Is there a time limit to sign custody papers?
Even though your sister has temporary custody of you can your mom still sign the papers for you to get married?
You would need the signature of the person who has custody of you at the time. Read More
no time limit Read More
Divorce papers are filed and recorded as soon as it is final. Read More
How long should it take for an attorney to draw up divorce papers? Read More
the die can only cut through five paperrs at a time Read More
the one that has the child at least 51% of the time Read More
There is no "minimum time limit for extradition." If the person is being held for extradition - once the process has begun it takes as long as it takes. It is nowhere near as easy as simply driving over the state line and picking them up. A formal inter-state legal and administrative process must be begun and followed in order to legally take custody of the defendant and remove them from one state to another… Read More
If you have joint custody with standard visitation and not living in the same city and you were to move near your ex is it possible to fight for 50 50 residential custody?
Certainly! Now that you live closer there is no reason you can't have the courts revise the custody papers and you have split custody of the child(ren). However, the two of you are adults and it's best (if you trust each other) that you try to settle things between you without having to go to court. If your ex is uncooperative it's time to have those custody papers revised. Read More
.You should be able to sign a contract at any time. Most contracts do not require a certain time of the day for the contract to be signed. Many contracts have a time limit Read More
First, there is a time limit for filing an appeal, and you need to take the time to properly prepare evidence for the argument. The late James Cook, the father of joint custody was a friend, and he recommended preparing at least three months of evidence. Have you also considered Bird Nest Custody? see links below Read More
For as long as the vehicle has a handicap plate or decal displayed. If there is an official sign specifying a time limit, then that time limit would apply. Read More
Jon and Kate Gosselin have stated their intention is to share custody of the children equally. Divorce papers were filed on June 23, 2009, at that time the division of assets and custody arrangements were not finalized. Read More
What happens next if a partner does not sign the divorce papers first time Read More
After physical custody of a child was awarded to the father by the court and joint custody to mother can the mother get physical custody.?
Yes if she can prove that it would be the the child's best interest to be with her physically. Custody orders can change at any time. If there is a sign of danger from the child being with the father, the mother can gain physical custody. Read More
It all depends on your attorney, and time, If the papers are not signed in a 'reasonable amount of time the lawyer can insert a clause to have it approved if the other person is just holding out, and will make it miserable not to. Read More
You may be eligible for a default divorce if your spouse refuses to sign the papers when served. There is usually an amount of time each state gives to sign the divorce documents when served and return. If after that amount of time (usually 30 days) documents have not been signed and returned, a default divorce might be in order. Read More
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There is no limit on filings, however a judge for order a stop to frivolous filings. Read More
This depends on the backlog of cases the judge has to review. In most cases, it will be three to four months at the most from the time the papers are filed. Read More
Go to your lawyers office. they have court appeals for this all the time Read More
If they have already been arraigned there is no statutory time limit for the next step except for the "speedy trial" rule, and many (most?) defense attorneys routinely waive this time limit in order to better prepare their cases. Read More
If in the state of Georgia the time frame is 30 days.....give it 31. Read More
There is no specific time limit for awarding custody. Although the court tries to be as expediant as possible for the benefit of all the concerned parties. The time frame depends on factors such as the willingness of the parents to compromise,other persons being allowed to testify on behalf of a parent, or persons with a legal right to submit evidence or objection to the custody petition, and so on. Read More
If a single father, yes, as you have no assumed rights to the child. If married, generally not, but the application of this is less clear as the police rarely ask the mother to prove she has custody. As such, you get arrested and by the time you clear it up, she has filed against you. see link Read More
Basically, an advisory speed limit sign is posted when there is an area of roadway where a hazard could occur. Example; a highway has a speed limit of 45mph. A curve that has a bridge directly on the other side may have a spped limit advisory of 35 mph. This limit is not, as some beleive, the maximum safe limit, but is the speed which gives the driver greatest chance of avoiding a problem if… Read More
You signed joint custody papers with your ex and they say there is no child support but he doesnt get her for equal time as you He gets her on weekends Is there any way you can still get child support?
