he lives in another state and is willing to sign the papers for the divorce. But he doesn't know where we live and the last time we saw each other he tried to fight me in front of our child his mom and my other children. I have threatening text from before changing my numner
If he's willing to sign and doesn't care where you live and doesn't want to see his child, sure. Most likely he will want to see his child, and as co-parents, you both need to know where each other lives. If he's sent you threatening texts, that's not a good sign that...Read more »
so i took my friend steve home on break for him to find out his girl friend was not home but there 2 children was left alone which they are not even 5 years old so i am a witness to that happening! so a few days went by and steve told me that his paid attorney needs a affidavit from me other wise... Read more »
We got married while living in Tennessee. I was already living there and we married and he moved there. At this point I wasnt working because my doctors took me.out of work so I was applying for disability. He came and got a job and worked the entire time. We have a child that he doesn't help... Read more »
In fact Am doing everything our paper work says. but they are constantly bringing up these things in emails / text from How things were Poorly handled Several years ago. can I do anything about this matter to put an end to it?
Ex-husband has primary custody in a joint custody arrangement. He and the son live in Louisiana. She was to have sole custody before it was finalized. She let her son (5 or 6 at the time) spend a few months with Ex. He changed the papers and refused to bring son back because he didn't want to... Read more »
Do I still need his permission to do this? He’s violent and very aggressive, however, he has been absent for a while so I’m not 100% sure how he would react I just don’t want to chance a bad reaction or putting myself/ child in harms way
My ex owes me CS from 2001 through my daughters date of adoption by my current husband which took place in April 2007. My daughter is now 20 years old. I’m wondering does the arrears belong to me because she thinks it belongs to her. Her biological dad and my daughter wants to take me to court.
This is for Family Court. I filed a motion for contempt due to the defendant blocking all contact and communication from our children. They have since obtained a lawyer and has been granted a continuance. Is there a way to get the continuance dismissed or a faster court date, being as it involves... Read more »
We both utilize the after school program at his school. I pay his mother child support and she is telling me that my child support payments don't cover ASP when he stays with me and I need to pay for those days. Do I, or is it covered by my child support?
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