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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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I want to remove my daughter from my home. She is almost 35,

I want to remove my daughter from my home. She is almost 35, been living here for about 5 years with her two minor children. Now she has her boyfriend trying to use my house to shower, sleep. Both not working, no contribution to house expenses or chores. She is verbally abusive. I have no one to witness her behavior but she is becoming a bully. Her children do not want to live with her, they fear her.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No, not recently. When she first moved in I had her 302'd and she was on the run with a drug seller. She has a history of meth and police have been here many times in the past. She was good for almost 2 years, but I see the behavior back again.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I have a diary of events, that goes back 5 years. I'm concerned for the children. Although she does nothing for them and with them she threatens to take them. They are 15 and 11. She has no record, but her current boyfriend who keeps coming here did prison time for a felony.

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I married my husband in 2010. I have one child from a

I married my husband in 2010. I have one child from a previous relationship and two young toddlers with my husband. My husband is a very successful surgeon, who also comes from an extremely wealthy family. Throughout the years, my husband was unfaithful, even having a child with his mistress two years ago. I just learned of another affair and finally decided to divorce him in the beginning of June. He became very upset with my intentions to leave, and reported that he would kill me if I filed for divorce or child support. I learned that over that week he actually planned the murder of the children and I. I found that he accessed my email and wrote murder suicide letters addressed from me to him. We also learned of phone calls he made throughout the week to cover his plans. We have a restraining order for 1 year, but now he is fighting for visitation and having child support significantly reduced. My attorney who began handling my divorce represented me for the TPO case as well. He reported that in all of his divorce cases, the husband received some sort of visitation. Given that my husband intended to kill us on June 18th, I do not see this as a simple divorce with visitation. Police, attorneys, detectives, court ordered classes...many are involved with different opinions. So, how can visitation even be considered after this? The first judge denied it, now he is appealing with a second judge. Should this case be in a family court? It appears this is being handled lightly and not sure if my children and I are being represented effectively. What can I do to protect my children and I?

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I have joint legal custody and soul physical custody of my

I have joint legal custody and soul physical custody of my children. I am contemplating moving back home to the mainland at the end of this school year and am wondering what, if anything, their father could do to prevent our move. We were never married and the custody papers do say that if there is any dispute over a decision concerning the children, I have the final say on the matter.

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I've been giving a bill for childcare. I've been ordered to

I've been giving a bill for childcare. I've been ordered to pay half of child care. But, what childcare is payable. Supposedly my daughter is in school Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5:30 or 6 pm. My exwife gets out of work at 4:30pm (Monday throught friday), no weekends. So what is this childcare that I'm being charged for? What bills qualify? If she claims her friend or roommate watch my daughter, do I need to pay this?

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We have a court order stating where and how the children and

We have a court order stating where and how the children and their things will be picked up when they are transitioning from the custody of one parent to the custody of the other parent. My ex is attempting to make other arrangements to pick up the children in a different location than agreed stated in the order. He is texting the boys directly and telling them where to meet him. The boys are not going to follow their Dad's directions. How does the court order protect them and me and how do I enforce it.

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My ex-husband hasn't let me talk to my kids in two weeks and

My ex-husband hasn't let me talk to my kids in two weeks and no longer lives at the address he provided me. we have joint custody. what an I do??

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In writing a proposed order, what is the opposite of

In writing a proposed order, what is the opposite of "granted." Is it "denied"?

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