Pete David Louden's answer There is no law against people having security cameras in their homes. Almost every place you go now has security cameras: homes, schools, parking lots, stores, government buildings, etc.
Pete David Louden's answer An appeal is more involved than filling out a form. There are several steps and time limitations. Meet with an attorney that handles appeals and they will be able to fully explain the process and help you file the appeal.
Pete David Louden's answer No. A five year old cannot make decisions concerning visitations. With that said, If you believe there are legitimate safety issues you should consult with an attorney to discuss options. I wish you the best of luck with your case.
Pete David Louden's answer If you are asking if a copay is considered an uncovered medical expense for which you would owe your percentage under a child support order, a copay is an expense not paid by insurance so you would owe your percentage.
If your question is in a different context please provide more information.
Pete David Louden's answer More facts would need to be know to give you an answer such as whether or not there is a custody order, how long ago the child left Oklahoma with the mother, what legal actions you have taken and when, etc. Contact an attorney directly to discuss options.
Pete David Louden's answer It seems that in most family law matters one party, or both, allege the other party has lied. If the court finds that someone has not been truthful with the court that person can be sanctioned.
Pete David Louden's answer It depends on if this is an original action, if there is an existing case, how long she has lived at her current location, if she has lived where it was filed, etc. It will be fact specific. Contact an attorney directly. After asking you a few questions to determine proper jurisdiction they will be able to answer your question.
not the bank. You can file contempt against your ex if she has willfully violated an order if the court. If found guilty she can be ordered to pay your attorney fees and in some extreme cases even be sentenced to jail.
Pete David Louden's answer It could be that mother never pursued child support from the other fathers or could be the result of a shared parenting plan where the parents split equal time and have similar incomes. There could be several different explanations but the only way to tell you for sure would be to take a look at the other cases.
Pete David Louden's answer It would depend on your agreement and if any money is owed to the state. If all the money is owed to mom and she is willing to do an agreed order agreeing all support is paid in full you can do that. DO NOT rely on an agreement with her. You need to get a court order. If you do not get a court order it may bite you later in a big way.
Pete David Louden's answer If the children have been living with you and wish to stay in your home the process would be to modify your order. After reviewing your case an attorney can tell you how to get this done and your chance of success.
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