Now my court appointed lawyer withdrew. And told me I need to file a " entry of appearance". How do I do this, and where do I fie it. And what is it for.? I'm so lost and need help before I loose my parental rights to my son. It was a default judgement I was late for court.
It is not possible to teach you everything that you need to know to handle the case over the internet. You really need to hire an attorney right now and see if they can help you set aside the default. Act quickly!!!
My S/O is listed on his daughter birth cert and signed an Acknoqldegment of paternity when she was born. he pays child support religiously, has her on his insurance and when he asks if he can see his daughter, her mother always says no, she has plans or makes conditions. We cannot afford a lawyer,... Read more »
My wife and I have been separated for 9 years. During that time she has had 3 children with 3 different guys. Since Oklahoma law is the fathers name on the birth certificate if you are married is the husband's name, I'm on all 3 of them. I've done 2 denial of paternity already. I'm really confused... Read more »
Hi. My husbands daughter is 14. About two years ago, we went to court the first time to get full custody. We ended up settling in an agreement with her mother and getting joint custody. But now my stepdaughter is refusing to come home to our house, I think her mom may be brain washing her, she has... Read more »
My husband pays 400 a month for one kid. He has 5 kids with me that are all his I don't work,child care would be too much. They determined his payments by how much he makes on his check stubs. You can clearly see he doesn't always get overtime and in the winter he sometimes doesn't even get 40... Read more »
Her second kids father told me that was his daughter now and threaten to beat me up so I just left them alone. Now put of the blue she is requesting child support even though she is engaged to this guy. I don't have any evidence of the other guys message or anything it was from 5 years ago
Visitation has nothing to do with child support. Support is still owed whether or not there has been visitation. You should consult with an attorney and see if a modification of support might help you. I wish you the best of luck.
I had a baby with a married man a yr ago. Child turned a yr old in may. He hasn't asked about her or seen her in over a month. He has very little interest in her, hes never kept her on his own, never seen her long usually about 20 min unless I would pay for me and her to accompany him on a business... Read more »
If the divorce has been filed, there is an ATI (automatic temporary injunction) in place. You need to hire an attorney before doing anything to make sure you do not violate the ATI or anything else that could cause a problem.
We have had guardianship of our granddaughter since birth. Its been 16 months and our hearings keep getting continued. We have asked that a motion be filed for permanent guardianship but we get told "no we dont want to do that we are going for guardianship". Isnt a law that after 6 months of a... Read more »
You don't need forms, you need an attorney. A child custody case is not a DIY project. If you are in Georgia and need an attorney in Oklahoma, contact some attorneys until you find one you want to work with. Many will do a consultation with you over the phone.
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?
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