Dad was married for less than a year, there is a valid will but he was in process of having new will made. All property is solely in Dads name. Wife has moved everything out of house before inventory was taken. All money from bank account was removed and closed. Checks have been taken that didn’t... Read more »
I my son ex girlfriend filed a epo and then dropped it and it state he don't deserve to have it on his record and it was dropped, six months later they get back together ,I let him use a mattress and a bedframe on the understanding that it belongs to me can she have another epo against him.... Read more »
Willingly gave temporary custody to my sister So i could do two years in prison. She's moved from FL to KY. And is fighting me for them. What rights doni have as far as getting them back. They are miserable and want to come home. My 15 and 14 yr old are doing drugs and vapes. They are... Read more »
No. If you lawfully have her temporary custody, you will have to go back to court to regain custody from her if she won’t relinquish it voluntarily. You may be able to file in Kentucky depending on how long the kids have been there.
Fights happen all the time among young children and the police don’t always file charges unless there are weapons used. Your only other option is to go to the county attorneys office with witnesses and proof and try to file charges through the Warrant Intake process. You could also file a civil...Read more »
I was ordered to pay cs for 6 yrs on my two kids. 2 seperate cases. i have done 180 days x2, plus got 2 seperate felonies. one for 2 yrs and one for 1 yr. I am primary custodian again and have them back in my home fulltime. My aunt who had them is no longer in the picture and drew a kinship check.... Read more »
My ex wife is on pre trial diversion for child support. I never receive hardly anything (maybe 20 a month), when she’s ordered to pay $500. She had court and I was told the judge “read the riot act” to her. What does this mean?
That is slang for the judge told her he was going to send her to prison if she didn’t make the most of the pretrial diversion opportunity or if she committed any new crimes. It’s a stern waning not to screw up.
I got a letter today stating my husband’s lawyer has a motion set for trial for my divorce in about 2 weeks. I’ve been having to take my time because I can’t afford a lawyer or find one who will accept some kind of payment plan so I’m assuming because there’s been no movement on my end... Read more »
Has not transferred to her name. No life insurance on mortgage. I have since re-married and current spouse wants nothing do with this should I pass as all this took place prior to her. I have no will. Any thoughts on what happens in case of my passing with the mortgage?
Social media. I do not know what she drives, where she lives or her mother. The judge told me I have to represent myself or hire an attorney which I can not afford. What can I do? I do not have the time for this, I have a disabled son with non verbal autism to care for. I need legal help
My ex husband was court ordered to pay child support on our two children. I found out that he's finally going to pay it because that's the only way he can get off of probation. I'm guessing it would come to me because I have never received any type of assistance. I just don't... Read more »
The judge and my ex’s lawyer are not being fair they are lieing I been to court four times in four years every time I loose more time with my kids and I never get a explanation and I have only one set of papers signed and they were in 2018 and her lawyer has lied about the law papers to my lawyer... Read more »
I’m currently in family court vs someone seeking more visitation who insults me by text for the case/support order.Today they included me in a group text with many local people who I don’t even know and when I asked to be excluded she insulted me and ranted about details in the case in the... Read more »
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