Adoption would be possible only if the child’s biological father’s rights have already been terminated, or if he is willing to forfeit his parental rights. If the child’s biological father intends to keep his parental rights, then the court will not grant those rights onto additional parties....Read more »
This situation is a matter of legal custody. While the parents may have 50/50 physical custody and spend equal physical time with the child, when it comes to this type of decision making for the child, these are aspects of legal custody. If the parents have 50/50 legal custody, then any decision...Read more »
I am the father of two children ages 12 and 15, years old. Their mother is consistently telling my children that I murdered my stepfather which is not true. I was not born when my stepfather was murdered during 1981. I was born 1982, my two children believe their mother now they do not want to... Read more »
The matter of needing the mother’s permission to attend the type of mental health treatment your children were referred to is a matter pertaining to the legal custody arrangement in place. If you and the children’s mother share joint legal custody, then, yes, it is likely that she would need to...Read more »
The father of my child sent me a divorce letter via mail while he is locked up (he still locked up) He was never a responsible father, didn’t payed child support (he only twice and not the right amount) in fact that’s the reason why he’s a jail. In reality I want nothing to do with him, I... Read more »
A parent cannot have physical custody of a child when incarcerated. If anything, it is more likely that the court may award the custodial parent full or sole custody, if not permanently, at least temporarily while the other parent is incarcerated. The only possible custody the incarcerated parent...Read more »
Owning property and being in a relationship where you aren't married are two different things. If you all own the house legally and there hasn't been any violence, it's doubtful that any one person can force another to move out.
I went to every office for immigration paid for it and i have no idea about the paperwork and i want to ask the lawyer for a copy but dont want to tip off my ex wife so she doesnt try to stall my new marriage. She is also and immigrant with a work visa and i dont even know if it will be a problem.... Read more »
You can do a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for the I 130 and for any documents that you signed, but you will not be entitled to a copy of the documents she signed, such as the I 485, Application for Employment Authorization or Application for Advanced Parole, as those belong to her.
Hello, I finally paid off my entire child support debt last year after 9 long years! I had to ask them to close it, and meantime my wages were still being garnished until my case was closed, which finally took place in August of 2017. While I waited for it to close, they began sending me checks for... Read more »
I would start by contacting the IRS to make sure that your refund was taken for child support. If it was then you will likely need to go back to child support enforcement with proof that the IRS took the refund for child support.
My daughter has stayed with her mother when her mother came around. The first 2 years she only stayed with her mom 3 days or less some times none a month during the 2 years. Recently she has been going with her 3-6 days every other week. I have been trying to keep my daughter from going with her... Read more »
It sounds as if there is no custody arrangement in place (or else custody would be handled by the agreement). You have at least two options. First, you could voluntarily come up with a parenting agreement between you and the mother, but it sounds like finding a mutual agreement is unlikely....Read more »
I’m in a legal separation, my wife went on what I thought was a quick trip to see her family and ended up not coming back. She then filed for legal separation. I have had one hearing already and the judge when I asked for my wife to be ordered to return with my child because I did not give... Read more »
You will need to seek an temporary or permanent order from the judge. You may be able to do this within the legal separation proceedings or you may need to start formal divorce/child custody proceedings.
What I typically see is a "Declination" prepared by and signed by the resigning Trustee(s) just stating that they acknowledge they were nominated to serve as Trustees of the "Name" Trust, however they decline to accept that appointment. The form could include language stating...Read more »
If an estate was opened there would be a listing of the claim and the attorney. If they told you it was ready likely there were letters in her things about the case. If you know where the case was filed you can check the court dockets.
Depending upon how old you were when you came to the US you may be able to apply for DACA. But the next president of the US has all the power to either continue the DACA program or cancel it. So you need to act quick and apply for DACA as soon as you can. And how old is your daughter?, depending...Read more »
This may sound like a silly question, but I'm getting mixed information. I read one place that people need to fill it out because the form discloses SS numbers which are required for filing for divorce, but it does not make sense to do the form when there are no children. My soon to be ex has... Read more »
You should call and ask the clerk of court. Are you saying that Social Security numbers ARE required to be filed in Nevada? That seems strange, because most courts have measures in place to prevent Social Security numbers being available for public access.
he 31 and my daughter was 16. got her preg. this day he has just ingaged in sex with daughter and has no signs of wanting my daughter and the baby in a relation. . Can i press charges on this man who had sex with daughter who was 16 with no intentions of being in a relionship of love and... Read more »
My husband and I would like to get a divorce, but still live together for the kids, I am currently a stay at home mother. Am I then able to get health insurance based on my income as a stay at home mom for my children and myself?
I am in the process of building my work from home business... Read more »
I have a very unique case is there a way to search for previous cases like mine and see what the outcome was? also how do I find a lawyer that has tried a case like mine. is there a case history search that can be done on a lawyer to help narrow down my search for an attorney.
You can Google Clark County Courts and then search by attorneys in the area you are interested in which is District Court and then Family Court. You will get a list of cases a particular attorney participated in. Unfortunately, you will have to go the court house to review these cases. So that...Read more »
The ring is a gift on the condition of marriage. If the couple do not marry then the ring needs to be returned. However, if the couple divorce then the wife would be able to keep the engagement ring.
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