Depends on the reason that she quits the job. Generally the court will not modify a support order due to a voluntary reduction in pay, however there are few circumstances where the Court may find it justifiable. If you find yourself in this situation, then contact a local attorney for a...Read more »
My child's father is harrassing me. Constantly texting me and calling me names. Right now we have 50/50 custody and our court date isn't until June. Is there a way I can get family wizard right away or do i have to wait until June for our court hearing. Or is there anything else i can do... Read more »
You don't need a court order for Our Family Wizard. It is used a tool to help facilitate co-parenting. You may need a court order to require the other party to use it if they do not wish to do so voluntarily.
Pennsylvania has a relocation law that states the party seeking to relocate must provide notification and an opportunity to respond to anyone that has custodial rights to the child. If there is a parent who's parental rights to the child have not been terminated that you need to comply with...Read more »
If you have a child out of wedlock and the father moves to another state. You both agree the child can visit for the summer. But What if the father decides not to return the child due to no court order. What are some steps to take to ensure your child returns to you? Especially if the child is... Read more »
The best protection is a Court order. It is no complex to draft and execute an agreement that is signed and filed with the Court to create a custody order. With an order, you have the enforcement power of the Court behind you. Consult with a local attorney in your jurisdiction to assist in...Read more »
If the custody does not specify where the pick up and drop off occur then you should have it modified. As it stands now, it is reasonable to assume that the Father could pick up your son from the school, home, or other location where the child may be "after school." Contact a local...Read more »
You both have a legal obligation to support your child. If the child is under 18 years old and hasn't graduated high school, then the Court can enter an Order for Support. Contact a local family attorney to review your options with you.
You can file a petition for paternity testing through your local domestic relations office at the county courthouse. If the baby is biologically yours then you can be ordered to pay child support. Contact a local family attorney to assist you further.
I respectfully disagree with my colleague that permission is not needed. In accordance with Rule 1915.17. Relocation. Notice and Counter-Affidavit see below. Permission is needed from the other parent or the Court.
(a) A party proposing to change the residence of a child which...Read more »
It is not custodial interference, but it shows a lack of co-parenting and could be violation of a custody order if the parents have shared legal custody. The father should schedule a consultation with a local lawyer to attain all the facts to determine the best course of action to handle this...Read more »
The boyfriend is the Father of the little girl. He has not been able to keep a job longer than 9 months with out getting fired or quitting. His is not working at this time. He does not call or text and ask about the baby. He does not ask for the baby to be brought up to his parents place so he can... Read more »
If he is in fact the father, that is easy to determine with DNA testing, then he will have an obligation to support the child. If he fails to meet that obligation, he could be incarcerated. As for the questions about signing his parental rights away, it is unclear if you are referring to granting...Read more »
It is not clear whether you are asking whether you can leave for a short visit or leave as in relocate. Relocation has very specific steps that must be followed under the law. It would be best to contact a local attorney to advise you with all the facts present.
Aunt has custody of child until mom gets back on her feet .. Diffrent states for two years .. Mom has her life together and wants her son back.. This was only a verbal aggrement and now aunt is making it more difficult for mom
This situation sounds like it could be complex. It is not cut and dry even if there is not a custody order in place. It would be wise for the child's mother to have a private consultation with a local attorney to hear all the facts then advise on the best course of action thereafter.
My niece is 3 and her father has a traumatic brain injury and has never really been a part of her life. Two years ago they went to mediation. My sister got sole custody. The father got non custodial visitation one day a week unless otherwise agreed upon. Which he has only done 3-4 times. My niece... Read more »
It truly depends on what the custody order states. You refer to custody mediation, but it is not clear if the parents have a custody order. It would behoove the mother to have a consultation with an attorney that can review the custody agreement or order to determine exactly what rights are...Read more »
My sister died and in the Will named me executor and left me with everything she owned. she was married but did not leaveher husband of only 12 years nothing. the house was my parents house so she had it before they were married. does he have any rights to anything?
Your question isn't clear as to jurisdiction. If the jurisdiction is Pennsylvania, then yes, when a person is still legally married at the time of death, then his/her spouse has the right to claim an elective share. Pennsylvania does not allow spouses to disinherit a spouse. Consult with a...Read more »
My ex and I are going down to Florida so the kids can visit their aunt that lives there can they try to say I live with them and kick me out and my ex say he is taking my kids and he lives with them ? If so how do I make sure that doesn't happen ?
If you have this much distrust for the people you are visiting, then you may want to rethink your visit. It would also behoove you to attain a custody order spelling out the custodial rights of each parent so there is something in writing in which both parties can use to enforce, if necessary....Read more »
We are going through a nasty break up and he is interfering in me moving on in my life by making me lose both jobs to where now I cant support my children. He took my car which both our names are on which he knows is my only way to work. He is verbally abusive threatens me with the law if nothing... Read more »
Just based on your question along, it doesn't appear that you were performing any work for the school during your leave warranting compensation. If you have an employment contract, look to that document to see if it lays out any reason that an employee would be paid while on leave, perhaps...Read more »
The house does not have a mortgage. What are my options? I pay the property taxes and repairs. My grandfather originally bought the house for myself with a mortgage but when he passes the mortgage was dissolved. I don't want to loe my home as I have put work into the home.
Contact a local attorney for a private consultation to review all the details relevant to your situation. There are many details left out of your question that are necessary to advise you on your options. How the home is deeded is a critical detail and whether or not there is litigation pending...Read more »
It is a long story I took full custody because he hurt my kids feelings a lot he always kept them waiting called when he felt like it and I had enough. But still they suffer I try my best to keep them occupied. My daughter suffers a lot she is daddy little girl so she wants to go stay with her dad... Read more »
Contact a local lawyer who can review all the details of your case and give you a private consultation to assess the best means of accomplishing your goal while protecting yourself and children. Family law issues can have many hidden complexities. You may not need to file anything with the Court,...Read more »
The terms of your custody order should address this. Many times this responsibility is shared, but without reading your Order it is not possible to answer this question. If your order does not address transportation then perhaps that is a modification worth considering. Schedule a consultation...Read more »
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