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Really Need Some Legal Advice...?
First Of All I Have 2 Kids 11 Yrs And 8 Yrs. I Have Been Divorced For 4 Years. I Fought A Custody Battle For A Year And A Half With My Ex Husband Who Only Wanted Out Of Paying Child Support So He Wanted Joint Custody Him Being Primary Custodian. The Court Gave Him Temporary Primary Custody With Me Paying Child Support To Him But I Took Care Of The Kids Just Like I Was Primary Custodian And He Saw Them Every Other Weekend And I Paid Child Support! But To Stop The Court Battles And Not To Mention All The Money Going Into Attorney'S Fees And To Him In Child Support, I Decided To Go To Mediation And We &Quot;Agreed&Quot; That He Would Keep The Kids 1 Week And I Would Have Them 1 Week And No Child Support Each Paying The Same For The Kids!
Now He Moved Almost An Hour Away, He Doesn'T Keep Them Like He'S Suppose To And I Am Paying For Everything. I Live In Ky. What Can I Do To Get This Into Court And Get Someone To Listen To My Side Of The Story And Believe Any Thing I Say. I Told The Judge The Last Time He Only Wanted Out Of Child Support And He Wouldn'T Listen So Please Any Advice Would Help!
Find some local attorney's. At minimum, they will give you a free consultation and tell you what they might be able to do to help. It might be worth spending a little money to hire an attorney at that point (after all, this is your kids) but if not at least you'll have some expert advice. Otherwise, I believe they have toll free numbers you can call for advice on matter like these. You could file another case and have it in front of judge, but you really want to be prepared prior to doing that. Unfortunately, I know a lot of people that just have to go through this and haven't been able to get it fixed - they just look at the bright side that at least they have their kids and aren't paying money anymore -- but there are ways that if you get the judge to agree, you can have his paychecks docked and that money sent to you...
Prepaid Legal Service, How Much Is True?
Someone Approach Me About The Prepaid Legal Service, It Is True, Legal Or Scam??? It Seams Good But I Want To Know More Before I Sign
Let Me Know
It's for real. I am a Prepaid Legal Member not an Associate. I don't sell the service but I use it and have found it to be very valuable. The service is great, anytime I have a legal question I can call and talk to a real local attorney to get the facts. They have reviewed contracts for me when I sold my business and made valuable suggestions. They have helped me resolve issues with an extended warranty that wasn't being honored.
Is It Allowable To Deduct The Cost Of Law Fees Associated With Divorce Proceedings?
Can You Deduct Your Lawyer'S Fees Or An Other Costs Incurred By Filing For Divorce? Federal As Well As State (Kentucky)?
Generally, legal expenses paid by one spouse in resisting the other's money demands in divorce are nondeductible personal expenses. However, legal expenses for collecting alimony under a divorce decree are deductible as a miscellaneous itemized deduction, subject to the two-percent floor.
I don't know for certain about Kentucky, but most of the states follow the Federal rules for income and deductions.
Need Legal Advice For &Quot;Driving Infraction&Quot; In State Of Michigan?
This Is For My Brother, Any Advice Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
He Has A Suspended License. He Drove His Friend To A Police Station To Get His Friends Vehicle Out Of Impound. His Friend Has No License Either, So They Would Not Release It. My Brother Did Not Go In. Being That A License Was Needed For A Release, They Drove Away. They Were Followed By A Cop Because They Thought It Was Suspicious They My Brother Did Not Go In To Sign For His Buddies Vehicle. They Stopped At A Store And The Cop Waited For Them To Leave And Then Pulled Them Over.
Directly Upon Leaving The Store, They Were Pulled Over.
They Had No &Quot;Reason&Quot; To Pull Him Over To Check His License. The Truck Is In My Other Brothers Name And His License Is Completely Clear - With No Infractions. They Were Obeying All Other Driving Laws At The Time .. He Is 40 Years Old And Was Not Looking For Trouble.
Does Anyone Have Any Information? I Think It Is Harassment And They Had No Probable Cause To Pull Them Over.
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Joint Custody - Pros And Cons?
