And my fiance at fibroids surgery the surgery took longer than expected so I missed that zoom meeting.I rescheduled another meeting I had some phone issues that were my fault.I received an email saying that the case has been dismissed without prejudice because of rule 53 and I believe rule 27 where... Read more »
In the recent years my children have lived with their father as he has sole custody of them due to circumstances in my past. However, 3 years have passed and I am capable to take care of my children however their father seems unwilling to let me get custody. I am prepared to go to court but I... Read more »
Normally, you would file in the state where the divorce occurred. If that was Wisconsin, the father may get it moved to Ohio because that is where the children are and where any custody investigation should occur. If it was a state neither of you live in now, you file in Ohio where the children are.
Birth father not on birth certificate and has not established paternity at all. No child support has been established or paid. Would a will be needed? Would the court notify him if no paternity established?
My husbands children are 27 and 28 years old. When he was with the mother of the children she decided to go to Puerto Rico while she was pregnant and stayed there without his consent and had the child in Puerto Rico. He said he tried back then to establish child support and it was very difficult.... Read more »
A non-attorney GAL filed a motion which incorrectly refers to a child victim in my case as the offender. She has made no effort to correct it. I was afraid to push the issue before her evaluation was finished. Now that it is, I want the record to be corrected. How do I ask the court for this?
My son is in a custody battle. The guardian ad liedeum seems to be believing everything the mother tells her. Even making my son get his house inspected for structural soundness because the mother said it not structural sound. Can his lawyer make much difference in his custody battle or is it all... Read more »
I HAVE INHERITED MONEY FROM MY MOTHER AND I HAVE THE ORIGINAL LETTER. MONEY IS IN AN IRA ACCOUNT AT FIDELITY. I HAVE SOLD STOCKS AND BOUGHT BETTER STOCKS. BUT ALL THE MONEY IS STILL THERE. MY WIFE'S NAME IS ON THE ACCOUNT BUT SHE WAS NEVER GIVEN THE PASSWORD. I CAN PROVE THE MONEY WAS GIVEN TO... Read more »
The money is your separate money unless Wife proves you intended to gift it to the marriage. If you put her name on because you said this is our money, that would be a gift If you put her name on so she could easily inherit if you died during the marriage, that is not a gift. You do need to discuss...Read more »
The father pays child support but the court did not set a visitation schedule due to the mother not showing up for court. She will let him see the kids but only when she wants and she has to be there the whole time. He can't even take the kids out to the park or do anything with them. She only... Read more »
Father needs to file for parenting time again & get actual service on mother. If she doesn’t show then, an order can be issued. If she does appear, Father will need to be prepared to deal with any claims she makes as to why his time should be limited & supervised.
My child turned 15 , his father is an alcoholic , has lots of guns not locked up and discusses using those guns with my son, sent me photos by text with guns strapped on our son, my child doesn't realize his father actions aren't good, he allows him the freedom of making his own decisions... Read more »
I’m not following your legal situation. Parents don’t have guardianship. They have custody or shared parenting. If father has court ordered parenting time, he has to return your child at the end of his time. If he doesn’t, you can ask the police for help. If father refuses to return him, you...Read more »
This is a fresh divorce (2 weeks). We still live in the same house but hoping he is moving soon. There has been a long history of mental/emotional abuse. There was a first time ever confrontation between my mom (our full time sitter - 5 days/wk) and my husband regarding some verbal/emotional abuse... Read more »
My daughter confided in my that her other parent told her I’m the reason she can’t partake in cheer. The other parent said I wasn’t allowing her to participate in other activities last year before the pandemic and was unlikely to allow this in the future. I reassured my daughter that I want... Read more »
She already didn't let me see him for over two months because our Governor had the stay at home order in Ohio and now she is forcing me to get the vaccine if I want to continue seeing my son. I wondering if all this that she is doing is actually legal.
I agree with the prior answer. The governor’s stay at home order made an exception for parenting time court orders. So, if you had one of those, you could have proceeded with your time. Not sure why you wouldn’t want to get the vaccine, but there is no legal requirement to do so. However, your...Read more »
My daughter is 5 years old, she has no father on her birth certificate and no dna has been established. He hasn't supported her or bothered to be apart of her life. My boyfriend wants to adopt her he's been in her life since she was a year and half and we have two kids together. Can he... Read more »
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