I became pregnant with my daughter during the time my boyfriend and I were separated. It was a one time and I do not know the father. The boyfriend and I did keep seeing each other and when I found out I was pregnant I told him and I moved back in with him at 6 months pregnant.
You are asking a question regarding disestablishment of paternity. Only men are allowed to disestablish paternity. Fla. Stat. section 742. 18. When you file for a divorce, your husband can file a separate count to disestablish his paternity but the judge is unlikely to grant it unless the...View More
During the school year, our agreement is 9 days at home, 5 days away. He picks her up Thursday, she comes home Tuesday, then she is home the next 9 days til Thurs. Then in summer, the schedule changes to Sunday to Sunday, back and forth with each parent 1 week. So for June 2021. Her Dad has her... View More
I agree with my colleague. The parenting plan anticipates that both parents will agree to minor changes and will only seek court intervention as a last resort. Try to compromise on the interpretation. It's not worth spending thousands of dollars and missing time from work for a judge to tell...View More
I have my son adopted in November of court issues I'm trying to attain a copy of my son's birth certificate to show the IRS that I had my son for the first part of the year how do I go about doing that
This is a tax question. The birth certificate will not prove that the child lived with you during the first part of the year. It will prove that you were his mother until the birth record is updated with the new parents' information. It looks like you are trying to claim the tax credit for the...View More
I officially got divorced in August last year. I agreed to pay a storage and dock fee for the boat we co-owned a the time (but only she has sole use of the boat) until the boat is sold (which she is supposed to do). It is coming up on a year and she has still not sold the boat and I am still paying... View More
I am a foreign citizen and I just got my marriage-based conditional green card which expires in two years. My spouce is much older than me (late 60s) and has heart problems (he had surgery about 7 years ago and will probably need another one soon to install some kind of mechanism). He wants to... View More
As my colleague stated, you need to file form I-751 I your marriage ends in a divorce before your conditional residency expires. My concern for you however, is that, with such a short marriage it may raise red flags to the immigration officer about whether your marriage was real.
completed as my first marriage and divorce took place in Peru. I was told by an immigration lawyer that I invalidated my divorce because I remmarried in the US (Florida) before the process had finished, and that I must divorce my ex once again but in the United States although he does not live in... View More
If your second marriage occurred before the dissolution of your first marriage was finalized, the second marriage is void. This means that it is invalid, as if it never took place. You will need to marry your second spouse again.
If you get divorced while the AOS is pending you are no longer considered an immediate relative of your spouse and are no longer eligible for the current visa category. There may be other options available to you which may mean that you do not have to leave the country. Speak to immigration...View More
You may need to set an Infopass appointment with your USCIS district office to find out whether your green card is expired. You can also do an application for a replacement permanent resident card if the card is lost, stolen or mutilated.
I filed for divorce in California where my ex lives because I had a attorney that was helping me for free. The divorce got as far as filing the proof of service, but court came back saying that attorney did not file original proof of service document.
You can file a notice of voluntary dismissal in the California divorce case. Assuming that your spouse did not file a counter petition, then the notice of voluntary dismissal should be sufficient to get the case dismissed. Also, the clerk may close the case on its own after a long period of...View More
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