I am waiting on a court date to modify parenting and I am asking to modify parenting time because my daughter doesn’t want to go over her dad house all the time and she doesn’t like how he’s been treating her or the things he have said about me to her I hate having to make her go and here... Read more »
You are doing the right thing by filing the motion. Perhaps there is something negative going on that your daughter is afraid of disclosing. Still, your duty is to comply with the parenting time order and continue facilitating her relationship with her father. Typically in these situations with a...Read more »
My brother was in a terrible motorcycle accident and is currently on a ventilator. He has never been married and has no children and lives byhimself. My sister is trying to get legal guardianship without the consent of myself and my other brother. How can I handle this?
Hi. It looks like you’re in Virginia so the law may differ from Michigan’s where I practice. However, generally, consent is not required from all interested parties. Yet, as an interested party, you do have the legal right to object to your sister’s appointment as guardian if you believe she...Read more »
Long story short my exhusband lived with his parents so they helped raised my 2 boys for the last 10yrs of their life They decided to withhold this info from me because they did not want my boys to come to my house permanently since their father is not alive Another family member thought it was not... Read more »
The police are right: this is a family court matter that needs to be addressed there. If you do not have legal custody of the children, it's possible that with the father dead, the grandparents would become guardians. And even if you have shared legal custody, the best interest of the child...Read more »
Unsure what to do father passed away. The family is now withholding my children from me even though it’s my weekend to pick up. I called the local authorities and they stated that the family members can still withhold my children from me even if father is dead and that is a family matter and I... Read more »
My husband and I declared ourselves married while living in Colorado back in 2016. We have since moved to Michigan and have decided to finally get around to having a ceremony. This will be more a renewal of vows but someone brought up signing a marriage license, since we don't have one. Is... Read more »
Interesting question! Have you been filing taxes jointly? As you probably already know, but for others' benefit who may come upon this question, common law marriage is a legal form of marriage in some states. Michigan does not allow for common law marriage, but does recognize marriages legally...Read more »
I am currently in a terrible marriage and would like to get divorced (living in MI) but i have no where to go or any financial support other than my family who lives in UT, my plan is to move to UT with my child and file for divorce, is there a certain way i should start this process?
You should immediately and privately consult with a lawyer in Utah to inquire about the state’s requirements to file for divorce. Many states have a waiting period for new residents before someone can file for divorce. Also, if your spouse has no connection to Utah, then an Utah court would not...Read more »
The death was deemed a suicide, in 2007. I have the CSI officer's name. My mother did not have any other children, however, my dad, her husband before she died is still alive and I live with him. The case is closed.
My daughter's father and I lost custody in 2019. (It's a long story) We fought to get her back for 2 yrs. And then had to give my aunt guardianship so they wouldn't take our rights. She had cancer so she had to go thru chemo and radiation and a few months later, they told her she was... Read more »
It's an uphill battle, but it can be done where the guardianship is terminated. Were your rights terminated - either voluntary or involuntary after a trial? That will determine whether it's a matter of terminating the guardianship or you becoming guardian of your own child.
I called police to see if I can report the other two. Got the run around in Jackson county. I finally was told I could report her father biting her. She scratched him protecting herself and he put charges on the child although her injuries were more severe. He made things up to have her go to... Read more »
I bought my home from my grandmas estate. My aunt was executor of the estate. Part of the deal when buying the house was that uncle would help me install new siding. Since the moment I paid them they have 100% ignored me. I have the siding, but now need to pay someone to install it
My parents are real estate agents and used spokieo to do background check on my fiance with our knowledge or consent. They did this because they didn't like how we are waiting for him to meet my parents. They made it seem like no big deal because they have a real estate license and can do this... Read more »
There are several legal issues that directly affect you in the areas of immigration and family law. In order to properly understand your legal strategy regarding your present spouse I recommend immediately consulting an experienced immigration attorney without any delay as you need to gather legal...Read more »
Foc, and sent in all dr.s paperwork they asked for. And did so whenever they asked. 2018, i found out i had 4 tumors and 3 different types of cancer. Well covid hit, so my treatments didnt start until 2019, 7 weeks of radiation and chemotherapy, i almost parished. I sent all paperwork to the foc,... Read more »
I'm unsure what your question is. It sounds like you entered a guilty plea. Typically, agreements made in failure to pay cases depend on how much of the arrearage is paid before sentencing. What matters now is not so much what you've done since 2013, or even what you've worked out...Read more »
They threatened to keep me for 4yrs or i plead guilty for 2nd hbt and pay 1500 to get out. I didn't know that ment i do 11 months on sentenceing day. I just did two and im on disability. How can they come to my home and nab me up when my kids are grown, im half alive and live a couple countys over?
What you are seeing in writing would be in the the judgment of divorce. In a divorce, the court does have jurisdiction over the marital assets. When the parties don't agree, it's the court's job to make an order. And the court retains jurisdiction to enforce that order.
I was 2 years old when I was injured and traumatized by an event that shaped my life. He is a religious man with millions and now that he is in his last years and he continues to deny his responsibility and is punishing me for not following his faith by leaving me out of his will. Can I sue him for... Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss, but keep in mind that law firms that handle injury cases might not consider something like this on a contingency basis. There is also the...Read more »
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