she has never applied for or is a citizen and she wants to leave the county and/or country with our child. I tried helping her with citizenship and she refused. Now she wants to take my child away for a 3rd time now and just leave with her. She has no citizenship but has been employed for her adult... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2021
Whether your permission is needed for the child to travel internationally depends on whether you are on the child's birth certificate and have custody, as well as what the airline and country of destination regulations are. A family law attorney may be able to get an order forbidding removal... Read more »
Can a convicted federal felon for a drug offense gain custody over a law abiding citizen
answered on Aug 15, 2019
How are trying to contact one?
Through s posting here?
You need to contact attorneys directly and individually
Now we are actually divorcing. The only thing we share is the house. He doesn't want to sell it and I don't want him to have it, even if he pays me 1/2 the value. We own it as tenants in common. We were unable to settle with a mediator. Will the court force him to sell or will they make... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2016
You are better off to work it out in mediation. The court might order a sale if the property cannot be divided. At least in mediation, you know what you will get.
He promised me we would be married when our son was born and that has not happened. I am pregnant currently with another child and he is the father, and he is threatening to leave and take the children with him. what are my rights? what should I do? I have MS and he is using that against me saying... Read more »
answered on Oct 14, 2015
Whether or not they have his surname has very little, if anything to do with what parental rights you have. The fact that you have MS may have some bearing, but not very much, probably.
The children's father was originally awarded primary custody, the for about a year we've been doing 50/50, now he wants to go back to the original plan. Can he do this?
answered on Oct 13, 2015
You have to follow the court order. Get an attorney on your side swiftly.
answered on Apr 10, 2015
Yes, SSDI is not tied to resource availability. If your wife were receiving SSI the alimony would count as a resource and likely disqualify her from receiving benefits.
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