My father is mentally and emotionally abusive to both me and my mom, even after the divorce. He is trying to pressure me into having some form of contact, but he will only be more harmful to me, because he is not mentally stable and he is an alcoholic. At the end of my most recent contact with him,... View More
My mom is manipulative and emotionally abusive, but nothing so serious that CPS will do anything. In Texas I know it is legal for 17 year olds to leave home, but am curious if my living in a different state would affect anything. Would he be forced to return home or could I get in legal trouble for... View More
My ex and I have joint legal custody. I have primary physical custody. He is sexually assaulted me for nearly 2 decades, so I have told him I don't want to be in close physical proximity to him. Today, our daughter had an appointment, and there was a plan in place to share the information with... View More
I have guardianship of three kids and we want to move from Idaho to Alaska to get away from the reputation their biological dad and mom made. Mother neglected the kids and father is in prison for molesting one of the children. Mother chooses not to have any contact with the kids.
For the past year, my wife's step sister has been caring for a 6 year old girl who's mother is a drug addict living in a drug house, biological father is incarcerated, and the man listed as the father on the birth certificate (who was married to mom when the girl was born) essentially... View More
My wife of 38 years left 2 months ago unexpectedly, saying she was leaving me. She returned a few days later with a trailer and hauled away the items she said she wanted. She has not returned to our family home since, and has not spoken to me. She filed a no contact order and took with her my debit... View More
In Idaho, if your driver's license was suspended for non-payment of child support, there are specific steps to reinstate it. First, pay all overdue child support, including interest and penalties. Then, pay the $100 reinstatement fee to the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) online, by...View More
In Idaho, family law matters can be complex. Infidelity and paternity issues may be considered during divorce and custody proceedings. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.
It was the agreement of the division of assets and debts in a contested divorce. We had successfully mediated the parenting plan, child support, custody, etc. But months later we sat down with our respective attorneys and came to a consensus and signed an agreement which was counter signed by both... View More
I would consider contacting an attorney who deals with "legal malpractice." You might need to alter your google search because a lot of attorneys who do "medical malpractice" will come up. Maybe try something like "how to sue your attorney." All attorneys have...View More
Divorce and legal separation involve the division of marital assets, spousal support, and other related matters. If you're unable to afford a divorce, you may be eligible for assistance programs or legal aid services that can help you navigate the process. You may be entitled to a fair...View More
Hopefully I can explain this so it's able to be understood. If I give my husband POA over me, and someone besides myself has power of attorney over him, can the POA over him do anything involving me to "override" him? Like concerning bank accounts and similar things.
Unless you give your husband the power to delegate the authority you are giving to him to someone else in your power of attorney, any person to whom your husband may give a power of attorney does not have authority to act on your behalf under the power of attorney you give to your husband....View More
I'm at interogatory part of divorce. I've also run out of money to continue. I've answered ??? to the best of my ability but I cannot produce all the things the other side wants. In addition I'm in assisted living following an incomple sci and TBI....I cannot walk or drive....I... View More
Almost all credit card and bank statements are available online to the account holder. If you haven't already signed up, you can do so at any time. Most such companies make your statements available to you in a manner that allows you to download them to a computer in a .pdf file. There is...View More
Kids want to communicate with father and vise versa but mother is stopping it and making up stories to kids and to the father on why they can’t communicate for her own selfish needs. She also threatens the grandmother(dads mom) if she lets the dad talk to the kids when they are over grandmas... View More
Most Decrees of Custody or Decrees of Divorce, include language which addresses "alienation of affection" if not in those exact words. Some decrees talk about "communication" between the parents and children and forbid the parents from talking bad about the other parent. If...View More
The county clerk wanted me to fill out the portion where it asked for information about the minor child. I kept telling her that the adoptee is an adult and told her that the adoptee's information is on the other documents. She then crossed out the word child and then said I must fill in the... View More
The Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure have a requirement that each litigant fill out a Family Law Case Information Sheet. If you don't want to adhere to the Family Law Procedure, the Clerk will reject your filings. Pretty simple.
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