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Please. After mediation and MOU, my attorney put a lien on
Hi, yes, please. After mediation and MOU, my attorney put a lien on "my sole and separate property that is to remain my sole and separate property" The opposing attorney said he had it in his trust but I found out toninght that my soon to be ex has it and will give it to me but doesn't know what to do. Can the attorney lien my sole and separate property not a part of the divorce settlement? And do it underhanded while I was inquiring about my last bill and settling? Can my husband give my money to me? It's mine. Just not different than the property settlement of $3,000 I get a month to be written out of his account containing over $400,000JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: NevadaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Yes, they have researched. I have researched there is no reason for them to hold the money (even though they aren't, my husband will willingly release it but is scared of threats)JA: What advice did they give you?Customer: That it's really hard to get money once it's in someone else's hands (the opposing counsel's trust) I even said to just pay the attorney, pay my bills and act as my bill payer and give me my money, but he won't release it. Then tonight I find out Steve has it. Opposing attorney had no right to do this. And Husband's attorney is lying. So, can my previous attorney put a lein on sole and separate property my husband was to pay me the next day, weeks later?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: He's causing cash flow problems.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: How long until I would get a reply? And what could the fees run up to? How much is the attorney per minute?
Under the terms of a Mediated Agreement; referenced within a
Under the terms of a Mediated Agreement; referenced within a Marriage Dissolution (State of Florida); the father has care of the children at the latter end of the Summer Break, 2016. That Agreement states: “When defining vacation or academic break periods, the period shall begin at the end of the last scheduled day of classes before the holiday or break and shall end on the first day of regularly scheduled classes after the holiday or break unless specified.”This morning, the father should have ended his time-sharing and returned the children to their school. He did not do so. He is holed up with the children at a hotel nearby to the children's school. He refuses to return them to the mother and refuses to allow the mother to even see the children.The Sheriff's Department are unwilling to assist. Firstly they said that they needed to see the appropriate documentation. Then, when it had been obtained, they said that this is a civil matter and they will not intervene. Hours have been wasted. Thus, the children are being held by the father and prevented from contact with the mother (the parent who should have supervision).We are certain that he is in contempt of court by his actions but do not seem to be able to make any progress. We want to contact a Family Lawyer but none seem to be available at this time: 4:30 pm EDT. Would there be any kind of out-of-hours service which could seek a judgment ordering that the father hand over the children, please?Following their return, we would seek a contempt ruling and damages (mother is losing pay, among other costs). Do you have any idea how long it will take to:a) get the children back to the mother.b) seek action against the father as to his future conduct and payment of damages.Thank you.
My ex-wife called the hotel I had reservations at with my
My ex-wife called the hotel I had reservations at with my children pretending to be my wife in order to "confirm" my reservations. When she found out i had canceled the reservations, she became irate and demanded to know who changed the reservations and was insistent that I was staying there. the Desk clerk was concerned enough she called me to confirm the reservations were canceled. Is it a crime for her to impersonate my wife to obtain personal information about me? the call was recorded. How do I obtain a copy of the recording?JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: We live in NJ, but the reservations were in TN.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I emailed my friend who is a family lawyer. I have been representing myself Pro Se in the past 4 post divorce motions I have had to file.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Where we live? we live in New Jersey. both my ex and I. the Hotel was in Tennessee.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: She is also stalking my wife. She (my ex) drove 40 min (35 miles) out of her way with the children to try to get them to tell her where my wife lives. We currently have two houses while I try to sell my house.
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Pennsylvania. Married in 08 separated in 13, divorced in
Pennsylvania. Married in 08 separated in 13, divorced in 2015. Had a baby boy in 09 (now 7). The divorce was final along with the child support in 2015. Our son primarily lives with his mother since the separation in 2013 and we have been amicably in exchanging and working out the schedule with our son. I see him 2 overnights per week. I want to try to get it increased to 3 one week and 4 the following week. Is this something difficult to do? Earlier this year ex wife's new husband and I got into a domestic issue which caused a major ript between us. There is no amicable relationship now
If a father is noncustodial parent on child support
If a father is noncustodial parent on child support documentation established in Virginia while the child at the time was living in Georgia with his mother. What are the rights of the father in decisions of child location and living, what are the fathers rights?Can the mother rightfully withhold the child from the father?If the mother moves across country(Kansas) to another state does she have to inform the state for which she is getting child support from?How long can a mother receive child support if the hild is no longer with her and lives with a family member else where?
I am looking 5th lawyer. Current one is being pushed around
I am looking for my 5th lawyer. Current one is being pushed around under all the terms / conditions of my wifes lawyer to bleed the process. We have 2 contracts and I see both lawyers bleeding this. How can I find a lawyer who is going to be a tiger in the court room? What can I look up or ask a family lawyer to interview for the agressive one that will inturn but my wife's lawyer on her heels. We have only been replying / answering their complaints. Yet I need to fire away the truth and facts leading the way for a constructive complete, accurate discussion.
My husband and I were contacted by a former coworker of sView more family law questions
Hi. My husband and I were contacted by a former coworker of his that she had a baby and my husband is the father. My husband admits to having slept with her on one occasion. We also know she was in a relationship with someone else. My husband is questioning the paternity. I told her without a test, we don't care. My husband wants nothing to do with her or the child. She did name the child after him. We want to force her to do a DNA test since she refused over the phone. Can she refuse to do the DNA test? And if we choose to ignore her, can she come after him later on? Right now my husband is a full time student and I am the primary source of income. She knows we are well off and I feel she just wants money. She never mentioned anything until after the baby was born. My other question is how can she name the baby with my husband's surname if he was not present and did not voluntarily accept paternity. Thank you.JA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I am just now looking into it. She called us over the weekend. So no.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No. That covers it.JA: 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.