If you have a visitation that is ordered, then no, they cannot. If they persist in doing so, you need to file an immediate contempt against your former husband(and his mother if she is somehow a party). Seek time to made up and attorney fees as well.
The obligee can but there may be restrictions to consider if any type of public assistance is being received. I typically advise against doing it. If the obligee terminates support, it does not terminate the right of the then obligor to seek and/or exercise parenting time(visitation). Sometimes a...Read more »
If it is for a dissolution, your spouse can elect not to go to the final hearing. In this case, the court cannot grant a dissolution approving the separation agreement. If this is a divorce question and the agreement was read into the record, it would be difficult for her to simply change her mind....Read more »
Let's start with by acknowledging the other attorney is correct. Without the consent of your mother, the answer is no. In Ohio, if you were 18, you could move out and live wherever you want. That being said, if your mother is moving, and...Read more »
husband does not want divorce, but cannot get wife to go to counseling, etc. He has written an appeal, but cannot afford a lawyer. Legal services (in Oh) does not do pro bono domestic cases. She is asking for money in spite of having no evidence of his financial or any other kind of abuse.
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