Because he assumed I had seen them which I had not cause one of their grandmothers had picked them up and brought them to the lawyers office. The letters detailed the things they are suffering from especially my oldest daughter. I knew something had happened between the three of them but I had no... Read more »
She should be able to take the things that are hers, even if they are things they bought her. If they were given to her then they are hers, and at 18 she’s legally an adult and can make the decision to leave.
My husband has spent the last 2 years living separately from me at a rehab facility that is faith based. He lives and breathes this place, however some situations have occurred and the lack of structure, control and a system in general to confirm the sobriety of these individuals, their criminal... Read more »
If you can’t agree on one issue then you do not have an uncontested divorce. You have a contested divorce. As such, it would be a good idea if you consulted with an attorney on the best way to move forward with the proper course of action for the divorce.
My got married 2 times at courthouse in 2 different states the husband is married 2 another woman in another state I didnt no she was married till last week we been married since December 2020. Him and my wife bern married over 6/7yrs he's been gone 51/2yrs. The husband has been... Read more »
It’s a second domestic battery charge. He wants me to recant and or tell them I just made it up and it’s not true. DCF is involved. Which is a whole different monster. Can my kids be taken away if I we recant or tell them I lied? Or what consequences could I face? They have photos and statements.
I agree with my colleague. From what you are explaining, it sounds like the battery did take place, but he is pushing you to recant your story. That will not protect you or your children, and DFCS may see the situation as such. You should speak with a domestic abuse professional in your area who...Read more »
Where you married to the mother or have you legitimized the child? If the answer is no to both then you have to legal rights to the child and she can do that. In that case, you will need to legitimize the child. Once you do that you will be able to seek a custody arrangement that will give you the...Read more »
The bank has my name and phone number that I took 300 dollar out of a disable person account but I did not do it but they have my name and phone number she called the law on me and they are investigating it what are the chargers for it I need help
At this point you haven’t been charged with anything, correct? See what their investigation turns up and if it still points to you and there are charges involved then you could seek the advice of an attorney for your case.
Amount of trauma they had suffered at the hands of my wife, their adopted mother. After the mediation I spoke with the therapist and learned that my oldest daughter has trauma that is very close to ptsd at 15 years old. My lawyer says this isn’t something that I can now bring to the judge and... Read more »
If the person is your husband then the home should be considered marital asset and you would be able to stay if you continue paying for it. If you are not married then there could be other issues that arise. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail...Read more »
We have a son together that she has made no effort to contact since middle of Sept 2020. We habe been separated for a year. I got him due to her using drugs right after the separation. I know that most likely an attorney will have to get involved. Id just like to know the quickest way to get this... Read more »
You will need to exhaust all efforts to locate her. You can do this through hiring a skip tracer. If you are unable to after doing that then you may be able to divorce by publication. You should work with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action regarding your case.
If they are married and buying a house together then it should likely be considered marital asset and the court would split it, along with the other assets. If you want a prenuptial type of agreement regarding the house, or anything else, you should consult with an attorney who can help you with...Read more »
This really depends on the facts of your specific case. If this was a temporary guardianship then she could likely still have the ability to terminate that. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide guidance specific to your situation.
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