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I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe

I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe that he has fathered a child from a woman that he worked with with. Is there any way that my attorney can find out if he did father a child while being married to me. We have been married for 23 years. Also, what am I entitled to if he indeed is the father?

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my wife has a boy friend and she lives with him now, how can

My wife and have moved to California from north Carolina a year ago, 3 month after she decided to move back to north Carolina, since then I have been going to see her very often, last September my wife told me that she has boy friend she live and committes adultery with him, what kind of evidence I'll need to Persecute her for adultery in north Carolina

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Deadbeat dad lives with another woman putting everything in

Deadbeat dad lives with another woman putting everything in her name so nothing can be taken to pay his debt to his children. Can the courts freeze other woman's accounts or possessions?

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Barrister

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I am just continue the previous question about

Hello, I am just continue the previous question about parenting/visiting. If I sign an agreement where allow to father pick my daughter for summer break in Russia, but for some reason don't send her to Russia. What's "punishment" for me? Thank you

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My daughter who attends college full-time was emancipated at

My daughter who attends college full-time was emancipated at 22 years of age as per our divorce decree. Her father is taking me to court stating that since she missed her spring semester Jan 2015-May 2015 (she turned 21 in April 2015) that she should have been emancipated at 21 and not 22 years of age. However, she only missed that one semester and that was due to illness. Do I have anything to worry about?JA: It's hard to know for sure. The Lawyer will figure it out.Customer: So what do I do to get an answer to my question?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New YorkJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: What do you mean?JA: What confuses you?Customer: Well you say has anything been filed? the only thing that has been filed is my ex-husband (we've been divorced 20 years) petition claiming that my daughter was not entitled to child support because she missed that one semester.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, he is also petitioning for a reduction in the amount of child support that he has already paid since he retired at the end of 2014 (at the age of 56). When the judge put the order in for the child support (because he had not paid when he retired) it was based on the figure that he had been paying in the past.

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We have always paid child support through online banking,

We have always paid child support through online banking, recently we had to close the account due to fraudulent activity that we used to pay out of that was connected directly to my husband's ex-wife online bankaccount. We are now sending her money through email request, where she would need to link her account once again. She is refusing to do so and also states that our banking needs to remain the same and that there's no reason for her to change the way that she is receiving child support from us. I don't know why she thinks she has a say in where we bank. We have already closed the account, so there is no way for that to happen. She's refusing to accept the payment by not setting up the link to her bank account. Are we obligated to send child support in another way? Can I just keep a record of all the times we have attempted to send payment, and put the money in a separate account? She has also stated that she will not accept a check. It is also our fear that she will amass a numerous amount of checks (if we send them to her) and cash them all at once. We are ordered through the divorce paperwork to pay her child support, back child support, back spousal support, and back reimbursement for medical expenses School tuitions and therapy appointments. We are in California in Los Angeles county.

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There is a Mediated Agreement which is incorporated into a

There is a Mediated Agreement which is incorporated into a Divorce (State of Florida). It states:"Holy Days: The Father shall have the children on Rosh Hashana from the night before at 5 p.m. until the night of at 5 p.m. The Father shall have Yom Kippur from 5 p.m. the night before until the night of at 5 p.m. The Husband shall have Passover from the night before at 5 p.m. for two days until a 8 p.m. exchange."The divorce took place in early 2014. The father failed to show up for the children at Rosh Hashanah in 2014. He declined to take the children in 2015. Thus there is no precedent. However, Yom Kippur is worded identically to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur has been interpreted by both parties as a 24 hour visit. Passover alone specifies "two days".Now the Father is trying to claim that Rosh Hashanah; being a two-day affair means that he is entitled to a two day visit. This would mean that the children (aged 7 & 5) would miss an extra day of school and would cause other problems for the wife.The question is: should Rosh Hashanah (being identically worded to Yom Kippur) equally be interpreted as a one day visit; as in Yom Kippur; or as a two day visit (bearing in mind that Passover alone was specifically identified as "a two day visit"?

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Need lawyer that understands the law regarding "domestic

Need lawyer that understands the law regarding "domestic situations", addiction intervention options, incapacity isosues, parental rights regaeding their adult children who are 20-40% dependent financially, hearsay "he said she said", cease and desisist, no trsspassing, restraining orders, property rights, public access rights, addiction potential, texts influence in a court of law and the "Stolkhome Syndrome as well as family matters and of course criminal and civil law related to the above.If you could be this "superhero" please....(North Dakota).I don't intend to offer names, location or such. Confidential inquiry.Thanks.

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My question is which form I need to use to file an Ex Parte?

Hello,My question is which form I need to use to file an Ex Parte? I filed once before in 2013 and I used an FL-300 form with a declaration MC-031 with my exhibits listed under the Item 10 Facts in Support of section and attached behind these docs. Is this the correct form and procedure to use?I am wondering because I also found a form FL305, which has added confusion for me.Also, I know I need to notify the other party by 10 am the day prior to the hearing but I am wondering if I am able to file for the Ex Parte also the day before, or if it needs to be filed on the same day of the hearing.Thank you.

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RobertJDFL

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