He can’t just make you leave. Going through the divorce process will address this situation. You should consult with an attorney who can help you with the process. The house is likely to be considered marital asset.
Xbox is not allowed at my house. I gave my son everyday for a week to give it back or get rid of it. He refused and 1st said he bought it then it was given to him. I contacted the police they said I had the right to get rid of anything that I feel is not good for my child. When he plays he gets... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. If there is an issue due to you throwing it away you may want to buy another xbox, rather than hire an attorney, because it will be more cost effective. If the one you threw away was used you may want to look online for a used working one to replace it with, so that it is...Read more »
Is his legitimation request immediately granted or do I have the opportunity to request a different custody agreement? Will there be a court date? We have never been married, and have a history of domestic violence as him as the aggressor.
If you are no longer incarcerated, which is what I’m assuming, then you should consult with an attorney. An attorney can review the facts of your case in detail, present you with your options, and help you plan the proper course of action.
In order for you to have any legal rights at all you will need to go through the legitimization process. You will need to work with an attorney to do that. Once you do that then you will be able to have a judge grant some custody to you, and if she doesn’t abide by it then she would be in...Read more »
I am a stepfather and have filed for custody rights under the Equitable caregivers Act of 2019 19 - 7 - 3.1 I have some very specific questions regarding repeals of laws given the fact that I am now allowed to file for custody rights of a child as a non-biological person
Considering you have specific questions regarding your situation it would be ideal for you to consult with an attorney who can help you. An attorney can review the facts of your case in detail and provide guidance specific to your case.
I understand preschool is optional and per Georgia Compulsory law children aren’t required to attend school until 6. Dad has educational tie breaker, mom has primary physical custody. Parents previously made a written agreement per email for children to a school and after mom paid tuition and... Read more »
Since he has the right to be the tie breaker then he will get to make the call. Sorry about the inconvenience that it causes. This should have been discussed, but in the end he was given the tie breaker right.
I recently testified in court for a restraining order on late July and got the order extended due to admitting guilt. The guardianship was recommended by the police to my mother on early May due to many encounters with them. My parents are now planning to file guardianship over me and my question... Read more »
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