If the father lives in New Hampshire and the mother lives in Massachusetts would there still be a possibility of 50/50 or would the court want the child to reside in one state? The child was born in Massachusetts and has spent a total of 4 months living in nh throughout the last 16 months due to... Read more »
Closing was set for tomorrow 10/16/19. i have done repairs and updates to the lawful expectations of the original inspection in a timely manner by my agents father who i paid for his services. My real estate agent has not been forthcoming about many items through this process. A week ago the buyers... Read more »
If there is a Purchase and Sale Agreement signed by the parties, then the parties are to honor its terms of the Agreement on when the closing is to take place and there may have been an extension or 2 signed by the parties . If the Buyer is in breach of the contract you may have recourse as stated...Read more »
We all lived in MA & The house is in MA. My ex husband and i have 2 children who are 17 and next of kin for his assets which were under 25,000, there was no will. His brother is now sole owner of home but is going through a divorce and house will be sold. Can i put in a claim through the house for... Read more »
You should hire a probate practitioner as there is a specific way to perfect a claim against an estate that must be followed . Was his brother a joint tenant of the real estate? If not then he may not be the sole owner.
We all live in MA, we had twin daughters who are 17 & will be 18 in Feb. He had no children with his girlfriend who lived with him. He definitely had less than $25,000 worth of assets & no will. He had a camper/rv that I was told she transferred the title to herself after his death & she put most... Read more »
Your children have priority as they are his heirs unless he had a Will stating otherwise. You also have a child support arrears claim against his estate and should definitely contact counsel ASAP about the arrears and the estate in general as he sounds like he had an interest in real estate and...Read more »
My father passed away 3/2018, and the executor of my dad's estate is my estranged sister. So far, instead of contacting her, I have called the law office for the case to get updates. But for several months now, it appears that my sister has instructed them to not even answer the phone when I call.... Read more »
If your sister is not ageing to have her counsel respond to you, you can either try contacting her directly yourself or engage counsel on your own behalf to seek information as to the expected distribution and timing. It may be that there are no problems and you will learn that you will be...Read more »
Corporal punishment is not a favorable method and may be considered abuse or neglect especially if it is not a singular isolated instance and is a practice. The child could be harmed physically and emotionally. Consult your child's pediatrician on potty training techniques.
Our agreement states he is to have custody certain days and hours. He often doesn’t take him at all with little or no notice. It is effecting my job. He also does not cover his half of medical or other expenses. My son has some health issues and this expense can be a lot. I can’t afford an... Read more »
It appears that he is in Contempt of your agreement if it was embodied in a Court Order or Judgment. If so, you can file a Contempt Complaint and also a Modification petition of Visitation and also potentially of Child Support if your child's health issues will be ongoing for a significant period...Read more »
Yes, the Probate & Family Court Judge needs to ascertain whether the provisions of a Separation Agreement are fair and reasonable in view of the parties' circumstances and hence, requires the completed and sworn to Financial Statements on the Court's Financial Statement form from both parties.
12 years ago my girlfriend left me and moved away with the child. No idea where. She remarried, had another child, did the same thing to him. He reached out and we tried to track her down unsuccessfully. Found out from him that he left her after she became an addict. She's also been committed for... Read more »
In doing so i realized my parents are now alcholics and they verbally abuse me and have outrageous standards and rules for me....I pay child support.....i pay for them for taking care of my son (who i want back mind you) but I am trying to get out of fighting them i want them to just give him to... Read more »
Agreed to a hair follicle test because my ex wife who had questionable urine results would only do one if I did. I only smoke cannabis and have nothing to hide. Results came back negative for THC but positive for HEROIN!!! NEVER IN MY LIFE HAVE I USED HEROIN. Been smoking pot for 19years on a... Read more »
I live in the Northeast and have struggled to ensure that she is handling financial matters without issue. We had tremendous difficulty understanding what my father had set up financially. Took a while to find the will also. She started working with a lawyer to update her will that had not been... Read more »
Do you have agency under the power of attorney? - if so then you can act on her behalf id you have possession of same. Otherwise you will need a Tennessee attorney who specializes in conservatorships to have yourself appointed as such or at least to advise you on what your options are.
Why are you needing her medical records? Is there a wrongful death or workers compensation claim ? Had she had an injury claim that took place but was not the cause of her death? These situations call for a Personal Representative to be appointed by the Probate Court either Formal or Informal...Read more »
Both parents mutually agreed that our 16 year old would move to New York and enroll in schooling. We cannot agree on a modification of support. Is there a way to have the support (and custody) modified without having to appear in court or hire a lawyer? The process seems fairly straight forward... Read more »
There should be a Joint Modification Petition and Agreement and Financial Statements of both parties and if the MDOR is involved they need to be notified as well. You can go on the state website for the forms. Child support should be under the child support guidelines which are driven by the...Read more »
Due to the automatic restraining order on both parties once a divorce complaint is filed and served, unless there is an agreement that you apply for credit it is pre-mature and could be basis for a Contempt Complaint against you if you obtain a credit line or loan. Without knowing the details of...Read more »
Our Mom listed one executor, the middle child as the executor in her signed and witnessed will. It was also stamped by a notary. When we are filing for probate for her estate, does the older sibling have a higher right to assignment? And must we add all 3 siblings or just the one our Mom wanted to... Read more »
If the middle child is designated the executor ( Personal Representative )then he or she would usually be the Petitioner for Probate of the Will. All siblings would be notified along with any surviving spouse. You are unclear about what the process is and should engage counsel .
I have no means and I’m afraid to have my child taken away as I’m not a citizen only a permanent resident. Im also afraid of being homeless or in financial distress if my husband decides to withdraw support or if i just leave. Please help me to find options.
Your divorcing would have no adverse effect on permanent residency and there are child support and potentially spousal support obligations to you- he just can't leave you high and dry without financial assistance. In divorce Motions for Temporary Support including insurance coverage are addressed...Read more »
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