divorce end of Match 2020. Our son called up his dad and asked to live with him as he was unhappy with his chores. He lives in Orlando. We live in St. Augustine(over 2 hours away). His dad came and picked him up 2 days ago. I didn't want to fight with them(abuse in relationship, scared).... Read more »
If you cannot reach a resolution with the father then your only remedy is to go to court. It is unlikely in the divorce that the court would split up three children. However, you will both have a timesharing schedule defining when the children are with each of you. If he filed for divorce and then...Read more »
That is a loaded question depending on what the issues are in your case. Even if you and your spouse agree on almost everything you should definitely have an independent attorney review the agreement as your advocate. Does his employer offer you a free attorney as his spouse? If yes then take the...Read more »
We've only been married 1.5 years with no kids. She never fully moved into my inherited house so I locked her out upon filing. I'm giving her one of the cars, I have nothing other than investment accounts that I think will be premarital. If I use recreational marijuana for the depression... Read more »
You should consult with a local real estate attorney if you need help with this. The quit claim deed may not be valid without the proper legal description. They are the specific words that describe the property in the public records.
Our agreement states that I claim my child for odd year returns. I claimed my child and now I am being audited to prove that I am qualified to claim the child as dependent, Head of Household and Earned Income Tax Credit. What do I need to know in order to satisfy their request?
On the Letter #2 is checked stating DCS will stop providing services then box a is check there is no longer a child support order this came out of nowhere last payment I made was 10/1/2019 been unemployed since 10/1/2019
My son is 13 years old and I have custodial custody of him. I was just wondering if something happens to me before he is an adult, does his dad have to get him? He does not have a good relationship with his dad and he has said to me he does not wish to live with him. He rather go with his aunt, my... Read more »
When my daughter was 9months old her mother decided she didnt want to be a mom gave me verbal custody (which I have documented) and left us both and now she is 4yrs old her mom is wanting to take her from me and have me pay her child support is this legal?
You need to file a Petition for Paternity in your local court to protect your rights. The court will consider what has happened over the past four years when it decides on a timesharing plan for the child. Child support is a right of the child and will be ordered based on each parent's net...Read more »
My ex got with a man that didn't want me to talk to my two kids she went missing for 7 years in another state. She just reached out to me its been 7 years I haven't heard from her or my kids. She is harassing me and threatening me to take me back to court. She has the kids calling me and... Read more »
You can but while you are still married the other party will need to sign off on the closing. You can refinance in your own name but he will need to sign a quit claim deed regarding title to the property.
Husband was so anxious to file the paper work, and i was just tired of the fighting, so I signed it. Yes I know it was dumb but it was it is. He used a cookie cutter document from his flat fee lawyer and it left out a ton of details, such as who gets the IRAs, retirements, etc.... if we re-do the... Read more »
When my ex wife and I got divorced she didnt have a job and child support was calculated at a low pay rate. Now she has a management position and I actually make a little less. It wont be a year since the divorce was finalized until July. Is it too early to file to modify child support?
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