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After the divorce, I had filed a motion in family court and
After the divorce, I had filed a motion in family court and the judge ordered the ex pay me an additional $50 a week plus tax refunds until money owed was paid. He only made two payments. I received a letter from NJ child support stating they want to emancipate my child, who just turned 18. Is it possible to request that the $11,000 he still owes is paid thru child support since he only made two payments in the 5 years since the court awarded the additional money? If so, how do i go about asking for what I want?
We are in the state of New York. My friend was repeatedly
We are in the state of New York. My friend was repeatedly threatened by his 18 years old adopted daughter, and finally in May she told him she was poisoning him by adding nail polish remover into his olive oil. He was very ill all that time. He is afraid to be home because she said she will accuse him and put him in jail. He filed an order of protection, and today he had a hearing. She attended the hearing, and said she agrees to move out, but needs child support. She intentionally was left for the second year in school twice, and states that she is a student, although she attends about 50% (just enough not to be expelled). The judge ordered a hearing for Friday and ordered him to bring his income taxes. He is 60 years old and had a very tragic life. His wife died half a year after the adaption. He devoted his life to her, and, as of today she is the only inheritor he has, and she repeatedly threatens him. She told him many times that by the time she is 18 he will be either dead or in jail. Lawyer tells him he cannot be in the same house with her, but, if he pays 17% of his salary he will struggle to pay for his own living. How can he protect himself, and how long he will have to pay, since she intentionally does not go to school or work?JA: Jewel is in her early-twenties, she is 23. I'm trying to find the right Family Lawyer for you right now. As soon as they are ready, I will let you know.Customer: She is 18, she will be 19 on July, 1stJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New York. And, as I said, he was totally devoted to her, and still is, but she told him, she was poisoning him, and knows hitmen, and can kill him, when he is asleep, all accuse him and put him in jail.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: He hired a lawyer night before the hearing, and lawyer says he has no choice but to go to court on Friday. He is also in danger of loosing his job, if he starts missing days to go to court. Will they go after his personal assets then to pay her?JA: You just pay a $5 deposit now and the rest only when you get a reply from the Family Lawyer. All of this is 100% satisfaction guaranteed, so you can get a refund if you're not happy for any reason.Customer: How much is the whole amount?JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: She says (and she does) have friends in police precinct. Her boyfriend was a student in John Jay criminal justice college and took toxicology, his family is on public assistance. She is also under the influence of a women, who came to his house, when his wife was dying, and said, she will take care of the child. She taught the girl to call her mom, and was sure he will marry her. After his morning year was over, he met me. He knew me since I was 3 years old, he was our neighbour, and the women told her that I am a witch, and came from hell. She repeatedly threatened to kill me, and I stopped going to their place. She was in a private boarding school and was expelled for stealing. I did not see him often, and he basically did not maintain our relationship, because we did not want to disturb her. He called me in May after she told him, she was poisoning him. He is panically scared for his life, and now I am scared too. Meanwhile, the judge is looking at ordering chil support and have her move out. How is it going to make him safe, if she is openly goes after his property and the lady and her boyfriend tell her that once she gets the money they will buy a house? She told me many times that she is not her to work or study, and that he will pay, no matter, where he will be. She was adapted from Ukraine, when she was 7. Does not call herself by the name they gave her. has only one 68 or 70 grade in drama/theater classJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I'm 16 years old, 17 on August 29th, in South Carolina. My
Hi, I'm 16 years old, 17 on August 29th, in South Carolina. My mother took in my boyfriend in early August of 2015, when I was still 15. She cared for him, being that at the time he had nowhere to go. She has just recently kicked him out. But I am pregnant. I want to be with the father of my baby, for him to help support me and the baby and so that my baby has both parents, not just one at a time, but my mother won't let me see him at all. I have wanted to go up and visit his family but I cannot because of my mom, and I don't want to do it behind her back, partially because of legal consequences, if there is any. I have read that it is not an offense to "run away" persay at 17 in SC, and that police cannot bring me home, but she can file a lawsuit against his family for harboring a minor? I want to be with him, because I'm looking out for the baby to have both parents, and I love him of course and don't want to be separated. How can I legally get my mom to let me live with him and his dad and sisters? They have an extra bedroom, and at my house, there is 2 bedrooms for me and 3 other kids. The 3 other kids share one bedroom with one twin bed they all sleep on. I cannot raise a baby by myself there in such a crowded space, and at his dad's I have a guy who will support me, his family will also support me, and we have our own room there. I just want to know what I can legally do when I turn 17. If I can go to his dad's house, without having to necessarily come back to my moms house? Or if I can marry him, his parents would approve, my mom I'm not too sure. Please help, I need to know what I can do!JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: SCJA: Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Is there anything else the Family Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: NoJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Because of issues with an older brother who has aspergers,
Because of issues with an older brother who has aspergers, my 16 year old daughter who recently graduated high school wants to become emancipated. There has been an ongoing disagreement about her boyfriend who is 20. Her father allows him to come over to his home, my husband and I don't. Her brother who went to school with the boyfriend doesn't want her to see him either and went so far as to try to throw him out of his fathers home resulting in my daughter getting hit in the face by my son. There is of course the underlying reason that she wants to move in with the boyfriend which I think is the real motivation behind this need to be emancipated. However since she now has her allegation of abuse by her brother, she may be seen as having a legimate reason to be emancipated. To tell the truth, since she has been with this young man, she has been increasingly more difficult, demanding, and rebellious. I am not sure that I wouold be opposed to her being emancipated to basically live with the consequences of her actions since any attempt to try to parent her has been to no avail. If emancipation is granted, by Mississippi law, what, if any, responsibilities would I have toward her.
I am wondering how I would go about getting emmancipated.
Hello I am wondering how I would go about getting emmancipated. Currently at the moment i have read the age of majority rules in my state so i am aware that it is possible for me to qualify for this. Currently i am above the age of majority, i live seperatley of my parents but reside with my grandparents and pay them rent, i have not recieved money from my parents in three years, and soon i will be going away to collage. I also currently have a job making minimum wage. Due to New York state law the four requirements for automatic emmancipation are be At least 16; Living separately from the parents; Not relying on parents for living expenses; and Able to manage his or her financial affairs. I am looking for emmancipation to be my own individual who is independent because in new york state untill you are 24 you are still under your parents. My question is how would i go about getting emmancipated and what would be the cost and time frame it would take to do so. Thank you
My ex-wife lives in Indiana, and our 17yr. old daughter wasView more family law questions
My ex-wife lives in Indiana, and our 17yr. old daughter was living with her. She came back to Colorado to live with her aunt because she was having problems with her mom, then the aunt didnt want her and shes been living with me since. I want to put her on a plane to go back to Indiana, shes not happy living with me (Im her dad). She wants to go back but her mom comes up with lame excuses to prevent it. Can I legally put her on a plane? We share custody