Parenting plan a year in place, I could not afford a lawyer- he could. I filed the petition because he changed his days/weeks with our daughter all the time and refused to help financially with anything. His lawyer now has him paying half of day care a month, but he's still never accurate per... Read more »
You would not to go jail If you moved outside of the designated areas, however, it could be grounds to change the parenting plan. The law on modification of parenting plans has changed and you may be able to move to amend that portion of the parenting plan based on your facts. I hope this helps.
I have maintained majority parenting time of my son for about 3 years now. I moved to NH to be with my son originally. My entire family (parents, 7 siblings, 5 neices and nephews) are all in my home state of KY. I want to move back to be closer to them. If we made an arrangement for her to take him... Read more »
In order to relocate you have to give the other parent 60 days notice of your intent to move. If the other parent objects, the court will need to decide if (1) if the move is for a legitimate purpose; (2) if the move is in the children's best interest. In general, the court will not favor...Read more »
I was having a back and forth email conversation with my GAL. In the emails I was discussing a proposed parenting plan that I have been working on. My GAL decided to forward our conversation, including the draft of my parenting plan to the opposing counsel, stating that "the other counsel... Read more »
I've read that a support order can only be changed within the first 3 years if there is a substantial change in circumstances. Would this qualify as a substantial change? And does the support payers decision to take a pay cut play into the decision?
It would depend on how much the person made annually. If the individual earned $150,000 a year, a $10,000 decrease may not be substantial. However, if the person makes $40,000 a year, a $10,000 decrees could be considered grounds to seek a support modification. Good luck.
My husband requested a special visit with his daughter as part of our mediation agreement. Typically, we are allowed to schedule our own visits so it wasn't necessary, but he and his attorney did. The mediation agreement has not been filed (due to my seeking legal counsel and his counsel... Read more »
She can call the police in North Dakota in the town the grandparents live in and try to file criminal charges for kidnapping. She should also file criminal charges in NH with her local police department so they can help her get her children back.
Hello I have an 8 year old daughter who's mother has just came back into picture she was granted Sunday and Monday night custody. My mother has overall guardianship. My daughter has dance lesson which I pay for out of pocket and has been in dance longer then her mother has been back but now... Read more »
If she is not complying with the Court Order then one option is to file a motion for contempt. She will be responsible for your costs if you are successful. The guardian cannot stop visitation - you will need to ask the Court to modify the Order so your daughter gets to dance class.
One of the following must apply to file for divorce in New Hampshire: 1) both parties live in New Hampshire, 2) the petitioner (the spouse starting the divorce action) has lived in New Hampshire for one year, or 3) the petitioner lives in New Hampshire and their spouse can be served with divorce...Read more »
I was issued a Temporary Divorce Decree which makes my soon-to-be ex-spouse and I responsible for our own finance and credit cards. However, the ex-spouse is spending on Joint Credit Cards, can they be canceled?
Credit card companies are not bound by the terms of your temporary order assigning debt to your soon-to-be-ex-spouse. Since you are ordered responsible for your own finance and credit cards you should obtain a detailed record of what your soon-to-be-ex-spouse is charging and file a motion with the...Read more »
He doesn't make effort to see her. I want full custody and him off the birth certificate. I tried giving him the chance of surrendering his rights. He told me to take him off her birth certificate but won't work with me in the steps.
Can I file a civil rights lawsuite against my ex son-in-law and his now (wife) They have caused me much pain and suffering over the past 10 yrs by not allowing any form of contact with my grandchildren. One grandson is over the age of 18 and the other grandchild (female) will be 18 in Sept.The... Read more »
You should consult with a Connecticut attorney or post on the Connecticut board. In New Hampshire, grandparents can petition the court for visitation rights: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/xliii/461-a/461-a-13.htm
I don't want the house--I want to be free and clear of it. What are my options? Can an attorney help me with this and my divorce? My spouse can be quite adversarial so would want to work through an attorney if possible.
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