The car my daughter is currently driving is financed in her soon-to-be ex-husband's name only. At one point the vehicle was paid off and without her knowledge he refinanced both her car and his truck for purposes of generating capital. The bank has threatened to repossess the car if she does not... Read more »
Arkansas is not a community property state, but that doesn't change the answer to your question. If her name is not on the car note, she cannot be held responsible for that debt unless the divorce judge makes her responsible. Even in that case, the only person the financing company can come after...Read more »
She signed over custody for a period of time to someone else because she couldnt provide for him and I have no idea if it is still in effect.I was incarcerated for 2 1/2 years out of 3 of my sons life.Ive always wanted to be involved but his mother was uncooperative. She currently has our child... Read more »
If the mother of the child does not agree to the name change, you will have to petition a court to change the birth certificate. There are several factors that a court will use to determine whether it is in the child's best interest to allow the name change.
Is there such a thing as father confusion in Arkansas? My daughter is only 1. Her mother has already dated and moved in 1 outside we split 6 months ago and is already letting another guy stay over all weekends and taking my daughter to social events such as the rodeo and stuff...is that legal?
I'm 16 turning 17 in October and I want to move in with my other family members (Dad or sister or brother) when I turn 17 without parent permission or emancipation from Arkansas to Missouri. My older sister or brother would come pick me up from Arkansas, but I don' want to get them in trouble. Can... Read more »
I live in Marion, Arkansas and am wishing to relocate to Braden, TN. with my boyfriend, which is just outside of Memphis. It's a 50 mile relocation and there is nothing in the papers stating that cannot happen. There are many reasons why this move makes sense. I have discussed with my ex and have... Read more »
If you have true joint physical custody, you will not automatically be able to relocate. Instead, you'll have to show that it is in the children's best interests. You are definitely going to need to hire a lawyer for this issue.
I have filed for divorce myself. However, while we were together we purchased a truck for him but, it's financed in my name only. We have been separated around 18 months & he's had the vehicle in his possession until approx. 3 weeks ago. He basically dumped me with it & with the payments behind.... Read more »
My daughter had fins filled on her for trudacy but there was no trudacy her teacher had quit and keep her doctors notes instead of turning them in. She will not make it to 10 grade. Because of this. But I lost custody of my children for the failing of one test.
A felony trial ended in a guilty verdict. However, a separate charge in the trial received a directed verdict. I'm thinking of appealing the guilty verdict, however I'm worried that if my appeal is successful, the charge that received a directed verdict would be reinstated in a new trial. Thoughts?
I just want to know if she has a legal right to keep me away from my son when we're still married but yes we are separated I've had him every weekend without saying anything to me she just took it upon herself to stop me from seeing him and said she taking the advice of her lawyer do I have a legal... Read more »
Backstory: The number belongs to husbands daughter's mother. She has repeatedly contacted my husband and myself with unwanted calls/text. She throws racial slander and came to my job to cause problems. Admittedly I waited to let my anger blow over. I overreacted and may have went too far.
He was ordered to pay in May 2016 and hasn't willing paid at all garnishment of check of 68.24... then quit his job.. My soon to be husband wants to adopt my 14 month old he has been active since she was 4 months old.... Supported her since..
To your question on visitation rights: You should be able to get court-ordered visitation because you have stood in loco parentis to the child. You may also be able to get custody or even adopt the child, depending on the particular facts of your case.
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