If the results are negative I will gladly send him there but if they aren't back or are positive can I get in trouble for keeping him home when it is his weekend. He insists that he is pick him up regardless. I have already had him my weekend this month so I can't just trade weekends with him
I was paying 73% of the extraordinary medical expenses for my kids. On 2 November it was lowered by the court to 54%. My ex sent me a bill on 5 November for September and October medical expenses and said I owed 73% since that was what the percentage was in September and October before it was... Read more »
73%. Look at this way, do you want to be the parent who argues over needed medical treatment for the child and who pays it? If you wind up paying more than you think you "should" focus on the fact your child needed care.
Our original agreement was to review income every year and adjust but since she has had an increase of $43K from the previous year she does not believe that we should use last years income but a projection of what she will make.
Of course you have a basis, as it is stated in the agreement you both negotiated, signed and bound yourselves to follow. Have a lawyer run the guidelines based on the new income figures, send a demand over to adjust the amount, and if there is a court order currently in effect setting forth the...Read more »
he was never served with original court papers so how can he have to pay child support if he never knew he had to go to court in the first place so how did she serve him to let him know that had to go to court how was she granted child support if he never knew because I know in New York you have... Read more »
I am the custodial parent . I allowed my son to go to his fathers for most weekends but I later find out that my son is being left with his fathers mother or grandmother so he can go out and party . They have traffic in and out of their house and improper heating/air . I don't feel safe with... Read more »
Without additional facts, it is difficult to answer this question. If there is an address shield in place or a protective order you may be able to restrict access to address. Please consult with an attorney to discuss.
Wait for the court to contact you to set up a scheduling conference, which is a conference where you set up dates to get things done. It is advisable that you consult with an attorney to assess whether assistance of counsel is necessary.
We haven't gone to court yet, but he thinks he can tell me where I can live at. I currently don't have a license or a car yet, so he does the drop off and pick up (even though he is always late) We have an agreement now that is notarized showing that I have him 75% of the week.
People are free to designate whomever they want as their health care power of attorney, regardless of their marital status, and legally the named agent has authority to communicate with doctors, etc. Obviously it could be very awkward if a wife (or husband) names a paramour while still married,...Read more »
The prevalence of addiction sadly leaves many families trying to figure out the best ways to support and help their loved ones. Maryland law has long recognized that chronic drunkenness or addiction to drugs can render someone unable to manage their own affairs and allows for adult guardianship in...Read more »
My ex husband faked an at home paternity test when my daughter was 3. I never questioned it since it was a way to get him out of our lives. He's had no contact with my daughter since. Now my daughter is 13 and wants to know for sure that he is her father and to have him removed for her birth... Read more »
You are looking for advice on a very complicated matter that requires the assistance of counsel. I highly suggest you reach out to counsel in your county/city to discuss your options. Counsel can provide several mechanisms for locating him that you may not have at your disposal. And your case is...Read more »
She plans on attending school when i go on mydhr it’s looks like the case has been closed. Was I to contact someone to let them know she does plan to attend. She has applied but not ready to take that risk
We have a court signed Settlement Agreement granting "joint legal custody." The order outlines that I have unlimited access and visitation rights to our children. However, the former wife routinely states that "you are not their parent, I am." When I press visitation issues,... Read more »
File a motion to enforce court order/settlement agreement, and for contempt. Ask further for a set schedule of visitation, or to modify custody to make you the primary custodian since she is not allowing access.
I presume you are asking how to get your driver's license back after being suspended by child support enforcement. The easiest way is to make a payment on the child support owed. Pay the child support and continue to make payments to keep your license from being suspended again. If you...Read more »
I suggest you contact an attorney for a consultation to discuss your rights to the apartment and your responsibilities for the rent and utilities. It is a marital home but your name is not on the lease so there are some special issues there.
If the father has been released, he can petition the court for access. It is unclear from the facts whether he will prevail or not. Either way, it is not something that I'd recommend he should take on by himself, he does need counsel.
I had a child custody hearing do I follow the new proposed orders or do I continue to follow court orders that were in place until signed by a judge and sent to me? In Maryland Ordered my magistrate I do not agree with orders
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