He was an alcoholic and his mother and father took advantage of him until he died. He was disabled and had his mother as payee on SSI and never got his check and was unable to conduct business due to issues to his brain from alcohol and liver failure. All things that they had him do without me... Read more »
Being on SSI indicates he had a very small estate. You may be able to obtain the assets in his bank accounts using an affidavit of successor in interest. An attorney can prepare it for you. As to the other property, you may need to open a probate of his estate with the assistance of an attorney....Read more »
He explained this to judge in March and had papers from VT stating there is no case against him; judge didn't look at them. Now he has to go back to court because MS says he hasn't paid $. Could he end up going to jail? He is a full time student and unemployed, I am in the military and... Read more »
Papers were filed 7 days before the 18th bday of child and papers were received on the day after the 18th bday. Does this fall into the statute of limitaitions? Father being sued is not on the birth certificate (someone else is) and father was told he was not the father at the birth of child.... Read more »
Until he satisfies the judge that he has caught up his child support payments, he otherwise convinces the court that he should be released, or an appellate court orders his release. If he does not have the capacity to pay and is otherwise not in contempt of court, it may be possible to have him...Read more »
And he does them around the boys he is very abusive to my 12 he has people in and out saling drugs around my boys people in and day and night my 12 found him in the floor with a surengy in his arm they do not want to be there anymore.please help me please
He can sue for a declaration of paternity and/or visitation and child support in the county where the child resides. If his name is on the birth certificate, he need sue only for visitation and a declaration of child support.
The father can be forced to pay by a court. The Child Enforcement Division of the Department of Human Services has an obligation to pursue child support arrearages. Alternatively, you can hire an attorney to petition the Chancery Court to force the father to pay.
Section 93-27-305 Miss. Code Annot. (2004)provides for registration of a child custody determination such as when the court that had jurisdiction declares that Miss. is now the child's home state. Otherwise, a petition can be filed in the Miss. county where the child has last resided for a...Read more »
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