My sister and her husband are going through a bad divorce. He left two weeks before the birth of their last kid. She has the house. He filed taxes jointly, and the federal return came to the house. She held it and they came to an agreement on how to spend it. It was only in a text so nothing... Read more »
Child custody, visitation and support matters can always be amended, provided that there is a material change in circumstance since the entry of the last order. Material change in circumstance can be a gray area in the law and I recommend that you seek legal advice from an experienced family law...Read more »
My parents are separated and going through a legal divorce. After my mom cheated on my dad and moved in with her boyfriend she and her boyfriend who has a criminal record have been threatening me and my little siblings. She recently sent a trespassing notice to my family saying we could not be near... Read more »
I am sorry to hear you are going through this experience with your mom. If a person provides notice to another that they are not allowed on private property, and the notice is disregarded, then the propery owner/lessee can take out trespessing charges. Trespassing is a Class 1 Misdemeanor in...Read more »
There was sexual assault in the home. Mother no longer lives there and there is a court case with the stepfather begining. Both children have come to me and dont want to go back to there mothers. Because the place they live now the have no privacy or have there own room. Plus the other adults are... Read more »
Typically, the current order that is in place still stands and must be followed until a judge rules differently. However, it sounds as though you may have a good faith basis to file for an emergency hearing (that would advance the case on the docket) to address the current situation. I would...Read more »
Typically a court would have the parties share travel; however, there are a lot of factors that can cause a court to deviate from sharing travel expenses. More information would be needed to provide a proper analysis. I would recommend that you consult with an experienced family law attorney to...Read more »
Recently, I reopened a CS order due to 1.5 years of non-payment based on a mutual agreement with the NC parent. Now that he is being legally ordered to pay CS, he mentioned adding our daughter to his health insurance. Since he is unable to make legal decisions based on the custody order, I... Read more »
In order to properly answer your question, there is more information that is needed. I would recommend that you consult with an experienced family law attorney to review the current issues you are facing with the child support and health insurance.
I filled out a criminal complaint against my partner after an argument that got physical. It resulted in multiple charges being filed, including two felonies. I already have a PFA prohibiting acts of abuse and I really don’t wish to cooperate due to a myriad of reasons. We’ve since reconciled,... Read more »
Once you call law enforcement and the process is started for criminal charges against an abuser, you unfortuantely do not have the "right" to drop the charges. The only entity that has the power to do so is the Commonwealth Attorney's office who is prosecuting the case. They will...Read more »
Unfortuantely, there is more information that is needed to be able to answer your question. If this occurred and it resulted in charges being brought against you then I would suggest that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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