If your court order does not allow for additional times of placement then your ex can deny you. Depending on when your final judgment was issued, your best bet would be to file a motion to modify placement and seek additional expanded placement with your child(ren).
My wife hit me and I have a black eye, I pushed her off of me and left the house. She called PD and they issued a warrant for me. She said I punched her and that she didn't hit me at all. Now I'm being charged. Court is tomorrow 10-30-19
We were never married, current orders only state visitation details. Dad is to submit to me monthly drug test results in order to see child..he has been out of jail since March of 2019 has not given me any results or complied with order. Dad spent 3 years in jail on for felony gun and drug charges.... Read more »
I’m not aware of any state fill-in-the-blank forms specific to grandparents visitation cases. You could try using the generic motions to modify custody and placement forms, but a well-seasoned attorney might be your best bet.
SINCE HE IS IN PROTECTIVE PLACEMENT that according to the statute he is to be taken care of by the county and or state funding. In the least restrictive place. ( he is in assisted living can from nursing home ) he is totally self dependent and does not need nursing home care. I am worried that... Read more »
Both Wisconsin law and federal law provide a right for a person being cared for due to a disability to be given the least restrictive placement. Sometimes court battles arise because that person, the person's guardian or family and the state disagree as to what placement is required. If you are...Read more »
You can file the paternity action either in Jackson County or Trempealeau County. I would think that the better option in this case though would be to file in Jackson County since the I assume the child is living with the other parent in that county.
We had joint placement but my ex didn't have day care for him so he said I had to take him for the summer. Now that schools in place he wants him every other week again and I think he's doing much better full time with me. He refuses to pay anything more.
If you want to receive child support, you would need a court order in place to be able to enforce it. In most cases, child support will follow a placement order so you will probably want to request an order for primary placement and then request the court to calculate child support for that as...Read more »
You are misinformed about MN law. In MOST states (and MN and WI are in that crowd) IF children inherit without a will, ALL children inherit equally. There are situations where children will NOT inherit without a will in MN (For example, if there is a surviving spouse who is also the parent of the...Read more »
It depends on why you want to reopen the case. If you are trying to make a change to the current child support order, you would probably want to file a modification motion. However, if you are trying to notify the court that the paying party is not paying their support obligations then you are...Read more »
The only required notice you have to give to your husband is once you actually file the petition for divorce. You begin the process by filling out a summons and petition for divorce. In order to move forward with the divorce, your husband needs to be served with the summons and petition which would...Read more »
If I am understanding your question correctly, the answer would be that there is no issue with this. If your in the middle of divorce proceedings, for instance, feel free to date as you please. You will not be able to remarry during the divorce process as well as for a period of 6 months after the...Read more »
If there is a current court order in place that gives you specific visitation times and he is withholding that placement from you, you need to file an Enforcement of Physical Placement motion with the court of jurisdiction. However, if the court order states your placement as "reasonable times upon...Read more »
A presentence investigation could reveal facts about the defendant that normally would not get before the judge prior to sentencing. It often will increase fairness in the system, but not always. The defendant may have his/her own psi done by the defenses choice. It really gives the judge more...Read more »
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