No, but if you mean that he died while the division of your assets were still being worked out means that you filed for equitable distribution and that was still a live claim that was incomplete when he passed, then the personal representative of the estate should be able to continue see that...View More
Intentionally making false statement of facts to a court is unlawful. In North Carolina, to be eligible for a divorce, spouses must have been separated for at least one year (with the intent to remain separate and apart). To be valid, a divorce complaint cannot be filed before the spouses are...View More
In North Carolina, to check if your stepmother has filed a petition regarding your father's mental capacity, you can contact the Clerk of Superior Court's office in the county where your father resides. They manage guardianship and competency proceedings. Remember, guardianship...View More
Parents generally have legal authority and control over their minor child's actions, including managing their finances and possessions. They can restrict or take away items purchased with the child's money if they believe it's in the child's best interest or for disciplinary...View More
A building inspector's primary role is to assess and enforce compliance with building codes and regulations related to the structural and safety aspects of a building or dwelling. Building inspectors typically focus on issues such as structural integrity, electrical systems, plumbing, and fire...View More
If you are actually an owner, then confirm it by searching the title. You may have to sue any new grantees. Husband's alienation of marital property should be brought up in the Divorce, possibly as grounds for contempt. Someone has to pay taxes and any note debt.
Before asking for a divorce and even being physically separated she had a emotional affair with a man in Canada who she knew from when she was younger who she is now in love with and moving to live with. She gave me notice of this last Wednesday and she wants to be able to take my son there during... View More
To protect yourself as a parent and ensure your rights are safeguarded, it is essential to consult with a family law attorney who can assist you in negotiating a custody agreement that serves the best interests of your child and takes into account the international relocation aspect. Proper legal...View More
I have primary custody he only receives visitation every other weekend. I asked for the new address and he refuses to send it. Does he have to give me the new address before I release her into his custody?
if your ex is refusing to provide you with his new address in violation of your custody agreement or court order, you may have legal options available to address the situation. You have grounds to take legal action, such as filing a motion with the court to enforce the custody agreement or seeking...View More
I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing a difficult situation. To pursue full custody, your father would typically need to file a custody petition with the appropriate court in North Carolina. The court will consider various factors, including the best interests of the child, when...View More
In North Carolina Child Support Enforcement Services must, by law, seek support from the non-custodial parent when a child receives some sort of public assistance, including Medicaid. You, as the custodial parent, cannot waive this even if you do have an agreement that states otherwise. The amount...View More
I have filed a complaint for temporary SS and alimony. I am the dependent spouse. Working hourly part time. And still staying in the marital home. Supporting spouse just got laid of and I suspect he is still in US, address unknown, though claims he is out of the country to live with family who is... View More
In NC if there is an existing action a filing fee for a Motion in the Cause is $20. If you need a Temporary Restraining Order to protect marital assets make sure that at the time it is filed a hearing is scheduled to occur within 10 days of the filing of the Order. Also your Motion needs to make it...View More
Says CPS worker saw me alone with my 2.5yr old. Failed to say where or who saw me. It was the supervisor and we were walking at home on the drive. My mother and 7mth old not far behind but around the bend you couldn't see. She willfully failed to discharge her duties to make sure I wasn't... View More
A judge will look at the totality of the circumstances and decide what's in the "best interest" of the child who is the subject of the custody litigation. In theory, terminating a parent's rights for one child could be in that child's best interest, while giving the same...View More
Contact information/ address in writing. There are no geographic limits except for traveling for vacation by giving other parent notice and itenary. Does this mean I can relocate out of state at anytime
Based on the information provided, you are the primary legal and physical parent for your children, and the current order only requires you to notify the other parent of your contact information and address in writing. There are no specific geographic limits in the order, except for when you travel...View More
When registration papers are filed to register a foreign order, the only issue the new state will usually deal with is whether or not to register the order. Meanwhile, the other state still has jurisdiction over the order until the new state decides that the "foreign" order is now a...View More
Hello there, so in February 2023 I had a miscarriage which started at my obgyns office-fast forward to now, I never received a follow up call/message/care and made an appointment for 3/28/23 when I went in to discuss post partum depression and to ask the Dr to fill out some hr paperwork and... View More
In many cases, an ObGyn must refer a patient to a mental health practitioner who is trained and authorized to diagnose or treat postpartum. You would need to consult with an attorney who can assess whether your ObGyn did anything wrong and, if so, what you might be able to do.
In North Carolina, visitation is considered a type of custody. Anyone who believes they have or should have the right to visitation may sue for custody. Usually, a custody lawsuit must be in the county where the child resides. Like any type of lawsuit, there is special language that needs to be in...View More
We have been separated since 2020 and both entered different relationships. My ex wife got pregnant in 2021 by a man and gave birth early 2022. We were finally able to be divorced on 2/2023 but now she is trying to file child support against me. How is this even possible? Could she have legally... View More
In North Carolina, when a woman gives birth to a child while married to a man, the man is legally the father of the child. It doesn't matter that the man and the woman are separated, only whether they were legally married. A man who doesn't believe he is the biological father of the child...View More
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