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Asked in Custody
What could happen if i took my ex wife to court because she only lets me see my three kids every other weekend?
If your ex wife is violating the visitation order then you can file a motion for contempt of a court order. If she continues to violate the court ordered visitation then she can lose custody. Stay on top of the situation. If you don't have a visitation order then petition the court and request one. Once ordered by the court visitation schedules must be obeyed. If your ex wife is violating the visitation order then you can file a motion for contempt of...
Asked in Child Support
Do have to go through child support even if you know where he is working?
You need to request a child support order from the Family Court in order to get child support. If he is not paying the amount ordered by the court you must return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order. Child support issues must be handled through the court. You need to request a child support order from the Family Court in order to get child support. If he is not paying the amount ordered by the court...
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
What do you need to supeona phone records from a business?
File an action with a competent court with jurisdiction and then you can request a subpoena from the court for necessary records. ...
Asked in State Laws, DIY Projects
Which court do you request an expungement from to regain rights for a convected felon in Georgia?
such expungement action is usually done by an attorney through the court
Does a non custodial parent need a court ordered to have visitation right?
Yes. If there is a custody order that means the case has been through a court process. The non-custodial parent must request that the court establish a visitation schedule. ...
What is the legal definition of a stay?
It is a temporary suspension of an action or process ordered by the court. ADDED: In the legal context, a stay is a court order preventing further action until a future event occurs, or the order is lifted. It is not necessarily, temporary. ...
Asked in Child Support
Can you sue for back child support that is not court ordered?
No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. No. You must establish the arrears by virtue of a court order and non-payment of the court ordered child support. ...
Asked in Custody, Law & Legal Issues
My ex was court ordered at age 13 to have specialized treatment after admitting sexual molestation. Can a court order be issued to request information for Sexually Maladaptive Behavior?
You need to direct that question to your attorney.
Can DHR file a contempt against an eighteen year old minor who did have a guardian ad litem but was ordered to pay child support?
In Georgia, the answer is mixed. If the person is under the state mandated age of adulthood (17 in GA) and is COURT ORDERED (not DHR) to pay child support, then DHR can request the originating court to file an order of contempt or charge the minor with violation of a court order. In both cases, this would come from the Court at the request of DHR, nto from DHR directly. ...
Asked in Custody, Child Support
What are father's visitation rights when he lives out of state and his children live in South Dakota with their mother?
That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered schedule that may include some school vacations and some time during the summer vacations. That matter must be addressed by the court that has jurisdiction over the divorce and the children. The father must file a petition for visitation and request a court ordered schedule that may include some school vacations and some...
Asked in Court Procedure
What is a written or oral request made to a court for certain action to be taken?
This is called a "motion." The party "moves" or "makes a motion" for certain action to be taken such as dismissal of a case. ...
Can one parent keep a child from the other parent without court orders?
The answer depends on several factors that include marital status of the parents. Generally, if the parents are legally married one parent cannot keep the child from the other parent. If the parents are not married and there is no court-ordered visitation the mother can keep the child from the father but the father can petition the court to establish his paternity and request a visitation schedule ordered by the court. Unwed mothers generally have sole custody until the father takes some action...
Asked in Custody, Criminal Law, Court Procedure
During a trial the opposing lawyers have the opportunity to file motions what is the real purpose of filing a motion?
To request that the court (the judge) consider, and grant, some action the attorney wishes to take, or request that court direct the opposing side to do something. ...
Asked in Child Support
Does a man have to take a DNA test immediately after he received child support review paper in Texas?
As soon as court ordered, but he usually has to request it. see links
Is it comptent of court if you refuse a court ordered drug test?
If it is ordered by the courts, and you do not have a good excuse why you will not. Then yes it is. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
What is a stay of delay application?
This could get a bit confusing . . . but . . . it sounds as if a motion requesting the delay of a court ruling or an action has been submnitted to the court. The opposing side wishes to argue against the request for delay, and has answered that request with an application (i.e.: motion) to "stay" the delay request (in other words NOT grant the request for delay). Clear now?? ...
He says the baby is not his and wont talk to you?
when things get cool ... call and tell him hey if you dont believe me then lets take a DNA test. take him to court, get a court ordered paternity test and request child support. ...
Asked in Custody, Law & Legal Issues, Court Procedure
Can you file a contempt of court charge and request the hearing be held on the same day as a court hearing you already have scheduled?
You can request it, but your request will most likely be denied. The other party must be served with the contempt action and must be given ample opportunity to review and to prepare to respond before any hearing. ...
Asked in Custody, Birth Certificates
If the father does not sign the birth certificate because the baby does not keep his last name does he still have the responsibility to pay child support?
Yes he does. The mother can request a court-ordered paternity test. If the test is positive then the court will issue a child support order and the father can request a visitation order as well. ...