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My wife is trying to fight of her grandchildren. The reason

My wife is trying to fight for custody of her grandchildren. The reason is for neglect, emotional abuse, drug use and sale of drugs, mental disorder of mother, and a host of other reasons. First off the children are almost two years of age and 6 months of age. The two year old has been with us from three weeks old until parents took her back last month. I am looking for an experienced attorney with sex offender cases of custody and visitation to guide us in this matter. I have discussed with a criminal attorney and we are pursuing to be relieved of sex offender requirements. We do have evidence and witnesses to the allegations we are alleging on the parents.Advice desperatley needed

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If you work out of the country (US) and pay taxes in that

If you work out of the country (US) and pay taxes in that country, is it possible for the court to use your job in deciding child support? Also, if you have job out of country but you have a job inside the US, are they able to just use the job currently in the US to determine child support?

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Ezekiel has had bruises on him. Alan had a sex offender

Ezekiel has had bruises on him. Alan had a sex offender charge in Kansas.....he told Michelle in 2015. She married him June 10, 2016.....just so she could work at the club again.

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Would someone be able to press slander charges for

Would someone be able to press slander charges for mentioning sex offender in a private message to someone else? I was concerned for 2 minors and the person left one state to reside elsewhere. Question is why did he leave or what is he hiding by being here?It was private and just to express concern. No public shaming, no loss of reputation, no fiancial damage. Just curious if the person has a chanceJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state you're in?Customer: NebraskaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Nope, but the person i was concerned about was shown the private message by the person I was trying to help (his minor kids who are step kids to the person ).JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Nope

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ELI5 (Explain Like Im 5) Florida Rule 12.080(c). Service of

ELI5 (Explain Like Im 5) Florida Rule 12.080(c). Service of Pleadings and Filing of Documents -Defaulted Parties. No service need be made on parties against whom a default has been entered, except that:(1) Pleadings asserting new or additional claims against defaulted parties shall be served in the manner provided for service of summons contained in Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.070.(2) Notice of final hearings or trials and court orders shall be served on defaulted parties in the manner provided for service of pleadings and papers contained in Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.080.(3) Final judgments shall be served on defaulted parties as set forth in Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.080(h)(2).I have initiated child custody case and the other party has defaulted for failure to reply. No final judgement has been made yet. A motion for default has been entered and the clerk has filed the default against the defendant forms 922(a) and 922(b)How does rule affect my filing of documents that support my initial petition?How does it affect my filing on a amended proposed parenting plan?

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I am in pro per. I just saw on the court website docket that

I am in pro per. I just saw on the court website docket that my ex filed a abstract of support judgement issue. What does this mean? And what do I need to do to defend this?

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What is the average age of a child in divorce? In divorces

What is the average age of a child in divorce? In divorces with children, what is the age range and percentage of those ages?As an example only of what I am looking for: In divorces with children 50% of those divorces have children between the age of 1-5; 25% have children between the age of 6-10, etc...

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My wife and I have been going through divorce, custody,

My wife and I have been going through divorce, custody, visitation and all that stuff. Today she mentioned that she wants to talk to me because I let my daughter eat fatty food and I don't follow the diet that is in place (by her mom). I'm not trying to be mean, rude or just go against my soon to be exwife. But she just doesn't want me to see my daughter and is against anything I do. Do I have to do and do I have to feed my daughter what my soon to be exwife says?Just a little extra information: In court she had claimed my daughter has a protein intolerance and needs special care (which is a lie). She was seeking full legal custody and visitation as agreed by mother (it was denied).

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Please. I have been disabled since 2001. I was single then

please. I have been disabled since 2001. I was single then and receiving ssi and ssdi, which I had my medicare and medicaid at the time. I had got married in june of 2012 and they stopped my smaller check along with my medicaid because my husbands income was too high. Now we'll be officially divorced in a bout a week give or take few extra days, will my medicaid and my ssdi start up again automatically? I'm still disabled and that most likely will not get better. I am on a lot of medications and since I am on my own again I need the transportation to the several different doctors I see weekly as well as the pt-1 transportation to and from my appointments.. It's not totally finalized but we have no kids together, I dont want anything from him and I don't have anything regardless of if he wanted something from me.. We both waived it so we don't have to go to a final court thing, date, not sure.. We'll just be divorced and I'll be homeless then as well as I am having a hard time being able to afford housing.JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I'm sorry Im in Goffstown, NH currently but will be trying to obtain some kind of housing in Manchester, NH because that is where all my doctors and things are atJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I wasn't sure if I could tell them before hand because the process is started and almost complete, So I guess no not yet because I figured I would need the final judgement or whatever it is the actual Divorce DocumentJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think that's about it, just want to know what to do and what I am entitled to again if anything

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