I think she keeps him away from me just because I have a girlfriend and my happiness. I feel like she couldn’t allow me to have a girlfriend or whatever I want to do with my life. She has a fiancé and another baby with him which I’m happy for her. I don’t even get mad at her what she has... Read more »
I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but if your question is whether you have a right to see your son even if you have a girlfriend, the answer is YES. There are many factors that go into a custody/placement determination, but a good lawyer can help you determine what actions you can take.
First we are considering a step-up custody plan and I make 3 times the salary he does. If we start at 70/30 I owe him $13 a month. But if he can complete a AA Program and a year of Soblerlink without drinking the custody plan will go to 50/50 and I would owe 825 to him a month. My question is will... Read more »
It's true that you can file stipulations to change child support after the divorce is finalized, but be advised that a judge will not necessarily automatically approve those stipulations. The agreement must still comport with Wisconsin law and make sense to the judge. You may want to consult...Read more »
While it’s true that the court *may* use its discretion and not divide this debt, the debt IS presumptively marital under Wisconsin Law, and thus presumed to be an equal debt. Whether that presumption is overcome will depend on many more facts than listed in your initial inquiry. For example,...Read more »
There are many factors that a court will use to determine how parties share income or assets while a divorce is pending. Presumptively, all assets are marital and shared until the divorce is final, but the court has the authority to deviate from that on a temporary basis.
Wife will not let me see my daughter keeps telling she does not want to see me. Week ago my daughter wanted commit suicid was in hospital. My wife makes poor choices and hangs around these couple that are divorced but live together and lives in same apartment complex and these couple have stuck... Read more »
Sorry to hear about your situation. You would need to file for divorce/legal separation and then seek temporary orders re: physical placement of your daughter if you want to have a legally enforceable court order to see your daughter or keep her from a harmful environment.
Assuming you are the father and not the mother, if paternity has not been established you will need to do so if you want to gain physical placement rights. There is no child support until paterntoth is established and a request is made for the same through the courts.
Wisconsin is a marital property law state. Even if your name is not on the deed, the home is preemptively 50/50. There are factors that can change that, of course and discussing with an experienced family lawyer makes sense in this situation.
You need to file a contempt motion and seek that the court and force your court orders. An Attorney can certainly be helpful to make sure it is done properly and timely, but you don’t “need“ an attorney.
Have been married for 10 years, separated for 9. I have another child in which my spouse is not the father. I was told i need a divorce in order for me to establish paternity for the baby. Other wise, all other issues are non contested.
8/1/2017. She has confirmed that she will not marry until the alimony subsists 3/2022. I have learned that a WI Supreme Court Case Jan. 9,2017 found the ex-spouse in contempt and ordered the termination of alimony. Does this apply to me? She and her fiancé make over 100K/year and own two homes... Read more »
That depends on whether you already have a judgment of paternity and/or custody and placement orders. If you do, then you can file an enforcement motion seeking to enforce the previous placement schedule. If you do not, you need to file an action to establish paternity, and if paternity is...Read more »
Court order states that ex pays me a marital settlement in 3 months or the marital home goes up for sale and profits used to pay settlement. The house sits and the ex is incognito (currently has a nationwide warrant for no child support). He is off the grid. I want to get a court date for contempt... Read more »
This is an interesting and complex question. There are so many more details needed to give you an accurate answer. Strongly recommend consulting privately with an attorney so he/she can review your divorce judgment, financials, etc.
If your court order does not allow for additional times of placement then your ex can deny you. Depending on when your final judgment was issued, your best bet would be to file a motion to modify placement and seek additional expanded placement with your child(ren).
We were never married, current orders only state visitation details. Dad is to submit to me monthly drug test results in order to see child..he has been out of jail since March of 2019 has not given me any results or complied with order. Dad spent 3 years in jail on for felony gun and drug charges.... Read more »
I’m not aware of any state fill-in-the-blank forms specific to grandparents visitation cases. You could try using the generic motions to modify custody and placement forms, but a well-seasoned attorney might be your best bet.
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