There are a few different ways for you to achieve your desired outcome. I would advise you to meet with a lawyer specializing in estate planning to discuss those options. As Attorney Moser informs, separate property my undergo transmutation, in certain circumstances, and be subject to division...Read more »
This is not the place to conduct condo association business. Meet with your attorney in private to discuss the impact of this proposed revision. §34-36.1 will likely come up during your consultation http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE34/34-36.1/INDEX.HTM
Out of state (different state) next summer. We have nothing filed legally with the court. We were never married. He is on the birth certificate. Do I need to do anything other than inform him that I’m planning to move?
If you are all in agreement and he supports the move, you may not need to involve the court at all. It is surprising to hear there is no court involvement. Hopefully that also means you have a fair agreement for him to provide support for your child.
John Smith with my name C/O Joe Smith, executor. We never setup an Estate bank account when he died.... I do have the Probate Certificate of Appointment paperwork which was why the check was sent to me. Can I deposit in my personal account and share with siblings that way or do I need to open... Read more »
My two sons, (18,16) reside with their mother and I pay support for both. Son is turning 18 and she has been advised by the state that his part will be ending. She now wants to take me back to court to ask for more support for our 16 yr old to try and compensate. Can she do this and if so, how much... Read more »
My mother died in 2006 and left $100,000 for my children. The money was put into two individual money market accounts managed by my half brother (a Rhode Island resident). We have those documents. In 2014 my son received a $25,000 disbursement along with a text chain which confirms in... Read more »
This message will likely be deleted due to the inclusion of proper names, consult with a private attorney to bring a civil action in the appropriate court. They will also be able to advise you on any potential criminal charges after you present all of your evidence in a private and confidential...Read more »
been creating accounts to contact me and threatening me and I have Never gone through this I have Court on the 13th and I am Scared I dont Want them to drop the case i don't know what i am supposed to do if I need To get an attorney and if so how I go About that and the costs
I had a case simple assault/domestic case that was dismissed (48a) at trial. somehow it was later reopened months later and I was arrested again on the same exact charge. I took it to trial and was found not guilty. I also tried to remove it from my record and it still shows.
If the neglect is serious enough to place the child in danger, discuss this with your attorney in preparing the documents to present your case to the court. If the child is in imminent danger or has suffered harm due to the neglect of the father, report this to DCYF hotline (1800RICHILD). A...Read more »
Husband and I have lived separately for over 5 years. Divorce papers have been filed. The baby's biological father admits paternity and wants to be on the birth certificate/ the child to have his last name.
Your attorney will be able to help you collect and present the appropriate evidence to meet the burden of proof required to overcome the presumption of paternity of a child born during a marriage in the State of Rhode Island. If you have not yet met with, and retained an attorney to advocate for...Read more »
Meet with your family court attorney to review the contractual language and evaluate its precise terms. Generally speaking any competent adult may use any name they like, as long as it in not for an illegal purpose.
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