My ex husband faked an at home paternity test when my daughter was 3. I never questioned it since it was a way to get him out of our lives. He's had no contact with my daughter since. Now my daughter is 13 and wants to know for sure that he is her father and to have him removed for her birth... Read more »
You are looking for advice on a very complicated matter that requires the assistance of counsel. I highly suggest you reach out to counsel in your county/city to discuss your options. Counsel can provide several mechanisms for locating him that you may not have at your disposal. And your case is...Read more »
There was a hearing and new proposed orders in Maryland my son started school already and upon receiving these proposed orders he was taken out of his current school by the other party and enrolled in another county they haven’t started school yet. In the current order we have joint custody in... Read more »
You can ask the court to set the child support where you and the other parent are generally charged with supporting the child(ren). You do have to be able to justify not paying support to each other though.
I am sorry for your loss. If your sister passed away owning a home, the home, depending on how it's titled, has to go through probate. If you are the only sibling, no spouse, and none of your parents are alive and she didn't have any children, then you can rightfully inherit the house....Read more »
So in January my mom got a letter from her financial advisor which was from the IRS telling her that she had to fill out a W-9 because the social security she had in her account was wrong. My mom immediately took action and we went to our financial advisor office to correct the social security... Read more »
She plans on attending school when i go on mydhr it’s looks like the case has been closed. Was I to contact someone to let them know she does plan to attend. She has applied but not ready to take that risk
pay for room and board and nursing services when admitted to a hospital, 3 days or longer, or in an associated Rehabilitation medical facility which is paid by Medicare. In other words, Medicare and or Medicaid pay for the resident's room and board and other covered services by Medicare paid... Read more »
This answer is complicated--it depends. It depends on your age. At a certain point, the court will take into account your age and preference. Your parents have to follow the order as written. If they don't then they are in contempt of court.
I am sorry to hear about your daughter. Yes, you can petition the court for third party custody. However, it is not something you should do without the assistance of counsel. Unless the Department of Social Services is involved, it is unclear as to how you can be a foster parent for your...Read more »
I was granted an interm and a temporary restraining order against my sister-in-law, but the final protective order was dismissed b/c all of my evidence came from my brother-in-law’s phone and he was not present at the hearing (he had given me copies of all of the texts and voicemails).
I suggest you contact an attorney for a consultation to discuss your rights to the apartment and your responsibilities for the rent and utilities. It is a marital home but your name is not on the lease so there are some special issues there.
If the father has been released, he can petition the court for access. It is unclear from the facts whether he will prevail or not. Either way, it is not something that I'd recommend he should take on by himself, he does need counsel.
I had a child custody hearing do I follow the new proposed orders or do I continue to follow court orders that were in place until signed by a judge and sent to me? In Maryland Ordered my magistrate I do not agree with orders
My friends asked me to be the trustee of their son who has a disability. I didn't know what that meant and I tried to decline and they told me it wasn't that hard. That I would be the local person and his sister would be making the decisions. I didn't research it and agreed.... Read more »
Without seeing the trust agreement, I can only answer based on the facts you have provided. Usually the trust agreement will advise you as to how to resign as the trustee. If it's silent, then I suggest you talk to the sister about passing the torch and then following up your resignation in...Read more »
He has helped me through high school and college now and has been very beneficial to my life. Now my mom is deciding to divorce and I'm about to lose my step-father, but I don't want to. I love my step-father a lot.
You are old enough to have a relationship with your step-dad without any court involvement. You are also old enough to make a decision as to whether you want to reside with him--it is no one else's decision but yours.
If I need to contact Adult Protective Services for someone in an abusive adult guardianship situation, should I be contacting them in the state the person is living in or in the state of jurisdiction for the guardianship?
Yes, you can always contract for future work--some vendors like to get paid for their work in advance to secure your spot. Check the HOA's governing documents and see if this is against the policies set out in the documents. If so, then you should follow it. If not, then contracting for future...Read more »
Yes, that is always a good idea. That way one person does not feel as if he/she is carrying the responsibility of the debt. Make sure to get a receipt or confirmation of payment. Please keep in mind that if both of your names are on the lease, you are both jointly liable for the balance. So, if one...Read more »
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