My Husband and I recently separated, in which i took both my sons ages 3 and 7 with me. We have a child support agreement of which he pays to me. He recently took my sons for visitation and will not return my 3 year old to me. I have contacted a police officer but he stated there was no custody... View More
My ex-partner and I, we separated about 4 years due to her cheating on me. As a result of this, she got pregnant by the man who she cheated on me. She never told me about this infidelity until later I found some emails on her phone when she used to communicate with guy. The baby was born, and I... View More
You should file a complaint for paternity to establish you are not the father and/or respond the the complaint and deny everything under the defense that you are not the father. The court will order a DNA test and that should take care of the support issue. You might be able to ask the court to...View More
Can I get this modifed to get primary custody? He makes Drs appointment's and refuses to tell me. He allows her to sign all dental, medical and school paperwork as the mother. I have never received child support or asked! He calls and texts me Everytime I pick up my children and causes... View More
The father's girlfriend should have no authority over your children's legal issues such as medical appointments and other important paperwork. He is seriously depriving you of your parental rights to legal custody over your children. Your children have a right to child support as well....View More
I work an over night job and my neighbor above me leaves his young kids in the house alone early in the morning around 9 am for multiple hours a day multiple times a day, I get in the house at 7 am and cannot sleep cause of so much noise over my head, I’ve sent video recordings of the noise,... View More
If you have evidence of the noise being caused, and it rises to the level of disrupting your right to peace and enjoyment of your residence, you could file a nuisance complaint against your neighbor. The more evidence you have then the better. The judge would then decide based on the evidence...View More
No, he cannot take your camera and gear. Although you are married, and most property acquired during marriage is marital property, that does not mean that he can take your personal property from you. Try calling the local police for assistance. I do not know if he is still residing with you, but...View More
That's very strange. First they are admitting that they cannot come after you for the amount due but then are asking that you settle it? Please check your credit report to see if they have reported this delinquency. You may have protections under consumer and fair credit reporting laws,...View More
The ch.7 was discharged two years ago and wasnt reaffirmed. I want to do a deed in lieu of foreclosure to get the lien out of my name. Will the deed in lieu be on my credit report if the house was included in the ch. 7, discharged two years ago and never reaffirmed?
Even though you received a discharge in bankruptcy your name is still on the title. This is why people can still receive HOA assessments after discharge even if the pre-bankruptcy assessments were discharged because you are still on the title. You should talk to your bank to get a deed in lieu or...View More
After the mom abandoned the kids for a few months, they have been living with me. I had to enroll them in school in a new jurisdiction. I filed for child support from her which is pending. I have been allowing the kids to see her on weekends and occasionally a week. Today she tells me she’s not... View More
Do you have a custody order outlining her visitation? If you do and she is in violation of the court order, you can call the police for enforcement. If you do not have a custody order you could try seeking emergency custody as you will not lose anything by trying. Depending on evidence you have...View More
What are the documents? Generally speaking, you are able to represent yourself so you are not prohibited from filing anything without a lawyer. If you provide more details I can give you a better answer.
I am licensed in Maryland, but since bankruptcy is federal law I can answer that once you file for bankruptcy all of your assets at that moment go into the bankruptcy estate unless they are exempt. I can't imagine that the trustee would try to go after your stimulus check. The only way that...View More
I received a pre discharge notice regarding my Chapter 13 bankruptcy case and it spoke about the form listed above. Is this something I have to complete or is it not required? I don't want to miss anything that could prevent my case from discharging. I pulled up the dorm and it does not have... View More
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