What you were told is not true. Spousal support is not dependent on children being born and raised during the marriage. It is the spouse's need and the other spouse's ability to pay, among other factors.
I currently have joint legal custody with my baby's father, and sole physical custody of my son. I am going on vacation to see my family which we do once a year so that we can all be together. My son's supervised visits are always supervised on public by someone that both parents chose,... View More
You can ask a Sheriff to go with you to where the child is located, after showing your order establishing your legal custody rights. If the Sheriff won't comply, you can swear out a warrant with a Magistrate or police for interference with custody.
Our papers state we alternate first choice of dates for 2 non-consecutive weeks yearly, dates given by April 15 each year. The papers do not state a deadline for the other parent. My problem is I work, need to arrange daycare, can’t put my son in camps and so forth without knowing as the... View More
She is currently incarcerated for elder abuse and several other charges, none of which have been waived. I can reveal more history as needed to receive an answer. I am writing this myself with no prompting from another person. I am totally independent, pay my own mortgage, bills, etcetera.
My ex husband and I have had joint custody of my daughter since we divorced 7 years ago. However, I have had primary custody of her legally. My daughter has expressed interest in living with her dad during the week, which is fine, as long as I still have my time with her. I have always had her... View More
I'm assuming your husband is your daughter's step-father. The biological and legal father's parental rights must be terminated as part of an adoption. These are very complicated matters that require representation by an attorney.
...it over to me. The property is still in his name only and I don't not think there are any liens in the property. It is in the state of Georgia. My question is am I able to do the proper paperwork on my own?
Hello, unfortunately, I am unclear who "she" is, whether she is the judge, or whether she is the non-compliant party. If the latter, judge's can enforce their orders by contempt. It depends on the issue what the judge may do.
(continued) name. My husband at the time of birth was not present and lived in another state. Did the hospital legally have to provide paperwork to me (mother) to prove that my husband was not the father and so that the child can take the biological father’s last name?
Taking it under advisement, would it be acceptable for the plaintiffs lawyer to ask the judge if he wanted her to send him case texts to help make a decision? The defendant was self-represented only because the opposing side declined when lawyer requested to reschedule so he could familiarize... View More
My Mother files her as a dependent but does not legally have power of attorney over her. I am home most of the time with her and help take care of her with cooking and changing while my mom and dad work.
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