My wife left about two and a half years ago. We believe mental illness to be involved. She hasn’t sought help and has been almost completely absent in that time. She, in august 2019, came home briefly and beat my daughter and left about 15 welts on her legs. She was terrified of spoons for about... Read more »
answered on Jun 19, 2021
Unlikely. But the situation is apparently very complicated, and one can never be certain what one judge will do. You need to retain a lawyer.
answered on Apr 2, 2021
You should immediately report the incident to your homeowners insurance company.
How do I go about getting visitation rights to see him
answered on Mar 30, 2021
Your issue is a complicated issue because it involves visitation/custody by two third-party persons who are not biological parents. For your question to be properly answered, you will need to meet with a family law attorney who will interview you at length to become aware of all of the facts of... Read more »
I have a PL order that grants me sole legal and residential custody but the custodial time given to my spouse is very liberal. It also contradicts the fact that I am the one with sole legal custody. The order states that our daughter will participate in extracurricular activities and gives him the... Read more »
answered on Mar 1, 2021
A pendente lite order is a temporary order that, generally, remains in effect until the actual trial. I suspect that you have an actual trial scheduled for June. If you feel that there is a sufficient reason for the court to reconsider the issue of custody after the pendente lite order but before... Read more »
If I ask them to dismiss my answer will they continue with a hearing or I should just go with it. We are still living together and have a sexual relationship. I would want the court to dismiss his complaint of Adultery.
answered on Feb 23, 2021
This question appears to be a follow up to a question earlier today. I really cannot answer your question without knowing the facts of your case. You should confer with a lawyer who can assess all of the facts of your case.
Can I withdrawal my answer and wait to be served or is it too late. I want to wait into I’m served to go forwArd what can I do?
answered on Feb 23, 2021
Generally, when you file an answer even though you have not been served, you thereby subject yourself to the personal jurisdiction of the court, and the other party need not serve you. But, depending upon the circumstances, you may be able to ask the court to strike your answer.
Non custodial parent is active duty and has 3 year orders to Japan.
answered on Feb 9, 2021
That simple question calls for a very broad answer, because how Maryland family law will apply to your particular situation may depend on whether there is a marital settlement agreement, whether any such MSA has been incorporated into a court order, whether the non-custodial parent intends to take... Read more »
He was ordered to sign a car over to me (title has both our names on it) and pay half the total of expenses I paid. I was ordered to refinance car to take him off title but couldn't due to age of car and credit. Contacted him in late 2015 and he refused to pay until I could have him sign off... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2021
If your husband has failed to comply with an order of court, you may file with the court a petition for contempt, asking the court to hold him in contempt if he does not comply with the order.
My ex hasn't allowed me to see my daughter in over a month now. We don't have a court order custody agreement and haven't lived together in over a year. When I message her asking when i can see my daughter she doesn't respond and recently stated that she (my ex) doesn't... Read more »
answered on Jan 17, 2021
You can file a lawsuit and ask the court to award you legal custody and physical custody of the child.
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