The father has primary custody of minor child. In the Temporary Parental Order, during the summers, we have alternating custody on a two week schedule. I am having a huge surgery where bones are being taken out and bedridden for a month. I told the father a month in advanced. I have text messages... Read more »
No. The courts will not make someone exercise their time. The court will only enforce one's right to exercise his/her time with the child if they want to. Have your surgery, heal, and then resume your time with your child. Perhaps he may be willing to let you have 2 of his weeks in the future to...Read more »
judge and we have tried to adopt her to ensure she is protected and that she is finacially provided for. We have been told that we cannot do that without the mothers consent. she has made no attempts to stop using drugs or comply with anything to at least get visitation rights. what can we do to... Read more »
If the mother will not consent, then you have to file to get her parental rights terminated. There are 11 grounds which could justify the court terminating parental rights, in addition to determining that it would be in the best interest of the child that the parent's rights be terminated. This is...Read more »
They credit your arrears to the arrears, not to the payment you should be paying for the other child(ren). It sounds like you should file a Motion to Modify Child Support, to bring your main payment down (which could also cause your arrears payment to increase, but also means that the arrears would...Read more »
Assuming she has graduated from high school, and the agreement/order states the child support ends at age 18 (and graduation from HS), then your husband is not obligated to pay. However, it sounds like it was scheduled ASAP before she turned 18 and that (without knowing "the rest of the story") the...Read more »
The mother contact the family in October tell us that she need the child to come here because they we're homeless. Now she is wanting to move back to Washington to live couch to couch again. We want to make sure we stay in contact with her because this is not the first time the mother has been... Read more »
Your brother-in-law needs to file a Complaint for Custody. Prior to that, it would be best for him to at least meet with a family law attorney about his case. The attorney can help guide him on what to do (and what not to do).
My sister and I bought property in North Carolina together. An attorney filed the paper work and the new deed reads "Joint tenants in common with right of survivorship". I understand (matches the situation exactly) the "joint tenants in common". I understand that the ROS keeps the property out of... Read more »
The spouses would not inherit, because the property would pass to the survivor and only the survivor's spouse would inherit (maybe). I say "maybe because I've never of "joint tenants in common with a right of survivorship". It's "tenants in common" or it's "joint tenants with a right of...Read more »
He should have filed a Motion to Terminate the Child Support. If he didn't, he needs to ASAP. Anything that was owed before he got custody, he still needs to pay, unless the other party waives the right to receive it (in the form of a Consent Order).
You can, but if there if there is someone he can stay with, that might be a better idea. It also depends on his maturity level, and how and how often someone would be checking in, how far away you are going, and whether he knows what to do in an emergency. If he has another parent or someone close...Read more »
Legally, you are already separated. If you are looking to have a Separation Agreement which addresses all other outstanding issues relevant until you can get your divorce, you'll need to find her. Otherwise, you can file for divorce on January 5, 2020. Once the divorce decree is entered however...Read more »
You can file in MD now, or wait until October 14th and file in NC. If NC, you would be filing for Custody (not guardianship). The parents can sign a Consent Order for Custody, which will give you what you need to take care of the child, and if their situation changes, they can file to have custody...Read more »
on child support. She said that he can go to court to get joint custody. I don’t understand. How he could think to do that when he’s not even around our son, he’s with me all the time. I asked my mother about this and she said that he could. My question is even with child support going... Read more »
Husband is in family home after work with children until I come home after work and a beer at my apartment. He made it impossible for me to stay there. I got apartment to get away from him yelling at me and all the arguing. I always sleep at home with my husband and children. My husband is starting... Read more »
It is fine that you got an apartment; however, it sounds like you need to file for custody as soon as possible. There are other things you can do to protect yourself and the evidence which you will need for your case. Consult a separate attorney about how best to go about this, if your current...Read more »
So my sons mother had her 14 year old niece living with her and my sons mothers boyfriend let his bestfriend stay there as well who was over 21 years old and ended up getting the 14 year old pregnant and they all knew they were "dating" or messing around under the same roof. She ended up having to... Read more »
Yes. They can, assuming there is a valid transfer to him/her (with or without other joint owners). They will also be legally responsible for his/her share of the annual taxes, and other liabilities associated with the property.
taken if there is a judgement against me for it. Everyone tells me that I will get the inheritance and she can take me to court for it. But, today I received a call from the realtor saying that my ex has gotten a lawyer and this lawyer wants me to call him to settle some sort of payment. The... Read more »
Your case file needs to be removed. Not sure why you didn't file a Motion to Modify Child Support amount when you could not afford your own bills. Nonetheless, you may want to do so now. If there is no judgment, then she would not be able to get to your inheritance before you do, without filing a...Read more »
In 2015 florida courts granted custody to my ex wife who had hardly had any part in her life until then. (I believe due to gross misrepresentation, since my attorney was fired afterwards and i was not charged what i owed.) Now my daughter is 11 and still living with her mother, in onslow county.... Read more »
If you are going to register the Order now, it would need to be in NC (Onslow County). Once registered, you should file a Motion to Modify Custody. While you are at it, you may want to include a Motion to Modify Child Support in the same filing. Consult with an attorney about more of the specifics...Read more »
Actually, it would depend on what bills you were paying (i.e., part of the rent/mortgage, utilities, etc.). If you agreed to pay some bills in exchange for being able to live there after you turned 18, then technically you are a tenant, and they must give you advanced written notice or evict you....Read more »
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