We had went to mediation and after we were done she went back in his office. Recently she admitted she did not sign the agreement papers and said I have no right to my daughter. No visitation, no calls or texts. She will not tell me anything.
According to Wisconsin Statutes 767, you may apply for a modification of child support order after 3 years without cause. Further, you may apply for a modification of the order within 3 years for a change in circumstances (including an inability to pay). See the following link for the form:...Read more »
Of placement order says we both get 2 non-consecutive weeks of vacation a year with 30 days notice to the other parent. My ex husband has been trying to bully, harrass and twist the meaning of this. He has tried to piggyback the vaca time onto his regular periods of placement to make vacation time... Read more »
We sold our home via short sale. I was responseable in our decree for the original loan. We refinanced the home together after the divorce was 2 years final and the decree wasn't updated to reflect the refinance. He says I am still liable for the deficiancy and wants me to pay it off. Am I?... Read more »
I will need more information to properly analyze. What are the details of the new note signed after the divorce? What was your part in that? And, what were the details of the court costs? You can contact me with further information.
According to Interlaken Service Corp. v. Interlaken Condominum Ass'n, Inc., you can put a lis pendens (pending action) on each unit owner, holding each equally responsible. 222 Wis.2d 299 (Wis. App., 1998). This is regardless of whether they choose to "accept" responsibility....Read more »
I was refinanced by a banker I had used before, kinda screwed unknowingly into a balloon mortgage, mortgage sold to ABN AMRO, then they were bought by Citi. I was sick, they offered a modification, that was a nightmare and they foreclosed on me while it was in process after telling me to ignore the... Read more »
My house sold in sheriff sale. I was in the proccess of moving over the holidays when I went to visit family. When I returned to finish moving the locks had been changed.I wasn't served a evection notice, and there was a foreclosure and evection moratorium for the holidays. I am still paying... Read more »
Of course the state rules for negotiating short sales are quite expansive. Hence, I won't discuss all of them here. Instead, please refer to the following link (Wisconsin Statutes section 846): http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/846#JUMPDEST_ch.%20846
811.04? Amendment to affidavit. The affidavit required by s. 811.03 may be amended at any time before the trial by the substitution of a new affidavit containing allegations of facts existing at the time of making the former affidavit.
"A hate crime is usually defined by state law as one that involves threats, harassment, or physical harm and is motivated by prejudice against someone's race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation or physical or mental disability. Laws vary by state and if hate...Read more »
Is it possible to get an out of state federal lawyer to go against the city of superior in wisconsin in reguards for smashing my rights to the 6th amendment and a couple of other issues that were printed in the local news paper even tho i had not been served nor had any acknowledgement of an... Read more »
Per Section 703.03, 703.105 only applies when the condiminium has been declared. Assuming that you live in a registered condiminium, no rule or bylaw, declaration or deed may prohibit you from displaying a United States flag.
I would suggest hiring an attorney like myself to handle this...Read more »
To begin, the EPA regulates what may be added to a public water system. If that water system is a drinking water body, the EPA is more likely to be unforgiving. Currently, the drinking water standards are under review; allowed levels are 4.0mg/liter OR 2.0mg/liter as a secondary standard, as it...Read more »
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