You've posted this question in a Michigan forum, but I surmise that the answer will be the same regardless of state. Assuming that your grandson is otherwise competent (i.e. not cognitively or otherwise impaired), he is an adult at 18 and can move where he wants.
Have joint custody .she wasn't Supposed to not move 100 miles away. She did with out a court order. any his son found his dad and wants to come home. Would like to know if he can go and get him and bring him home. Please answer this question thank you grandma. Ps.the mother hasn't contacted the... Read more »
My partner and I want to get married. He does not have status in this country. I though am a U.S. citizen. We reside in Wayne County. Can we get married and is there a risk for him if we do get married ?
You can get married but it may not be the best thing to do depending on your circumstances. The best course of action is going to depend on facts you have not presented here. You really should make a consutlation appointment with a family immigration attorney.
Given that the state of Michigan does not allow for slavery except in the punishment of a crime and that no fault divorce is not a crime how does the Michigan supreme court fail to rule all Family Court Spousal Support claims and rulings as unconstitutional. Once a union is dissolved continued... Read more »
I see that you are a student of the law; that's good.
By your logic, shouldn't wage garnishments in general be abolished? And in fact civil litigation between private individuals should be unconstitutional, no? After all, how is that you should be able to sue me and take my money just...Read more »
The cps investagator says i need to do random drugscreens for 90 days and be supervised, i dont think there is a court order or warrant for this. I am not a criminal or felon, can she make me do this legally? I need to speak to a vanburen county lawyer but no money, who do i call? Help please
You do not want to be in a position where a court is ordering you to do this. And best believe that if there is a positive test result from the birth, and CPS is involved, that would be the next thing to happen through the filing of a petition in family court. It sounds like CPS is asking you to do...Read more »
The most likely outcome is that the father will be entitled to parenting time according to where and with whom he deems appropriate. That means that when it is his parenting time, this new baby may be brought around his or her three half-siblings (and the wife).
You may be confusing powers of attorney and guardianship. These are two completely different animals. One is very simple and does not involve a court; the other is more complex and does require court involvement.
With My dad not being there so she called the police by the time they got there the fight was well over and I was given a domestic violence charge no one is dropping charges and everyone hopes for it to be expunged I have arraignment court in a week and wonder how I should handle all this
Either party may file a motion with the court to have a hearing on the issue so the judge can decide what happens. If the daughter needs a hearing aid (and that doesn't sound to be in dispute), the someone should buy them, and that person would be entitled to reimbursement as a medical expense.
More details are needed. Where is your dad in all of this? If you are a minor, and your mom has sole custody of you she can't just 'order' you to move out without making arrangements for your care. She could be charged with child abandonment if she did that.
I divorced my 1st wife in 2012, married my current ex-wife in 2014 and my 1st ex and my daughter(18) keeps harassing in public, online, my own family now involved and all their friends. I have had cease and desist letters sent out, told them I don't want contact and they still do. Have posts all... Read more »
Without more detail it is impossible to provide a specific answer, and frankly, more specifics in a public forum would be inapporopriate. PLEASE consult with a local real estate attorney to review your whole situation and provide you real advice.
Hire an attorney to represent you and either file a complaint for divorce or answer the complaint your wife has filed, and request parenting time in those documents. Unless and until there is either consent and cooperation or a Court Order, there really isn't much you CAN do.
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