We are in Ohio and the child is 2.5. Her father and I have been separated for over a year and I have always claimed her. He has her 3-4 days throughout the week, so physical custody is about even. He doesn't claim her due to his child support for his other child is extremely behind. There is... Read more »
When a new POA is executed that revokes the prior POA, until people are notified that the old POA has been revoked, they might still honor it and follow instructions from the old agent. So the new POA should be given to health care providers, banks, financial advisors, insurance agents, etc. so...Read more »
Along with executing the new POA that specifically revokes the prior POA, anyone who received the prior POA should be notified that the prior POA is revoked, and provide a copy of the new POA. Until someone is notified that the prior POA has been revoked, they will have no way to know there is a...Read more »
Depending on what type of case it is, there may be avenues to seal the official records. But that doesn't mean that news reports or entries on websites like mugshots.com will disappear. Talk with a lawyer privately.
My father currently has a court appointed Gaurdian. I am currently in the process of becoming successor Gaurdian. The court hearing date is set. I am just wanting to know if legal representation is necessary.
Legal representation is not required. But there are significant legal and fiduciary responsibilities of being a guardian, reports that must be filed with the court, etc. You should retain a local probate attorney who handles guardianships to represent you at the hearing and to provide continuing...Read more »
Maternal grandmother has legal custody. At the court hearings on the stand she said she wanted the kids to see us and that she'd allow supervised visits for now but we'd need to set it up ect. The court order just left it as a general reasonable visitation and stated they didn't feel... Read more »
My ex moved out in May. He stopped paying on the car i drive months ago and we had an agreement for him to help financially weekly but he stopped back in November and only has our 2 kids overnight 2 times a week. Now he is moving in with his current girlfriend who has 4 kids, 2 seniors 2 freshman,... Read more »
If you are married, you should file for divorce and seek a temporary child support and spousal support award as part of your filing. If you are not married, you should go to your county's child support enforcement office to obtain an administrative child support award.
I live in Pa and her biological father lives in Ohio. I don't mind that he has filed for custody. I just want to make sure I can still see my granddaughter. Her mother is currently incarcerated in Florida.
He was no longer competent my dad is his beneficiary to his will, my granny then made another will and is saying she gets all my papaws estate money & vehicles. Is my papaws will null and void now that she made another will for herself and my dad gets nothing?
My fiancé has two boys. He wasn’t married to their mom. He has a child support order in summit county. He’s on their birth certificates , he’s had parenting time with them bi weekly since they were born. Their mom sometimes will withhold visits and he can’t access their medical records or... Read more »
If there is a child support order then you do not need to file a complaint for parentage. You need to file a complaint for visitation or custody. You should file it in the county where the children reside.
the divorce might be this summer but idk, im scared my dad wont get custody and my mom will hurt me for trying to live with him, i never get a chance. to record her or anything and she isnt psychically abusive, but i have been sent to mental wards twice because of the stree, im only 13 and i want... Read more »
Your father needs to seek a guardian ad litem to represent you in the divorce. Talk to the guardian once they are appointed and tell them this information. It is very likely that the guardian will recommend custody to your father if they hear you say that, even without proof.
If there is a no contact order arising out of a criminal case, or out a juvenile court case, children's services cannot override such an order and permit visitation because they would literally be facilitating a crime. It is against the law to violate a no contact order.
Both parties lived out of Ohio state as US citizens at the time of application but spouse listed a false former Lake County address on the application. Marriage ceremony took place in Lake County, OH. Provide Next Steps Please.
We cannot provide legal advice and guidance here. Ohio does not require residency to marry. Outsiders simply file for a marriage license in the county where the ceremony will take place. Using an old address means nothing. Also, there are no easy outs. An error in providing pedigree information...Read more »
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