He says because I don't drive or work and I live with my parents CPS has grounds to take him away. But he drives on a suspended license, doesn't have a job and can't pass a drug test. So my question is this true or is he just trying to scare me?
No, those are not reasons for CPS to remove your child. You staying with an abusive boyfriend would, however, potentially be reason to remove your child as would having your child around a known drug user. If you haven't been to court to establish custody, you have sole custody. Tell him to...View More
He is in rehab for the 5th time, was fired from his job also. I have a job but can not pay my bills and pay to get a separation. Would it be possible for me to get some help here? I need to ensure that he can not further destroy me financially. Any advice you can offer would help me. Thank you.
One side out.The original deed claims the house was purchased separately during which time we were married and in fact living under the same roof during said purchase of the home I had death in my family made me unable to go to closing he was enthusiastic about us doing the closing but when he... View More
Am i still his first born legal heir? He has since remarried and has no biological children of his own so does the adoption make me his legal heir? He is not in good health and he hasn't had any contact with me in 10 years . Am I entitled to anything he has or will I need to contest his will... View More
You may or may not have grounds to challenge the will. You would be his heir if he had no will, but it is his choice to leave you out of his will if he wishes. You should consult a probate attorney to help you review your options.
My fiance has done a total of 109 days in robertson county jail for child support. We had heard that there was a new child support law making it to where you can no longer go to jail over Child support. We live in TN. We was told if you didnt pay you would lose all rights to your child but you... View More
He has a sixteen years old daughter. She just told him she has dropped out. We explain that you can't just drop out at 16. You can be homeschooled. Found out from a family member that she isnt being home-schooled. Just working or at home. Does child support drop if she's in homeschool or... View More
No, he has to at least pay child support until she is 18. Then, if she is not in school, he can asked to be relieved of child support. He should also be concerned about truancy issues if she is not attending school.
My ex (also mother of my child) had a son before we got together. His biological father has never been in the picture, but is on birth certificate. Can I ever give him my last name or get rights of some sort for him? He doesn’t understand why my daughter and wife (not his mom) can have my name... View More
I'm female 58, my husband male is 62. We've been married 41 years. He collects worker's comp and disability social security. He collects a very comfortable income. I quit work 11 years ago. He won't let me get a job, he's not an invaild. I basically have nothing. No formal... View More
You should consult an attorney to discuss your options. Many will offer a free consultation. You shouldn't stay in a marriage with an ass. You have options. They may not be easy options, but you have options.
Per the MDA, Health insurance is to be split 50-50 between both parents for our two kids but she is refusing to provide me the information about the health insurance costs. Am I still responsible for that-can she just tally that up as the year goes and make me have to pay her a lump sum at the end... View More
The court would certainly force her to provide you with the information. Unfortunately, if she is refusing, it may take going to court to get her to provide you with that information. You should consult an attorney.
They should only test for illegal drugs. If they try to use the fact that he takes medications for bipolar to not hire him, then they may violate his rights under the ADA. He should consult an attorney to advise him regarding his rights.
Backstory:::The FSW told my nephew he had to do at least 3 months because he has an indeterminate sentence of 3-6 months.Now that he has been in the YDC 90 days and has not been in any trouble she is now saying he has to get his GED to get out.Mind you, his counselor is even pushing for his... View More
I have never seen an FSW require that a youth get a GED prior to release, but I have seen the court require it. If you are concerned, talk to the FSW's supervisor or better, hire an attorney to ask for your nephew's release.
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