Prepare for your upcoming court date. Attend the hearing as scheduled, bringing any evidence or documentation that may support your side of the case. This is an opportunity to present your perspective and contest the restraining order.
Gather evidence that refutes the allegations made...View More
family are taking care of him there, I did have a chance to speak with his primary and she said eventually he will need hospice, I have received Documents of his testament from his lawyers office sent to me, but they are in Spanish and I don't read Spanish well, I need someone who knows the... View More
My husband and I are considering a separate living arrangement on a Trial Separation basis. We are wanting to put the kids first, and do the 'nesting' where kids stay in the family home... and the spouses swap different times with the kids. My husband was told that if he leaves the family... View More
I have been married for 3 years. I am considering a divorce. I purchased my home prior to my marriage. I have not added my husband to the deed or mortgage. Is the home considered marital property and is it subject to 50/50 division?
In general, the home is considered marital divisible property. However, it is possible to request credit for the value of the home at the time of marriage as a deviation from the presumed equal division of assets. The shorter the marriage, the more likely that request will be granted. We would...View More
In Wisconsin, obtaining guardianship of a grandchild due to child neglect involves demonstrating that the child's parents are unfit or unable to provide proper care and supervision due to neglect. Grandparents seeking guardianship must show that it's in the child's best interest to...View More
In Wisconsin, the responsibility for placing a marker on a burial plot often falls on the family of the deceased. While cemeteries may encourage or require markers to be placed for identification and maintenance purposes, it is generally the family's decision whether to do so. If you choose...View More
In Wisconsin, the court considers the best interests of the child when making decisions about child custody and placement. If one parent has a history of domestic violence and there are concerns about the safety and well-being of the child, the court may take that into account when determining...View More
I filed a TRO for my daughter due to 3 witnesses stepping forward to abuse they saw, heard or were told about that was happening to my 2 year old. I took it to court but i lost the case and they told me i didn't have enough evidence and that spanking a child was not against the law. my child... View More
Sometimes, depending on the age of your child, the best thing to do is to find a therapist for your child. A Therapist is a mandatory reporter for abuse and would be able to have much more insight and credibility.
I am a mexican with a valid turist visa in now staying in the state of Wisconsin, but i got married in South Carolina and my still husband resided there. I wanted to know if is possible to get the divorce from him, I mean I want to, but I do not know how because I am a turist. I lived in York SC... View More
As a Mexican citizen with a valid tourist visa, you may be able to pursue a divorce in the state of South Carolina where you got married, even if you are currently residing in Wisconsin. Divorce laws vary by state, so it's important to understand the specific requirements and procedures in...View More
This is rather awkward wording. It appears that it would be seven days in addition to four days. This is surprising because most Marital Settlement Agreements state that you need to schedule your vacation over your scheduled weekend of placement.
FCC entered an order stating I had to file my tax return by specific date and provide it to the other parents lawyer within 10 days of it being filed so they can determine the attorney's fees I will have to pay. The order says I have to pay attorney fees, but does not state the amount I will... View More
My husband was the only child, and his father was remarried. At the time of his passing his step- mother said my husband would get about $30,000 from his JP morgan account and since then she has made her son from a different marriage power of attorney. The stepmother now acts like she never said... View More
You should contact a probate lawyer who practices in or near the city/county your father-in-law passed. Discuss in detail your situation and see what said lawyer advises. It is worth the cost of a consultation to get information. Good luck.
This would be subject to the law of Minnesota if the child reisdes in that state once born. To place the child for adoption, the Court would need to terminate the parental rights of both parents. The biological father should file a paternity action once the child is born and request that he have...View More
When I got divorced in 2011, I asked the judge to make me the provider of health coverage. I have physical custody of child. The legal father has chosen not to see child since divorce. And has had no contact. I have no clue if he has... View More
It is considered acceptable to rely on Badgercare benefits yourpremiums for group health insurance coverage exceed 10% of your net disposable income. The State, on its own, may file a Motion to require the father to provide coverage for the minor children so as to reduce the cost to the tax...View More
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