My fiance is from Peru and has a daughter who is six years
My fiance is from Peru and has a daughter who is six years old. We are in the process of working out a deal with the father of the child so he will sign an authorization so that the child can leave Peru and live here in the USA.Part of that deal is a legal contract stating things like "this person will let the other person talk with his child when he is so inclined to speak with his child, etc" as well as an agreement that the father will see the child for at least once per year, for a month at a time. There may even be a clause in which the mother promises that only she, and no one else, will be alone with the child... Not even me, the step father. This is born of the biological father's supposed mistrust of me (which is completely irrational).All this should be completely negotiated and signed in about a month, in Peru. So my question is, does a contract like this, signed in Peru, actually have any legal power over how we will live in the USA? Is it even enforceable, and how? By what laws? How could we defend ourselves if he were to try to take legal action, or could he even go that far while we're in the USA?
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If we have a separation agreement from 5 years ago and we
if we have a separation agreement from 5 years ago and we didn't file it in the nys court can it be incorporated into non contested divorceJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: nysJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I divorced my husband without counsel after 13 years of
Hi There, I divorced my husband without counsel after 13 years of marriage back in September 2015. I moved out of the family home with the children in October 2015. In May of 2016 my ex-husband convinced me to move back to the family home with the children and we have been here ever since. My question is in regards ***** ***** decree. Is the decree still valid as far as parenting time schedule, custody, child support, and alimony if I was to now move out of the family home with the children?Thank you,Katie.
I am going through a divorce. My ex spouse met a guy on Xbox
I am going through a divorce. My ex spouse met a guy on Xbox Live in August, realized feelings for him in September, carried out an emotional affair until February, and drove to West Virginia to consummate their relationship at that time. Yes this is real life, and no this is not a prank! At that point, after failed reconciliation attempts, I filed for divorce.We have two minor children, and my ex is now engaged to this man. It is my belief based upon communications that she is trying to obtain primary custody and move them out of state to be with him. These are two toxic people with a toxic relationship, and it is the last thing my kids need in their lives.In May, well after filing divorce, I decided not to be a martyr and live the next year in solitary confinement. I met somebody. She lives in Chicago, and will be moving down here to get married. As the divorce proceedings began in February, clearly my new partner has nothing to do with my divorce causation.Here is the question. We filed a notice to produce on her text messages with her fiance' because we believe that they will be revealing on her plans to move to West Virginia post decree. We also believe they will expose these toxic individuals for the unfit parents of my children that they are. In retaliation, they put me on notice to produce my text messages with my own fiance'. How are two people who are engaged to other people still married? Ask our wonderful court system. But nonetheless.We clearly have grounds to request the communications between my ex and her paramour, but what grounds would she have for requesting my communications that are not material to the divorce or its causation in any way?
I am a Maryland resident. I opened a child support case for
I am a Maryland resident. I opened a child support case for my twins 8 years ago. My husband and I reconciliated and I closed the case. However there was a clause that stayed he has to pay the money directly to me. The case was reopened and child support made the arrears back to the original date. He did not pay the money directly to me but contributed to the household when he worked. He wants to go to court what are my options as the plaintiff?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MarylandJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes the case is reopenedJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No that is it
My wife has had a drug problem for a while. I approached her
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If my sister 55 calls to come pick her up as she wants to
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My boyfriend and I live in the state of. He was legally
My boyfriend and I live in the state of Virginia. He was legally separated from his wife for eleven months (him in Virginia and her in Japan.) My boyfriend's wife moved to Virginia in July and have one child together. Does their separation period restart to another year until the divorce can be filed?