I noticed you are in Keller, TX and this is the Oklahoma forum so we can only advise on Oklahoma law and what happens in Oklahoma. With that being said there are more details needed to answer your question accurately. In short it depends- if you are living there also and this is a marital property...Read more »
I found out by DNA that I'm the father of twins in Dec of 2020. I am not on the birth cert. I moved to Oklahoma February 24th. I currently provide for the entire family. My two 8 month twin girls, her 7 yr old girl, her 17 year old son and her. she said she's moving out and i want to know... Read more »
Contact a family law attorney and pursue a paternity action along with custody of the children. This is not something you should attempt without an attorney because it could create additional issue later if you did it solo.
She has been with me 24/7. For the past 3 months her dad has started spending some time with her including 1 or 2 over night stays per week. Her mom has been in life a bit more often but only bc I am the maternal grandmother. My question is due to her dad not caring about the bond she has with me... Read more »
If you are the legal guardian then ultimately you have the control over the child and where they stay or do not stay. There was a reason the court put the guardianship in place to begin with. Contact an attorney to discuss your options but based on the limited information that is given here it...Read more »
The house is mortgaged, she bought it for about 70k and really is the only asset she has. I have one sister who I know will contest this, but as she has refused to be an actual member of our family for years, my mom wants her to have nothing. I have helped with payments, I take care of her. My... Read more »
This can be achieved with a will / trust. Since you are aware this will be contested, or you suspect it will be, then do not try to use a free form or the cheap way. You need to invest, more specifically your mom will need to invest in a qualified attorney to draft this for her. There needs to...Read more »
We have nothing to testify. We have an uncontested divorce. We turned in my waiver to show up and we have no idea what he has to testify about. The clerk said the judge was old school and if he didn't testify right or say the statement right he would deny the divorce. When my husband asked... Read more »
Typically, even in uncontested divorces, the filing party (Petitioner) will have to testify. What this usually entails is stating their name for the court, they have lived in the county and state for the required time, things are not going to get fixed, and they understand they cant marry anyone...Read more »
I have no memory of making inside my apartment or anything after that and woke up the next morning naked from the waist down. I was left on the couch with my pants on the floor and no blanket to cover me. He was in my bed in my room sleeping. He was also drinking but only had 3 drinks in comparison... Read more »
By definition a person who gives consent to sex, but technically is unable to, is a victim of 2nd degree rape, also known as statutory rape. You need to contact your local law enforcement agency for potential criminal charges to be filed on the perpetrator.
The mothers income as well as your son’s income is both calculated in the child support calculations. Then then overnights spent with each parent determines affects the percentage of expenses split between the two as well as the amount paid.
If your son is paying healthcare directly (as...Read more »
I don’t think H.R 6 2021 is a law yet but would it disqualify me? i only had a vape cartridge and got charged with unlawful possession of vapor products because im a juvenile. it might have been thc in the cartridge but they put vapor products so would this mean its a drug related offense or is... Read more »
My son's father has been convicted on several counts of rape 2, forcible oral sodomy, and manufacturing child pornography. My son is 14 and no longer want's contact with his father. However everything I have read states I have to have a husband to do a step-parent adoption. Is there... Read more »
There has to be someone to take the place of the parent being terminated. The only way to terminate rights is through an adoption or when DHS takes over to terminate. So in short, until you have been married for a year and have a step-parent adoption he stays on the books as father.
If the judge extended it then your next step is go to the next hearing date. Not knowing any of your specifics makes it challenging to answer otherwise. As Gary mentioned week a family law attorney for better guidance.
My soon to be ex husband and I are in agreement on everything inside our house as far as who will get what. We have it on paper and are about to have it notarized. However, we just bought this house on 9/30/2020 and he is wanting to stay in the house. I do not mind if he does, I just don’t know... Read more »
NO, you do not have to each have an attorney. I would recommend having a lawyer represent one of you so that things are drawn up and filed properly. The other party can be pro se (represent themself). The lawyer technically only represents one of you (recommend that be the one filing the...Read more »
No- counseling is not mandated. The only thing that will be required is the co-parenting class. I have seen this class waived for one parent if they are not receiving any visitation, but anyone receiving visitation/custody will have to go to the class.
It states that we can’t file to modify until the 18 months is up. That is coming up. She lives in ND and i live in OK. How will support be calculated for 2 children now that i am making less and in a different state?
My husband started an affair with his then supervisor (that’s a male), my husband is also an alcoholic and his supervisor would give him alcohol on company grounds, his supervisor would tell him intimate details about other employees that is a breech of their privacy but, his supervisor used his... Read more »
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