You can ask the court for an order allowing you use of the community home pending partition of the community in your suit for divorce. If you have not yet filed, now may be a good time to speak with a divorce attorney before your credit suffers more.
We are caring for our two grandsons who are 11 and 5. The 5 yr old is severely disabled as he is deaf, has cerebral palsy, is on the autism spectrum,is not potty trained, has Klinefelters and a few other diagnoses. Mom is in a sober living home and dad has moved to California. The only support we... Read more »
She doesn't have to sign or agree to anything. Consult with an attorney who handles divorces, who should be happy to walk you through the divorce process and costs involved, which should not be very expensive.
I did not sign the waiver for the uncontested divorce in Louisiana because our written and signed custody agreement was not included in the petition. If I understand correctly, I will now be served the papers and I want to file an answer but I am not sure if I need to file the answer now or wait... Read more »
The other parent continues to have rights unless and until a court terminates those rights. Generally that will only happen if the state files to terminate his rights or if the child is being adopted, such as by your spouse.
I'm assuming what you're talking about is a "PD" or a preliminary default. Once the defendant's delays for filing an answer or other responsive pleadings have passed, you have to file a preliminary default before confirming the default and taking a judgment.
My mom and her husband had Wills made up in 1992, my mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2012. Her husband tried to change the Will after a family argument. Now they have both passed within 3 months of each other. Her lawyer won't give me a copy of her WILL because of conflict of interest. The... Read more »
The burden of proving that your mother lacked the mental capacity to know what she was signing would fall on you. You need an attorney who is familiar with this area or law to help you. The sooner you contest the will, the better.
I've just learned of this revised statute. He had supervised visits for 2 years as he was in and out of jail first tears of his daughter's life. A positive drug test by Mother who very obviously did great job raising an exceptional child and blatant lies with NO proof, brought on by disgruntled,... Read more »
Filed a restraining order. The original order has already restrained her until trial.
She is denying me custody. We have a 7/7 joint custody. Nearly everything she listed is on the interrogations from the original trial and my facts stuck and hers were tossed and she lost. Now we have... Read more »
I would recommend having the power of attorney drafted by a professional to ensure that it is in the correct form. It would need to be filed with the clerk of court for a bank to accept it, as they will require a certified copy of the POA.
We was married 11 years living apart 9 months he told yesterday I have a rude awakening because he filed for our oldest dog ESA bc he thought I would hold her against which haven’t and do plan on can he does this to me ??
My child's father is wishy washy. He is a dad when it's convenient and its hard to get state mandated child support from him. He said he would not sign the papers for my husband to adopt my child, because it would make him look like a dead beat dad. He sees her occasionally. Lives on his parents... Read more »
Yes, the father's consent is not required if he's failed to comply with a court order of support for over 6 months or has failed to communicate with her in that length of time. I'd be happy to discuss the process further and potential costs if you'd like to give me a call.
I never knew she moved him out of state until i was able to pick him so I had my mother to call her because we don’t get alone so she stated to my mother that I knew that she moved but that’s a total lie because I never signed any papers with us having joint custody..what should I do?
If she removed the child from Louisiana, she would have had to comply with the relocation statute. She should have notified you of the proposed move before it occurred. If she didn't, you have the right to file contesting the move. A family law/custody attorney can help you with this.
My daughter listed the man she thought was the father of her child on the birth certificate. They never married. As it turns out he is not the biological father. He is now threatening to take her to court to get custody because he doesn't approve of the new boyfriend. Can she remove his name from... Read more »
If he is on the birth certificate, he is the child's legal father and has equal legal and custodial rights to the child, unless a court has ruled otherwise. I would suggest that your daughter consult with an attorney as soon as possible to discuss what steps she should take.
On the pauper application you would list your current expenses. If you haven't received an answer to your request for a continuance, you should try and follow up with the attorney. If you still don't get a response, file a motion to continue and indicate your efforts to get their consent and their...Read more »
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