You may be able to petition the court to modify your custody order which includes a request for child support going forward. Read More
Yes. A person can refuse to sign divorce papers. However, that kind of behavior will drive up the legal costs for both parties and result in the court making decisions for you. It will also lengthen the time period needed to obtain the divorce. In the United States you cannot prevent your spouse from obtaining a divorce by refusing to sign. Read More
The time limit a seller has to sign a real estate contract will be part of the contract the buyer writes with his agent. Typically a buyer will get a recommendation from his Realtor what is customary in the local market. This can vary from giving the seller just a few hours, up to several days or more. Read More
How quickly can you sign your name? There's no time limit imposed on purchases based on other purchases. If your credit is marginal, you may have difficulty obtaining a loan, but in general as long as your credit is good and you have sufficient income to make both the house and car payments, you could hop in your new car and drive directly over to sign the house papers. Read More
In the process of getting one... I was told the governors have a 90-day time limit to review and sign. Read More
The non custodial parent can sign the child up for activities that are to be done during vistations as long as the custodial parent is okay with it. If the custodial parent objects it comes down to what type of legal custody arrangement is in place. If legal custody (decision making ability) is shared then each parent has the right to decide on activities for the child during their time. If you have joint legal… Read More
A Listing Agreement is what is normally signed. It is a contract, so read it carefully. It defines the payments to the realitor and the length of time. Read More
If one spouse will not agree to a divorce, it then becomes a "Contested Divorce" and it's time to lawyer up and get ready for court. Read More
In the state of Texas if the spouse doesn't sign the divorce papers you have to file a dissoultion of marriage and they have a certain amount of time and then the judge will grant the divorce. Where do you get the dissoultion papers from. how do you file them and how long does the judge wait before granting the divorce Read More
Typically you cannot. You sign your rights away at the time you sign the financing papers. It MAY be possible to file a motion with the court to request a hearing to delay the process, but I SERIOUSLY doubt that it would do any good. Read More
Move with someone? Who is the someone? I am assuming its another person you are in a relationship with. I would say no you do not need custody in place if you and the child other parent are in good terms and no one parent rights are being violated. Custody battles are a headache. Try to work it out with the other parent to save money and time. Thank you. Read More
Do you have to wait for an incarcerated spouse to sign divorce papers. Do they have the right to refuse?
I believe you can file for divorce and put a time limit on the signing of the papers and if that isn't done within the time then you can have a judge grant you a divorce. I think you also have to place and ad in the paper stating that you have filed for this type of divorce to make the notice public. Get your phone book out and call a few attorneys in the… Read More
Since none of the circumstances are known, this is impossible to answer. Be happy that you weren't serving your time jail. Read More
Yes. Temporary custody is usually limited to the time period stated on the custody order. It must be renewed. Temporary custody would be extinguished by a permanent custody order. Read More
Is it possible to back out of an auto purchase if you have the car in your possession but the main borrower has not signed any papers?
Even if the main borrower has signed the papers, legally you have 3 days from the time you sign the papers to be able to take the vehicle back and say you have changed your mind. So just take it back and say I've changed my mind. Read More
Full time working papers are not available in NYC or Buffalo. Regular working papers are all you can get. Read More
Absolutely. It's written into the terms of the contract that you sign when you borrow the money. His money.... His terms. Read More
Theres no way she could MAKE you sign off your children. In a divorce you have to fight to try and get custody or visitation time with the kids. And being a father it is hard so you need to fight hard to get what you want and deserve. Read More
Filed child custody papers first but your ex filed papers too but was not served first Does that make your court date null and void?
Time and location of filing is important. Not service of papers, although they are needed to complete the court action. In short, no it does not effect your court date however, you both need to inform your respective courts of the other case. The courts will them consolidate the cases or detemine which has juridiction and dismiss the other case. Read More
What is the time period in New York state that the police have once in custody for suspected DUI for the police to breathalize?
there is no time limit. it acctually works in favor of the person under arrest, but if you are under arrest and try to delay this prcess it is considered to be a refusal and you will lose your drivers license. Read More
Unless you have already been arrested, booked, and and in custody, which places you under the rules of the "speedy trial" provision, there is no such time limit. A criminal investigation can take as long as it takes. Read More
Can you lose custody of your child in a divorce without notification what so ever even if your in default for not responding to divorce papers in time?
This question would be better addressed to your lawyer, but basically... yes. You were notified: you got divorce papers. Since you chose to do nothing about them, the court is entirely justified in assuming you're not terribly interested in the outcome and awarding a default judgment of whatever the other party asks for on the grounds that if you had cared, you would have responded. (That said, custody is not a once-for-all matter. You can… Read More