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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Divorce, Family Law and Juvenile Law for Ohio on
Q: If I need to get emergency full custody of my daughter to get her out of an abusive situation, how do I go about it?

I was divorced in one county in Ohio, I live in another county in Ohio and my daughter lives in another county in Ohio different than the divorce and myself. She is in an abusive situation with her mom and her mom's family, including sexual abuse by her stepdad. I really need help and... Read more »

Roger  Bouchard
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Roger Bouchard
answered on Feb 3, 2023

You can file for an emergency custody order. Generally, your motion has to state the child is in imminent danger.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Real Estate Law for Texas on
Q: My ex never took me off the mortgage at divorce and kept the house. Will my new spouse inherit that debt if I die?

When I divorced, he kept the home, but the mortgage was in both of our names. He was supposed to remove me from the mortgage as he “bought me out”. I am now remarried and terminally ill and want to make sure my new spouse will not be responsible for the home after I am gone.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Kentucky on
Q: Is my spouse responsible for paying me half of the health insurance while we are separated?

Our families health insurance is paid for out of my paycheck. My husband and I separated. Is he responsible for paying me his portion and half of our children’s portion of the insurance?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Feb 3, 2023

Not unless the court orders it, no.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Divorce and Family Law for South Carolina on
Q: How do I proceed here?.

How do I proceed here?

Looking for help in assault misdemeanor abuse situation in a family.

Blood was drawn the police are involved in it.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Missouri on
Q: Already legally separated since 2019. We both are in agreement we would like the final divorce. How do we proceed?
Kristen Thurmond
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Kristen Thurmond
answered on Feb 3, 2023

You state you are legally separated. If that means you have a judgment stating you are legally separated, then you simply need to file a motion to convert to a dissolution of marriage. You can have an attorney assist you or try to find forms on the self-representation portion of the Missouri courts... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Tennessee on
Q: If I hired a lawyer for my girls divorce and an annulment just to find out today that she’s already divorced.

The annulment was from a marriage that was invalid ( she was serrated for 4 years and assume they were legally separated). Started the divorce and annulment in oct 22. Feb 23 by the ex husband that they are divorced since aug 22. We asked for a refund since they should have been able to figure this... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody and Juvenile Law for Ohio on
Q: I'm currently dealing with sexual, physical, emotional, and mental abuse happening to my 14 year old daughter.

All of that and it doesn't help they are all narcissists. This is happening by her step-dad, mom and her mom's family. Being told that it's all her fault, telling her to pack her xxxx and get out, waiting an hour in the cold waiting for her mom's mom to pick her up. My daughter... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Intellectual Property and Real Estate Law for North Carolina on
Q: I believe My father used false pretenses to regain property, etc. that was signed into my name. Is there a case here?

When my parents got divorced, My mom agreed to the terms of the divorce and lowered the amount she would receive, as long as the terms included everything that my father owned, excluding his house and a couple businesses he owned,would be put under my name. My father agreed, signed everything into... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Divorce for Michigan on
Q: Filing a uniform child custody jurisdiction enforcement act affidavit, what do I have to provide

I want to ask for a temporary order to have legal custody until the divorce is finalized. What do I have to attach to the document?

Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers
answered on Feb 2, 2023

Download a copy of MC 416 from the State Court Administrator's Office website. That will tell you all the information you need to submit.

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Divorce for Florida on
Q: I have a friend going through divorce and he is unable to afford representation and has absolutely no idea what to do

His spouse is receiving free representation through rural legal services in st lucie county he has called them to see if he can get free or low cost help and they said they cannot help him it would be a conflict of interest. I don't understand this they referral you out to attorneys there must... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Q: Hello, Which forms do I need to have to file for divorce? Which form do I need to file for waiver or indigence?

Which forms do I need to have spouse served? Do I have to appear in court? Can we have court via video?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce and Family Law for Louisiana on
Q: How can I get a lawyer to takea case pro bono? Legal Services where I live says they don't have the resources

Child custody and divorce and there is domestic violence involved on my husband against me. He has a very good attorney and I can't afford one. He refuses to pay child support and I don't have a vehicle to get to a job so I'm struggling. Also, he is trying to get domestic charge... Read more »

Douglas Lee Bryan
Douglas Lee Bryan
answered on Feb 3, 2023

I'm sorry to hear of the problems you're having. You may be able to find assistance through this website: https://www.lsba.org/public/findlegalhelp/. I would also suggest contacting your local battered women's shelter and/or your parish's District Attorney's Office to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce on
Q: I have been into forced marriage by my parents and want to end it, need help.

It's been 15 days only to my marriage, i want to end this as soon as possible. Girl knew that this marriage has been forced on me still she kept quiet, i dont want to be in this marriage. Can I anul this marriage of this ground?? Or what can I do to get rid of this marriage?

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Texas on
Q: If you are an affordable but reliable divorce attorney in the Houston TX area that handles uncontested divorces contact

My husband is claiming he filed for divorce but I haven't received any paperwork yet. It's only been a few days but I want to be ready.

Rahlita D. Thornton
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Rahlita D. Thornton
answered on Feb 1, 2023

Certainly getting ready for a divorce is a good thing to do. An attorney could possibly check the court’s records for the filing as well. Good luck to you.

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for New York on
Q: I have question regarding divorce agreement and my share of house. Separation agreement was 11 years ago and options?

Is there a way I can force her to give me my share 11 years later.

Lawrence Allen Weinreich
Lawrence Allen Weinreich
answered on Feb 1, 2023

Based upon the information given in your question, it is impossible to give you an educated answer. You have to read the agreement and see what is says about when you get your share. If you are still unsure, then take the agreement to an attorney and have him review it with you.

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0 Answers | Asked in Divorce on
Q: casados por separación de bienes la propiedad está a nombre de mi esposa pero yo siempre la pague y la amplíe, se divide

Yo siempre pague la casa y pague la ampliación y mantenimiento, qué pasa con la propiedad? En un divorcio de separación de bienes?

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for Georgia on
Q: Can a previously closed court ordered cs case (closed by the mother), be reopened?

Previous case was court ordered. Closed by the mother to allow the father to obtain a better job, after verbal agreement was made for father to make payments on his own. After a year in a half of making payments on his own, the father just went back on the agreement and stopped making payments. Can... Read more »

Regina Irene Edwards
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Regina Irene Edwards
answered on Feb 1, 2023

The court order does not go away just because a child support payee closes a case with child support enforcement. The order is still valid and most likely the case can be reopened.

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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for Georgia on
Q: Can a previously closed court ordered cs case (closed by the mother), be reopened?

Previous case was court ordered. Closed by the mother to allow the father to obtain a better job, after verbal agreement was made for father to make payments on his own. After a year in a half of making payments on his own, the father just went back on the agreement and stopped making payments. Can... Read more »

Alake Colwell Furlow
Alake Colwell Furlow
answered on Feb 1, 2023

The mother can continue to seek child support over and over until the child no longer qualifies for support, according to the law. Closing a child support case does not mean you cannot later open another case or file in superior court for child support. She never loses her right as the custodial... Read more »

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