We have standard visitation. I'm the residential and custodial guardian. He gets them every other weekend, every other holiday etc. I want them to spend the time with their dad but don't feel comfortable with her watching them alone for 3 weeks half of the day. Is there anything I can do?
They have been talking about wanting a baby I have done everything I can to keep them apart. But he sneaks out. If they get pregnant do I have to pay support for the baby? She will be 18 in May 2020 and he will be 18 in September 2020.
Unless she is pregnant already, the baby would be born after both are 18, and no longer minors. She would pay medical expenses for the delivery, then she can file for him to pay child support until the child reaches age 18.
I have a family who would be willing to let me live with them bc they have known the long history of her abuse, and have encouraged me to leave. I graduate from High school in 3 months, is his even realistic for me to do? Can I do this legally and how can I keep her from bothering me or trying to... Read more »
Talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult about your situation. When you are 18, you are no longer a minor. If you leave, will you still have health insurance, car insurance, other support?
You are your parents responsibility until you are 18. They can get in trouble if they kick you out, and you can get in trouble if you leave. Talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult about your situation at home, or call local children's services.
He still resides in FL, trying to figure out where to settle and my fiancee and I want to get married, trying to finalize our divorces but it's very difficult to do because of our situation with our exes. Can you help us?
Check the residency requirement in WV to be able to file a divorce there. You might have to be a WV resident for several months before you can file. Until then, Ohio retains jurisdiction, and your husband could file for divorce in OH, and the court could require you to return the children to him...Read more »
Check your prior tax returns, which will list the children's SSN. You can get copies of prior returns from the IRS. If the divorce decree and separation agreement specified that you could claim as a dependent, and she doesn't provide the SSN, then you could file with the court to order her to...Read more »
My fiancee and I split up due to a stupid choice on my part. She has taken back everything that was given to me as a gift during our relationship. We also have a truck that is in both of our names. I make the payments, but she wants it back.
Unless a gift is conditioned on something, like getting married, then it belongs to the recipient. If the giver takes it back, the recipient can sue. With the truck, since both your names are on the title as owners, both of you have the legal right to drive it, but both of you are required to...Read more »
My name was forged releasing me from any claim to my husbands lawsuits. He had 2 and we were married at the time of both. I'm not sure if he has been compensated for either yet. I do know the names of the attorneys representing him in both suits.
My aunt passed in 2017 in NJ I live in Ohio and was the executor to the estate. She did not have any assets other than a trailer that was sold and used to pay bills. 3 years later I get a bill from the NJ treasurers for an inheritance tax of 300k plus penalty and late fees. I didn’t receive an... Read more »
they not changing them they arent feeding them when the should bathing them. they are smacking them for no reason keeping them locked up all day in the bedroom puting them to bed as soon as they come through the do no matter the time and i just found out the are doing coke and theres a photo of the... Read more »
Contact children's services. They will investigate the situation and could remove the children from the home if they confirm those problems. They could then let you take care of the children if you are willing.
Unfortunately, the short answer is none. Everyone in the described fact pattern is an adult, meaning they can freely decide who they interact with. You do not have a protected "right" to meet him. While normally you may be given some say in his medical care as his only biological child, he has a...Read more »
Are you asking if there are more problems other than having the police come get you? Isn't that enough of a problem? But yes, there are other problems. You could go to juvenile detention. And depending on the facts, the guardian might be removed as your guardian for allowing you to move in with...Read more »
To get visitation or parental rights related to your daughter, it will depend on how your child support obligation was created. If she went through CSEA directly to get a child support obligation set up (i.e. the administrative process, not in a court), then unfortunately you will almost certainly...Read more »
You could get in trouble and go to juvenile detention, and your parents could get the people you are staying with in trouble also. Talk about it with your parents, with a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult.
My niece an nephews were taken from their mother a few years ago and custody was given to the grandparents of the younger two, but they took all four children. They get beat for not doing homework, chores, etc. they have been in trouble for missing school because they missed their bus and then the... Read more »
Ohio does not allow emancipation in his situation. Here is a link to more information: https://www.ohiobar.org/public-resources/commonly-asked-law-questions-results/circumstances-say-whether-minors-are-emancipated/
But if you want to do something to rescue him from that bad situation, you...Read more »
It was discovered during immigration process that she had misrepresented information on her VISA application and can not get another VISA to return. Since there is no chance of her being able to return my only choice is a divorce. I need help.
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to locate a local divorce attorney who can review the situation and advise you how best to proceed. You will be able to get the divorce, but the attorney will have to help you.
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