Whose name is on title is not the issue. If the house was purchased by your husband before you two got married, that house is his separate property. If during the marriage mortgage payments were made, the assumption would be that those mortgage payments came from community property income. The...Read more »
I know that by know I might have an arrest warrant. Can I get a lawyer to remove arrest warrant and start making my monthly child support payments and payments on money I'm behind with? I just need to start all over on my child support. Pay my monthly payments due and give payments on child support... Read more »
over 20 unexcused school absence/ 30+ tardies, poor hygiene, welts, bruises and bald spots on scalp. child has express to me that mother makes her responsible for feeding and caring for two younger siblings ages 2 and 1 , while shes out of the house. my child is only 10 years old.
How can you share custody 50/50 with someone if you do not know where they live? If you have evidence of the problems you have listed, it would supply the grounds for a motion to modify custody orders and/or to get the court to order a custody evaluation that may result in you getting the full...Read more »
Baby is not yet born. Father and i have no contact whatsoever right now. He's very abusive and i have texts from him threatening to kill me and texts stating that he has hit me but no photo proof because he deleted them all.. If i ask for sole legal and physical custody of my child and file for... Read more »
Anything is possible. Whether his request for visitation is granted depends entirely on how you draft your documents and what evidence you present to the court that Dad having visitation or custody is not in the child's best interests. To make sure you present your evidence properly and prepare...Read more »
Daughters husband left her while pregnant. They have a two year old as well. He makes less than a third of what she does and rents a room. He also has a girlfriend who stays over. The two year old is a boy. It would seem to me that environment of a rented room in a stranger's house would not be... Read more »
My ex and I had our daughter as teenagers. I took on all of the responsibility. I went to work full time. I was in high school still as well. Then I became wrapped up in drugs and stayed away to keep my daughter safe. But I have been clean and have a very stable life for nearly 4 years now. He will... Read more »
It looks like you are posting this question from Washington; not California. It also sounds like you do not have any existing custody/visitation orders in place. If you want such orders, you will need to file a Petition for Parentage and custody/visitation and file concurrently, a Request for...Read more »
It does not appear that you have asked a question here. What is your question? Are you seeking legal representation? If you are looking to hire an attorney, use the "Find a Lawyer" link at the top of the page. Good luck.
we had a failed IVF cycle at a clinic that was a terrible experience from start to finish. Since then, another doctor told me that the treatment (starting stimulation on day 21, retrieval on day 7/8) "makes no sense", and others have seconded this. I've asked the clinic why this was done this way... Read more »
In the absence of injury, you cannot maintain a medical malpractice case. There must be an act of negligence that is causally related to an identified injury. If this failed cycle of IVF reduced your chances of success with subsequent cycles or attempts, then maybe you have a basis for a lawsuit....Read more »
If your mom did not leave behind an estate plan; specifically a living trust, the estate will go through probate, assuming it carries an overall value in excess of $150,000. Whether probate is necessary however, does not change your rights. Without an estate plan, the estate passes via intestate...Read more »
The father is in the picture and wants to keep a family unit so he puts up with it, he is mentally abused too. My sister has mental issues and refuses help. She is narcissistic and toxic. My niece has severe anxiety and sometimes she can’t breathe due to it.
You do not have legal standing to get custody of your niece. If you mean "legal guardianship", Dad being in the picture would be an obstacle and your request would likely be denied. If you believe your niece is really being abused, my suggestion would be to contact child protective services and...Read more »
It means in the event of a divorce, each party retains their respective retirement benefits as their sole and separate property without any sharing with the other party. This clause is contingent upon the parties executing a waiver with the retirement plan/plan administrator of the retirement plan.
CA, he was served a day before when the order went threw to take custody away on CA he was in the military. Judge made a bad decision. He pays support but the mom refuses any contact with him. His daughter cries because she misses her dad. Im not sure if we need two lawyers or we’re do we start?
Depending on how long the child has been living in Kentucky, Dad should consider hiring a lawyer in California to file a motion to transfer venue to Kentucky so he can seek modification of custody/visitation orders. He can then address the support. Once the case is transferred to Kentucky, he...Read more »
I have been a stay at home mom for 15 years and now boyfriend decides that he is done kicks me to the street. he is keeping the kids from me and acting like he does not have to help me can he kick me out
You have parental rights. You have the right to custody and/or visitation. If you want those rights adjudicated; i.e. to get a court order, you will need to file a parentage action (aka paternity) and request child custody orders and support. As a co-habitant, you do not have the same rights as...Read more »
I haven’t heard from him since my daughter told me he was abusing her , I called the police and put a report but they never found them , I have a 17 year old son that is his son and he never support him since he left , all this time I always wanted to get a divorce but I’m afraid I don’t want... Read more »
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