Great news! If you've been married for over six months, your husband has the opportunity to adopt your children. Although the biological fathers are entitled to notice, a skilled and creative attorney can assist in securing their consent, making the process smooth and stress-free. The judge...View More
Hello, I recnetly moved from TN to TX where I have a current parenting plan with my child's father. We currently have 90/10 custody/visitation set up where he gets every other weekend. I sent my notice to the father of relocation via certified mail 63 days before the relocation (PCS orders) .... View More
We both have equal custody. Our son is about to turn 5 but is still delayed with speech and other social aspects. His speech therapist recommends he gets an Autism evaluation that will allow for better treatment. His mother is completely against any evaluation because she does not want him to be... View More
Hi, It depends on what your parenting plan says. There is a section in all parenting plans in Tennessee that provides how medical/educational decisions are made, whether it's a joint decision, or whether one of you has final say.
If it's a joint decision, and you two cannot...View More
Hi, these requests do not appear to be seeking information that is likely to lead to the discovery of admissible or relevant evidence and are only being done for the purpose of harassing you, however, there is not enough information in your question on whether you should provide these documents or...View More
Yes, your husband should be able to see his daughter even though he is not current on child support. If you petition the court to enforce his parenting time with his daughter, however, beware that the mother could retaliate by coming after him for unpaid child support.
I live in Davidson County, TN. I’m not an American citizen yet. I am married with kids to an American for three years now. I generated those savings years before I met my husband and would like to put them in the market but I’m not sure if that could make the money be shared in case of a divorce.
No, unless it was mixed with marital funds. It is important to keep your premarital assets separate from the marital ones. You should consider talking with an experienced family lawyer who is knowledgeable about asset protection of your separate accounts, such as creating post-nuptial agreements,...View More
Hi, it sounds like you may need to contact an attorney in the State of Georgia, because this is the home state of the child. I recommend Jack Strother, III in Savannah, GA. I worked with him when I lived there, and I even hired him to do my own divorce. Mr. Strother has handled child custody cases...View More
Hi, if the biological parents of the child have left the child with you for an extended period of time, you can petition the court for emergency protective custody on the basis that the child is dependent and neglected.
Has your father filed for divorce or has his wife filed for divorce? If so, you can petition the court for a conservatorship over your father. If he is totally incapacitated, you would want a full conservatorship rather than a limited one.
It depends on various factors. It sounds like there might be transmutation but I am not sure on this little bit of information. Was there a mortgage on the home at the time of the marriage or not? Did the Wife contribute to the homeowners' insurance, mortgage (if there was one), home equity...View More
My daughter has been incarcerated for a while and my 15 year old grandson has been in foster care since February 2020. I am a senior citizen and would like for him to come live with me. We have a court appointed attorney who is no help and refuses to share information! This man does not care how... View More
There are a couple of options: (1) you can petition the court for a legal guardianship over your grandson with your daughter's consent if her parental rights have not been terminated, or (2) you could petition the court for custody of your grandson, which could be done without your...View More
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