Im not sure what deed papers were signed by you and your husband and not sure who was supposed to file those deed papers.... so I suggest that you schedule a consultation with a family law specialist to review what you are entitled to in a divorce ( i.e. alimony, division of assets, etc) and review...Read more »
My sons father has intermittent parenting time with his son due to his own accord. We have a court order for every other weekend Friday to Sunday but he has missed two months of visitation this year so far and last year he did not have overnight visitations for a year. He does not have stable... Read more »
DO NOT WAIT ANY FURTHER! Contact the court immediately ( responding to whomever sent you the notification) telling them that you have not received any of his paperwork and therefore cannot respond to his claims. Send a copy of that submission to the probation officer in charge of your account and...Read more »
We got engaged 2016, He bought the home approx. 1yr before we married. While we renovated he lived with me at my home. We married 12/17 and then sold my place and went to live in new home. On 7/23/19 we signed papers at the lawyers to put my name on the deed. I just learned today he never followed... Read more »
You NEED to have a consultation with a family law specialist NOW! This is not the type of setting that you can or should get legal advice through an internet post. You need to sit down with a specialist to review the terms of your prior divorce agreement and look at the setting surrounding your...Read more »
We havent filed a divorce but she wants to bring my son to her no place that i dont even know where is it.Can i able to tell her not to bring my son until she filed a divorce at custody of our son?thanks
Schedule a consultation with a certified matrimonial ( divorce) trial lawyer before you agree to anything. This is too important an issue to simply agree upon without understanding the legal significance of your actions. Too often, we family law specialists hear stories about someone getting bad...Read more »
he will be moving to Nevada and living on my property and not making an income anymore his ex is a nurse and still has an income way more then what he makes he works 7 days a week to pay her alimony payments is there a way to get it stopped?
Its impossible for any family law attorney to give you competent advice based on the limited information supplied. My suggestion is that you and he meet with a family law attorney ( not a general practitioner who handles family law matters) to discuss it and to review the change in circumstance...Read more »
My girlfriend got divorced in Iowa in 2016, now resident in MO with her 2 kids. Her ex (lives in Iowa) has a history of robbery, assaults and drug use. He is also way behind in child support payment now reaching 5 digits but gave pocket money back in December and January. He's been found in... Read more »
Based on the information provided, New Jersey does not have jurisdiction over the issue raised by you and therefore any NJ family law attorney answering this question would be speculating. You need to address the question to a family law attorney in Iowa.
Beneficiary has evidence to prove the POA/Trustee is breaching his fiduciary duties. Beneficiary hires a lawyer. His lawyer petitions the court for a discovery which is denied. Judge orders a deposition of the POA/Trustee. My lawyer failed to reveal a significant amount of info to persuade the... Read more »
While this matter seems like a "family law" matter, it is actually an estate law matter and you need to talk with an estate law specialist who handles estate litigation. This is not the type of matter that you go to a general practitioner who advertises that he also handles estate claims....Read more »
My guess is that you are going through a divorce presently and trying to figure out how to calculate how much you need to pay for alimony. Im making that "guess" since if you already had an alimony obligation in an agreement or court order, it would identify what your income setting was...Read more »
I am not sure why you need proof today as to the emancipation of your child in 1998 ( 22 years ago), but the easiest way would be for your ex to sign a letter acknowledging that you paid your child support properly and that your obligation ended in 1998 and that there were no child support arrears...Read more »
Their mother has dementia and recently entered a nursing home. Went into the hospital for surgery and is now in a rehab center. They told her son they cannot give him any information on her condition. They were also told they cannot visit as per the other sibling. Their mother is my sister.
This type of setting is terribly sad and I am sorry that you and your family is going through this setting but I am also guessing that there is a long history underlying the hostilities being expressed by one group of siblings against their brother and I am also guessing that there is concern that...Read more »
Child was estranged and the father had no input on college decisions. Father also can't afford to contribute to college on top of the child support he is already paying. Couple was never married and have no agreement about college.
Whether married or not, the obligations owed to a child remain the same ..... but the starting point in this discussion is the language of your agreement or court order for child support & parenting time. Presumably, your agreement / court order provided you and your ex with a joint legal...Read more »
Involving a 5 year old child who's father and mother died and grandmother is being misled to sign to allow the childs aunt to adopt the child . The attorney representing the grandparent has threatened the grandmother to sign the document telling her it is easier this way and has created a... Read more »
If you have a court order identifying the change in physical custody of your son from your former wife to you in 2007, you can show the probation department officer same. If you dont have a formal order for the transfer of physical custody to you in 2007, then hopefully you can get your former...Read more »
I was served with a temporary restraining order, but my ex claims someone is sending her anonymous letters, it says in the (TPO) she thinks its me because the handwriting is similar, that all she has on the Temporary order, is that enough evidence for a final restraining order?
This is a case where you need to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to review each of the allegations advanced against you in your ex's domestic violence complaint to determine what proofs are needed to respond to the claims / testimony needed and how best to present that...Read more »
Potentially yes. The NJ case is Miller v Miller, which stands for the proposition that a family court judge is authorized to impute income to an immune asset ( inheritance) for child support calculation purposes. Hypothetically, your ex received an inheritance of 500,000. The court can impute an...Read more »
There is case law in NJ addressing a custodial parents plan to change a child's last name - translated, its not that simple if your ex is opposed to it. My suggestion is that you meet with a family law attorney to learn what is permissible and what will result in litigation between you and...Read more »
I'm in a not so healthy relationship, my fiance is currently using drugs (denies it but I know he is I've been with him for 4 years). We have a 2yo together and one due 12/4.. i also have 2 daughters from previous relat.... i already feel like a single mom and have given him an ultimatum... Read more »
Presuming that you leave him a detailed letter, letting him know exactly why you have left and that you are not seeking to prevent him from continuing a parenting relationship with his child / children and that you will cooperate with his efforts to see and be with his child / children AND...Read more »
I have more than 150 emails text and voice mails that I have been receiving for more than 3 months. It started because I did not throw a birthday party for my son in the beginning of June during Corona virus lockdown. It has escalated to her verbally attacking me, and everybody in the family.... Read more »
The interesting thing is that there is a recent unreported NJ appellate division decision addressing this exact issue and the trial court found that the relative had engaged in harassment behavior and issues a restraining order. The order was then overturned by the appellate division who found that...Read more »
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