What if we cannot agree on a uncontested and am forced to go with a contested? Would I be out of money after paying for the uncontested or will I beable to use the money I put on a uncontested towards a contested?
If one party files for divorce and another party files too dismiss the case, the case will generally move forward. A hearing date would be set to hear the argument of both sides concerning the motion. In order to give you an answer concerning argument against the motion, I would need to see a copy...Read more »
to be able to have time with my son. Plus he wont let him go to FL on vacation to see my family and my son told me he wants to go. How do i go about havijg rights over someone who is manipulating and acts like a narcissist?
You need to get a court order, without one in place it will be obviously very difficult dealing with the circumstances. Without an order of the court, you both have equal rights to the child; With no visitation or custody schedule in writing.
My daughter was taken from her mother by DHR for unsafe living conditions. I pay child support every month. Would I have legal rights to my daughter? I just found out my daughter is now living with a non relative since being removed from her mother's care, and I was not made aware of any of... Read more »
My friend is getting her kids for the summer. Her ex has stated he is not going to allow them to leave. There is a court order that states the terms of custody. Is he allowed to withhold the children from her?
Typically if the parents of the child are not married and there are no Court Orders in place already addressing custody.... Then one parent would need to petition the Court of their jurisdiction requesting that paternity and custody be established. Until that time, custody would tend to be with...Read more »
I would need to know more details about the case to answer the question. To gain custody you would need to petition the Courts. The specific facts, details, and history of the situation would all be variables. I need more information.
It really depends on the language addressing this issue in the divorce decree. You would need to review that first to see if there is true violation of the Decree. Then if so, you could possibly file a petition with the Courts to have the other party found in contempt of the Divorce Decree.
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