If my daughter was supposed to graduate last year and she didn't and also I have a son who will turn 18 next year, is there something I can do to have the court stop the support now for my 19 yr daughter and next year when my son turns 18?
It could be both. Even if the brakes were bad, the driver must have known that before he took you on as a passenger. You should contact an attorney who has experience in this area of the law for help. Generally there is no cost for a conference and generally most attorneys work on a percentage...Read more »
The father of my child moved to Flordia at the beginning of June for personal wants with his girlfriend and their child. My daughter was seeing her father every other weekend Thursday through Monday and now he is asking for her to fly over to Flordia to spend the summer there. I told him I only... Read more »
I am a woman trying to divorce my husband in MN. I have been done a very long time and an old friend of mine and I rekindled our feelings for eachother after the seperation. My friend and I have known eachother 14 years. Anyways, we don't want to come out as a couple because it could hurt my... Read more »
Fault is no longer a consideration in dividing property or re: child support or alimony. Dating someone could potentially harm you IF there is a custody issue or if you or your friend are receiving or spending money on one or another. You should contact a family law attorney and fully explain your...Read more »
You should consult with another attorney who is experienced in Personal Injury cases and he/she could then give you the correct advice as to how to proceed. Most, if not all, attorneys in these type of cases will consult with you free of charge.
If the parties cannot continue to operate the business together which is likely the case and not a good idea, then the business needs to be valued and the spouse being awarded the business paying the other spouse his/her share or the the other spouse being awarded other assets etc. This is...Read more »
I filed for divorce and want to remove my divorce petition. Trial starts next week. I believe that the attorney for the other party put in place that if I removed my petition that she would automatically become the petitioner and we would proceed from there. Though I do not believe that my wife... Read more »
The Judge cannot deny you the right to withdraw your Petition; however, I am guessing your spouse served and filed a Counter-Petition and if so she can proceed on her Counter-Petition over your objection.
If there is no court Order, and he is the father of the children, each of you have the right to have the children and equally each of you can "take" the children anytime each of you wants, until there is a court Order designating what days each of you have. Is he harmful to the children...Read more »
How old is your daughter? He has no right to do what he did if you have full physical custody; however depending upon your daughter's age and the circumstances as to why she left, will impact on what the court will do in this situation. You should hire an experienced family law attorney to...Read more »
My niece and her youngest child were killed 4/2/18 And her 2 surviving children were taken from our care by the biological father of the younger child. They were taken to their "grandmothers " whom ny niece has told several authorities and family members she would never want her children... Read more »
I don't have an attorney as of yet, but only have a week left to respond with my answer and counter. I'm freaking out because I have no idea which paperwork i need to fill out and send back right away...please help. I've filled out most of it already but do I have to have all of the... Read more »
Mom makes more than Dad. Dad had to quit job to watch kids that are under his care because Support money made it impossible to pay for daycare. Support isn't being used for caring for daughter, she's never wearing shoes that fit, her hygiene is questionable.. Also daughter will be with... Read more »
A substantial change in financial circumstances can be a basis to change a child support obligation. I would need to know much more to give you a complete answer. You would need to bring a motion in order to lower support(unless your X agreed). You should talk with an atty to help you.
About a year ago, he transferred 50,000 dollars (half of his savings) to my private bank account. He did so to prove to me that he was serious about the marriage. Can he take it away from me after we file for divorce?
The parents have several domestic assault convictions, one back in 2015 when the mother stabbed the father twice in front of the kids. The girls were give to myself and my husband to foster until the Mother completed rehab and counseling. The parents are fighting again, and I need to get the... Read more »
We have joint legal and physical custody. I have asked her for the reason why she has them in counseling and she will not provide any information. My children are under my insurance and I have not consented to them being treated for this non emergency medical treatment. Can she legally continue... Read more »
You may not wish to cancel any appointments until you first consult with the counselor to see if your children need counseling; however, unless your Divorce Decree provides otherwise, if you have joint Physical and Legal custody, your X should not enroll your children in counseling without your...Read more »
Yes, and perhaps you will not have to sue and just settle out of court. Of course McDonalds may contest what happened and if so it is your burden to prove that is how you broke your tooth. You should consult an atty to help you.
He wont leave the house. He is the one that once the divorce, but he wont leave. I take care of my elderly father and I have a child not from him. I have 3 people to think about when he has one. I want to move out because i dont want to deal with the emotional abuse, but is that the smartest move... Read more »
If, in the end you wish to be awarded the house and live there, it would be a mistake to move out(of course if there is danger of Domestic Abuse-that could change things). I would need to know much more about your situation before I could give you the appropriate advice. You should consult with...Read more »
Yes, if he does not have an auto and therefore no insurance of his own, some auto policy and if none then a state Assigned Claims for autos would provide No-Fault Auto coverage. This is a bit complicated and you should contact an atty to help you.
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