My children's father reused to sign passport documents for
My children's father reused to sign passport documents for our 2 under aged children (11+14). I live in Cleveland, Ohio and wanted to take them ti Niagara Falls for my son's 15 birthday celebration with 4 other family members (2 adults, 2 childs). He was in board at first now he is holding it against me because I woud not let him come and get the kids oneday because he made plans with them without asking me first and npow this is his chance to get payback. I don't eant to play games with their father, I just want to broaden my children's horizons and provide them with some worldly experiences and family vacations. What can I do to get a court to here my plea if the father has shared parenting rights?
Are General Magistrates equipped to handle hearings where a
Are General Magistrates equipped to handle hearings where a motion for default and default has been entered related to paternity and Custody? I received an Order of Referral to GM and a Case Management Conference/ Pre Trial notice.Im wondering if id be better off to object to the referral and have a judge hear it. If it is fine to be heard by a GM, is it recommended that I reserve my right to exceptions?
I am trying to find out if i have a case to receive
i am trying to find out if i have a case to receive compensation from my ex husbandJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: we were divorced in 2006 and he left the country in 2009 when our children were minors. he recently returned 2 months ago. coincidently all of our children are now of legal age we were divorced in orange county floridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: i just have our original divorce agreement which stated shared parental responsibility which was impossible since he resided in another country. I am trying to find a lawyer to see if I have a case or notJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: not at this time. I just want to know if this is something to look in to or not
I have a question about custody of a young child (12 months
Good evening, I have a question about custody of a young child (12 months old) in the case of divorce in the state of Florida. I'm the mother, married to the father. I'm sure there's no specific answer you can really give but I'm looking for some reassurance. I feel trapped in my marriage because we have such a young baby and I could not bear being apart from him for even one night and I'm scared that if I divorced my husband I would have to be apart from my baby due to joint custody. Is there any general way the courts in FL usually handle physical custody of young children? (Where the baby resides and sleeps every night)? I'm his mother and he needs to be with me.
My ex and I separated 8 months ago, were not married, have a
My ex and I separated 8 months ago, were not married, have a 4yr old son, and currently have a shared parenting agreement to which he is the residential parent for school purposes and I am the residential for any benefits. Our time split is actually more like 65%/35%, with me having more time. We had a verbal agreement on child support, which he paid for 2 months, and stopped, refusing to help with simple expenses such as clothes, shoes, and haircuts. I went to go file for child support and found out that since we had that specific residential wording in our agreement, I am not able to file for support. My ex is a prosecutor and had one of his friends draw up this agreement (I know, I should've known better!), and I didn't realize it would preclude me from getting support. My question is: can I and how do I go about changing the agreement to have me as the residential parent? I don't want to change any of the actual time either of us has him, just the status of the agreement to be able to get a little financial help.This is not something my ex will go for easily either.Thank you, ***** ***** would be greatly appreciated!
PEARL, SORRY......Pearl, I wrote you and was contacted by an
pEARL,JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: SORRY......Pearl, I wrote you and was contacted by an atty but I forget his name and lost the message he left me on voicemail. Any way you can find that info?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I wrote in May...unsure of date of letter. My divorce was final 2009, I live in Kansas.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: My letter in May reviewed some issues of my divorce and shared parenting issues. My atty was only 'present' for proceedings, never interceding on my behalf. My husband sold marital property during divorce, withheld alimony the last year it was due and paid mortgage late forcing me an extra year before refi on current home causing loss of income, I borrowed $50k in school loans to be work ready, child support never increased although I am residential parent and children currently are ages 17,15 and 12, and husband drops childrens insurance when he needs extra money. Entire profit from our first home lost to his credit card debt, I left marriage with no assets although I entered marriage with no debt and $11,000. but main issue now is children. Original divorce agreement states he is to have them rotating weekends and one night/wk. Husband watched children when I became employed every weekend I worked without legally changing agreement but complained all the time. I discover he has left children alone on the weekends for 12 hours or more, even when they were with him only every other and much younger. Sometimes with no food. My 17 yr old has failing grades, and all children's activities have been up to me, therefore they are very limited. Husband will not co-parent or agree on issues, shows up unexpectedly to take children, does not leave emergency contact info for me or kids, is basically available only when he wants to be. He only works 10 days a month, but claims he is 'always at work'. I now am in committed relationship with very stable partner, after my husband stated he was not available to drive kids and suggested I not take another job (I will be taking on full and part time employment to pay bills soon) in order to drive children-he reminds me on occasion that he 'pays me to do this job'-referring to raising our children. So I suggest that we return to the every other wkend schedule or that I take full custody because if I am at work, my partner is available and more than willing to co-parent. My ex-husband is never around for emergencies, not for the wreck my 17 yr old had a month ago, but myself and my partner are. The children always have a responsible adult present in my home. Now- my ex husband is threatening to fight the original every-other weekend agreement stating 'his concern for the welfare of the kids'. He shows up unannounced and removes children from my home today. I am afraid he is also manipulating them regarding my desires, as both my 15 and 17 yr olds texted me tonight saying 'to leave us at dads house this weekend, even though he wont be home fri-monday, there is plenty of food'.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: What do I do? I don't want my children neglected, I don't want them manipulated. I know I cannot make someone be a parent, but my life and my children's lives constantly revolve around this man-we don't know when he's showing up, if he is going to pick my child up from school or practice, if he is driving this week...etc. Its ridiculous. There is no life for any of us because this person refuses to cooperate or comply-everything is a power play. I just think having the kids full time would help so much with stability, happiness, safety, security and predictability. There wouldn't be two separate homes with conflicting rules. But my husband - who objected to having them more at one time-refuses to have them less--even though he isn't home at all!!!! That it. I am an RN, Kevin Miner-my husband is a contract physician who makes 20k working only 10 days a month. He spends money stupidly, has a new fiancé (social worker helping him write these letters to me regarding my children) and whenever he is low on money, drops the kids insurance or denies someone something instead of just picking up a few shifts. Like he stated once, he became a Dr. so he 'wouldn't have to work hard like everyone else'. HeJA: 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 in Florida and my ex wife and I have shared parental
I'm in Florida and my ex wife and I have shared parental responsibility. She recently enrolled my daughter in a daycare without discussing this matter with me and refuses to place me on the pick up list even during my timesharing and is requesting I drop her off there and then have to deal with my ex's grandmother to pick my daughter up during my timesharing. Is there anything I can do so that I can pick my daughter up and can the daycare prevent me from picking her up on my time?
Had children (twins) with a guy in Louisiana when I was
Had children (twins) with a guy in Louisiana when I was younger. We split up and we agreed to split the custody 50/50. He's gone back on his word and I haven't gotten to see my girls. I never signed any papers at all relinquishing my parental rights or anything like that at all. I now live in SC he is still in LA. Dont know my options and lawyers round here are too expensive!