Items in storage. Now she won't let me have the rest of my things. What should I do on a Military Pension so only have $1100 a month.
You should consult a lawyer about this situation, there are many lawyers who offer free case evaluations. In general you may file a petition for divorce and as the case proceeds there will come a property division. In the meantime you may be able to obtain temporary orders, but this is not legal...Read more »
My daughter (14) moved in with me Jan 7th of 2020 due to her mother not being steady or able to provide basic needs. Her mother packed her stuff and gave her to me (i have video). I filed all requested paperwork that the state asked but now it's in limbo because the CP makes excuses to why... Read more »
Yes, I understand that finances are tight, but it would be in your best interests to reach out to a family law attorney in your area as soon as possible so they attorney can review the prior order with you and learn more about the fact surrounding the case....Read more »
Do they have to go back to the court and request service or does the respondent just file an answer, although the petition wasn’t given to them? Do they have to go back to the court and request service or does the respondent just file an answer, although the petition wasn’t given to them?
If you've already filed a waiver, you need to get an answer on file. And check the terms of the waiver. Some of the waivers I've seen don't just waive service, but also waive notice of the proceedings.
I have two kids a 13son and 15year old daughter . I have been divorced from my ex-husband for 10 years we have been to court just about every year since we have divorced. We just got out of court October 29,2020. He has been trying to take my kids from me for years and now he called CPS and I... Read more »
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I have insurance for my kids, my ex took my kids to a counselor who does not take insurance and is only cash pay. My insurance covers counseling and it’s only $60, am I responsible for paying half of the original receipt she submitted to me that is in the 100’s when I should only pay $30?
Thank you for your question! I would suggest that you reach out to a local family law attorney so that the attorney can review what your divorce decree states and learn more about the facts surrounding your situation.
Oftentimes, the divorce decree will specify how medical expenses are to...Read more »
My girls have stayed with me for the last two summers including holidays, weekends, and days off from school. I have no transportation and she has been dropping them off for visits. Last weekend I cancelled the weekend visit because of a winter storm. I have never cancelled before and this was the... Read more »
Thanks for your question! I would suggest that you reach out to a family law attorney in your area so the attorney can review your divorce decree and learn more about the facts surrounding your situation.
Generally, you should file in the county where the divorce was filed/entered....Read more »
I understand that the child support will more than likely be decreased. He currently has an arrearage of $40,000. Will the courts further reduce child support to take into account his travel expenses for him to see our children? He resides in Florida, the children and I reside in Texas.... Read more »
Hello, thank you for your question! I would recommend that you reach out to a local family law attorney in your area so the attorney can take a look at your divorce decree and ask more questions to better understand the facts surrounding your situation. An important question is why did the dad move...Read more »
I suggest you take all of your property and especially all of your identification. You probably have a drivers license, birth certificate and social security card, but take it all and whatever else you have. It's also a good idea to start a list of these kinds of documents, as well as...Read more »
The parents are unmarried & recently separated. I want to make sure that the baby has same amount of time with each other. Because of the pandemic & the winter we are enduring. The father thinks I'm using it as an excuse to alienate. But he works (he has had the past week off cause of... Read more »
Hello, thanks for your question! I would recommend that you reach out to a local attorney in your area soon so that the attorney can learn more about what is going on and advise you as to how to proceed.
The title of your post says "without breaking a court order" -- is there...Read more »
I have been in a substitute parent role for the past two years. I met this guy two years ago and we became very serious, he had a 1 year old son at the time I met him and met the boy 2 weeks later. Since then the child’s mom has barely been in his life and since June of 2020 she lost her rights... Read more »
I want to move out whenever I turn 18 because my mom doesn’t believe in what I want to be or do, she’s always saying negative comments to me and my siblings, so I think the best is moving out and continue studying.
Sorry, no matter how old you are, your parents get to make the rules about what they will allow in their house. If they don't want the puppy, I suggest you arrange another place to stay. No, they shouldn't give away your property, but if you're living at their house, you're...Read more »
What is your question? If your aunt has legal capacity and the MD says she can be moved, she can be moved. If your aunt lacks legal capacity, someone needs to become her guardian in order to be able to decide where she lives. If the person becomes her guardian in Texas, after moving her to...Read more »
You may, just make sure someone is there to pick them up from school or they have a means of transportation to school. What you need to be aware of is that these types of situations can be used in order to limit more of your visitation by showing that you are not able to exercise the visitation...Read more »
I would suggest that you hire a family law attorney so the attorney can represent your interests and better understand your situation. The mere fact that you are pregnant with twins would not generally be a reason for a judge to award 50-50 custody.
insurance and her mothers rent and taxes. They split and she only allowed him 1 hour on Sunday to see them and only what she said they can do. Now its at 2 hours but he has not seen them in 10 months. He try to call them at the assigned time she gave them but has instructed boys they dont have to... Read more »
Your son needs to hire an attorney to file a suit affecting the parent-child relationship. This will give him an enforceable order regarding visitation and child support. If the mother does not follow the court's order the Judge has the option to give your son extra visitation days to make up...Read more »
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