Yes, if there was a marriage, he theoretically can file as a "dependent spouse" for what is called post spousal support. He'd probably need to consult with and pay an attorney to figure this out, however. The pleading requirements are a little complicated. He could also ask for what is known as...Read more »
The question itself doesn't make sense from a legal, procedural standpoint. Divorce from B&B and 50B are two very different things. I would suggest strongly that you get legal advice in person. Just call someone in your jurisdiction and set up a consultation.
His son manipulated me and told me he had the money to fight me and I would get nothing . His father and I had been split up for a year but I still took care of him . his son give me 5000 but my id wasn't even valid and I dont remember signing the papaers due to me doing pills trying to cope with... Read more »
A lot will depend on whether you can establish "duress" in forming the contract with the son. There is a presumption in North Carolina that absent a will, the biological children over a second wife, but this can be overcome with good evidence. If $5,000 was exchanged at time of your signature,...Read more »
Father has primary custody. I only see minor child every other weekend. She has four cavities. I told him to get them fixed. He tells me he will but never does it. I can’t take her to dentist and do not have the policy number. He denies me the information. The temporary parental order doesn’t... Read more »
The custody agreement or order (if there is one) will provide the remedy. If the father is obligated under the consent or custody order -- or under a custody agreement -- to provide orthodontics services, your lawyer can make a motion to show cause for contempt to ask a judge to force him to do...Read more »
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