Your question is incomplete as you do not state whether your son is in Connecticut, where the orders involving custody and support were set, and what the affidavit was for. From what you state your question may require an attorney in Puerto Rico if that was where the court orders you refer were...Read more »
The fall was a result of the pavement walkway being improperly cared for. An EMT and policeman and several people saw the accident/fall. I am questioning whether I need a HiPPA consent filed with the insurance company before I release my records to them.
The first question is why you are working with an insurance company without an attorney? An experienced personal injury attorney would not only be able to get you the best answer but likely get you a better result than you can on your own. The insurance company is represented by an attorney. You...Read more »
My former spouse lives in Ct and has the house but as ive read under CT divorce law is a violation. Currently im paying 2000 a month to her and she receives rent from boarder there as well as my son and his girl friend. I was wondering is there a way to have a Amendment to the degree so that i can... Read more »
A motion for modification is used to request a change in a divorce decree when there are substantial changes in circumstances from when the last orders were put into effect. What you describe may not by a substantial change if the boarder is truly a boarder. You also do not state what the $2000...Read more »
You can refuse alcohol to any person as long as it is not arbitrary or discriminatory. You can refuse alcohol to someone you deem to be underage, unreasonably rowdy, that exceeds your building's capacity and still wants to enter, if your kitchen or bar is already closing, or someone who is...Read more »
Throwing anything at anyone intentionally, negligently, or recklessly at another person is an assault. That the flashlight is not in itself a weapon (usually) or an inherently dangerous object will reduce any potential criminal ramifications. You may be sued civilly for any damages you caused as...Read more »
The answer depends on your divorce decree wording. If college was considered than support of some sort for the adult children may be required. If the support was ordered unallocated, meaning awarded per each child instead of as a lump sum, you may not be able to modify it. Take your agreement to...Read more »
You do not say if your marriage includes children or not. If you do not want to retain a Connecticut family law attorney to assist you directly the court has a publication that may help you to better understand what you need to do. It is called "Do It Yourself Divorce Guide"....Read more »
It means she is asking the court to put the Motion to Modify on the court short calendar to be heard. If you received it a while ago it may have already been heard by a judge and decided. Go to the court where the form was filed and look at your file to see the status of your matter. You...Read more »
Your question is missing parts needed to clearly answer it. If you have already divorced and are asking about the interpretation of your property distribution agreement you would have to show the divorce agreement or decree to an attorney for assistance. If you are not divorced and trying to work...Read more »
That depends on the court orders in effect for your divorce, if there is a divorce. Many divorce agreements take this issue into account. If not, than the father can seek your child's return to Connecticut. You should either contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce, if a...Read more »
I have physical custody as of 3/2/14 and was finalized on 11/6/15 but I was unaware that NY child support was still collecting even tho they have no jurisdiction on my daughter nor give any support to her.
Your question depends on the court order in effect during the time in question. While you had physical custody was the court order changed to reflect that? If not then the argument is in favor of support continuing to remain as ordered. New York likely collected the money based on the original...Read more »
I filled in 2008 in Pennsylvania for child support and at the time the father lived in New York City. I was granted child support but he never paid it.In 2010 he was in arrears 30,000 dollars but went to jail.He came out last year and has been on probation but supposedly is employed but still will... Read more »
Your question needs to be asked in Pennsylvania as the original controlling jurisdiction. It has no jurisdiction or legal relationship to Connecticut. Every state has its own laws regarding divorce. Asking your question in Connecticut would e similar to your asking the question in Russia....Read more »
My Boyfriend divorced his ex 4 years ago. He was given the house as she could not afford the mortgage on her own. The mortgage is in her name and his name is quit claimed onto the deed. The divorce decree did state that he was to refinance but due to the market drop the home is not worth what he... Read more »
Your question is dependent on the terms of the divorce agreement entered into by your boyfriend and his ex-wife. Without that agreement being read the answer can not be clearly given as the agreement would detail rights that could apply here. You also did not say whether the house was properly...Read more »
Return to the court who ordered the Conservatorship to seek a change of Conservator. A written motion would be required in a form as provided by the court. Make certain your reasons for the change are solid, such as having proof of improper handling of the Estate or Person under Conservatorship....Read more »
Your question involves a post nup. This is an agreement between spouses that is similar to a pre-nup, where parties considering marriage enter into an agreement that seeks to protect each future spouse's pre-marital assets. A post-nup occurs after the parties are already married and are...Read more »
The full answer depends on your divorce decree. If you had an attorney for the divorce return to that attorney for your answer. Based solely on the issue of whether there is spousal exemption for conveyance tax you would do better addressing your question under Real Estate rather than the Family...Read more »
I filed for modification of custody and visitations. The parties to that case were: I (plaintiff) and my ex-husband (defendant). On January 5th 2015 Stamford Superior Court (in CT) ruled on the case and I was given full sole custody of our daughter and my ex-husband’s visitation schedule was... Read more »
I assume the ex-wife is acting on her own without an attorney. You can either file a motion to consolidate the Danbury case with the Stamford case and seek a motion to dismiss if her motion is not supported by the rules for modification of the present order. Based on her no longer being married...Read more »
Mandatory orders go into effect with the filing of the divorce complaint. Based on what you stated you should get permission from the court to sell the house before you enter into any contract to sell the property.
I live in California, I am a college student and have a small income from an internship. My wife left me and moved in with her mother. Can she prevent me from having out of state visitation rights. She lives in Connecticut and is filing for divorce in Connecticut. We have no assets and she does... Read more »
The court could refuse out of state visitation. One determining factor will be whether you can afford to pay for the children's travel. There are many other factors the court will look at as well. You should retain the services of an experienced family law attorney in Connecticut to assist...Read more »
Reason he is not giving me is because i have my husband and a 1 year old daughter and he says that the money is being use for the 1 year old wich i think is stupid of him thats why he stopped hope you guys give me an answer and what do i do?
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