Technically everything you both own right now is still marital property so you each have an interest in that unless it was obtained before the marriage. You can ask for child support to start from the date of filing if you have children under age 19. You may also be eligible for spousal maintenance.
I agree with the last answer. Also the fact that she did not work during the marriage does n to impact her property interest in marital property. You may wish to argue for spousal support purposes that income should be imputed to her which would reduce the amount of any spousal support that you...Read more »
The restraining order was from domestic violence had a portection order and it was a lot of vehicles and a camper (all his belongings were in it) I was also being told by code enforcement that they (20 some vehicles) needed to be removed or they were going to condem my property for it being... Read more »
Recent legal fees being sought from final court proceedings where my GI Bill benefits were stolen by our 21 year old daughter by Mother's urgings so she could have her semester payment be considered in-state for tuition. Daughter was sub-peoned, but lives in OH and didn't show up to Zoom... Read more »
I was involved in a pretty horrific domestic assault on 1/4/2021. My, now ex (who is facing criminal charges due to this) and I were on a lease together. However, due to Colorado law and domestic violence victims, I notified our landlord immediately with the protection order and vacated the home on... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. The statute allows for your release from the lease though you would still owe one month's rent. As for landlord collection, the landlord vies both people on the lease as being financially responsible and can seek to collect the rent from either person...Read more »
I know he went back to Michigan and I know the general area he probably is staying but I don't know for sure where in Michigan he is. He probably also won't sign the papers even if I can track him down to serve him. He said he wouldn't let me divorce him but does he really have a... Read more »
If you make diligent efforts to locate him and can not, then you can request to serve him by publication. The Court could grant a divorce that way, however would not have jurisdiction over financial support or out of state property.
I am sorry to hear about your situation. If your name is on the birth certificate or the child was born during a marriage with her, you are the presumed father. If you would like paternity testing, you can do that privately if you have doubts. As far as charges, it is not likely that you can file...Read more »
He has no grounds to press charges, however if your girlfriend's father has no custodial responsibilities for her, he has no obligation to allow her or the rabbit to come into the home. If he does have custodial responsibilities, he still has no legal obligation to allow the rabbit into the...Read more »
You can file for divorce. If you do not know where he is in Mexico and can not serve him there, you can request service by publication. The Court would not be able to divide out of state property or order him to pay child support with service by publication though.
You might be able to bring a civil claims court action for unjust enrichment, however your ex might claim that it was your responsibility to stop payments at the appropriate time and that the extra payments were a gift. Jurisdiction would be here where your ex is unless your ex has substantial ties...Read more »
You should file a petition, summons and case information sheet. Child support and maintenance are determined by support guidelines which are calculated based on the incomes of the parties and for child support, also the number of overnights of the child with both parents. You could also hire an...Read more »
The divorce was final in October 2020, she walked out on the family in May 2020, he is the custodial parent. He was a stay at home dad and she left them with nothing. She gets to claim them on taxes per the court paperwork and will not give the kids any of the stimulus money. It doesn't seem... Read more »
Petioner has admitted to lying in court about his employment and refuses to pay child support. He is also unemployed and does not have the funds to support our son. He is also filing his 6th motion to get child support terminated as well.
The answer to your question depends on what the current status of the case is. It looks like he plans to file motion. You have the ability to respond to that motion within 21 days if you are in Colorado and within 35 if you live outside of Colorado.
It depends on whether there is a current order and why she is trying to establish or change parenting time and whether she and you are both fit parents. There are a number of factors that a court considers in determining parenting time.
If you can establish fraud, then you may have recourse. You can report this to the police as financial fraud is a crime. You could also hire a criminal attorney who could have a private investigator look into the matter.
My grandmother has been refusing to let my children be taken from her custody under threat of dhs involvement, since June 2020. The judge in both cases acknowledged my custody order but doesn't know why its not being enforced. HELP
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