award me joint custody of our daughter? I've been accused of doing drugs, which I disproved over and over with clean hair follicle tests, having my child withheld whenever the father feels like changing the schedule. Also, when my daughter was a baby and I asked the judge when I can raise... View More
I understand your frustration but there are pieces to this story that are missing and the best advice I can give you is to sit down with an experienced divorce lawyer to review the history of the court orders entered in your matter and review the certifications filed in support of your requests and...View More
I understand the question and the short answer is that you can try to find a notary that is willing to sign the document acknowledging your respective signatures. If you and your spouse talk with the notary and acknowledge that the signatures affixed to the document are your signatures, the notary...View More
Currently ignoring filed motions that contain new evidence of plaintiff perjury, njdcpp ethics, falsification of medical documents, more. Judge knows this evidence destroys the case against me and her judgement. promised she was not going to hear it. Can I compel judge to hear my motions and see my... View More
Not necessarily and it does not mean that the judge is wrong or that the appellate division will reverse the courts actions. When a matter is filed in the court system, parties are obligated to file / serve specific discovery requests and those requests for information MUST be produced to the other...View More
If the deadline to file an Answer is set forth in a court order, you need to comply with that deadline. My guess is that the other lawyer is not going to give you additional time. BUT, go online and google form Answer to divorce complaint in New Jersey and I have to beleive that there are plenty of...View More
I became pregnant at 17 and made my dad aware. He told me that if I kept the baby, I would be out of the house but if I got rid of the baby, I could stay. I decided to keep the baby but asked if I could stay at least until I finished school and he continued to say that if I kept the baby, I would... View More
You need to meet with a social service worker from the county where you lived while living with your dad to find out what resources are available to you for healthcare, schooling, housing, etc to be able to finish school and for the baby's benefit. I would also talk with the father of your...View More
Its improper to offer money in exchange for the dismissal of a dv restraining order. If he is acknowledging that he did something wrong, agreeing to put in place appropriate civil restraints to bar all contact and communications moving forward and he is offering to give you money to relocate and to...View More
You NEED to meet with an experienced divorce lawyer and have him prepare your opposition paperwork and your cross application addressing your ex's failure / refusal to cooperate with your rights as a joint legal parent under the terms of your agreement. Simply walking into court and thinking...View More
The court order does not specify that I am required to cover insurance premiums or extracurricular activities for the children. However, the court transcript indicates that the judge mentioned I need to bear these expenses. The other party has now filed a motion asking me to pay the bills. Is this... View More
If the transcript of the court proceeding contains specific items that the judge told you to take care of, but it appears that he forgot to include those items in his order, presume that he will take the position that the transcript controls and then he will correct his order to reflect those...View More
I have ample evidence such as videos photos I have documents, proving that he left me home alone for 10 months and then he doesn’t buy food. Cps had to get me a bed, buy me clothes and food because he did not want to. I also have family biological family to testify on my behalf I just can’t... View More
I dont know what county you live in, but each county offers free counseling services for teens to help cope with an abusive home setting. I would start with the counseling services and during your counseling, you can start to explore options available to you to redress your guardian's...View More
Need additional information to be able to answer the question. You state that you are obligated to pay your ex 75,000 but you never told us what the 75,000 was for? Buy out of your ex's interest in the marital home, your retirement account, but out of your alimony obligation or for some other...View More
Both parents / guardians for a child live in NJ and share physical custody of the child equally and now 1 parent / guardian wants to relocate out of state and change the custody / parenting time plan - does the other parent / guardian agree to the other parent / guardian moving out of state and if...View More
Can my Grandma make the decision on her own? Can the Power of Attorney make the decision on her own? The Power of Attorney told me that she has to ask my mother, who is scheduled to receive an inheritance (and said no). Are they all playing me? Who has the real power to re-allocate the funds?
Im going to give you fatherly advice since the question has nothing to do with the law - a primary reason your grandmother gave someone power of attorney over her assets was to protect her from making decisions based purely on emotion. 30,000 is an extraordinary amount of money to ask anyone for...View More
Best advice is to stay as far away as possible from this person now and forever. If you go to the police and make a report as to the threat, then the police will probably reach out to this person, who may or may not have planned to contact the police. As a result of being contacted, this person may...View More
I dont know if you are talking about criminal charges or filing a civil suit or both against this person but you should meet with a criminal law attorney to get a better understanding of what you will need to provide the police for purposes of pursuing criminal charges against him and you should...View More
Not an uncommon question today. Most people acknowledge that even after their child graduates from high school/college and goes into the workforce, they still need assistance from their parents, including continuing to keep them on their health insurance plan until their child turns 26. So even...View More
The county where the divorce judgment was entered.
Make sure you use the correct docket number on all pleadings filed and make sure that you send a duplicate copy of your application to your former spouse at the same time that you file with the court and make sure that you have proof of...View More
In kayahan vs kayahan the father was allowed to pay the arrears directly to his son. that's what i would like to do. The mother and him aren't talking and he is willing to be on my side in court. I would also like to file to have the last year of arrears removed from the file since he was... View More
The answer is yes if your former spouse signs a letter in favor of the probation department confirming the date of your child's graduation from college and an acknowledgment that child support terminates upon that date. If your former spouse refuses/fails to sign same, how would the probation...View More
My GF and I had a fight and she requested a TRO. The triggering incident was that we saw each other in a yoga class and she concluded I had followed her there, although I go to yoga at the same location. She withdrew the TRO and when I attempted to talk to her again she filed for a new TRO. At the... View More
Defending against a domestic violence complaint is not a simple task and the information in the complaint is designed to educate you as to the scope of testimony she plans to present. If she did not include any information as to the prior yoga incident, then she could not testify as to it at trial...View More
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