His mom filed for over $500 a month in child support and stated our assets are over $150,000 in the home. She claims only $500/mth income but she also gets disability. (1) can she get child support when he is living with me? (2) She's asking for an large amount for the home. Can she force me to pay... Read more »
You can get divorced and temporary custody by virtue of a warning order attorney without him actually being served. However, he will need to be personally served with the petition before a permanent custody order can be entered.
Both parties in agreement on all legalities, children are both adjusted, (it's been over 8yrs, but child custody arrangement changed almost 5yrs ago) The custody arrangement was done in family court due to separate issue.
We are both in agreement on all issues. All friends & still family... Read more »
In Divorce, we were unable to agree to a financial settlement. So, it was left up to the Judge. I was told he'd complete it by January-2019, at the latest. Since that time, I’ve heard nothing. My attorney says the judge will not respond to request for a timeline. Unfortunately, the interim... Read more »
You can file an AOC 280 Notice of Submission form in the case, which in theory requires the Court to get a decision out in 60 days. Of course, the question then becomes: will the judge get the opinion out it just ignore it.
All parties involved live in Kentucky. My boyfriend has been separated from his ex wife for a year and a half now, but they are still married. He and I are expecting a baby boy at the end of next month and she claims that because they are still married, our child would be considered hers since he... Read more »
If you used non-marital funds to purchase property the non-marital funds invested will continue to be your non marital property. There are exceptions to this and much depends on the specific funds, whether or not there will be offsets etc... The very basic simple example is as follows: you...Read more »
I'm tired of fighting for what is right for my son & getting smacked around by the ex-husband and the judge. Mediation was a joke. Sunday I took son's car away as punishment for being disrespectful to me. Just want to pay child support & walk away. I can't afford an attorney.
We have 4 children together they r 10,8,7,4 and I have always been the stay at home mom all my kids lives. my ex was very abusive physically n mentally and he also raped me before I left him n my oldest son was awake when he did.. I left on the 29th, Oct, 2018 I had them til Feb 1st, 2019 now he... Read more »
Judge sent us to mediation today. *M* separated us after 3 min. *M* told me if HE ignores new order, no consequences. No accountability for him lying to judge? Not being compliant? 3 orders (Feb/Mar/May 2018) for same issue today. Hearing this, my body starts shaking, untouched walker starts to... Read more »
Ex ordered 3X (Feb/Mar/May 2018) to pay medical bills & sports fees for son. I filed motion & went to court 3/1/19. He told judge he paid all the bills. I had proof he paid 1of 6 medical & no sports. She gave him a week to bring receipts back next Friday (3/8/19) Went today & had mediation. What a... Read more »
You cannot have a new Judge and you do need an attorney, especially if you are having anxiety attacks. Your attorney can advocate for you I’m different ways as well as bring legitimacy to your clams. It is very frustrating as a litigant with an attorney, much more so even if you are pro se.
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