My husband cheated on me with another girl. She found out she's pregnant. Her and her husband doesn't want it. Her and her husband is willing to terminate their rights. She said when it's born she doesn't even want to hold it. I know for a fact it's my husband's baby.... View More
I had residential custody of them up until this summer when my husband and I started building a house. They were staying with their dad because their rooms weren't made yet and he asked if I would be willing to change the papers just until my house was finished and they could come back to me... View More
The preference of the children could be a factor, but it’s less likely when they’re still so young. Child custody is determined by the best interest of the child and there are a list of factors that judges consider. I recommend consulting an attorney to determine your best strategy for getting...View More
We are almost finished with a new Home construction and I found out he was cheating 7 months after marriage. I don’t want his house or land but am I entitled to something monetary to start my life over?
There's no way to answer that without knowing more about your particular financial situation. Typically, you would be entitled to half of the portion of her retirement plan that accrued during the marriage. You would do well to contact an attorney to make sure you're getting everything...View More
I haven't seen my 11 month old daughter in 33 days my ex fiance is hiding her from me just being vindictive for our breakup. I've read that with no standing custody order from the courts, that I have 50% rights to my daughter. And that I can pick her up from any location with proof of... View More
You’ll need to file a petition to establish paternity. A birth certificate alone is not enough. You have no right to the child if you were never married to the child’s mother until you establish paternity. Then you can ask for visitation or custody.
They need to be separate documents. You might also want to consider a living will, which states your end-of-life directives. If you own real property then you might want a trust as well. I'd recommend going over all of your options with an attorney. There are a lot of documents that might be...View More
Father pasted two years ago and mom never remarried and I'm an only child. Does she need a will if I'm on everything but the house that still has a mortgage? She only has a retirement acct, bank acct, car paid off, jewelry and the house. She has already paid everything to be laided by... View More
She will need to create a beneficiary deed and/or a trust to avoid probate, even if you will be her only surviving heir.I would suggest that she meet with an estate planning attorney to go over all of her options for avoiding probate.
Also, she has been gravely ill the last couple of weeks, in the hospital and then now is in a nursing home (she is 75 and has multiple medical conditions of which she may not recover). My sister had taken him into her home with no legal rights to him. If my mother passes, and I am now capable of... View More
The answer to your first question will depend on the whether receiving notification of the child's medical emergencies, or similar language, was included in the Order of Guardianship.I wouldn't be able to answer the second question without asking a lot of questions regarding your...View More
That statute is the Doctrine of Necessaries and it has been abolished in Arkansas.The old law stated that absent express authority, neither a husband nor a wife is liable for the other's debt obligations, including those for necessaries.
This child lives with his grandmother who is horribly abusive, mentally and emotionally. She told this child, earlier this week, she would rather kill him than put up with him. This child is so depressed he told my son that he is thinking of ending his life. How can I go about getting emergency... View More
I have paid back child support for 15 yrs, my children are almost 30 and married with their own children. I always paid but gave it to my ex directly, so courts did not have a record of it, with interest added on looks like I will be paying the rest of my life.
She has asked us to move in with her to care for her until her death. We will be responsible for paying the bills, upkeep and repairs (which could be quite costly) on the house. I also have a full sibling (who has agreed to this arrangement) and 4 half-siblings who have no contact with my mother.... View More
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