I got married in Arkansas on 8/13/2020 in Fort Smith Arkansas. The next following month I filed for an annulment in Wagoner, Oklahoma but my husband decided to challenge the Arkansas law and state that we are not married despite the license being filed in Arkansas and signed by a minister. The... Read more »
In the process of getting a divorce and my wife has been doing things against court orders, while in possession of our children, that i see as being potentially harmful to there wellbeing. I cant legally protect them without evidence and this is the only way i can see to obtain any. Thank you for... Read more »
My ex has not paid CS in 13 years, not because he can’t pay it, he just simply won’t. Not only has he successfully avoided garnished wages, he has successfuly avoided any kind of cosequence for not paying. He’s not going to pay a judgement either . He just won’t,he has not come to see his... Read more »
He can be charged in Oklahoma with a felony (prison time) when delinquency is over $5000. See your local state child support agency to refer to Oklahoma for help. Also, you can try to hire an experienced family law attorney in the county where he lives to assist in trying to get felony charges...Read more »
She has sole custody and lives in the next town, he lives in another state and has no granted visitation or custody She is mentally unstable to have them and signed p.o.t to me and now he wants to come and get them and take them with him. Can he
My rights were taken due to domestic violence and marijuana. Marijuana is legal now and I'm no longer with my abusor nor am I pregnant by him. That was a problem with the state because I maintained a relationship and kept having my abusor children
From the details you gave in your question, it appears that you have eliminated the reason for termination of your rights. But PLEASE Don't have a child until you are in a long term stable relationship, and are married, and no longer use marijuana without a very good medical reason, and a...Read more »
He left due to her alcoholism and abuse, he made an attempt to send her last known address the papers for the divorce with no response after 3 months, and he is honestly very nervous about having any actual contact with her. How can he file for divorce without her and is the 6 months living alone... Read more »
He must serve her with notice of filing of the divorce. If he knows where she is, it would be best to hire a private process server to serve her. If he can't locate her, she can be served with notice by publication, and should get a lawyer to help make sure it's done right. You can...Read more »
She also was supposed to use her SSI to pay bills, and didn't pay any, but the money is gone, Losing the house, car, maxed out all CC's, a d defaulted a $11000 loan. And continues to spend Moms check to fund her lifestyle. She is bankrupt left with only her SS Check to live on.
There is a very good reason you MUST seek to have criminal charges filed against her not covered by other answers. If it becomes necessary for mom to be placed in a nursing home when she is out of funds and seeks Medicaid, the other family members may be required to pay the stolen money back into...Read more »
the option to be guardians or adopt. His great grandmother is his adoptive mother at this time, she is 73. He has been in my life since he was weeks old on a constant basis. I married in April 2017. When xxxx's daddy passed away, he was 3. He began receiving survivor benefits. Since living... Read more »
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