I am getting married Oct 24th, and we asked a growing photographer who was a friend to take pics. No contract was signed, but I paid him. He is now moving out of state and lost the 2nd photographer and said he can't refund the money... We asked him to just photograph alongside new... Read more »
ive been with my wife 10 years married for 5. She was unfaithful and i want a divorce, i make significantly more money than her. We have no kids and dont own a house, no joint credit cards or bank account. Am i liable for credit card debt soley in her name? Will i have to pay maintenance? Is she... Read more »
Any debt incurred during the marriage is marital .The increase in your 401k that occurred during the marriage is marital property. Marital debt and marital property can be allocated on an "equitable" basis,meaning "fairly". not necessarily equally. You probably will also have to...Read more »
And then requests for his parents to take the child every single time for his parenting time for over a year, but they refuse to help with his education and co parenting, is the mother obligated to continue to drop the child off to the grandparents for the fathers parenting time?
The court ordered parenting time governs what you and the father are to be doing. If you tried to accommodate dad and grandparents then that's fine. But if that arrangement is no longer working then go back to the schedule of the parenting time order. If Dad isn't using his parenting...Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's possible they rerouted the package to the correct address after sending you that message. If for any reason you do receive a package that doesn't belong to you, notify the post office. Good luck
An HOA claims they can enforce a lower height limit than usual, or a larger setback than usual, to keep us from building a house too close to a neighbor's view corridor (even though the neighbor thinks our proposed plan is fine). We are aware that a view easement can be purchased to protect a... Read more »
It is possible for an HOA to have this authority. But, it is also common for HOAs to overstep the limits of their authority. I recommend contacting an attorney who represents homeowners against HOAs to review any documents, HOA Covenants, bylaws, rejection letter, recorded easements, etc. and...Read more »
I started working with a roofing Client in August of 2019, this month marks his 1 year wrap up and instead of renewing he is threatening me with legal action because he's upset about COVID and the complete lack of business, traffic and conversions on his website, all out of my control as... Read more »
Over 3 years ago my car was T-boned in the front end when parked and sustained body/axle damage. Their insurance company has been fighting since the beginning about fixing all the axle damage. They sent me to a car body repair place who uses Brakes Plus to fix other issues like axles. Brakes Plus... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It sounds like you were trying to negotiate with the adversary vehicle's insurance carrier. Unfortunately, the premise that generally applies in such situations is that an opponent is not under an obligation...Read more »
The only real property other than the home is a car that my husband put in both his and son's name in an attempt to protect from creditors. He did this without any guidance and was completely wrong about it. His son is trying to take the car, which is the only thing I have to provide... Read more »
Rights we're terminated in 2015/2016 I believe. And she is still not been adopted. Given back to state 3 times. I have bettered myself got sober and regained custody of 2 other children. I don't have money for lawyer and I would like to try to file papers on my own. She is in custody of... Read more »
You would have to contact the Department of Human Services given that your rights have been terminated. They could initiate an action on your behalf if the determine that you have taken the steps that you need to parent effectively.
I was granted the motion ,,, enforce to pay....with compound interest....how much can I get? Is it daily or yearly,,, I forgot to put it in my order,,, so. I'm not sure if I ONLY get to charge annually....
i have been in the process of modifying the custody/parenting plan when i found out that we did not have a custody agreement on file. we filed for a civil divorce and custody at the same time. why would the custody be dismissed and is their a possibility the divorce was also dismissed?
Courts send copies of any orders issued in the case to the parties attorneys or the addresses provided to the court by the parties. You can also check with the court Clerck's office. In some locations you can sign up for electronic filing which will allow you see everything in your court case...Read more »
My ex moved from an apartment into an RV with only one bedroom parked in walmart parking lot. I feel as if this is an unsuitable living situation for my 6 y/o daughter. He currently has weekend overnights court ordered but I do not feel as if the RV is a safe place for her to stay. If I do not... Read more »
You should file a motion to modify if you are concerned about accommodations, though you risk violation of the order if you do not comply for reasons less than endangerment. Though weekend parenting time in an RV is not ideal when not for the purpose of camping, that alone does not constitute...Read more »
Inshare parenting time 50/50 with my co parent. Literally final orders happened last week. We have a school age child with medical issues, specifically respiratory issues. The final orders state they remain in the same daycare my daughter has been in for 6 years. With Covid the daycare states they... Read more »
You can file a motion for contempt or to enforce, however he can also file for a modification of child support if he can not pay. He would have to show a substantial and continuing change in his income. Being laid off may not establish that. You could ask to have income imputed to him and ask him...Read more »
Undergoing a divorce, had court hearing to go over separation agreement, and she withdrew the agreement it bc she is being sued in civil court (accused of cyberbullying and defamation, 6 counts), she wants to change the separation agreement to state that I have to split her legal fees and any money... Read more »
Your wife's claimed obligations are likely "marital debts" because they were incurred during the marriage. The court can allocate responsibility for those debts "equitably', which means "fairly". You can argue that it is fair to hold her solely responsible for...Read more »
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