your marriage. The marital presumption would need to be overcome by DNA testing and a paternity case should be filed, naming the biological father as the actual parent.;
You need to stress to the counselor that your son does not want her in the session because he will not speak freely with her present. If the counselor will not honor your request, you and your husband should find another therapist.
My ex has an only fans account and is consistently posting pictures and video of adult content, sometimes while our child is in their care. There are many other things going on, but I’m concerned that they are posting adult content and that it could later hurt our child. Is this something that... Read more »
Depending on the type of content, this will be a concern if the child has access to the images or the device upon which the images may be stored. You should address this to at least ensure that there is no risk of viewing by your child.
If the paternity judgment and child support order were entered in the State of Maine, you would need to consult with an attorney licensed to practice law in that State sine the laws of that State apply.
That is a touchy subject. If there has been any merit found to any of the complaints, you would not get far. However, if it is a series of unsubstantiated reports for no legitimate purpose, you would be in a better position to file a Petition for a Harassment Injunction.
The matter with the credit card is a civil matter, not a child support matter. These are independent actions. The State has filed an action to require him to pay support and arrears. If he has failed to pay for a sufficient length of time and the Child Support Enforcement has run out of options...Read more »
she is trying to make me look like i dont care but she wont eveen cooroperate she wont let me take him overnight but her and her partner ship 100 miles away so they can go to work vs letting me watch him and actually spend quality meaningful time with my son
Do you have scheduled periods of placement? If so, she needs to follow the times in the Order. If the Order is only for reasonable placement upon reasonable notice, you should request mediation to negotiate a schedule. If she does not cooperate, you will need to file a Motion for modification of...Read more »
If you can not afford to retain another attorney, you can file a Motion for Contempt against him, using the State Bar forms for contempt. Be certain that you serve him personally, since that is required for a Motion for Contempt.
To be awarded guardianship, you need to prove to the Court that the parents are unfit or unavailable to care for the children and that it is in their best interests that you be awarded guardianship. If there is a Children in Need of Protective Services action pending, you will also need to...Read more »
At this time, there is no court order determining placement. So, if you refuse your wife contact, there will be no consequences to you. However, there is the issue as to whether your child will want to know her mother. You may want to address that with a family therapist so you will know how to...Read more »
At the end of the hearing the judge granted me reasonable placement for both children. I understand that reasonable placement can mean many different thing but here is my question. If i was awarded reasonable placement , does that not mean in my own home? The other parent is trying to control the... Read more »
Reasonable placement upon reasonable notice is often a vague schedule and only works well if both parties cooperate. You need to attend mediation to negotiate a set schedule. If he refuses to mediate, you should file a Motion to Modify the Order or a Petition to Enforce Placement at which time the...Read more »
His 90s but my brother has taken control of everything from financial,medical,property, to the point of who can come over to what can stay in the house. I was caregiver for past 6 yrs and evicted about 2mnths ago along with most of my things. We never had a contract!?how can I find out if he is... Read more »
To be able to act as a POA, it must be activated. That means two physicians declared your parent to be incompetent. Ask your brother to show you the activation document signed by the physicians. If he can not produce that document, you may wish to consult with an attorney to file a petition to...Read more »
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