You would need to spend the time just like a lawyer to look that up on the legislative history for the statute. You need to do this online and I suggest using Westlaw or Lexis, be aware they will charge you for the search
My husband filed for divorce after marriage of 27 months.He filed for divorce in new jersey.He is 32 years old citizen.I am 27 years old green card holder.He earns 70k and I earn 20k annually. I am not having any usa educational degree. He brought house and car before marriage.
These questions cannot be decided in a vacuum like this. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to protect your interests in this matter. This is not a do-it-yourself project. You can "meet" your attorney by way of a secured video conference or in person. Remember, a good...Read more »
Until you have a new order, the outstanding order is in effect. The jurisdiction of which court would be the right forum to modify your custody order would depend on where you, the mother of the child, and the child presently resides. If you need to update the order or don't know if you need...Read more »
Legally, even if he doesn't want a relationship with his child, he still has an obligation to provide child support for him, health care assistance and contribution to work related child care. As a general statement, to determine the amount of child support your son should pay, the state of...Read more »
My ex is forcing my kids to call his girlfriend Mom , even though I have putted the clause that the term Mother or father will save only for real parents. I have requested him so many times not to do that but he refused to listen . What would be my option to take further action?
If A child gets abused by both his parents, and he informs the police, would they deport him and his parents. or would he be given to a foster family/orphanage. would they get citizenship? or get deported?
There are several places that can help the child. The child's status has to be explained to the police and there are family crisis agencies that can help. The courts sometimes have to become involved. Deportation depends on many things. Getting citizenship also depends on many things. Check...Read more »
If your children are receiving SSD benefits on as a result of your disability, then you are entitled to a seek a credit in the calculation of child support under the child support guidelines - meaning that these benefits are intended to be deducted from your guidelines child support obligation. As...Read more »
Whether you were in the room or not, either your ex or the probation department submitted an application for enforcement and provided the court with the details of your noncompliance with your child support obligation. Upon receipt of that application you were obligated to file a written opposition...Read more »
property division, debts, etc. Neither party is requesting spousal support or child support.Given this, do we still need to complete all of the financial information requested on the case information statement. I know generally they are used to determine/outline issues of spousal or child support,... Read more »
If you and your husband have prepared a formal settlement agreement resolving all issues outstanding ( as opposed to a document "outlining" same), in filing your respective pleadings with the court, you and your husband can simply seek enforcement of the settlement agreement and let the...Read more »
Especially since they are legally still under a kinship legal guardian because they didnt graduate yet because they have learning disabilities and their legal guardian took them to the police department under false pretenses and did not give consent to be interrogated alone which should mean the... Read more »
The issue is not whether the police can question the individual but whether the information provided to the police as a result of the interrogation is admissible or can be used in a criminal court proceeding.
Thank you for your question. The court calculates child support based on a number of factors. To have that amount adjusted you need to prove a permanent change in circumstances. Unemployment is generally not considered permanent. You are likely being summoned to a court appearance for an...Read more »
Thank you for your question. Your question is not clear if the other party left the state temporarily or moved out of state. If she moved out of state permanently without your permission and without a Court Order then you will want to file an Order to Show Cause. That is essentially an emergency...Read more »
I recently received a letter from Child Support giving me a user id and a temporary pin. I am the custodial parent and I didn't request child support. I am the sole person financially responsible for my dependent.
I recently was served with papers regarding custody/visitation. Could... Read more »
Yes. Please also make sure that you file your response to the custody / parenting time request promptly if you object to the custody or parenting time sought by your ex. You cannot simply walk into court and tell the court your objection. Under the court rules, you must file a specific written...Read more »
My niece has 2 children from previous marriage. Ex-husband filed divorce in Florida in 2017. She & children already lived in NJ, but Fla granted divorce & visitation agreement. NO ONE will address matters where ex husband & his attorney keep filing in Fla and demanding she respond, yet... Read more »
Obviously there are serious problems / conflict in your house that needs to be addressed. I would run an internet search on family crisis intervention programs in the county where you live in to find out what mental health services are available to you to help in dealing with the fight taking place...Read more »
A “springing power of attorney” is also referred to as a “conditional power of attorney”, which is a power of attorney that is activated after certain conditions are met - typically when the principal becomes disabled or mentally incompetent. However, it could also be used when someone is...Read more »
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