You need to reside in your current state for a total of 6 months prior to the court there having jurisdiction for your child. You need to be in your county for a minimum of 90 days. SInce you are not married to the Father, in the absence of any other order, it is likely you are the sole custodian...View More
If Georgia has jurisdiction of the child, and you have a previous custody decree, leaving the state without either the parent's consent or a court order giving you permission to relocate is not a good idea and can possibly have negative repercussion for you . It is best to file a motion with...View More
In Nevada, the determination of who gets to claim a child on taxes can be influenced by legal agreements, court orders, and IRS rules. If there is a court order or legal agreement specifying the terms for claiming the child as a dependent, those terms should be followed. According to IRS rules, the...View More
In the United States, the parent who has primary physical custody of the child for the majority of the year typically has the right to claim the child as a dependent for tax purposes. Since your daughter primarily lives with you and spends only one or two nights a week with her father, it's...View More
I moved a year ago to live with my nana and ran away from my dad but now I see where he was abusive from and now I want to get away from my grandmother and move in with a family member (my sibling) who is 22. I can show I am responsible, I have a job and can pay rent and I have been for a year now.... View More
When I divorced my husband my parents made me and my son move to Las Vegas. They said we could live with them rent free until he turned 18. The judge ordered my husband to give back my car but my mother said I could have hers because she didn’t want to take me to pick up mine. The night before... View More
In Nevada, as in many states, parents cannot forcibly evict an adult child without proper notice. This is typically seen as a landlord-tenant relationship, even if no rent is paid. In relation to your son, if you have full sole custody, your parents generally don't have the right to withhold...View More
In Nevada, if you discover court documents in your case file that don't pertain to you, you should take immediate action. First, ensure you've accurately identified the documents and their irrelevance. Next, contact the court clerk's office to bring the error to their attention. If...View More
My ex and I divorced in Nevada, there was an option to not have income withholding which we elected. He's now claiming I owe 4 years of child support becuase I asked for a modification of custody as a way to finically penalized me. I have no real proof I paid it. I receive large cash tips in... View More
Child support in Nevada is collected and disbursed through the Child Support Enforcement Office that keeps records of all amounts received from the Payor or the Payor's employer(s) and disbursed as child support. Any direct payments from the Payor to the recipient are memorialized by an...View More
My 16yr old doesn’t want to return to my home right now because she doesn’t like the rules or “treatment” (getting phone taken for failing grades and bullying) her father encouraged her to stay with only him as he’s tried 3x for full custody, never won. She is not monitored or corrected... View More
It is true that due to her age she might be granted teen-age discretion. However, if you are able to prove that in spite of her age, being with her father full time is not in her best interest due to lack of supervision, rules, proper discipline and/or guidance, the judge might not award teen-age...View More
Parent's have a responsibility to take care of their children's basic needs, such as housing, food, clothing, entertainment, transportation, etc Child support payments are ordered from the court as a way for parent's to meet the child's basic needs. The receiving parent does...View More
Your should discuss the information with dad and see if you can reach an agreement and give him the information on the children's health. As long as the travel time or being with dad does not harm the children, Dad can decide if he should to have his visitation time when the children are ill.
Review your Decree or an Order from the custody or divorce case to determine the out of state travel requirements. If you do not have an order or decree then assuming the travel was on your time, and you notified the other parent with an itinerary and contact information then you have done what...View More
Moving a child out of state usually requires an agreement from the other parent or a Court Order. The fact that the father is not on the birth certificate, does not preclude the father from disagreeing with the move and filing a motion with the court. It is best to get an agreement or file a...View More
I have sole legal and physical custody of my child. I was reading through my order and came upon the part stating that neither party may remove the child from the state with out permission from the other party. I am understanding this as I may not move out of state without permission. I just wanted... View More
Yes, normally this is referring to 'relocating' with the child out of state. In order to relocate or move the child out of state, you will either need the approval from the other parent or a court order.
Taking the child out of the state for vacation, does not normally require...View More
the court may listen to the child's wishes and take into consideration the maturity of the child and the child's best interest in making the decision, but the child does not get to make this decision without the court approval.
Currently there is 50/50 custody with neither party paying support.
6 months ago child left mothers house. He has no desire to return. Mother called cops on child but they dont have authority to force child to return. Does father have grounds to adjust physical custody to primary and gain... View More
If I were to modify my sons visitation to 50/50 with his dad, and stop future child support payments, would i still be entitled to the arrears that was owed? Or would the arrears be waive because of the modification?
The arrears are not automatically waived. Just be careful what you sign as they can include a provision to waive them, end all child support obligations, or include some other language that may be interpreted as waiving arrears.
So My ex husband has a long history of filing ficticious documents with the washoe county court system and they eat it up every time. My signature was recently forged on a stipulation submitted by him and it was granted by our judge
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