Brynne Gant's answer When filling out a sworn financial statement, he should claim income from any source, including from his mother. That said, it can be difficult to enforce this if she is paying him in cash. You may need to get approval from the court to request her bank statements/financial documents as well as his if this is a major concern. In addition, there is little stopping them from stating/deciding that her assistance to him is actually a debt, which could complicate things.
Brynne Gant's answer To transfer real property (even vacant land) to heirs, you'll need to open probate in Colorado (or what's called "Ancillary Probate" if probate was already opened in AZ). The Colorado Courts website has some good information and instructions on how to do this: https://www.courts.state.co.us/Forms/SubCategory.cfm?Category=Trusts, or you can reach out to a probate attorney to help you file the appropriate paperwork and notify all the correct people.
Kristina M. Bergsten's answer You should call the local animal control to make sure, but the pit bull ban usually depends on whether or not the dog has 51% or more characteristics that resemble a pit bull. So if your dog looks more husky than pit bull, you are more than likely okay
Courtney Edwards' answer There is a general response form that the Courts have available online, see JDF 1315 (google "colorado jdf domestic forms"). You'll need to fill it out, file it with the court, and give a copy to your ex. Also see JDF 11031I- that is the instruction sheet on how to file a response.
I would suggest at a minimum consulting with an attorney who can walk you through the process if you are unsure of what to do or expect.
Donald C Eby's answer Unfortunately, if he has taken residence legally and refuses to leave based on your request then you'll need to formally evict him through the court system. The process begins with legally enforceable Notice. If you are unfamiliar with the process I recommend that you contact and attorney to discuss the process or process the eviction for you.
Donald C Eby's answer Whether or not you are part of the Association, and thus required to pay dues, will depend upon whether or not you have allowed your property to be encumbered by the HOA Covenants. If no - no dues. If yes, you'll be subject to all HOA rules including the assessment of dues.
If you are unsure whether or not your property is subject to dues or you believe the HOA is wrongfully attempting to assess dues against you, I recommend contacting an attorney to have the title to your property...
Donald C Eby's answer This could be complicated, I recommend that you at least spend some time with an attorney to review your title work and other documents to assess the validity of your defense prior to going before the court.
Kelli Y Allen's answer You did not actually ask a question, but my recommendation is to hire an immigration attorney to prepare you for and accompany you to the interview. The most likely reason for the second interview is suspected fraud.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer This depends on whether you have joint decision making or if her mother has sole decision making. You should review your parenting plan and follow its provisions for resolving disagreements. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Courtney Edwards' answer It depends on the arrangement you currently have- if there is a court order in place, you'll need to modify the terms of the court order first. Your son's father's consent will greatly help in the process as you can file a stipulated amendment to what ever agreement was last adopted by the court. But I would recommend that anything you do be in writing and signed by the both of you, preferably notarized as well.
Donald C Eby's answer Can you force your landlord to pay for your actual costs of destroyed property? Maybe
Can you force you landlord to pay your costs of moving? Not likely
Can you terminate your lease based on the rodent infestation? Yes, you should review and follow closely the procedure set forth in the CO Warranty of Habitability. This is a very technical process so you might want to contact an attorney to obtain assistance and ensure that you have a solid defense to protect you from a...
Courtney Edwards' answer You need to tell her you don't want contact from her any more (you can do this through text). You should also call and make a police report about the harassing texts. If she doesn't stop, apply for a civil protection order against her.
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