My fiancé and I have a 7 month old baby boy. The situation is complicated because he lives in his house one week and my House another week. We are both with our parents, so it makes it hard and I wanted our son to live with me since I am his mother and his family controlled and stepped in and said... View More
You need an experienced family law attorney today. Since you are not married - if the father is listed on the birth certificate, you both must have signed an Affidavit of Parentage. This says you have custody of the child. Consult an attorney today so they can advise you the best course of action....View More
I cheated on my current girlfriend also my sons mother and the mother of my daughter has acted on this as if she does not want my son(my daughters brother) or my girlfriend around my daughter when I see her on her conditions and seems to be only what she wants or no way. What can I do to make it... View More
No child support at time of consent judgment and we opted out of FOC because salaries and overnights were equal. Since then, ex has taken a job at a significant lower salary and wants back into FOC and is requesting child support. Do they have a strong case?
If it is a case eligible for child support, this can be requested at any time.
It is possible to fight and have income imputed to your ex - she is not allowed to voluntarily reduce her income. Schedule a free consultation with an attorney - they will be able to review the details of the...View More
It is possible, but she needs to make sure she has an experienced, aggressive attorney representing her in this matter. Most offer free consultations - contact one today to review all of the details about the case so they can direct her how to proceed.
My minor child will graduate June of 2015 which will end my child support order which includes medical split and uninsured amounts. Orthodontics were recently started under a payment plan which was started by the other party in my case, which will end much later than his graduation date. Current... View More
After the child reaches the age of 18 or graduates from high school (whichever is later), the court no longer had jurisdiction over the child or things pertaining to the child, such as medical expenses or college expenses.
I was picking up my car I had just purchased because he was doing some work on it. When I was leaving his neighbor was also backing out his driveway directly across from me. I blew my horn she still backed into my vehicle. She called the police they came my license was suspended and I had no... View More
What is the process that you have to go through for him to terminate all my ec's legal right? He no longer wants her to have his last name. I am more than happy to change it to my last name. I currently have a PPO order against him for abuse.
If you were not married, you most likely have sole custody of the child at this time. If the father is in agreement to change the child's name, you can file a petition to change it (he signs that he is in agreement). Here is a link to the form:...View More
Child support is the right of the child. It can be requested at any time. Most likely, it cannot be back-dated 3 1/2 years. Support will be calculated and put in place from the date the Motion requesting it was filed. Make sure you keep documentation of any money given during this process - it...View More
In most instances, a father cannot simply sign off on a child. If the child is adopted by another party (through step parent adoption, for example) then the father's rights will be terminated. If the father's rights are terminated then support will be terminated.
It is possible you could file for Divorce in Michigan and request the child be returned to the state. You should schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney to discuss the details. Most will offer free initial consultations.
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