I fear for my 14 month old baby's life, my seperated husband refuses the covid vaccine and if he gets covid, he's putting my baby's life at risk. Can i stop him from seeing my baby unless he gets the vaccine?
If you disagree on time-sharing you need to file for divorce and ask for the court to order a parenting plan inclusive of a time-sharing schedule. I have never seen the court limit a parent's contact over not having the vaccine and do not think that is a likely outcome absent an extraordinary...View More
We immigrated to USA from South Africa in March 2020. My wife of 22 years got a new job and she has left me (having an affair with her new boss) and our twin daughters aged 16. She does not pay child support, she only drops of a few bags of groceries every month, estimate about $140 worth total... View More
If I have to return the children to the other parent seven days prior to school recommencing on 2nd September at 8am, would this be on 26th August or specifically before 8am on the 26th? My understand is that it refers to a date rather than a time. This is written in a FL divorce agreement if this... View More
The father has not helped financially at all, he’s even questioned DNA, he has two other children from previous relationship and has nothing to do with them. I recently found out he now has another woman pregnant and also he’s on drugs and have proof.
No, if a child is born outside of marriage then the mother has the rights until the father's paternity is adjudicated. There is no requirement to allow contact. Keep in mind that if you later end up in court, your actions in not allowing contact will be reviewed by the court. If you fear drug...View More
My ex's job has her traveling quire a bit and she constantly wants to change our week to week schedule. She would like to do a parenting plan only a month or two in advance however I would be fine with a year, excluding summers. It is a constant source of conflict.
Typically a parenting plan is done based on the current best interests of the child. If it needs to be modified in the future then the person seeking modification files with the court to do so and holds the burden of proving that it should be modified. It is not common for a parenting plan to...View More
Typically children emancipate when they turn 18 unless they are still in high school participating in good faith, in which case they emancipate upon graduation or age 19 whichever is earlier. Other ways a child can emancipate are marriage or entry into military.
My wife wants a divorce and possibly report me to uscis like she did before when we were together(she sent an email to uscis that she thought I was with her just for the green card which is not true). She wants me to leave our house and me to remove all my belongings and is threatening me with... View More
If you acquired the house, car and semi truck during the marriage then it is likely to be marital property so you should get half of everything. You are not trespassing and do not have to move out of the home right now. You should also consult with an immigration lawyer.
Is there a standard mandate on this across Florida? For context, these networks are typically religious ministries and were specifically included in the ACA legislation to allow participants to be exempt from the ACA Mandate.
Is they are divorcing then she would likely get half the proceeds. If there is not a divorce then the proceeds will be wired to a joint account or an account the parties designate. Thereafter, there would be no rules on how the money is spent because the courts are not involved. Your mother would...View More
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