We did everything by the book step by step it was accepted signed and sealed by the court that my 2 step sons and myself are the only true heirs. They still won't discuss anything about the account whats going on the process nothing. When we inquire we are ignored and they won't return our calls q
My wife my stepdaughter and myself all live in texas. None of us was born in Louisiana but I am a former resident. Texas law takes away the paternal rights of the biological parents when an adult is adopted and that is fine when it comes to her biological father he is not in her life since she was... View More
i have 3 pending motions pending and scheduled for the same day, same case, same time, same judge. In Louisiana family court.Can one motion and order to dismiss be submitted to include language requesting the dismissal of all three. Or, do i need to submit a single motion to dismiss for each... View More
My son’s dad took his phone while at his house and is withholding it from him. It is ordered he can take it with him while over there to use. However his dad will only allow 30 mins talk time with me. They give it to him for the 30 mins while monitoring the whole time.then they take it back as... View More
Unable to care for the infant without supervision. I’ve been awarded full custody but he is allowed frequent supervised visits. The baby resides with me in Shreveport,LA The father and maternal grandparent resides in Slidell LA. The suit should be amended to reflect me and not the father.... View More
She feels she is safer living with the father's mother. And has permission to stay with her. The grandmother is concerned bout the pregnant teens health as well as the unborn child. The teen has to hide being pregnant and is forced to participate in school physical activities that are... View More
My daughters birth father and I weren't married and didn't take me to court for rights to our daughter. Now my fiance and I are looking into adoption, the birth father hasn't made contact in over a year and hasn't seen the child in over a year. So I'm just wondering what do... View More
The birth father may have to be placed on notice of the intent to adopt; however, his consent may not be required if he failed to communicate or attempt to communicate with the child without just cause for over 6 months. Your fiance would likely need to marry you, however, to be considered for an...View More
I got out in December moved to Tampa for work have kept in. Contact and flew in from Florida twice to spend the weekend with him and have held a steady job running heavy equipment until last month I returned home to go to work in a chemical plant I’ve completed my parole perfectly I have a home... View More
A lot depends on what exactly you signed (and/or gave up). I recommend taking a copy of the paperwork you signed to a child custody or family lawyer so you can have a more specific conversation as to the best way for you to achieve what you desire. Good luck.
If you decide to file a lawsuit, you will need to prove that the agreement is valid and that your ex-husband has breached the agreement. You can do this by providing the court with a copy of the agreement and any other relevant evidence, such as emails or text messages that show that he agreed to...View More
Got divorce in 2021 because he was cheating and I bust him, so I filed for divorce. I asks him for help me with mortgage, I got hurt at work and barley paying bills. Can I get his name of house if his not helping. I'm not going to pay... View More
Just because he is not paying on the house note does not remove him from ownership. What did the Divorce Decree say about the house and the mortgage? Outside of enforcing the decree, foreclosure may be be imminent as a refinance is doubtful. A Ch13 BR might help.
If you are facing a charge of indecent behavior in Louisiana, your ability to reside with minors, including your own children, could be impacted depending on the conditions of your bail, the terms of any protective orders, or the restrictions imposed by child protective services or the court....View More
My mother, two years before deceasing, made an act of donation of a rental property belonging to her and my father to my niece without my father signature as required by Art 2353. My father deceased in 2019, today this property is in his name and my niece's name. Is this act of donation valid?
If your spouse was the actual owner in the public record, then she can donate her portion. You should review the trasnfer document to make sure it was property prepared and executed. Also, it should be noted that donation, if proper, would be donated subject to any and all encumbrances which...View More
In Louisiana, if your wife purchased a vehicle solely in her name and it's repossessed, she would generally be responsible for the associated debt. Louisiana's community property laws might have implications if community funds were used to make payments. If you cosigned or have joint...View More
My wife committed adultery and birthed a child to another man. She never denied the adultery and a DNA test was done and the other man came back as 99.999999% certainty as father. The necessary paperwork regarding the paternity was done and sent to the State. Me and my wife do have a minor child... View More
You can---but my suggestion is that you speak to a family law attorney in your area and discuss the pro and cons of filing a 103 divorce via adultery and the potential impacts this will have on incidental matters----there may not be any impacts but at least have a consult about this because you...View More
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