His behavior is starting to come between me and my children. They are no mimicking his behavior. He also does everything he can to prevent me from seeing people in my family. The youngest has also missed a lot of school without doctor excuses and has developmental delays. My oldest is now afraid to... View More
The bond is paid and it’s been 4 years been to court couple times then Covid hit and now it’s been 4 years need two know what I need two do will I be put back in jail if he takes his self off my bond live In Tennessee
That is probably up to the bondsman, who you should call as you are his prisoner. If the bondsman asks the Court to exonerate him, then the Judge may set a bond or possibly release you on your own recognizance. But 4 years is a long time not to go to trial. Talk to your lawyer. Be ready with a...View More
Unfortunately I have a lot of legal issues that I can't get resolved being 62 and disabled. My son was 15 at 5 years old he was in a wheelchair with SMA or needs for not being met and we were being denied assistance and or help for 13 years. I am on SSDI and my son draws off on my benefits.... View More
My autistic toddler escaped from home while my sick husband was sleeping and I was in hospital with baby due to RSV, he has been forced out of our home and away from our children, they kept our daughter in foster care for 1.5 days, arrested my husband the following day, and are now charging him... View More
Yes I think he's schizophrenics he's been having voices and it's starting to get really scary to be around him. After 21 years of marriage I've never been afraid to be around him. I'm afraid the voices are going to have him harm me or someone else
This is in TN and this attorney did not represent him nor was it ever brought up. It was discovered afterwards when an email account that was compromised by spouse reflected such and it remains so. My ability to access information was removed.
My child's father has 50% custody and has been refusing to let her come over during my scheduled time because he doesn't want my partner around her he says she already has a man in her life and that it's him so he's refusing to let her come over.
It is not legal for your child's father to stop her from coming over to your house during your scheduled custody time. You both have the right to equal parenting time with your child, and he cannot interfere with that right simply because he does not like your partner.
To ensure your ex-husband pays child support for your children in Tennessee, you can take several steps. Begin by contacting the Tennessee Department of Human Services' Child Support Services (CSS) division, which can help enforce child support orders. If he continues to be non-compliant, you...View More
Probably need a private investigator to check thoroughly. Check SSA Death List also. Check with all known family members. You might talk a Chancellor into an abandonment ground divorce, which is almost impossible. Publication Service will be necessary in addition to whatever service attempts...View More
I was in a relationship 4 years ago. Significant other got pregnant. We were together through whole pregnancy and 2 months after child was born I was, I was told it’s not mine. DNA test with the other man’s mother came back she is the paternal grandmother. Fast forward 3 years, I get served... View More
The father of my children had filed a petition and had a court hearing which granted him emergency temporary custody of my children but the case was heard in front of a substitute judge and I did not find out about any of this information until 3 days after the court hearing was held and approved.... View More
In Tennessee, a power of attorney granted by your husband to his sister typically doesn't directly impact property division in a divorce. Property division in divorce is based on equitable distribution principles, considering factors such as the duration of the marriage and contributions of...View More
In Tennessee, you can initiate a child support case without the father's Social Security number, although having it can expedite the process. If you don't have the number, other identifying information like date of birth, address, or place of employment can be helpful. A DNA test may be...View More
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