If he is willing to cooperate in the divorce process and does not want to have any other issues addressed either, then it would not be terribly complicated. However, if he will not agree you will likely need an attorney to assist you in getting permission to serve him specially at the very least.
My account is current, but I have retroactive arrears dating back to the submission of the complaint. Child support comes out of my paycheck twice a month, including extra to pay off the retroactive support. I was under the impression that my name would not be submitted to the IRS for a federal... Read more »
While it really shouldn't be the case, even arrears due to retroactivity can trigger refund intercepts and other collection actions if the amount is high. You or your counsel should try contacting donestic relations to see why the intercept was issued and if there is anything that can be done...Read more »
It depends. If you are co owners of the residence, the short answer is no. He has every bit as much right to be in the home as you do if you both own it. However, there is a right in PA to seek an order of exclusive possession which would bad him from entering the home and allow you to change the...Read more »
He has already admitted on stand that he has physically and emotionally abused me. He also calls him dumb, fat and if he even catches him crying, he calls him a cry baby. I'm so afraid he's going to start physically abusing him because that's how my abuse started. We have our... Read more »
That is a very concerning form of punishment. not knowing any more about the situation it is difficult to be certain, but that sounds inappropriate and if you are concerned for your child's safety while in his father's care you should contact cyf and/or your local PFA office.
My 3 children have always lived with me my ex didn't want any visits or anything until last week he picked them up from their school without my authorization and now will not return them or even let me speak to them? I don't even know what to do. Please help??
you need to file for custody right away and file an emergency Motion for an interim custody order. You need to speak with an attorney right away. Without an Order of Court to the contrary, he is free to pick the children up or otherwise exercise custody of the children. You should retain a lawyer...Read more »
His father is not listed on the birth certificate but did sign an affidavit of paternity in court and pays child support. There is no court ordered custody agreement right now and I just allow him to go every other weekend but his dad is damnding more. He has warrants out for his arrest (and is... Read more »
It depends. If there is not a custody order in place and the two of you do not have a written custody agreement, then he is able to travel with your child just as you would be able to travel with your child without his permission (barring any federal rules regarding international travel that may...Read more »
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