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 »
There isn't a form on the Register of Wills' website that would accomplish this. You should reach out to a local attorney to inquire about he/she assisting you with preparation of a proper disclaimer. It need not be anything fancy but it would be worth it to consult with an attorney about...Read more »
My daughter's father and I currently live one hour apart. I would like to move about two and a half hours away from him, with him driving the same amount as he currently does and I will make up the difference. This move would make a huge difference financially. Would it be illegal for me to... Read more »
I don't think it's a wise idea to do so. You can offer to pay for travel expenses and you should obtain counsel to at the very least help you create a child custody agreement in a more formal manner. That way you and your child(ren) are protected in the event things don't work out as...Read more »
It sounds like you and your spouse are in a polyamorous relationship and has agreed to allow a third party to have access to the both of you and your home. Under those circumstances, your spouse can always revoke his consent. Given that you and your spouse have equal rights to occupy the home, it...Read more »
Without knowing the exact facts of the case and all parties involved, if that is the advice that she received, then she should follow it. You are correct in that a paternity action must be filed. Once paternity is established, mom can file for child support and custody. Good luck!
I filed a motion for custody for schooling an had mentioned about child support in the motion went to trial got the new order of there recommendation but it don't mention anything about child support an its been the same amount for almost 5yrs even with reasonable parenting time but now... Read more »
You can have dad file an emergency petition for custody. However, doing so requires additional documents such as a motion to shorten time. I do not suggest you or dad undertake this without the assistance of counsel. You should also contact your local Department of Social Services and file a report...Read more »
If you have shared physical custody AND you are both entitled to claim the minor child(ren) during tax time, under the Internal Revenue Code, if you can't agree on who should claim or you don't alternate, then the parent who has the highest income is the tie-breaker and is entitled to...Read more »
According to the decision of Bailey v. State of North Carolina, you are correct, the state cannot collect tax on your FERS as long as you have the eligible number of years as of 1989. In your case, 1983. If you would like to read more, there is a wonderful explanation here:...Read more »
It is unclear based on the facts whether you can have the person removed from the home. However, to get a protective order dismissed against you, you will have to gather evidence and present both tangible (if available) and testimonial evidence of what happened at the protective order hearing. I do...Read more »
My taxes were applied to my child support arrears this year, as was my stimulus check of $2200. After those payments my arrears should have been paid off, but it's not showing up. I spoke with someone and only my state taxes have cleared, even though I filed my taxes at the end of January.... Read more »
My baby mom give our child cps I was incarcerated so my mother got my child as care giver...cps check my home in every thing I had the baby at 8days old until 3 now she 2... because her mother didn't want her...I don't understand y my mom holding me back from having my child she was fine... Read more »
I have texts, emails, and pictures to prove that my spouse had the opportunity and willingness to have an affair. The event took place 5 years ago and we have tried to reconcile but we are now to the point where she has left the residence three weeks ago. Our two sons (15 and 12) have remained at... Read more »
Usually when there is adultery, you qualify for an absolute divorce with no waiting period. However, there are defenses claiming adultery. For example, your spouse can say that you forgave it or you condoned it because of your actions/words (you said I forgive you, you resumed the marital...Read more »
These are discovery questions. They will help the attorney prepare their case. You should not ignore them simply because you do not understand them. If you fail to respond, the other attorney may file sanctions against you and ask the court to prevent you from entering evidence to prove your case...Read more »
My sons' are 9 and 12. They refuse to go back to their Father's house. We have 50/50 custody, but no schedule agreement filed with the court. After taking several comments from them out of context, my ex husband bagged up all their belongings from the house he shares with them and dropped... Read more »
Given the limited facts above, I am unclear what you mean about 50/50 custody but no schedule agreement. If you are saying that there is no court order or involvement, then I'd wait and see if the matter blows over. Humans are complicated especially with emotions involved so this may just blow...Read more »
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