Contacted me back. Her assistance office person said that she was on the phone today and that she would have her call me back. I never heard nothing yesterday on the phone. She knows we’ve had a hard time with lawyers anyways she knows that we’ve been through several and for her to do and... View More
Seek legal aid to have these fixed and hold my soon to be ex wife to be responsible? ***That other than the debts referred to in paragraph four (4) and five (5) above, the plaintiff and the defendant, shall each be responsible for payment of all credit card accounts, or other lines of credit, held... View More
My husband's ex-wife did not want me to have relationship with my husband's kids. Now 8 years later she wants the kids to come up and visit to our home. To protect myself I want some documentation to be put with the courts or for her to ask the judge to cease the order saying I was to... View More
accounts removed as fraudulent so far, there are 3 properties and she wants to simply buy me out for 45 thousand and keep what we have as separate property including any debts in each respective name, it says in one part of the decree that any credit card accounts or lines if credit be held in the... View More
Me and my son went for a tour and my ex husband took advantage and got our house on his name he cut down my name by filing order 55 or 77 and in equitable distribution he took every thiy100% on his name and got our son's sole custody temporary.
Can we ask to reverse or cancel these... View More
Ex husband and wife completed a bench trial for a Breach of Contract Suit. The contract was an executed notarized separation and property settlement agreement. In the agreement, wife received the house (was quitclaim deeded to wife and notarized). In exchange, the husband received all the... View More
I have been married to their father (who is a narcissist) for almost 20 years. The kids are high school age. The marriage is abusive- emotionally and sexually and has been for a very long time. I am ready to leave. However, a relative of his owns our home. It is his one day inheritance. We do not... View More
In North Carolina, you can move out of the family home with your children, especially in situations involving abuse. However, it's important to proceed carefully to avoid potential legal complications, particularly concerning custody. Without an existing court order, both parents typically...View More
I live in NC and one of my friends and her husband were arrested for Domestic Violence. She gave CPS my number as a reference. Do I have to speak with them when they call? Can I remain neutral or can they subpoena me and force me to speak to them or the courts?
You may try to remain neutral. That will not necessarily prevent a party from subpoenaing you as a witness. That is a court order and you will either have to comply or file a motion to quash the subpoena.
She stated will keep them 4 extra days & then will switch our weeks with each others, changing an arrangement we’ve had for 3 years. Exchange center made mistake of approving this change without talking to me, they then tried to talk to her about mistake and she has stated she won’t work... View More
In North Carolina, the division of assets, including the repayment of debts, is typically addressed during divorce proceedings. However, the treatment of student loans can be complex, especially if they were acquired before the marriage. Generally, debts incurred before marriage are considered...View More
My child and I have a restraining order against her father. DV survivor. I receive SNAP and Medicaid benefits. He has not responded to being served, but worried NC will force child support before I can petition to have him removed for abandonment to keep him away permanently. Advice? How can i... View More
In North Carolina, child support is generally determined by guidelines that take into account both parents' incomes, the number of children, and other relevant factors. The fact that you have a restraining order against the child's father and have been a survivor of domestic violence may...View More
To go back over there with him. She's with me at the moment what actions do I need to take to make sure he can't take off with her or try to take her out of school and block me access to her. We have no custody order or anything in place.
If there is no existing custody order, it's crucial to establish a formal custody arrangement to protect your rights and ensure the well-being of your daughter. To initiate this process, you may consider filing a petition for custody in the appropriate family court. The court will then...View More
If the temporary consent order for Christmas Day was not signed by the judge and your ex-husband's lawyer, it may not be legally binding. It's essential to prioritize compliance with the law and the terms of any valid court orders.
No, but if you mean that he died while the division of your assets were still being worked out means that you filed for equitable distribution and that was still a live claim that was incomplete when he passed, then the personal representative of the estate should be able to continue see that...View More
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