A Will is used to distribute property and also to appoint an executor to carry out the terms of the Will. The executor is the one who is in control of distribution of property and the payment of debts. If this is a Will that is being probated, then a complaint to remove the executor can be filed if...View More
If parents have shared parenting, then the parties must follow the shared parenting plan that was filed with the court. Once a man admits paternity and then is granted shared parenting, a paternity test is little bit late and will not be granted by the court.
A juvenile court magistrate can remove a child from the home of a parent if there are allegations of child abuse, child neglect or dependency. When a complaint is filed with the court by child protective services, it is based upon allegations and facts that, if believed, would endanger the health...View More
My ex and I split up and I moved 3 1/2 hours away and had both children with me but the house we were to move into failed and we were staying at a hotel, so for the best interest of the kids, they went and stayed with their father temporarly until I got another house. now I am in my new house and... View More
Upon birth of a child born to a mother who is unmarried, the mother has sole and exclusive custody. If a mother abandons the children for a significant period of time by leaving them with the father who is acknowledged on the birth certificate, the mother could be in a situation where court action...View More
I am dating a man who has been divorced for 7 years. He really hasn't dated anyone significantly until now. His children are 20 and 14. The mother is making demands on not allowing the children around me "for a year..that's what most counselors say" and if I have been, she... View More
If an x-spouse cannot be reasoned with, then being in a relationship with the other spouse will be challenging. There is no magic legal document that will fix this. An x-spouse has a legal right to be mean, despiteful, vengeful, demanding, and controlling. BUT, an x-spouse cannot legally dictate...View More
When a Decree of Divorce is signed by the Judge and filed with the clerk, the case is ended. If the divorce ended by agreement of the parties, the divorce decree will indicate that a divorce is granted to both parties. Usually, the grounds are incompatibility. The divorce decree can include...View More
The clerk of courts in your county receives all the filings for divorce. If the clerk or the Domestic Court has a website, you might be able to download the forms that you need. If not, the Ohio Supreme Court website has standard forms that are accepted by all counties. www.supremecourt.ohio.gov
I have a child with another woman who is not claiming child support. I am a stay at home dad and do not work. I am receiving retirement pay now. Will child support come out of my pension first before the wife's % of my pension and will I have to pay alimony even though I don't have a job.
You don't need to wait to file for divorce. Since you have been living separate and apart for more than one year, you have grounds for filing the divorce. The division of pensions and retirement accounts depends upon how much of the pension accummulation occurred while married. Defined benefit...View More
No. Paternity must be established for the biological father first. A dissolution is not the procedure to do that and would not be accepted by the court. Go to the Child Support Enforcement Agency in your county and apply for child support from the biological father. Genetic testing can be ordered....View More
Execute and deliver all titles, documents, papers and other materials necessary to effectuate the terms of the separation agreement. My wife & I were joint owners of a mobile home. The mobile home was in my ex-wifes name and she never signed over the title. I paid the mortgage and now my wife... View More
It's possible that you both are in contempt. You for being behind in payments and her for not signing over the title. One is not necessarily a defense to the other. File your own contempt against her if you think she is in violation of the order too.
Do it yourself. Go online. Look at the website for the court in your county. Many have the necessary forms online. You can also request that the filing fee be waived if you qualify. No one but a lawyer can give you legal advice so you will have to do all the work yourself. Try the Public Defenders...View More
It depends. This sort of case would benefit enormously with the professional knowledge and experience of a lawyer. There are too many open ended possibilities and fact senarios to give any reasonable degree of useful information. Generally, a disabled or chronically ill spouse could expect some...View More
Cohabitating means living together. Staying overnight, mailing address, auto registration address, auto license address, income tax address are all evidence of cohabitation. Some spousal support payers go as far as hiring a private detective to determine if there is anyone cohabitating with the...View More
You must file a complaint, affidavit of income and expenses, and affidavit of property if you don't have children. In Franklin County, all filings are submitted online as pdf files. You must go to the courthouse and the clerk of courts will assist you with scanning your documents and...View More
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