The reason I want to do this is because she took our 20000 dollars in savings and put it into an account I have no access to. Also the reason I ask is that I give her 350 dollars a week and feel it's not right if she decided to do that.
It is your right to deposit your money into your own account. However, the structure of the account does not convert the funds to a non-marital asset. Your income and her income are considered marital property regardless of how the account is set up. Similar to a vehicle purchased during the...View More
If it is your wife's cell phone and your wife's vehicle, then the answer would be yes it would be fraudulent as you would not have the authority to interfere with her contract with her cell phone provider or transfer legal title in her vehicle. If there is a court order requiring you to...View More
If you have joint legal custody then you would already have the legal authority to schedule an appointment for your son. If you do not have this authority, then you would need to file a motion to modify to request the court review the situation. Perhaps you could simply ask the Mother to go to...View More
If you do not have legal custody then you will not be able to put your son in rehabilitation. You could file a motion to modify custody and seek legal custody. Or you could ask the Children's Division to step in and do an investigation. However, there could be consequences once the juvenile...View More
My parents have been divorced a long time ago. My mother has a legally binding agreement that states she will receive a percentage of my father's retirement funds. He has not paid her anything since child support(2003), she's been scared of him because of the physical abuse from him in... View More
In all likelihood she will need to enforce the Judgment in the same state as the divorce judgment. If she is dealing with retirement funds, then a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) or Division of Benefits Order should have been referenced within the divorce decree and drafted shortly...View More
Assuming he also signed the affidavit acknowledging paternity then there is a "presumption" of paternity with the ex. A "presumption of paternity" is not a declaration of paternity. A judicial determination of the father-child relationship must be established to determine...View More
I'm asking on behalf of my boyfriend, who is unfortunately still married to his ex. They have been separated for going on 4 years now and he and I are wanting to get married and this is preventing that.
If the parties agree on how to divide all of their assets and debts as well as all other issues, such as parenting time and child support then it would be relatively quick. Assuming complete cooperation by both parties a divorce can be finalized within 6-8 weeks. However, if there is even one...View More
You will need to file a Petition for Guardianship. The burden of proof will be on you to prove that both parents are unfit, unable and unwilling to provide for the child, which it sounds like you certainly can prove. Then the court considers the best interests of the child as to the proper...View More
While they do have joint custody, the ex wife is the primary caregiver. My husband pays child support to her each week. We live in the same county and see them twice a month, every other weekend. His daughter has been expressing that she wants to live with us for the past 3 years now. She is... View More
There are several factors the court will use in forming a parenting plan that is in the child's best interest, including the wishes of the child. There is not a statutory age in which a minor child gets to choose where she lives, however as the child matures, the Court will certainly consider...View More
It depends on the violation and the Judge. For example, if someone on probation violates for the same offense that put that person on probation, then the Court is likely to look at it more harshly. Some Judges have a zero tolerance policy, but others may allow a defendant to remain on probation....View More
He has been so inconsistent that my 2 year old barely even knows him and his current wife. At least 6 months of 2018 he didnt even get him for visits not even a call too see how he was doing. In our agreement we are supppose to switch years on who claims him for the tax year, given he does as he is... View More
Yes you can have the court modify the existing judgment so long as there is a change in circumstances that is substantial and continuing. In order to do have a Judge consider changing the existing plan, you'll need to file a Motion to Modify. But it will take time to get a trial date and go...View More
She takes him out of state on my time. Refuses to give him back, and the police will not get involved. This has happened over 5 times. When we go to court can I fight for full custody, and she just get visitation? Can she lose her rights? Can they grant me some custody?
Your first step may be to file a Family Access Motion. This is a potential self help remedy as you do not necessarily need an attorney to file the motion. The court will expedite a hearing and can grant make up time and can impose a financial penalty to her. However, if you want to modify...View More
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