I need help in regards a chapter 13 bankruptcy that all the debts were in ex spouses name but they filed it in my name. Hes Scott free and now they are foreclosing, and I'm still co borrower on the mortgage. How can I do I fix this for my future. Divorce is pending.
answered on Mar 10, 2023
Contact all three credit bureaus and advise them of the error and provide them with the documentation necessary to correct it. Usually takes about 30-45 days to get corrected.
I unlimited funds for our beings happiness in all ways of existing and nobody to tell us about dirty secrets of ppl we thought we'd want to know while still in a torture war zone. 7765 Kerr station road Cabot AR 72023. And I'm a aprinceass. Minden tharp is huge guilty. Anybody who ever... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
I'm sorry, but I'm having difficulty understanding your request. It's not clear what specific action you want to be taken or what problem you're trying to solve. It's important to communicate your concerns and requests clearly and respectfully. It's also important to... Read more »
My father in the past have family on another country ,then second family from London .IAM on first family son of my Dad bcoz iwant britsh passport to job and stady
answered on Feb 25, 2023
If you were not born in the UK and do not have British citizenship, you will need to go through the proper channels to obtain a British passport. The fact that your father's second family has British passports does not automatically entitle you to one.
To obtain a British passport, you... Read more »
Xmas day and then her dad got her form xmas at 5 til Monday Jan 2 nd 5:pm now he is saying it is weekend coming up I told him no that it’s mine am I wrong
answered on Jan 4, 2023
This weekend is the first weekend of January. Your parenting plan likely addresses who has possession of the child using language like “1st, 3rd, and 5th weekends of each month.” So you have to read your court order to see who has the child on the 1st weekend of the month.
Will was created with a trust to be established and a bank named as trustee due to possible mental capabilities of only child. However full financial POA was given to only child 12 years after said will was created but never introduced to the courts. POA was registered with circuit court clerk... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2022
It is not possible to give you definitive answers without reviewing the actual instruments to which you refer. Sometimes people mischaracterize documents because they do not understand what they actually are.
As a general rule, however, POAs expire at the death of the principal, and... Read more »
I asked him why he was not answering any of my calls/text regarding our child. He decided to flip the switch and play victim. “I don’t have to speak to you.” Okay but we have a child together. There is no reason for us to be bitter and fight. The conversation turned bitter and he finally... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2022
Yes. At the end of the day, it's up to the prosecutor whether charges against you proceed. A victim's wishes are only part of the equation. You're also admitting to assaulting the victim on a public website. Not recommended. I do suggest you speak with an attorney in your area who... Read more »
i wrecked while involved in a police chase well the officer didn’t bother to help my wife and kids that was in the truck was he supposed to detain me and then tend to them cause he didn’t and was he supposed to have my daughter turn the truck off… was the officer in the right to continue to... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2022
Even if the officer violated laws that you’re complaining about it doesn’t help you in your criminal case.
Does that answer your question?
I had temporary custody for a couple months and then was given permanent by a judge. I have had custody almost 5 years now.
answered on Aug 7, 2021
It would depend on the facts of your case. Was the custody order out of a juvenile case? Were the parents awarded any visitation? Have they been visiting with your granddaughter? Have they been paying you child support? If the parents haven't had any relationship with your granddaughter... Read more »
answered on Jun 2, 2021
Generally speaking, visitation and child punishment are entirely separate issues (though they may seem related). One public policy consideration is that, as a society, we don't want parents effectively penalized due to a child's bad behavior and we don't want child punishment... Read more »
answered on May 21, 2021
Do the children live in Arkansas? If so, would you like to schedule a phone consultation?
answered on May 10, 2021
Possibly. Outside of the parents being married when the child is born or going to court, paternity can also be established by signing an Affidavit Acknowledging Paternity, which is generally made available at the hospital when the child is born. If paternity has not been established by any other... Read more »
answered on May 10, 2021
As is so often the case in legal matters, it depends. Arkansas law, like that of many states, takes the obligation to serve a responding party quite seriously, and failure to serve can be a basis for reversal on appeal. However, Arkansas’ appellate courts are also strict about the circumstances... Read more »
got a complaint on paternity and judgement of paternity
answered on Apr 14, 2021
Insufficient amount of information to formulate an answer.
My brother has a daughter that he hasn’t been allowed to see or do anything for in 4 months since November of 2020. His ex is willfully keeping him from his daughter and she has since sent him voice messages saying her fiancé has signed the birth certificate or paternity paper. Can he receive... Read more »
answered on Mar 5, 2021
He contact attorneys to discuss filing an action to establish paternity.
Her parents wont let father see the child nor answer his calls je eas very much involved in the childs life.
answered on Dec 27, 2020
Absolutely. In fact, the father is now the custodian. Depending on the facts and circumstances, he can get an order to pick up the child. Lots of issues here but dad may be in the controlling position. The grandparents will probably try to adopt the child or at least get guardianship. Dad needs to... Read more »
My sister dropped her baby off with his father (10 months old) and when she went to pick him up his father refused to give her son back. They were never married but his name is on the birth certificate. She called the police for help getting her son back and they said she would have to request... Read more »
answered on Nov 19, 2020
Police will usually not get involved in custody disputes unless there is a clear court order. If you are still having trouble I would recommend contacting an attorney.
tested positve for meth do i have to send my daughter that she has weekend visitation with to her house or is that grounds for an emergency hearing?
answered on Nov 10, 2020
This would be time to file for an ex parte emergency custody petition. You will need to list out all of the information you have as to why this is an emergency in your petition. Meth use will most likely be enough. However, if you can get a copy of the child protective services information, it... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2020
Yes. Children do not get to decide if they want to go to the other parents residence or not. If there is something going on at Dad's house that is unsafe, abusive, or puts her in danger, then you can petition the court for a change in custody (and if it is extreme, then an emergency custody... Read more »
My 21 year old daughter has a 7 month old baby. My daughter has been battling with drug addiction on and off for about 5 yrs. Recently she dropped her baby off at her fathers house to stay for a few days. When she returned to pick her baby up her father refused to let her have her baby. He says he... Read more »
answered on Oct 7, 2020
If your daughter was never married to the father and he has never been adjudicated the father by the Court then no. However, he can petition the court for paternity and custody. The father can also file an ex parte emergency custody petition with his paternity action to get immediate custody if the... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2020
No but you can hire a private attorney or represent yourself for the contempt hearing.
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