My ex wife filed for divorce in 2018 but was denied because she filed the wrong divorce, however I was ordered to pay child support and spousal support. At the time I didn't know the divorce was denied because I was ordered to pay the judgement.
My son was at his fathers house and after I had already told him he could not go anywhere his dad chose to allow him to go to this woman’s home where she provided a house full of minors alcohol and left them unattended for periods of time
My spouse was caught cheating, though we gave it another shot. He is showing signs of cheating again, and will not allow me access to his phone any further. Would the court be able to pull his phone record so I can have a fault divorce. I believe it will speed up the process.
Having a adultery, fault based divorce actually will slow down the process significantly. And it is much more difficult than a no fault divorce. You should probably pursue a no fault divorce; you can receive all of the relief you need through the regular process as well.
Joint and Mutual Wills are almost always asking for a Will Contest after one or both testators die. Do not draft nor execute anything like it. Two separate Wills, even with extremely similar legacies and devises, are always better.
to us which we lost in foreclosure. we never extended the driveway where the servitude of passage is shown on map from 2001. now the new owners are using my driveway and yard. my father in law says he never gave access through his property and wants a gate up at the road leaving new owners no... Read more »
There is almost for sure an Easement By Implication granted to some of those parcels, if not also an Easement By Prescription. Easements can be terminated, but expect to be sued. Hire a competent lawyer to advise you about what you can do, and be prepared for litigation, which you probably should...Read more »
I filed for child custody and child support along with IFP papers and was approved. After that Initial filing I had to retain an attorney and he then filed a divorce suit and a motion to consolidate the two. However he’s also charged me with the filing fees throughout the process snd I’m not... Read more »
Ex has agreed to relinquish parental rights and allow stepparent to adopt kids (under age of 18 but over age of 12). What is the steps/procedure for stepparent to adopt? Does stepparent and bio parent (who are adopting the kids) need background check or just stepparent? What other paperwork is... Read more »
My dad is an alcoholic and me and my stepmom dont get along at all.They are always fighting. I have depression and they dont care about it at all. My mom gave custody of my up so she is not in the picture and when me and my dad get into a fight i bring up that i dont want to leave there and he says... Read more »
Well, as a child growing up, I really didn't have too much serious health issues in which alerted me even more. My dreams were to be an athlete and play in the percussion section in my school Band. My basketball ball dreams were crushed not only because how expensive the gear and fee's... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general observation, based on your description, it looks like it would be a difficult case. You're talking about gastrointestinal and muscle spasm symptoms, some of which were of a fleeting nature....Read more »
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