Barbara H. Agricola's answer that depends on both of your income. sometimes, judges will state not child support if you both make the same or nearly the same amount of money and the physical custody is joint. however, it depends on the judge, the county, and other factors. even if joint custody is given, child support may still be required based on the income levels.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer you can reach an agreement with your ex stating that when he has visitation of your child, that he cannot have anyone with whom he is romantically involved at the home who is not related by blood or marriage. or you can explicitly state in the agreement that his girlfriend cannot be around the child. or you can state something that specifically targets her. for example, if she has a criminal record, then you can state that no one with a criminal record can be around the child. however, usually...
Barbara H. Agricola's answer the ticket is written to the individual, not to the vehicle. so no, it cannot be dismissed if the information associated with the car is incorrect. that would incentivize people to put incorrect info down and never have to pay a ticket if that were the case.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer outside of any specific circumstances, you should be able to keep the child overnight. the courts are particular with young babies due to nursing, etc but that should not prevent you from getting overnight visitation. any reason preventing that would have to be based on a safety issue or your inability to care for their child. supervised visits are usually only for ppl who arent able to have the child in their care alone. you should be getting more than 3-4 hours once a week. you could take her...
Barbara H. Agricola's answer it would be based on what he stated in his will. so if his will states that all hs estate goes to his wife, then it would go to his wife, including the safe deposit box. however, if she died 6 months later, then it would go according to her will since his estate would have become hers if he died without a will, then it would go per stirpes.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer you can provide the deed which shows your ownership of the property. if the parents gifted you the land for you to build your house on it, then it needs to be recorded under your name in the probate court in the county where the property is located.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer that depends on your total debt and the amount creditors are going after, etc. there are several variables so it would be important to contact your bankruptcy atty to get the correct response considering your specific circumstances.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer no, he cannot. that is why it is important to stay in the marital residence if at all possible. of course, if the police need to be contacted for domestic disputes, then do that. however, someone cannot make the spouse leave the residence if they get upset.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer if the home is owned by both of you then yes, it is technically his property as well. however, the only way you could prevent that is if there was some sort of restraining order or protection from abuse filed. there has to be danger to you in order to get either one of those issued by the court, however.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer you cannot gain custody without going to court. you should file a dependency petition which means that the children are dependents of the state because their biological parents are either unable or unwilling to care for the minor children.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer the registered agent is the individual assigned to receive any mail on behalf of the business. usually, the registered agent is listed on the secretary of state website if you do a business entity search.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer you will have to probate the estate. since she died intestate, meaning without a will, you will need to petition the court for letters of administration so that the estate can be divided up. you should get with a wills/probate atty to proceed with this action.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer if he did not relinquish his parental rights, then he can ask the court to give him visitation. however, if visitation was taken away, then that likely means that your husband is not in a position to care for the child.
Barbara H. Agricola's answer if you have a child, then you may not be able to stop the garnishment. only way to do that would be to reach an agreement with the mother to reduce it or remove it or you can sign away your parental rights.
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