My daughter's mother and I have a parenting plan. We mutually agreed outside of court that some of the items needed to be changed such as switching bi-weekly visits from one overnight to two overnights. We drafted an intent to file parenting plan changes and the document is notarized but never... Read more »
answered on Jun 24, 2022
Your agreement can not be enforced as a court order until/unless the court approves it and makes it an order of the court. You should be able to file it on your own.
answered on Jun 16, 2022
You should file a response in the probate case indicating that you are an heir to the estate. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
I have residential custody and there is already a parenting time plan in place, filed and approved by the courts as a result of a abuse/neglect investigation involving my wife. She moved to NC during that investigation before there was a parenting time order. She now says I'm not allowed to... Read more »
answered on Jun 14, 2022
You need her consent or an order from the court allowing the move. If she will not consent, you should file a motion to approve the move. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
My son's mother was arrested in NV for DV against me. She had a Protective Order placed on her for a month afterward. She said she wanted to see our son after the 30 days after the Protection Order ended and never showed. She made 2 arrangements with me and never showed up. The mom's... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2022
You will need to deal with the court case in NV. Yes, you can be served in Colorado. You should get a lawyer in NV to help you with this. There may be an issue whether NV or CO should make the custody decision.
How do I go about getting a lawyer in North Carolina, I live in Montrose Colorado,and I'm trying to get my daughter's back from their father wrongfully removed them,and no his mother is trying for custody
answered on May 9, 2022
I suggest contacting the bar association in that area and request a listing of local attorneys who do custody work. That should give you a start. Good luck.
I have worked for my entire marriage but my husband hasn't and has no retirement plan.
answered on Apr 4, 2022
The portion of your pension that you earned during the marriage is marital property. Marital property ,including the pension, is subject to an equitable division. So, yes, he will get 1/2 of the pension, assuming it all was earned during the marriage.
Pending sale, petitioner shall be responsible for all loan payments, insurance, taxes, utilities and maintenance, and petitioner shall be accorded possession of the property pending sale. I don't have a job but he left the home after this was made house is in both of our names. The house never... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2022
I would need to actually read the order to be sure, but it sounds like he was to pay the mortgage etc. until the house sold. You should consult with a lawyer to help you decide how best to proceed. The fact that he left does not change the order.
answered on Feb 21, 2022
You have to file a motion requesting the court appoint a Child and Family investigator (CFI). The cost is usually about $2750 to be divided between the parties depending on their respective financial circumstances. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
We have 50/50 custody, the father lives in Canon City and I live in Fountain. I am planning on moving to Denver before the end of the year. Can I request and be granted full custody due to employment?
answered on Feb 18, 2022
You may request that the judge interview the children. Many/most judges will not do so. Another option is to request a CFI (Child and Family Investigator) who can report on the situation. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Our daughter just turned 18 Feb, 11. She's a full time college student at a university since Aug 2021. We have a 9 year old son as well. Currently monthly payments are $1232 a month to which he hasn't paid in over a month and he's 23k in arrears. Payments were consistent for 2 years... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
In Colorado, child support lasts until age 19. You can get a judgment for the back support plus interest of 12% per annum. However, it may be very difficult to collect the judgment if he is in another country. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
My x and I had a house in FL. He is former military so it was a VA loan. It went in to pre foreclosure in 2014 while we lived in another country. He was receiving the funds but not paying the mortgage. I came back to the states when I found out and, I managed to get a modification on the house.... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
You may be able to file an appeal. There are strict deadlines file an appeal. YOU SHOULD GET A LAWYER TO HELP YOU WITH THIS.
One of her stipulations is that I cosign for her home to buy as part of the divorce. She claims I will not be liable for any payments and we can put that in the separation agreement. She can not afford a mortgage on her own, she is planning on renting out two rooms to make the payment. Is this... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2022
Realize that if you do this, you will be responsible to the mortgage company for the payments regardless of what your separation agreement says. You can get a divorce with or without her agreement. y
You should consult with a lawyer to review your entire financial situation and advise you... Read more »
Then give that money to his mom to buy us a house. Now separated and she sold the house and we are goin through a divorce. Am I entitled to all the money back. Or do I need to split it with my ex husband. Do inheritance laws prevail or are they trumped once I deposited that money into his account
answered on Feb 11, 2022
That money has become marital property. It is now subject to an "equitable" distribution. This means a "fair" division, not necessarily an "equal" division. You should get lawyer to help you with this.
We are still married as the judge continued the divorce until July. I was wondering while we waited, how I can get my money back, as she stopped checks to both my lawyers, leaving them unpaid, and me in a financial burden. I believe she also used my signature to take me off an account, yet not... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2022
You should consult with your existing lawyers re how best to proceed.
The time we were together not only was i not old enough to work but when i was he didnt let me he said only whores worked especially when they had a man to take care of them and then when i had kids and told him i wanted to work he said whores that wanted to get away from their kids wanted to work... Read more »
answered on Jan 20, 2022
You may be eligible for maintenance and child support in the divorce. This will depend on his income compared to yours. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Father and I have never been married, never been to court, have zero agreement. Recently, father started paying $300 a month in child support, although I have 100% parenting time. Father can afford more but is unwilling to pay more or help with groceries or utility bills, doesn’t pay for... Read more »
answered on Jan 19, 2022
You should file a court case to get these things in place. Child support can be set based on the respective incomes of the parents. A parenting plan can be established in accord with the best interest of the child. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
We have joint custody and I have primary custody. Parenting time is switch every 2 weeks. My relocation would be to Texas for better living and because I would be able to buy a house there. Our son is 11turning 12 in May.
answered on Jan 17, 2022
You will need the consent of the other parent. If s/he does not agree, you will have to file a motion with the court for permission to move with your son. You will need a new parenting plan for this. You should get a lawyer to help you with this situation.
I got divorced in Colorado and have been ordered reintegration therapy to have contact with my children however I live in Florida. To have therapy the therapist must be licensed in both states this is impossible to find and if I did find a therapist willing they would be in violation of the law... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2022
Yes, you can file a motion to have he court modify it's order. Your motion should propose a solution that is possible and that will meet the court's initial concerns. You should get a lawyer in Colorado to help you with this (assuming the order is from the Colorado court).
I have a new mortgage type and it’s been approved we need to pay her get her lien off
answered on Dec 30, 2021
You will have to work with your new mortgage company to see if the new loan can go through without a release of this lien. It may be possible to escrow the lien amount in case she comes forward. Alternatively, you may need to try harder to actually find her.
We have recently separated. The RV was officially paid for within a few days after we began spending time apart. If titled only in my husbands name would there be any issues of equal ownership if we divorce?
answered on Dec 22, 2021
Generally, anything purchased during the marriage is marital property, subject to an equitable division in a divorce. An exception would be if the money came from his separate property, such as a gift or inheritance.
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