You should get the Court's approval before you change child support payments. If you agree on the new child support amount, you can submit a stipulated order to the Court. You will both need to sign the stipulated order and the order should provide for the new child support amount and should...Read more »
He recently made a report on me through cyfd.. I'm not an unfit parent I had my kids since the day they where born.. my problem is stress cause the father has not help raise or support our kids. I been raising and supporting them on my own for two years.. he's been out of jail for 8 or so months... Read more »
You would have to file a divorce action and ask the Court to allow you time with the children. If the Court issues an order regarding visitation, both of you would have to obey the order or risk being punished by the Court.
No. You would be entitled to 23.75% of your spouse's post-retirement military pay assuming that your spouse retires after exactly 20 years of service. The government will not pay your portion directly to you unless you are married for 10 years but the Court can direct that your spouse pay you...Read more »
My sons mother has full custody and I want to know how to get him 50/50. We already went to court and all she requested was money. She doesn't want him to have my last name and she said I have never given her money since he was born. She was 14 and I was 16 when we had him. We lived with my parents... Read more »
Our stipulating order has a paragraph that states "If either parent requests a passport for the minor child, the other parent shall cooperate in obtaining the same." What does this mean? Specifically the words "obtaining the same". I want to give the other parent the paperwork for them to fill out... Read more »
The statement means that the other parent would be obliged to cooperate in filling out the paperwork. It does not say anything about who would keep possession of the passport. That would have to be determined by the Court.
If your mom is occasionally lucid and mentally competent, should could possibly grant power of attorney. If she's not, such will not be possible. POAs typically require two witnesses and a notary. And even a Durable POA terminates upon her death. So, what is it you need the POA for? If it is to...Read more »
I have a three year old and a four month old me and my ex were together for six years but never married most of the relationship he was getting high now he is threatening to take my kids what could happen if he does try
The general short answer is yes, Courts may, under certain circumstances, order the removal of children and the termination of parental rights. To determine whether your rights were violated or whether you have any options to challenge the court action in your specific situation, you would need to...Read more »
This is a very difficult situation. Generally, you cannot remove this type of case to federal court. In some rare instances, families or individuals facing termination of parental rights have brought federal court civil rights lawsuits, but not typically with success. It is not possible to fully...Read more »
I am 53 an only child and I believe she manipulated my father into changing his entire estate into her name. He had a revocable living trust. Can I reverse this, they did not advise the attorney at the time that he had dementia. The attorney said he appeared to be in his right mind. Which his mind... Read more »
She would need to petition the court to change the child's name, and the judge in that case would more than likely inquire as to who has legal custody, and would then want those parties input into the name change. Keep in mind, this answer is based on the limited information you have provided, for...Read more »
the mother told me I was the father i was with her thru the pregnancy/birth I had no doubts she is mine I signed the birth certificate with no doubts we lived together for a year with child we broke up cause mo was using drugs a month later the I had a drug test done on the child and she tested... Read more »
Assuming that you and mother signed a valid acknowledgement of paternity, which in all likelihood you did if you were placed on the birth certificate, then no she cannot challenge it now. Keep in mind though, this answer is based on the limited information you have provided, you should still make...Read more »
Recently received a call from an attorney generals office in Texas ( i reside in NM) where my father lives, looking for my estranged mother in regards to unclaimed child support funds. My mother is currently incarcerated and we are not on speaking terms. My two siblings and I are in our late 30's &... Read more »
For the last 11 years, I have been disabled, and cannot work outside the home. He has supported us financially since then. Do I need an attorney? Do I qualify for free legal assistance? I have been told that there is no common law marriage in NM. I don't want to lose my home, or my car, etc. I... Read more »
You would need to file a Motion to Modify the Parenting Plan. You would also file a SCRA with the Motion with a filing fee if the case has been inactive long enough for the clerk to close the file. To read more on New Mexico Parenting Plans, go...Read more »
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