In Utah you would need to file a probate action, get yourself appointed as personal representative, and have yourself declared the sole heir of the estate. You would be best served by retaining an attorney that works in the estate probate area of law that is also near where your father's...Read more »
Whether you continue to pay or not depends on your court orders. You should immediately get the matter before the Court for an order changing your child support obligation, whether that is paying your son the child support directly (and the mother also paying her obligation directly to your son)...Read more »
The least expensive way is to contact the Utah Office of Recovery Services (ORS) and ask them to collect for you. However, this takes several months. If you are in a hurry and have the means, you can hire a private attorney to enforce the existing child support order, obtain and judgment and...Read more »
It depends on the terms of the court orders. Generally, the other parent cannot control who the other fparent allows to be around the children. However, if there are no court orders, whoever has the children has custody and you are stuck with what your boyfriend may agree to until you get court...Read more »
It depends on the nature of the estate of the decedent, the size of the estate of the decedent, and whether the decedent died with a will or not (testate or intestate). Further information is needed to fully answer your question. Working with an experienced lawyer will help you more fully...Read more »
It depends on your girlfriend's level of "disabilities" and whether or not someone else has guardianship of her. Otherwise, generally speaking, without any other information regarding your situation, there is nothing stopping your girlfriend from moving in with you when she turns...Read more »
My husbands ex-wife is trying to send their daughter to another state during her uninterrupted parent time to be with a family member and she will not be with their daughter during this time. They have 50/50 joint physical and legal custody.
More information is needed regarding your husband's situation. In order to answer your question it is important to know the specific terms of your husband's Decree of Divorce and any other orders and facts in your husband's divorce case. One question, for example, is whether or not...Read more »
Kids were born between 2004 -2007. The father and I were never married and I've been their only supporter during this time. The father and I separated in 2008 when he moved to Idaho, and I've been supporting them solely ever since. There is a court order for child support which was paid... Read more »
Generally speaking, without any other information regarding your situation, your chances of getting sole custody completed through the court system is 100%, as long as you can get the father served with the court papers. De facto, you have 100% sole custody right now, so it is unclear why you want...Read more »
Due to actions of my son my ex husband and I have decided its best for my son to go live with him for a year. My ex has always paid child support on time and never has missed. With the change of him living with my ex and how should child support change?
Generally, and without looking at your particular Decree of Divorce, which is the law of your case, you would pay your ex child support in the amount indicated on the child support worksheet used to determine child support that you have received from your ex. Your respective child support...Read more »
Normally the relinquishment of rights is part of the paperwork that goes along with proceeding with an adoption. It is best to consult with and retain the assistance of an attorney that deals with stepparent adoptions to assist you in getting all the necessary paperwork to begin and complete your...Read more »
In Utah, your inheritance is your inheritance. However, it does depend on whether you commingled your inheritance money with marital assets prior to your divorce. For example, did you put the money in a joint bank account before you...Read more »
Legally, it will depend on the terms of the court orders. Generally, a former spouse cannot control who the other former spouse allows to be around the children, but it depends on what your boyfriend may agree to as divorce settlement. Unless you are an ax murderer, drug abuser, child abuser,...Read more »
Custodial parent and son moved from nc to ut. Son was going to graduate in 2018 in nc. Son was taking college courses in high school doing great. Now in Utah he is taking his junior year again because cp doesn't think he's mature enough for college. I will file in January to end child... Read more »
It depends on the terms set forth in the court orders. If it is originally a North Carolina decree, then North Carolina law as applied to the existing decree will control. In Utah, often the decree will have language that child support continues until the child turns 18 or graduates from high...Read more »
I have sole custody of my 8yr daughter and a 70/30 of my 5 yr old. The schedule is about to change for his school schedule to every other weekend with his dad. His dad says he wants 50/50 now but I don't want to separate my kids. They have a strong bond and the term half siblings has never... Read more »
The second factor that the judge must always consider, after a change in circumstances, is the best interests of the child/children. You have made the argument above that, though there may be a change in circumstances, it is not in the best interests of your son to live under a 50/50 parent-time...Read more »
I was physically attacked by my 14 yr old in front of my 3 little ones. She scratched me up and pulled out some hair before I could get away. I also scratched her in the process of getting away. As soon as I could I got the littles into a bedroom and locked the door, I called 911. When the police... Read more »
Yes! However, if there is a court order of custody until he has graduated from high school or supposed to graduate from his regularly-matriculated class, there may be some kind of child support issue. Also, if there is some kind of guardianship order of your son, that would need to be considered...Read more »
My ex gave up rights to visitation. Gave me sole legal and physical custody. She doesnt have to pay support. Wife and i just paid a lawyer to terminate my ex wifes rights based on abandonment and file for adoption. She has not talk to or seen our daughter for over 6 and a half years.
You state in your question that you have paid a lawyer to terminate your ex-wife's parental rights, which I assume is in the context of your current wife seeking to adopt your child. You must consult with you existing attorney, or specifically consult another attorney for a second opinion...Read more »
You can, it just depends on whether the bank finds out and demands that there be a refinance or assumption of the mortgage. I have seen where the mortgage company did nothing for years because the house payment continued to be made.
You have asked several questions, but I think the answer to all of them is, it depends on what is stated and directed in the will. You should sit down with an experienced lawyer and have her/him review the will specifically to advise you on what must/must not happen and where there is discretion...Read more »
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