A default judgment could occur in which you are awarded all that you have asked for in the complaint. However, the judge is still going to review that judgment to make sure the requests are compliant with the law.
Also can they require the non-custodial parent to travel more than half the distance for their parenting time? Can the custodial parent deny weekday visits saying they can only do visits at a location closer to the custodial parent. Even if this language is not in the court order? The move was also... Read more »
The court order contains all of the requirements. Everything else is just the other parent trying to pull a fast one. An order cannot require that a person never moves - but a person moving could, potentially, have other implications. Unfortunately, you will not get specific advice on this...Read more »
Son in a nasty divorce in WA state. Soon to be ex-wife has moved to MT with kids. We live in ND. She will not let us call or talk to our grandchildren and won't allow them to call us. Is there anything we can do?
I am not married to the childs father. He did sign an awknowledgement of paternity. He is saying if I take my daughter to my best friends wedding he will call me in for kidnapping. There is no custody agreement of any kind. He Is trying to force me to leave her with a coworkers wife whom I've never... Read more »
The answer depends on whether there is a court order in place and whether or not 50 miles away puts her outside of the state of North Dakota. You will want to speak with an attorney further about this to get you pointed in the right direction.
I chose not to put on birth certificate as he was unstable and using drugs during her first year of life/pregnancy. Does he still have any rights to her if he's not on the certificate? Like could he come pick her up whenever he wanted?
In North Dakota, if your divorce involves minor children, you are required to attend and participate in the Family Law Mediation program, which provides divorcing couples with 6 free hours of mediation services. If the divorce does not involve minor children, you do not receive a referral to...Read more »
my ex and I have 2 kids and a current parenting plan. in are plan it states that we are to revisit it when my oldest child starts school. we have talked about it and have agreed on a change in parenting time. I'm wondering what steps i need to take now to make it part of the plan and for child... Read more »
You would need to write up and file with the Court a written Stipulation reflecting what provisions of the Judgment you've agreed to modify. Both parties would need to sign and notarize the Stipulation. You then need to prepare and file a proposed Order and a proposed Amended Judgment.
My husband is paying child support for 2 children. His income has gone up since then. He got a higher paying job so we could make ends meet. But we now we have 2 boys of our own. I'm afraid if it's reviewed the amount he pays will go up. On the "child support calculator" on the states' website,... Read more »
The short answer to your question is "yes, the biological children your husband does not share with the obligee are taken into consideration." That being said, it is not a dollar for dollar "match." In other words, your husband's child support obligation may still go up even though he has two other...Read more »
I’m originally from Wa, and have lived in North Dakota with my daughter up until a year and a half ago when I needed immediate medical attention because of severe Crohn’s disease, malnutrition and heart failure. I am now on the mend and would like my daughter to live with me in Wa because that... Read more »
They have supported me my whole life sending me to private school and only until this summer did I get a job as they said it was unnecessary in the past. This summer they told me I had to live with them here in ND instead of our home in AZ. I was told I have 7 days to get out of the apartment by... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, any parental responsibility in North Dakota ended on your nineteenth birthday. They are no longer obligated to house you, feed you, or provide for you. If the care is in their name, then you no longer have a right to that either....Read more »
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