Please! Need Some Info From Those In This Situation. My Son'S Father Wants Joint Custody (He Has Never Seen Him On A Regular Basis - His Choice, And Now, 6 1/2 Years Later?) I Realize I'M Selfish To Want To Keep My Son With Me, But I Think He'S Selfish As Well. My Son Likes Security - He Likes His Routine - Getting Up An Hour Earlier For School, Getting Home An Hour Later, Sleeping In Different Beds, All That Good Stuff - How Is That Good For A Child? We Had A Parenting Schedule (Which He Followed For About Two Months) 2 Years Ago (We Never Married), And He Is Consistently Late Paying Child Support And Still Owes Arrears. If It'S About The Money, He Can Keep It, But He Says My Son Doesn'T Know Much About His &Quot;Other&Quot; Family. I'M Pretty Sure He'Ll Throw In The Cultural Thing, Too. I Do What I Can And My Son And I Talk About Differences A Lot.
Seriously, If You Have Good Things To Say About It, Let Me Know, But I Definitely Want To Hear About Any Issues. Thank You!
I have joint custody with my ex for are daughter, but he has always been a responsible parent for the most part. He has always seen her very regularly, and even when he lived 2 hours away he would come and get her every friday and keep her till sunday. She was in school and he could not get her through the week then. He moved back to town after about six months away, because he wanted to be able to have her for his whole week. I have had problems with him bring her home if she get sick, because a mother knows how to handle these things mind you his wife has 3 children of her own. She should know how to handle them as well. They brought her home at 2 am one time so I could take her to the hospital( she was extremely ill), because they did not know where the children's hospital was in our area. It is 5 minutes from where we both live, and he grew up here. How do you have 4 kids between you the oldest 8 at the time, and not know where the only children's hospital in the area is. The other hospitals in the area will not even see kids. I also have had trouble getting him to pay for his half of her needs, but that has changed. I don't want you to think my daughters father is a bad guy. He is a good father, but he has his issues, and who doesn't. I am sure he could tell a couple not so shining stories on me too. If they are a good parent who loves their kids and tries to take care of them to the best of their abilities, I think joint custody is awesome. Though you do need to communicate with your ex for this situation to work out. So that the child has a similiar routine at both homes, and the same things are expected of them and the punishment is the same for bad behavior at both homes. If the father is not good with visitation and child support they have now. There is no way I would agree to joint custody. I would tell the father after they show that they can be responsible enough to carry out the previous orders of the court then I would consider it. I would not put my child through that. A father who is in and out of a child's life can be very damaging to their self esteem any ways, by promising things and not carrying through with them. The child wonders what they did to make dad not want to get them or whatever the broken promise was. The child somehow thinks they did something and that is why dad didn't keep their word. When they are older they start to question why other things seem to be more important to their dad than them. It can be very harmful to the child, and by allowing this type of father joint custody you would just open your child up to have their father dissapoint them more often, and make his life very unsettled. I do not think I would be worried about the money, but if he will not pay a court ordered support. Then I doudt he will help you to buy half of all the things a child needs. You can keep track of what they help you purchase or buy themselves, but it is not as easy to track as child support. So yes I think joint custody can be a beautiful thing between 2 responsible parents who are able to communicate with each other for the sake of their child. In your case I would not consider it till the father becomes much more responsible, or I think your child will become very hurt and have a very unstable life. You must have a strick schedule that is followed so as not to interrupte the childs life with joint custody. I have my daughter from one friday after school to the net friday when I send her to school. She then goes to her dad's after school on friday. When the school is closed on a friday she stays with the parent she is with till when school would let out then the other parent picks her up. We have the same bedtimes at both houses and the same meal times and bath times. We have exactly the same schedules at both house. Which we had to discuss at length so that everyone would be happy and able to manage our schedules. It is not easy, but we felt it best for our daughter. Unless you think your ex is responsible enough to handle this, and he clearly does not sound this responsible. Then I would say no for the reasons I already explained. Good Luck and you sound like a wonderful mother who is willing to put your child first.
I Have A Problem , I Cant Trust The People Around Me.In All Diffrent Cases.Eg Work,Relationships,Emotionally,,,What Do You Guys Suggest?? Plz Help
well, Trust is something people gain through their experiences. Your trust towards other people reflects your perception of them. Isn't there anybody really trustworthy? Did all of them hurt you the same to not trust at all? if the answer is yes, then you're case is an extreme case of paranoia. a psychological defence mechanism to prevent future hurts....
but Human beings are not Hurt-proof... you really can get hurt but it depends on you on how deeply you want to be. you can get out of an experience losing trust to only 1 person, but use your wisdom, knowing that 1 person should not change your whole preception in life most especially your Trust issue.
dont worry, though trust is not fixable. you can surely start building a new one with a new person.