In cases of child support, a parent's income, including disability benefits, is typically considered when determining their child support obligations. If your husband is receiving disability benefits, these can be factored into the calculation for child support.
There are 4 kids in the house 2 of us share a room one lives in one by herself and the other one sleeps in the living room and there isn’t enough rooms for everybody and at my dads house there is a room for me just me
We have 2 children the court did not specify which would live tbere he lied and said he stayed there with the kids he does not..thefe are no active restraining orders. Im about to turn one in... I have not had a home per se since I was removed from my farm so could I list that as my residence for... View More
In Missouri, if you co-own a property and there are no legal agreements or court orders preventing you from living there, you generally have the right to move into the property. This applies even if the other co-owner is not currently residing there. It’s important, however, to consider any...View More
My son's mother and I share joint custody of my son. His primary placement is in Missouri, while I live in Indiana. I recently picked him up for a visit and a few hours later I was informed that his mother had been arrested for "Unlawful Use Of Weapon - Subsection 4 - Exhibiting"... View More
My mom passed away in July of 2019 however she had 3 class lawsuits and they are now coming to be settled and I get these closing statements, and the lawyer's fees are up there. Ill just say that. Can lawyers just charge whatever on these cases? Just in case you need to know, I don't... View More
For any class-wide settlement, the court must approve the award of attorney's fees and expenses. There is no universal maximum, but one-third of the settlement fund, plus reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses, is common.
The property is not abandoned, but condemned with property owner knowledge, can be repaired and is being repaired. Police showed up to assist cps with a investigation of wanting to go inside of a home. The owner/tenant said no, the law enforcement and cps respected that and did not go in, then... View More
In general, law enforcement and government agencies like CPS require a warrant, consent, or exigent circumstances to legally enter and search a private residence. However, if a property is condemned, code enforcement officials may have the authority to enter the property for safety inspections....View More
This past Sunday I was in my bedroom at 8:30 at night when I heard a noise in my kitchen and when I went to see what it was ther was a man standing there and he handed me a envelope of papers. My daughters father and I are trying to work out when each of us will have her.
No, Missouri law 475.120, RSMo (2000) does not apply to a behavioral health unit of a nursing home. The law specifically states that it applies to "all nursing homes in Missouri." A behavioral health unit of a nursing home is not a separate nursing home. It is a part of a nursing home...View More
In Missouri, the age of majority is 18. If a 17-year-old leaves home without parental consent or a legal emancipation, she may be considered a runaway and her parents could potentially file a missing persons report. Law enforcement could then be authorized to return her to her home.
This may be useful evidence in a suit to modify the terms of your possession order. But be aware that what children say to their parent often ends up not being accurate for many different reasons and questioning children after they have spent time with their other parent can be viewed as a type of...View More
In Missouri, the legal age of majority is 18, which means that individuals are generally considered adults at this age. However, Missouri law does allow for certain emancipation scenarios, which could potentially allow a minor to live independently before turning 18.
Signed as a co-signer in 2015 to help her out stayed 2 months to help set up and we separated, we’re going into a heated custody battle while doing record searches and requests i found a judgment against me from 2016. I was never served she was and didn’t notify me the Original debt was 3-4k... View More
I agree with Mr. Pennell about the dangers of co-signing.
For a judgment that is older than one year, the good-cause/meritorious defense bit doesn't apply. Those are the requirements to set aside a default judgment. For your judgment, if you were not properly served, you'd...View More
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