He took advantage of a bad situation that I was in and used it against me to his advantage. His wife is a teacher and is emotionally confusing our 6 year old son by referring to herself as mama and I haven't even been introduced to their teachers yet, he's exhibiting emotional outburst... Read more »
They may be mistaking the difference between not illegal and not enforcing the law. They may not know about the law. There are many different laws that make it quite difficult if not impossible to know them all.
She gets up at 6am every morning and works till 6pm chopping wood all day making 4x4x8 stacks of wood. Only paying her $20 dollars per trailer. That is below labor laws. She had told me other things in the past that were disturbing and cried not to go back and she was reported runaway last July... Read more »
Ideally you would have asked for a name change in the custody proceedings. You should hire an attorney to do a name change for you or see if the previous judge would be willing to amend their order to allow for it.
Without knowing more of the reason why he no longer wishes to stay with his dad that can be tricky to answer. Has he tried to speak with his father about the reasons why? A modification could likely be filed with the courts depending on different factors, and since the minor is over the age of 12...Read more »
Something as complex as termination of parental rights should be handled by an attorney. There are always situations where a persons parental rights can be terminated but it is not usually an easy process unless the other party agrees. There are numerous intricacies that I am sure your statement...Read more »
This situation is not uncommon and is not fraud. If your fiance wishes to he can sign the birth certificate and even formally adopt the child. You should consult with a lawyer and discuss options from this point forward.
I agree with Mr. Louden, Florida laws need to be answered by a Florida attorney. I would add though how certain are you that you are married in Oklahoma? With the age obviously being an issue there has to be a very precise set of events that occur for the marriage to be valid.
There are a few questions here that are left unanswered. You really should sit down with an attorney and discuss. However, it really depends on your uncle and what he gives her access to. If he gives her the credit card to the account then theoretically yes she has access. If he does not however...Read more »
my father and uncle have a shared bank account, my uncle just bought a new house from his new wife's ex-husband, how will this new marriage affect my father's shared assets and how might my uncle's mortgage effect my father and how might my uncle's new marriage effect my... Read more »
There are quite a few unanswered questions here. I would recommend siting down with an attorney to answer a lot of the intricacies that this question could entail. Essentially though the new wife would only be entitled to an equitable division of the assets that the uncle owns. If the uncle owns...Read more »
I think you are asking how a step father can become the child's father if the biological father is not in the picture. I would recommend that you hire an attorney and look into seeing if the biological father would be open to the step father adopting the child.
I was granted a default dissolution of marriage after my ex failed to show to any court hearings....He decided to hire an attorney to vacate the decree...which was granted on the pleadings. Meaning we did not have to show up to court, the judge just ruled in his favor. My ex has not paid a dime in... Read more »
My birth mom (I'm adopted) is due to have a daughter (my half sister) in 3 weeks. She is homeless with her boyfriend and also has schizophrenia along with HEP C. They have no items for the baby and no way to take care of her. I am 20 with my own child and I was wondering if there is a way to... Read more »
In the state of Oklahoma the judge is required to take into account the best interest of the child. I would recommend that you hire a lawyer to help you show to the courts how it is in the best interest of the child to be with you. It will be a heavy burden to overcome the presumption that the...Read more »
My boyfriend has been in jail since 8/25/17 for an alleged domestic A&B case and other charges. We do not have the bond money nor money for a private lawyer. He had a bond reduction hearing today, and based solely on his ex’s alleged statements that I operate a meth house and that my... Read more »
Basically, my ex has done some pretty awful things, I'm talking child porn awful.... Molested my little cousin awful.... We've been split for a few months and currently I have a PO against him for the safety of my children. I've recently met someone new and we've developed... Read more »
You are allowed to have a boyfriend during a divorce. With the facts you presented I would certainly recommend that you hire an attorney. It would not be the best idea to live together during this time and sometimes the judge will even issue a court order saying you cannot.
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