While we have no court-ordered parenting plan, we've been operating on agreements for the rotation of our child. Our latest agreement, in writing, was a 2-week rotation. She suggested a 2-month rotation, which I rejected in writing.
In keeping with the 2-week rotation, I've... Read more »
You could charge her with criminal conduct, but the police might well figure that since you are still married she could have some sort of defense to the charges. So you should get an order in the dissolution action providing that she stay away from your residence.
child protection services are bad they go out of the house they do a little investigation they leave and then when they leave the kids get beat so why would we call child protection services if the cops aren't doing anything the courts don't care. services are crappy.
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I am caretaker and poa of my friend who had a massive stroke. His wife divorced him during the incident and made a new account for him and has been taking his money as well as his sister in law through venmo or paypal. I have tried everything and no one can do anything. The bank says call online,... Read more »
My kids are 23 and 25 years of age, and I'm still being charged for monthly support. How can I terminate a court ordered support case from New York, if I'm living in Florida? Hopefully there's online forms that i can mail to the courts, because there's no way I can go all the... Read more »
He lives in Colorado, I live in Florida, our case jurisdiction falls in Colorado. He has decision making. But he wouldn’t be going with the kids. Him and his fiancé were kicked out so they sent our 2 kids and their 1 child to live with his parents in Kansas for the school year.
I'm pretty sure the courts in Colorado would not be ok with him sending the children to live with third parties over a parent. Unfortunately, you will have to get an attorney in COlorado to assist you since I'm assuming that is the home state of the children for the last six months.
My husband has a custody agreement where he is supposed to pay $300 a month plus an extra $100 for back payment till the $1500 he owed was paid off. I adore him, but he just does whatever she says because he's scared of her. He didn't realize the $400 was supposed to be temporary and that... Read more »
An unwed Mother is the sole and natural guardian of children born outside of a marriage. Therefore as the Mother, only you have the authority to choose their school and their residence. Once you go to court though, that changes. You may want to try to work it out with the Father. Otherwise, you and...Read more »
Child lives with neither parent yet she seeks child support. Lost my job and I’m a injured vet whom served 7+yrs. original case from Illinois. Mother moved child from Chicago to Arizona without fathers (me) consent or knowledge
Your question is unclear. If you need someone to review the order of child support or modify it, since you lost your job, you will need to have someone where the order was initially entered, which from your question was not in Florida. You may want to repost your question in the Illinois section of...Read more »
Why are they still garnishing my disability check and took my stimulus money when I don't owe them nothing I sent a copy of the transaction history dating all the way back to 2012 showing balance due is zero I believe I'm intitlled to reimbursement from the date of case being closed til now
Sometimes, when a child support order is not clear when child support ends, you have to ask the court to end the child support. You may need to get a court order ending the support and addressing the issue of over payments.
Having a closed case is not the same as not having a responsibility to pay child support. It's unclear what you mean by closed case. If your child/children have all reached the age of majority (18) and graduated from high school, then you should be done paying. If money is still being taken...Read more »
The judge take my child from me and delivered in teh hands of a sexual offender without the child be attended first to his counsel and set me to have supervised visitation with my child up to 2 times a week. The order was not served by hand, mail or e-mail. The order do not present any steps for... Read more »
You paint a very serious picture...has the judge issued a ruling yet...and what kind of hearing was scheduled and what happened...remember appellate time frames...Although it sounds like any appeal of this case is unlikely...Custody issues are always reviewable...Sounds like something went terribly...Read more »
I got a recent job opportunity to travel for work my son has been living with me for the past 4 years his mom pays no child support at all neither one of us have ever went to court for custody my question is can I take my son traveling to work with me his mom is refusing to let me go but I know... Read more »
There is no legal impediment stopping you from doing so. If his mother opposes the plan, her only option would be to bring you to court by the filing of a lawsuit against you. I wouldn't hold my breath.
I am unable to respond to this question without having an opportunity to review all the pleadings and talk to your lawyer. I will say this: Rather than relying upon statutory language that you think might "control" this important proceeding you should ask the Judge what s/he wants to do....Read more »
In 18’ I gave my ex wife sole legal and sole physical custody (supervised visitation to her discretion not to exceed 10 hrs a month) of our daughter. At the time I was going through some Legal issues Of DV with my girlfriend, hence agreeing to give my ex all that power. I tried to terminate that... Read more »
The answer to this question falls under the heading of "Never Ask-Never Get" or "It Cannot Hurt to Ask." Suggestion: If you were represented by a lawyer in the divorce you should contact them and pay them to help you get what you want. Why? Because I can read your latent anger...Read more »
Divorced stated ex husband had to pay balance of 15,000. From money owed on home to me by our sons graduation (june 2020). He did not pay stating he kept son full time senior year so he dont have to pay that meaning (refused to have him come visit me). Can he take that money owed for home?
In 2012 my daughter was taken into foster care because my ex was abusive to me. They said if I can't protect myself I can't protect her. I was eventually reunified after doing victim's classes, parenting classes ect. He did nothing, so was never reunified. He went to prison shortly... Read more »
Your ex is most likely taking you to court in the family law division. The Court that entered the Order reuniting you and your daughter and denying your ex contact with you daughter was the dependency court. That case is most likely closed at this point. While it was not a good idea for you to...Read more »
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