sit down and come to a fair and agreeable parenting schedule, she filed a restraining order against me, essentially eliminating any contact with my son. The court date for the protective order is Oct. 8.
What options are available to have this bogus order lifted prior to the Oct. 8 court... Read more »
My daughters father had her get her GED about a year ago at age 17 instead of letting her finish high school. She moved in with me in April and turned 18 in June. My check is still being garnished to pay child support. What should or can I do?
A judge could go either way on this. There is no good reason for her to take that position IF the pay out to her would be the same. If there is a dispute regarding the value of the house, the judge could decide to order a sale. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
You can file an action for allocation of parental responsibilities assuming the child lives in Colorado. Other states may have different name for a similar custody case. The court will establish a parenting time schedule for you. You should get a lawyer for this.
I filed for divorce on September 2, 2020. My husband mailed the paperwork to his sister in Texas who then filed in the blanks, signed and mailed to me. I will assume that a response was also sent to the court.
My wife and I were married in Georgia in 2011. We moved to Illinois after getting married, and lived there together until separating in 2017. In 2018, my wife moved to Pennsylvania. I've just moved to Colorado less than one month ago. We have no children, and have already settled on splitting... Read more »
Any debt incurred during the marriage is marital .The increase in your 401k that occurred during the marriage is marital property. Marital debt and marital property can be allocated on an "equitable" basis,meaning "fairly". not necessarily equally. You probably will also have to...Read more »
The only real property other than the home is a car that my husband put in both his and son's name in an attempt to protect from creditors. He did this without any guidance and was completely wrong about it. His son is trying to take the car, which is the only thing I have to provide... Read more »
I was granted the motion ,,, enforce to pay....with compound interest....how much can I get? Is it daily or yearly,,, I forgot to put it in my order,,, so. I'm not sure if I ONLY get to charge annually....
Undergoing a divorce, had court hearing to go over separation agreement, and she withdrew the agreement it bc she is being sued in civil court (accused of cyberbullying and defamation, 6 counts), she wants to change the separation agreement to state that I have to split her legal fees and any money... Read more »
Your wife's claimed obligations are likely "marital debts" because they were incurred during the marriage. The court can allocate responsibility for those debts "equitably', which means "fairly". You can argue that it is fair to hold her solely responsible for...Read more »
Did not apply for his parental right he only stated that he was the father, so now that we're married for 12 years now he says if we divorce he doesnpt uave to pay any thing on our son because he never applied for hos roghts he only aknolaged that he was his, he is also trying to say that... Read more »
Your husband will be considered the legal father of your child because he signed an acknowledgment of paternity and took him into his house as his child. He will be responsible for child support and perhaps spousal support as well. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Petitioner's lawyer also filed "order:re response to the motion parenting time dispute" with boxes for district court judge to sign basically ask for lawyer fee when i don't have a lawyer. How should i respond to this "order:re"/ can i respond to oppose it?
The date to give it to her is 1 Sept 2020. We filed a CH7 BR together in Sept 2019 and lenders won't let me do a Refi until 1 year after the CH 7 was discharged. So getting the 50% equity out won't be able to be done until mid Sept - mid Oct. Getting a 45-60 day extension would allow me... Read more »
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