As long as she is asking for child support that is only his child and not all three, then that is legal. Reprehensible, but not illegal. Now, if she asked him for child support for a child that is not his through the courts, that would not be legal.
He has taken the information off my license and has my social security number and has already set up a credit karma account for me. I am in a program in which the government assigned me an address. But I’m afraid of him using my information when it comes to tax time (since I can legally claim the... Read more »
I'm married and polyamorous, my boyfriend was forced to sign over his legal rights to his family because he's disabled. His family recently decided to control everything he does, including a rule that he has to update them on where he goes. He's 25 and fully functioning. He wants to... Read more »
Normally, a power of attorney can simply be ended by the rejection of the POA. However, it this is court ordered as you question suggests, he will need to retain counsel, file a petition and have a hearing to prove the POA is no longer needed.
At this time the Tennessee Supreme Court has issued Orders continuing Order of Protections until it determines it is relatively safe to conduct hearings. So, no under these circumstances your rights have not been violated. If you do not have an attorney, you need to get one asap.
My situation is fairly complicated. We were married by a Hindu Custom Religious marriage in 2007 in Los Angeles California. However our priests are not officiated, therefor in the state of TN it is not considered to be "legal". I am now separating with him and have 2 children together. Am... Read more »
I was paying child support since 2013 and was married to her and didn't know it was illegal. We are getting a divorce and I have a lawyer. Am I able to get that money back since we live together the whole time?
Please do not identify anyone specifically by name as this may expose you to a defamation action if your accusations are not true. If you allege that he moved to another state illegally and he in fact followed the law, then you could get in trouble. Assuming he did get custody, then as a parent you...Read more »
I am not sure if the amount you stated is the total amount owed. Generally, it appears that a child support order was entered and if so, both you and your ex would be jointly liable for the amount. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney for your best options.
Generally, jurisdiction follows the child. Whether the case should have been initiated in either the foreign state or TN depends on several factors. How long had the child been in TN. Was the child legitimated? If so, where? Is the action in TN for enforcement purposes only? You should consult with...Read more »
Absent an order from the court barring you access to those records, yes you have a right to see the medical records. Look at you Permanent Parenting Plan and consult a local family law attorney for your best course of action.
Mother lived in GA with two boys custody child support all done together in one order thru GA court she moved to TN few months after and I need to know how to and what papers to print just to have TN file the order since the mother lives there so if there is any issues I can have TN enforce... Read more »
You need to enroll the foreign order in child's jurisdiction. You need to retain an experienced family lawyer in that jurisdiction, which should not cost much. The cost comes in when you decide to bring an action to enforce the order for contempt.
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