My mother has stage 3 lung cancer and my 31 year old sister has battered my mother. She resides in my mother's home. My mother wants to file an injunction against her, but is afraid that she will still be in the her home. So, my question is if the injunction is granted, would my sister have to... View More
I am a 33 year old mother of 2, (8 & 4). My husband recently started a business 2.5 hours away and lives there during the week. He told me he wanted a divorce and will be fighting me for custody and wants the kids to move where he lives. We have been here almost 5 years, my son is going into... View More
You need a lawyer. He would most likely have to pay your fees. Even if the prenup says he does not have to, he cannot get our of temporary fees, per Florida law. There is too much at stake here. I believe you will ultimately prevail, barring any extenuating circumstances. Please seek...View More
We have 3 kids and the kids and I have been forced to apply for medicaid and food stamps because he refuses to help and he makes around 1,000 weekly. He has taken on a few room mates to pay the rent where he is living, thankfully I can stay with my parents, but still need help in things of the kids... View More
You are absolutely entitled to financial support possibly for yourself and definitely for your children. However, if no one has filed for divorce yet, the court cannot help you. He would most likely also be responsible for reimbursing you for attorney's fees. You should seek legal counsel...View More
do I go about getting someone to represent me- all the attorneys are supposedly "caring" and understanding of "how rough it is to be in my position" but no-one has yet helped me....when I ask why I am being turned down the reply comes back , "you are rude" that is not... View More
When he called Child services in North Carolina they said child support will continue until the youngest who is 13 turns 18 unless he goes to court for reduction of child support. He cant afford to leave work to drive for Florida to North Carolina make court dates for this. Can he hire a paralegal... View More
She says he's mine she doesn't want me in his life I want to be a part of my son's life every man wants his son she says there's no way that I'll never see him she said that she doesn't want any part of me what can I do please help me
You need a paternity action filed immediately. This is too important to try to do it by yourself. I strongly advise that you utilize the services of an experienced family law attorney. You need to figure out how to borrow money for this purpose. This is your child's future we are talking about.
The child in question was the result of a one night stand back in 2011, however I have made numerous attempts over the last 5+ years to make contact with the mother via facebook, and email, but she has successfully avoided me all this time. She used to work as a high school teacher for the Duval... View More
I was living in NY and she was living in Fl. Our divorce is filed with Orange County, Florida. It wasn't a disability payment. She asked for a percentage of my retirement as that would stay constant in case I wasn't working. I looked up payments for divorce and I see only 5 types. Only 2... View More
Are you sure your retirement was for alimony or was it part of equitable distribution? If for alimony, then you would need to file a Petition for Modification. An attorney would need to see all your paperwork to advise you properly. Please call me so we can discuss this further. 954-776-2320.
My husband and I have been separated (unofficially)since July 2013. A mediator got involved in January 2017,making it official. I've been financially hit hard trying to pay 1/2 of my 2 kids' needs. My husband always cried poor,so I felt I had to go in half. I have since found out he... View More
Based on the income of both parties, you should both have attorneys. There is too much at stake. Between the two of you, there is $150k - $200k in income. Why wouldn't you have an attorney to help you at this next meeting? Your husband should have to pay for your attorney's fees,...View More
i have 50/50 custody rn, I have no child support from my son's father, instead a child support is imputed to me while i attend college full time. Father makes 100K+. Between my savings and student loans, I was able to support me and my son for the past 2 years. I wont be able to do that or... View More
You need an attorney to protect you. Seriously. He should have to pay your legal fees. I suggest you contact a lawyer immediately, prior to moving. This is too important to try to handle by yourself. I would be happy to speak with you on the phone if you call. 954-776-2320.
My sons father and I were never married and he lives in a different state. My induction was scheduled 2 weeks ahead of time but he still didnt make it to the birth and is not on the birth certificate. I have an open door policy with him to visit but hes only been 3 times in almost 3 months. He... View More
He has rights to time sharing with the child. Also, the child is entitled to child support. If he filed a paternity action, you need to respond. The court will ultimately enter a parenting plan and will set child support. It is recommended that you hire an attorney. Depending on both...View More
completed mediation on 08/2015 / agreed to "pay to the mother" child support starting 11/2015 / I did not feel comfortable paying opposing counsel attorney or counsel directly, this was verbally expressed. 2 years later right before final judgement I am served with a motion for contempt.... View More
I don't want to get in trouble with the law. I tried to get him to move in but he just kept making excuses. I finally get gave up,due to I was taking care of my Grandfather until he passed. I got married in 2012. I went to the first interview at immigration with him. I don't remember much... View More
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