No! The only authority to dictate how you contact your ex is a court order. Does the court order/judgment have any special terms or conditions? If not, then you are free to contact her as needed. It's called "co-parenting."
I need to make more money in order to take care of the kids - I am a single mom with shared custody. I’m taking a new job. The training will require 5mos where he would need to take them mon-Fri and I could take them Fri-sunday. Then after that I could go back to the 2/2/5 or adjust as needed.... Read more »
In my opinion, you should think twice about giving him the children for 4.5 days a week with only 2.5 days left for you. Five months is a long time on this schedule and once you do it, if it happens, it may be difficult to get back what you had.
You should get an agreement together with a...Read more »
I have a couple of questions so I’ve been having a lot of issues with the babies father and his family . I plan on going to court soon but i am wondering what my chances would be in court . On his side of the family his mother has threatened for grandparent rights but has barely seen her... Read more »
This is really a two-part question. I found a GPS tracking device on my car, and I think my ex-husband put it there. Technically, he still owns the car, although as part of our divorce settlement, he’s to continue paying off the loan (which is in his name) and then turn the title over to me once... Read more »
I have sole custody of my 12 yo daughter. My ex has visitation on Sun. and 2 nights a week for dinner. Other visitation to be agreed upon. He has not followed the schedule once in 8 years. My daughter has not seen her father since Feb. nor had a phone call from him in several months. I am recently... Read more »
You really should file a motion with the court and have him served. He may not even show up for the hearing and the court will probably grant your request based upon the facts as you have stated. Technically, you would be in violation of the order for visitation if you moved without a court order,...Read more »
My father has a Qualified Domestic Relations Order and ever since retiring he's been forced to pay a percentage of his pension to his ex wife. The ex wife has a much better life than my dad now and we're in need of the money more than she is. IS there anything that can be done?
6. Post-Secondary Educational Support: The parties hereby agree that the Court shall retain jurisdiction over this matter for the purpose of entering Orders pertaining to the payment of post-secondary education expenses pursuant to the provisions of Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 46b-56c.
Yes. That is the purpose of the language that states the court retains jurisdiction to enter orders for college or other post- secondary education costs. You will need to file a motion with the court and you both will have to fill out financial affidavits.
My parents told me I could leave and let me leave the house and I went to my uncles house because that was the only place I could’ve thought of. And I’ve been living here for about 3 to 4 months. I have a job at McDonald’s and I buy my own stuff. My uncle is planning to move somewhere else... Read more »
Go to the probate court in your town and file the papers for emancipation. The clerk will help you but she/he can not give you legal advice. So long as you are managing your own financial affairs (working and paying for your own stuff) you have a chance at getting the court's approval....Read more »
I agreed to allow my ex to keep our daughter during this coronovirus outbreak. I agreed to it before I knew the facts and how low risk children are to it. I told her that the risk was low to children and the children that do get it usually have mild symptoms. I also told her no one was sick around... Read more »
Unfortunately, right now and for the near future, the courts are pretty much closed for most business. You can file your motion for contempt, however, it will not be heard any time soon. My suggestion is that you take her up on that offer and go there as often as possible. Maybe if you go too much,...Read more »
We need to relist it. My brother says that financially he doesn't need to sell it and wants to list it for a price that is $60,000 higher than the price it was already listed at. A new, potential listing agent has indicated it would be unlikely to sell it at such an exorbitant price and... Read more »
You can file a "partition action" in the superior court. The court will most likely force the sale of the property at a reasonable price. You will need to retain an attorney who practices real estate litigation law.
Thank you for the reply regarding Educational Support Orders (my divorce agreement specifies that the court "retains jurisdiction"). My question is how do I go about getting in writing what my ex and I are agreeing to? If he agrees to split college and expenses 50/50, I want that to be in... Read more »
You need to file a motion with the court requesting an educational support order post-judgment. If you have an agreement then it must be put in writing and signed. Once you do that you can go to court and have it made a court order when the motion you filed comes up on a calendar. If you don't...Read more »
My mother had other siblings that are named along with her. Her brother was of sound mind and knew my mother died over 20 years ago. My mother had a husband at the time of her death. Is he entitled? Thanks
My daughters father passes, his mother became executor at probate court here in CT. I recieved the proof of what money he had, what amount his mother was to be reimbursed and then for the remainder to be sent to my daughter. She has not sent it and probate court says they can not do anything else.... Read more »
It appears that you may not understand the probate process and that is okay. If your daughter is the beneficiary/heir to a sum of money she must be given the money. The probate court is the ultimate court of relief and has the power to make sure this happens. That is what the probate court is for....Read more »
My husband and I divorced about 4yrs ago and in the divorce decree I was awarded 50% of his pension and 60% of his 401k employee savings. His attorney was to submit the QDRO info, I received a payment payout on the pension plan. But I recently realized that I never received anything on his 401k... Read more »
My first question is: Was his attorney supposed to actually draft the QDRO and file it with the court? The reason I ask is that usually, most of us family attorneys, farm out QDRO's to an attorney who specializes in QDROs. There are a handful of attorneys who handle them. For purposes of this...Read more »
That's an interesting question. You should file a motion asap and request that the funds be applied towards the arrearage. I don't know what a judge would do, but I suspect you have a good chance on winning this.
i am the custodial parent to my son and his mother according to juvenile court is allowed no less than 2 days visitation, currently i allow 2 days a week plus every other weekend. She is originally from florida and i would like to move back to florida asap. you would think this would be an easy... Read more »
I don't have enough information to question the lawyer's intentions. Does your son's mother already agree you can move back to Florida, even if she does not? Because, if she doesn't (or don't you know?) then this is a battle. You can't just up and move without a court...Read more »
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