My fiance has a bad auto debt with his ex-wife. She got the vehicle in the divorce. However, failed to make the payments. The account shows on my fiance's credit report as Charged-off with a $0 balance.
Ok well Aug 2018 I was using drugs and I tried committing suicide slit my wrist, got put on a chapter 51 , sent to a group home by the judge until end of Dec 2018, kicked out for using drugs in there, Nov 2019 got a misdemeanor drug/paraphanelia charge and put on probation, during my time in the... Read more »
If your situation has changed substantially since the time of the last Order, you can file a Motion to Modify Placement and Custody if the last Order was not the initial Order. Otherwise, you can also file a Petition to Enforce the existing placement schedule and request that the Court find him in...Read more »
It depends. If it was only a date, that, in and by itself, may not nullify a prenuptial agreement. To be a valid prenuptial agreement, each party must make full disclosure of his or her income, assets and liabilities. They must also have adequate time to review, preferably with the assistance of...Read more »
I am a US citizen with a dual US-European citizenship, living in Wisconsin.
I'm mid-term with a baby fathered by a US citizen who said he does not want the kid. If I move back to Europe, give birth and he then changes his mind, I will not be willing to return to US. His... Read more »
Until the time he is the adjudicated father after the child is born, he has no legal rights to the child unless you were married. Once the child is born, his placement and custodial rights would be under the laws of the Country in which the child is born.
An adult acceptable to the father. We finished chips case 2years ago and it says it expires 2/4/2020 on case order next to where the order was written. Does that mean I still have no say or have to be supervised still? I was already allowed to take my kid for months at at time during quarentine.... Read more »
Not everything is clear as to your status. If the Chips order is expired, the family court Order controls. If there has been a substantial change of circumstances, you need to file a Motion for Modification of the Temporary Order as to placement of the children.
The document was so that I would not see my significant other with a questionable past. I am in the middle.of a divorce and it was written up at the request of the guardian ad litem for my children. The person is not a danger to my children but the court knows nothing about his past because it was... Read more »
While a divorce is pending,it is normally considered bad form to introduce the children to a new significant other. If the Guardian ad Litem advised you not to have the children around them, I recommend that you do so, since the GAL's recommendation carries a great deal of weight with the...Read more »
It appears that you are a serial child support payor because you have children with two different families. The older children take priority in the child support orders. Whatever order there is for the oldest, that amount is subtracted from your gross income for calculation of child support for...Read more »
Tuition reimbursement is not specifically addressed as to whether it is considered as income available for support pursuant to DCF 150 guidelines. However, it could be argued that this is an expense reimbursement, rather than income, since it is to be used for a specified purpose that would...Read more »
In court I tried to enter the laws standards for exigent circumstances and was told that I was asking the defendants to interpret the law/ I got this information from appeal courts rulings. I was trying to enter the standards of the laws. Can I appeal this ruling?
I haven’t seen my son in 2 years because of a retraining order and was told today that my new job received a letter stating I have to cover my sons medical insurance. So now I have to pay child support for a child I don’t see and pay for his medical when his mom already get MA how is that... Read more »
The restraining order does not affect any prior support or medical bill responsibilities set forth in another Order. However, unless the restraining order is against the child, and not just the other parent, you still have placement rights to the child. You should consult with an experienced...Read more »
Just completing the paperwork is never as simple as people believe. Even if you are on good terms, there are many considerations that need to be taken into consideration such as retitling of property, calculation of support and custody and placement of children in some circumstances. It is always...Read more »
Sending copies of your bank statements to Social Security may be enough to prove that you spend the funds that put you over the resource limit. However, Social Security may also ask for receipts of items or services that you purchased during spend down. You can also let them know about what...Read more »
5 of us inherited a $150k home from our father. 4 of us are living in it and one of us living there wants to file chapter 7 bankruptcy on $60k worth of debt. None of us are in a position to take on a loan payment to buy the one out. Will they make us sell the house to get their 1/5 share of it?
He can claim an exemption for his $30,000 share of the property. Depending on whether you use state or federal exemptions, he may be able to exempt most of his share and protect the property from sale.
I’m currently & have been a stay at home mom for 5 years & have primary placement. He wants to do 50/50 but his job is extremely demanding...for example this week he was supposed to have dinner with my 2 girls both tues & thurs evening & have them this weekend for 2 overnights. He... Read more »
If you currently have primary physical placement, the current Order is still in full force and effect until modified by a Court Order. If the initial placement Order has been in full force and effect for more than two years, he has to prove that there has been a substantial change of circumstances...Read more »
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