Emancipation is more complicated than just signing papers. The following blog has the requirements for emancipation in NC. If you have additional questions, you will need to hire an attorney to assist you. https://averettfamilylaw.com/?s=emancipation
It's certainly illegal based on the COVID-19 rules to stay home unless you are an essential worker or going to an essential workplace, such as a grocery store, to conduct business.... Regardless of your age.
The state is probably taking you to court for child support because the mother is on public assistance. Under federal law, the state has to do that. So basically other than hiring an attorney to make sure the child support amount is not higher than it would be otherwise, there's nothing you...Read more »
Ask for a DNA test, assuming you were not married to the child's mother. Yes, child support can be brought up at any time before the child's graduation from high school or age of 18, whichever is later.
How do I know if and when my divorce finalized? And how long must I wait to remarry? I know for a fact that he has plans on remarrying as well so there will be no appeal. We ended this marriage non contested, outside of court, and are on good terms.
When you say you "got a divorce," did you go to court, or have an attorney go to court for you to have a judge sign a divorce order? You are divorced as soon as a Judge signs the order saying you are divorced and it's filed with the clerk. If the divorce has been done correctly, you...Read more »
I was serve on Friday 01-17-2020 with a notice of registration of foreign support order.
It states if i want to contest the validity or enforcement of the order, I must file a written request for hearing asking the court to vacate the order. Which forms do I have to fill out? I live in the... Read more »
There are no forms for that. You need to hire a lawyer to draft the motion, which has to be based on the legal grounds that the Illinois order is invalid in Illinois, incorrect, or not the current order. So your NC lawyer would either need to consult with an Illinois lawyer (and get an opinion...Read more »
There is no form. Interrogatories and requests for production of documents are case specific, and subject to a wide variety of rules including the rules of evidence, civil procedure and case law. You should consult with an attorney before proceeding.
members, her daughter is not being well taken care of. Can the daughter legally decide who she wants to live with without her mother’s permission when she turns 13? Can I have guardianship or adopt her this way?
No a 13 year old does not get to decide where she wants to live. Think about it... if that were the case she could live with a boyfriend. Getting guardianship, termination of parental rights and adoption or even custody of a child who has a biological parent requires proving to a court, by clear...Read more »
I am not US citizen and I am planning to reside out of US with a child who is US citizen by birth. My husband , who I am separated from , is US citizen too. He agreed that child lives with me abroad. My question is about child support, if I am not US citizen and live out of US, is my husband... Read more »
The mother of the child refuses to let the father see their son because he does not want to be with her. It’s been 2years since he’s seen his son. The mother is married to someone else and does not want the father to know anything about their whereabouts. She told the father in order for him to... Read more »
She has some medical issues but it is of very sound mind. He physically roughed her up 3 months ago and she went to a local women's shelter. He is stealing all manner of money from her as she is retired and has a good pension. She left home and is living with my friend, her son. Her husband... Read more »
The county where a case is filed is referred to as 'venue'. Venue is proper where the plaintiff, the defendant or the child lives, or where most of the evidence and witnesses are. But filing in a county does not have proper venue is not grounds to dismiss the case, it's just grounds...Read more »
Because your father evidently did not file to legitimate you, and did not include you in a will. Establishing paternity and recognizing a child as a legitimate heir are two different legal processes. Filing an action to legitimate a child establishes paternity, but establishing paternity does not...Read more »
CS holds the payments all the time, and I'm a single mom raising 3 children. The father of my 2 oldest is $13,199 in the rears of Child support payments, and he also hasn't filed taxes in like 3 or 4 years.
what do you mean by holding the payments? Are you saying that the father is paying on time and child support is not sending it to you? Child support of course can't send you money if he's not paying it to them.
There are no forms for that. But you may be able to find an attorney to draft it for you, and tell you how to file it with the court, serve it on the other party, schedule the hearing, and then conduct the hearing yourself. Or just hire an attorney to handle it for you.
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