You should remove your personal information for the internet and give it to who you contact. That said, feel free to reach out to a law office such as mine, or another, and see if you can afford an attorney. Many law offices will work with you on the costs. I do not recommend that you go at this...Read more »
You cannot withhold support unless you get a court order to do so. You say the incident happened in France but don't say where the children live. If they live in NY, you can go to Family Court and ask for an order of protection on their behalf.
The order of visitation is a court order that needs to be followed. If you don't follow it then you are in contempt. Try working this out with the other parent. See if they will agree to a test here in NY for the virus.
You say it is on the "transcript", if it is on the COURT transcript then the court should modify the order and there is nothing to sign. It the transcript is something else it probably doesn't comply with the requirements to modify an agreement. You should take it to a lawyer and...Read more »
If you are seeking to do the divorce on your own, you can either download the required documents and instructions on the NY Courts website or go the the Bronx Supreme Court and pick up a pro-se divorce packet (which contains the forms and documents). If you are looking or a lawyer, call the Bronx...Read more »
The problem you will probably run into is that your divorce agreement probably has a clause that says the agreement can only be modified by a writing acknowledged in a certain way. If you didn't follow that requirement, you probably won't win.
This is something that the divorce attorneys here would know best, but you await a response for four weeks. There are some resources listed here on Justia under the heading, "New York Divorce Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services." Here is a link to the page on this site:...Read more »
If you agree to change the stip, it would be an agreement, but it does not change the court order. For it to be totally binding you need to get the stip "so-ordered" by a Judge. Contact a local attorney.
I have 2 siblings whom dont get the same treatment that I do and both of my parents are in law enforcement, I'm not gonna specify what they do to me because I dont wanna type it but lets just say it takes up my entire day and leaves me with no time for school work. My mom is abused as well but... Read more »
Unfortunately, the only way to terminate parental rights is for the Department of Social Services to file neglect petitions against your parents. Once you are 18 and self supporting, you no longer have to have contact with your parents if you don't want. At this time you have to either stick...Read more »
My husband filed divorce papers for through the NYC DIY service. I was served the paperwork and the place, date and time of marriage is incorrect. We legally married in a court house in NY but he stated that we were married at a beach how will the affect our divorce. If I sign the papers will we... Read more »
He can amend the papers or you answer the papers with your own action for a divorce including the correct information and submit what you want in any decree. At that point, your husband can agree to what you have asked or the two of you can appear in court and work it out quickly.
I dated my husband for 7 years prior to purchasing our home right before getting married he put down 250k from his personal bank account on our house I am on the mortgage and deed of the house in my maiden name. Shortly after purchasing the home we were married. I’m wondering how much of that... Read more »
There are way too many factors to consider in answering this question on this forum. He may be entititled to credits, or he could claim the house as non-marital, although with your name on the deed and mortgage it seems likely that there was transmutation, or co-mingling. You need to talk to a...Read more »
Husband seems to do pretty well we live in a nice house multiple high end cars claims to have substantial debt including a million dollar loan he says that is backed by the house. Offered me a deal to buy him out of the house he wants the down payment he put down back plus about 100k of the equity... Read more »
If she did not sign a stipulation then there is no "agreement". Either way, if you have a court order an d she agreed to lower the payment you need a new order from the court. You say she "agreed" in writing. If it is only in as letter or text, that might be evidence, but it is...Read more »
A judge will speak to the child to see what his wishes are if the parents don't come to an agreement. While the child's choice carries a lot of weight, it is not binding on the court and the judge still has to decide what is in the child's best interests. If the child turns 16...Read more »
As long as you have all the documentation to support that he was still married when you entered into the marriage contract, you will be able to get it annulled. You must start an action in court and should have an attorney assist you. Matrimonial/Divorce attorneys and Estate Planning attorneys,...Read more »
Husband is from Africa, rushed to get married so that we may file for status here but decided to break up due to cheating on his side. We filed but I withdrew it. Is it possible to get divorced without any legal issues happening? What can I do? We both want the divorce and have no assets and do not... Read more »
In New York we have a no fault ground for Divorce, Irretrievable Marital differences. You can get a divorce . There are forms on the unified court system website . However its best to consult a lawyer. Your admission of why you married could be construed as marriage fraud. Its a Federal offense...Read more »
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