The mother of my child submitted a modification of parenting plan due to me not visiting my son (but mistake on my part). The modification was requesting that I do parenting classes, a psych evaluation, and reunification therapy. When I received the court order it specifically states that I should... Read more »
It would be necessary to see the documents to inform you as to what you rights and obligations under them are. Sometimes a court order only modifies certain aspects of a parenting plan and the other provisions carry forward.
My son was born and conceived before I met my husband and even thought of marriage. He put his hands on me last year when my son wasn't around he was with my mom for some quality time. If I continue to be married will I loose my son. Or can we find a way to work this out and continue... Read more »
The date to give it to her is 1 Sept 2020. We filed a CH7 BR together in Sept 2019 and lenders won't let me do a Refi until 1 year after the CH 7 was discharged. So getting the 50% equity out won't be able to be done until mid Sept - mid Oct. Getting a 45-60 day extension would allow me... Read more »
If this is a property settlement, then it can not be modified absent agreement of the other party. If the bankruptcy stay prevents you from taking a property settlement action, that is an exception, however if the situation is just that the bank won't let you refinance for a year, that is not...Read more »
So my sister is 17 and we’ve been fighting a lot. I’m 20 and she tells me if I get into a physical altercation with her she’ll press charges. We live in the same house but the address on my ID is different. Can I get into trouble for physically fighting with her? I also have a daughter so if... Read more »
I live in Colorado And have primary and legal custody the mother was defaulted on divorce and relocated to Iowa 7 months ago before divorce was final. She has no visitations the 1st year and only the summer after if she has a place to live being basically homeless now. I have a job offer in CA .... Read more »
Private invest results show suspect to have ended his last three marriages with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, establishing a modus operandi of using his past wives to bankroll personal improvements in his education, motorcycles, houses...all ending in... Read more »
We've been married since 1986 but never lived together or filed taxes as a married couple No communication until child was 16. He has never paid child support. (Ever) I had papers for divorce sent to his mom's house in 1988, he never signed. We both through the years been in relationships... Read more »
Father also has interstate case I thought. The case worker told me today she had filed two years ago in Texas bc father has never been served and I’ve spent over 10k fighting this. I called Tx OAG and they told me there has never been an active case on either party.. I.e grandmother or fathers... Read more »
It would be important to know more details. The authoritative source would be the child support order and any judgment. That would set forth rights and obligations and any court order for compensation.
He’s on probation for 10 more days his po wont call me back he’s complied with all requests but he’s sneaking out at night he’s getting into trouble with me and I fear he’s only going to get worse. My brother is here from WV and we would all like him to go with him and I need to know how... Read more »
We were never married and we have never done any legal custody stuff, I just let him see her whenever he wants too, which isn’t very often. When I asked he said no just to spite me saying he never wanted her to ever see my family. Do I need his permission or can I take her to meet my dad anyway?... Read more »
You can file a waiver of service and a response or just a response. The waiver just means that you are waiving your right to formal personal service. If you do not sign the waiver, then the other party has to have you personally served. The Court will still want to hear your thoughts on the...Read more »
My family was all living in Colorado. My ex-wife and I got a divorce in 2018 (Colorado Jurisdiction), and she moved back to Chicago, IL with our children. We have joint decision making on everything, and I am supposed to get them every 1st and 3rd weekend of the month, but I have not seen them... Read more »
Motion to modify in 11/2019. Doesn’t Colorado have a statute against someone filing this much within 2 years? he also filed an emergency motion to restrict parenting, judge ruled in our favor. Is this frivolous behavior accepted by the court?
A motion for a change in majority time parenting can be filed every two years, although the initial order does not count towards the time limit. As far as a motion for restriction, more is needed than just the fact that he did not prevail.
Can I file a motion to dismiss if my ex filed another motion to modify parenting tine within the 2 year Colorado statute? In addition he filed an emergency petition to restrict parenting, at the hearing the judge ruled in my favor, basically told him he didn’t know what emergency meant. He is... Read more »
A motion to modify can be filed in a shortened period of time based on endangerment. It is not clear how the motion to restrict relates to the motion to modify. If sounds as if he may have lost the motion to restrict and is now filing the motion to modify as a second opportunity to allege...Read more »
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