I was awarded full sole custody November 2015 because mom was arrested for drug charges and child endangerment. The court order is from Ohio because that was the state that mom resided in and the state she was arrested in. Now she is violating the court order. The court order says visitations... Read more »
You get a copy of your Ohio court order certified according to the Acts of Congress (Ohio clerk will help you get this), then bring it to the circuit clerk in the county in which you reside in Kentucky, fill out a registration form and pay the filing fee.
I am a father and my child's mother only lets me get him 1 day a week and not let me have him on weekends like are original court order. I need to know what form or if I can write a paper myself to get in front of the judge. Have contacted the clerks office they said there is no papers they have... Read more »
Live in MN after the bankruptcy my house note was sold to another bank, I'm current with payments but is not being reported to the credit bureau beside not getting a home equity loan what else can I expect?
He first needs to check and see if the bankruptcy court where he lives will allow him to do that and allow him to appear by interrogatory. If yes, he can prepare and file it. If not, he’s stuck til he is released from prison.
I was a Resident of Florida when I received a annuity 10 years ago. I now moved to Montana and am a Montana resident but have not been here two years. I am filing bankruptcy and have to use for the Florida laws. I knew my annuity was protected in Florida when I was there but is it still protected... Read more »
Missed a few payments and then it was written off in 8/2018. About 1-2 weeks later a settlement payment was made for about 1/4 of what was written off. They won’t talk to me and won’t take nor negotiate any payments and will only refer me to the law firm. The law firm is corresponding by email... Read more »
She was served with a summons to appear for a court date. Her and my uncle live on social security only, have no assets but a 2002 Dodge they use to go back and forth to the store. She called Midland Funding to tell them this and they insisted that she will still have to go to court, but to avoid... Read more »
The judgement was just rendered, the ex-husband is telling the ex-wife even with the judgement all he is going to do is file for a bankruptcy so he never has to pay what he originally hide from her to begin with, the judgment amount is roughly $375,000?
I faxed the child support office proof my bank statement (savings) showing where he had not contributed any money to the account and they just dismissed me! How else can I go about getting my money back is there a form I can fill out?
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