I got divorced in August of 2020. We had 3 dogs while married, one of which I bought from my best friend. When my ex and I sat down to go over our belongings, and who gets to keep what, we had an agreement that she would keep two dogs, and I would keep the one I paid for. This was a verbal... View More
Your should discuss the information with dad and see if you can reach an agreement and give him the information on the children's health. As long as the travel time or being with dad does not harm the children, Dad can decide if he should to have his visitation time when the children are ill.
Review your Decree or an Order from the custody or divorce case to determine the out of state travel requirements. If you do not have an order or decree then assuming the travel was on your time, and you notified the other parent with an itinerary and contact information then you have done what...View More
I am getting divorced. I will be living on my own for the first time, and due to inflation, I worry I can't afford it. My husband is well-off in terms of money, and I work two jobs and have a side hustle. Even then, one-bedrooms in my city are starting at $1300. I just want to be able to... View More
I have an existing child custody agreement but after my sons december visit to his dads he came home and told me he was sexually abused buy his father 4 times. I filed a motion to modify custody and filed a police report. The judge ordered a CPS investigation and has the findings. I was told by CPS... View More
You can file a Motion to Modify Custody and explain to the court why you kept your son and ask the court to change custody to you as dad is assaulting the child. However, you want to be sure the sexual assault has been substantiated or the court is unlikely to change custody without some other...View More
I’m primary of son (16)in Nevada ex is primary of daughter(13) in Idaho. Idaho has jurisdiction. Court custody is alternate summers holiday no child support. Split medical cost 2019 court date she didnt get primary of son back no substantial change. She asked if I would take daughter because... View More
You should consult an Idaho attorney. From a Nevada attorneys' perspective and with the limited information above, you can file in court asking for primary custody if you have had primary custody ( even if it was voluntary given to you) as this can be seen as a substantial change assuming...View More
If you can not agree on what happens to the house and you ask the court to decided then the court will normally allow the party who wants to retain the home time to refinance and pay the other party their share of the equity in the house.
I am in the process of divorce and no custody agreements have been set. I do not want him as a friend to post or comment on my Facebook. But I can still use Messenger to let him video chat our child. Will this risk even joint custody?
For the last 10 years, my family has lived away from our extended family due to work. I have been a stay at home mom for 10 years while my husband has worked and advanced his schooling and graduated from University. I have no more than a HS education and no skills to obtain a job to help support my... View More
Assuming you have or had case with Family Court, you would need to file a Motion for Relocation.
If you do not have a case then you would first need to file for divorce; custody or legal separation depending on your circumstances, then in this case you can file yourMotion for Relocation....View More
NRS 125.150 Alimony and adjudication of property rights; award of attorney’s fee; postjudgment motion; subsequent modification by court. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 125.155 and 125.165, and unless the action is contrary to a premarital agreement...View More
Normally with proper notice he can add the awarded 5 days to any time period he wants with limited exceptions. For the most part, holiday's and the other parents vacations or special days are off limits. Review the Order which gave him the additional time for specific's. You may also...View More
I agree with the other attorney's answer. Most of the time the Court will "break the trust" especially if the trust is revokable and for estate planning purposes. One the court decides if it will break the trust then it will decided on the designation of the property ( separate or...View More
My significant other and I have been together since sept 2013. Child was born Jan 2012. Biological father has never put forth any effort to support (financially or emotionally) the child and has been in and out of jail and prison the child’s entire life. I’ve been acting in place as his father... View More
The child's mother can file with the Court requesting to obtain a passport for the child. When granted, the Court will order that the passport can be obtained without the Biological father's signature.
The child's mother can also file for sole or primary custody and child...View More
If I were to modify my sons visitation to 50/50 with his dad, and stop future child support payments, would i still be entitled to the arrears that was owed? Or would the arrears be waive because of the modification?
The arrears are not automatically waived. Just be careful what you sign as they can include a provision to waive them, end all child support obligations, or include some other language that may be interpreted as waiving arrears.
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