Colorado: I filed a Stipulation to Relocate Minor Children with the court, it was signed by both parties, approved and ordered by the judge. My ex then decided after the fact, to file the "response" fighting the stipulation that he himself had already signed. His response is also full of... View More
A Stipulation to Relocate Minor Children is a legal agreement between the parties that outlines the terms of the relocation and is signed by both parties before being presented to the court for approval.
Once the stipulation is signed by both parties and approved by the court, it becomes a...View More
I'm sorry to hear about the difficult situation you're facing. Not receiving child support can be challenging, especially when the other parent is not within the same country. While I can provide some general information, please keep in mind that I don’t know what jurisdiction you or...View More
My son's mother, the Respondent, and her attorney filed an Order without any signatures on it. He did this last month and the judge didn't accept it even though one of her staff members stamped it Granted without signatures.
Now it's happened again at 1pm this afternoon when... View More
This is a complicated question, and unfortunately not one that lends itself to an easy answer in this forum. I do see from your question, though, that you have an attorney representing you. Only reviewing the court's case file can tell you whether the order you are questioning is an order of...View More
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