We have nothing to attach us no house no kids nothing we just want the divorce after the papers are signed will it be in and out when we see the judge? Also she went and got a divorce kit with papers and a CD! Seems sketchy to me what do you think of the kit?
Whatever you do, DO NOT use forms you find on the internet or documents prepared by anyone other than a licensed attorney. I have seen so many cases get really messed up over the years by people trying to do a divorce on their own that I recommend everyone get an attorney. If it is uncontested it...Read more »
My son's father lives in Louisiana and his parents are telling me to not file for more child support. I currently receive $300 a month per our custody agreement. His parents are telling me he does not currently have a job and that if I file for more they can lower my monthly amount or decide I do... Read more »
You can file a motion to modify support and support will be calculated based on the gross incomes on both parents. Support would not be zero even if he is not working. Dont listen to legal advice from his parents. Meet with an attorney to discuss your options.
Now she is trying to not let her father see her at all and making false acusations towards him when the living conditions of the grandmothers home are horrible and when we picked her up just a few days ago before the accusations started she was cover in bed bug bites and hair smelling like smoke... Read more »
I've passed every UA since December recently passed hair follicle completed my ISP DHS is still talking about terminating my rights and him out don't see how this is possible if I've done everything my ISP required
Someone pretended to be DHS ( DHS was NOT involved) and took them from sleep over they were at. He has NOT returned them. I have sole custody. Police will not allow me to retrieve them even with file stamped divorce decree stating terms. Why are they not doing anything!?
Law enforcement typically will not get involved in civil matters.
There is only one right answer in this situation. You need to hire an attorney right now. Your attorney will be able to review your case and then tell you the best and fastest way to resolve this issue. I wish you the...Read more »
custodial parent is denying me physical visitation and also phone visitation. I have a signed court order granting me both. I would like to know what I have to do to file a motion with the court to allow me visitation with my child
If you have an order for visitation and the other party refuses to follow the order without just cause, you have a couple of options. You can file a motion to enforce or a contempt citation. Hire an attorney and they will review your case and explain the best option for your particular situation...Read more »
My husband's ex wife has three children (one of which is the daughter they share). The divorce is final. She is currently living with the father of the other two children; they're engaged. Is this legal? I know my husband was not aloud to live with me while we were dating.
We have been divorced for over 8 years. I have not had nor ever tried to make contact with child. Neither of us have custody of child. Grandfather on fathers side has sole custody and has disowned his son (child’s father.)
I would suggest you talk to your attorney about different supervisor options. Sometimes a family member or friend that both parties agree upon can act as supervisor. Or, there are other options for supervisors. I have never heard of supervised visits costing anywhere close to $1,200.00 a month....Read more »
This person Has temporary custody of my children and there are 6 cameras inside the house and there's also audio inside the house and I'm trying to figure out what are the laws in Oklahoma for audio and video inside your house and like if I go in to visitations and stuff to go and see them I just... Read more »
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