We have a court signed agreement but I can’t spend time with my kids, spring break they where to spend it with me and ex did not allowed, I want to visit them and is not allowing me to do so either. I would not do anything to put my kids in harm ways and I feel she is using the covid -19 as an... Read more »
I I am only ordered to pay arrearages and I have been up to date never made a late payment never missed a payment my question to you is will that the law I am in a wrongful-death settlement we are in a wrongful-death gets I $5,000 being the mother my son's Aunt has custody of him she took me to... Read more »
If you will please restate this enormous unreadable run-on sentence and add some commas to allow us to breath and some periods to tell us when one thought stops and the next thought begins and throw in a few paragraphs with first words capitalized I will come back here and try to help you. Whew.
The father of my child has never helped with our child’s utilities. No pampers, food, clothes etc... our child is now 3 and he claims that he now wants to be a part of his life. Is there any way that I can get money for all the three years he hasn’t helped out? I’m really in debt due to him... Read more »
My ex moved out of state to NJ during this outbreak of covid-19. We have two children together and I have primary residency here in the state of Florida. He has not notified the courts in anyway about his moving out of state. After a week of being moved he tells me over the phone that he was faxing... Read more »
It appears that he has technically violated the visitation plan. If necessary, you can file a motion with the court which approved it (in your dissolution, I assume). If you seek to have him punished it will probably be a matter of proving how much of a health risk you have been during this...Read more »
Out of my and my families fears, and being turned down 2 times for restraining order. I was granted the motion to move to FL to be close to my mom. However, my eldest (who has special needs) wanted to stay with his grandparents (ex’s parents). Although it was hard, with his history (my son) of... Read more »
We cant serve his family like the sheriffs office told us to because his father rejected the serve. I filed an alias summons but now don't know how to serve him because he is on base in NC. He demanded the divorce and is now wont help because he does not want to lose any of the martial money.
Please i really need help. My soon to be ex husband used to work as a law enforcement for the last 15 years. He suffers from extreme ADHD which got him retired, even though he is been treated, he has problems sleeping, controlling his anger,and with concentration. My girls hate being with him,and... Read more »
You need to consult with and retain a family law attorney to assist you in whatever motions or pleadings that need to be filed. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and let us know that you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
My son is 13 years old and I have custodial custody of him. I was just wondering if something happens to me before he is an adult, does his dad have to get him? He does not have a good relationship with his dad and he has said to me he does not wish to live with him. He rather go with his aunt, my... Read more »
When my daughter was 9months old her mother decided she didnt want to be a mom gave me verbal custody (which I have documented) and left us both and now she is 4yrs old her mom is wanting to take her from me and have me pay her child support is this legal?
You need to file a Petition for Paternity in your local court to protect your rights. The court will consider what has happened over the past four years when it decides on a timesharing plan for the child. Child support is a right of the child and will be ordered based on each parent's net incomes...Read more »
Your son does not have to allow you to see his children! I don't know what type of relationship you have with your son. Perhaps if you improve your relationship with him, that will eventually translate into you spending time with his children/your grandchildren. Best of luck to you!
Ages 11 and 15 they are now living w me. Mother addict, father jail for life. I need temp custody for emergencies. Mother is also collecting food stamps and government checks for them that we coukd really use. What should I do?
Mother is an addict, father prison for life. Biological... Read more »
Have you spoken with mom and dad about temporary custody? It doesn't sound like you are biologically related to the children. Where are mom and dad's parents? You should consult with a local attorney regarding your options.
He bailed on me when I found out I was pregnant and has never tried to reach out to us. He has never met her nor supported her in any way. My husband has been her only “father” and wants to adopt her. Is there an abandonment law or something to have his rights involuntarily taken away.
My girls 14 & 15 were stayed with me over spring break. Father is the primary residence & school district. During that time, they informed me that their dad was going to make them travel in an RV during the corona virus situation and they were pretty freaked out about it. I contacted him and told... Read more »
This health crises is NOT to time for divorced parents to argue--about anything. Both parents MUST do what is best for the good of the CHILD. And in this case your spouse is doing so. You need to do so too.
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