It is possible that changing the amount may lead to other changes in maintenance or child support It should not lead to any changes in custody or property division. you should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Communication has been expressly limited to TalkingParents.com between my ex husband and myself. I have the records available to me for evidence, and he uses TalkingParents for this communication. He takes every opportunity to call me many names, all which have to do with him implying that I have... Read more »
Colorado recognizes CLM. It is equally valid as a ceremonial marriage. It requires that both of you intend to be married and that you live together. This is usually indicated by holding yourselves out to the community as a married couple. Also, you need to be legally able to be married-e.g: not...Read more »
just refi-ing the house will not change things so long as you do not put him on the deed. However, any increase in value of the house that occurs during the marriage is considered marital property, subject to an equitable (meaning "fair", not necessarily equal)) division. You should get a lawyer to...Read more »
My son's dad doesn't want us going out of state because of the corona virus. The meet is on my parenting time. We will be driving, and it is only 1 night 6.5 hours from home. His dad has all of the information for the trip. Our parenting plan reads "6. Travel and Vacation Plans - The parties... Read more »
I suggest you start with a NY attorney to see what needs to be done. For instance, in Colorado, you can change a decree of legal separation to a decree of dissolution (divorce) after six months by filing an election to do so.
If you are an adult (age 18), you can get a protection order based on these facts. If you are a minor, your mother can get a protection order for her and you. You or your mother should get a lawyer to help you with this.
My annual bonus was paid in Feb 2019 and divorce was final in June 2019. Bonus was considered marital property and split at time. My annual bonus received today (Feb 2020) was 50% less than last year (and is consistent with bonus for previous 11 years) making my income significantly less than last... Read more »
The court should use your current income. Sometimes, your prior years' income is considered a good indicator of your current income. You should run the child support calculations to see if it really makes much difference. Your contribution to your son's expenses will only matter if he is a child of...Read more »
I did file bankruptcy in August that was discharged in December. And I do know that two of the debts are now going after him, but he still owes me money from his retirement. And that this new lawyer is representing him with that. We did not have lawyers for the divorce originally.
So your ex has hired a lawyer. The Entry of Appearance is the lawyer's way of stating the lawyer is the attorney for your ex in this case. That lawyer is probably going to file a motion of some kind. You should get a lawyer yourself.
No. You also need to file a Petition. You need to provide each other with your mandatory disclosures and certify that you have done so. You will need to file a Separation Agreement and Parenting Plan. You need to provide a form of Decree. You should get a lawyer to help you with all this.
You can try. He could object. Then it's up to the judge to decide whether that is proper. Usually, you would have to have a very good reason to do this. He is not really involved and he has a right to privacy in his tax returns.
The termination of parental rights is specific to the children involved in that case. It does not automatically apply to a child born after that case. The Department would have to file a new case here in Colorado in order for that to happen.
we are trying to do the JDF 1111... but we have negotiated ourselves and agree on all matters... do we still have to do the jdf 1111? .... and Is it better and easier to delay the deadline for that form... and go ahead and separate all of our accounts first... Then file whatever other forms?
You still need to do all the mandatory disclosures, including the JDF 1111, Sworn Financial Affidavit. That's why they are called "mandatory". The court will need to approve your agreement. It needs the Sworn financial statements in order to do so.
This will depend on what is provided by the divorce decree. It may also depend on what year the refund is for and whether that was disclosed in your financial disclosures. You should consult with an attorney to review this and advise you how best to proceed.
You can file a petition to change your son's last name. You will have to provide notice to his father. The court will hold a hearing to determine whether this is in your son's best interest. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Family planned trip out of state ex said no my child could not go. Asked if it was in state could she go? She agreed and now the week of the trip is saying no. We are going to mediation at the end of the month and most likely court. If i still take my daughter will this hurt my chances in court?... Read more »
This depends on whether you have a court-ordered/approved parenting plan. If so, you should comply with its terms. If there are no court orders on the matter, either parent is entitled to time with the child in state. If there is no agreement, you should probably not do it. It is hard to predict...Read more »
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