Because he assumed I had seen them which I had not cause one of their grandmothers had picked them up and brought them to the lawyers office. The letters detailed the things they are suffering from especially my oldest daughter. I knew something had happened between the three of them but I had no... Read more »
It’s a second domestic battery charge. He wants me to recant and or tell them I just made it up and it’s not true. DCF is involved. Which is a whole different monster. Can my kids be taken away if I we recant or tell them I lied? Or what consequences could I face? They have photos and statements.
If domestic violence occurred, recanting will not help. DFCS might see this as you unwilling to protect your children from an abusive household. It sounds like the abuse occurred and you ist don't want him to get into trouble for it. However, you need to worry about your safety and your...Read more »
Amount of trauma they had suffered at the hands of my wife, their adopted mother. After the mediation I spoke with the therapist and learned that my oldest daughter has trauma that is very close to ptsd at 15 years old. My lawyer says this isn’t something that I can now bring to the judge and... Read more »
You can try to set aside the agreement. However, this is investigation that it seems like could have been done prior to reaching an agreement, so the court may not set it aside if you didn't do your due diligence in advance.
We have a son together that she has made no effort to contact since middle of Sept 2020. We habe been separated for a year. I got him due to her using drugs right after the separation. I know that most likely an attorney will have to get involved. Id just like to know the quickest way to get this... Read more »
If you don't have her address, there is not a quick way to get it done. An attorney can file an emergency hearing, but she must be served. An attorney can help you determine the best way to accomplish that. You may need to hire a private investigator to find her.
We have been married for 11 years. He owns the house but we have lived in it together since he bought it. Our two children (12 and 7) want to live with me. He has had 8 different jobs in the past 10 years and whenever I tell him I want to leave, he seems to lose his job within the month. He is... Read more »
I am going through a divorce/custody and I want to be frank with my lawyer and discuss something that may potentially damage my case. I want to know if I preface a subject with "hypothetically speaking" does this enable my attorney to proceed as if the topic had not been discussed?... Read more »
We've been separated fir over 2 years and they are only asking info from past 2 yrs in which we werent together. Can I answer for dates during marriage or do i have to tell them everything since she moved out
It's possible. Some people hide income in the business in various ways. For example, using the business account for personal expenses or paying a lower salary intentionally to suppress income. If you don't already, get a CPA to audit your books and verify your income.
My niece is 13 years old she has been living with me 4 years now. Her parents moved out of state without her. She wants to see a therapist because she is depressed. They won't give me a paper stating that I can get her medical attention. I can take her to all other doctors appointments except... Read more »
You don't have to wait two years. That is just the time frame given by child support services before they will do it. As long as there has been a substantial change in any of the factors regarding child support, you may ask for a modification immediately.
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