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Can my wifes ex come and just visit his daughter because they pay child support in state of IL?

A:  With a few exceptions, a biological father has every right in the world to see his child. However, you make it sound like this matter has already been through the courts at one point when you stated "The judge ruled that if he ever wanted to see her he would have to petition the court". So I'll ask a few questions to clarify the post. Where was the original custody approved? If not in Illinois, did mom have the court's permission to move out of state? When support was ordered was visitation also ordered? Did the bio-dad attend any of these hearings? Please let me know....

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CP Moving, can he if...?

A:  What does your son''s order say in regards to moving out of state?...

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can he stop visitation w/out CO?

A:  No he can''t stop you from having your court ordered visitation because of back child support. You probably need to file to modify the visitation order though, since you have moved out of state. I suggest filing contempt for interfering with your visitation, but also be aware that he could do that to you for not paying your court ordered child support. Don''t let that stop you though. A judge isn''t going to keep your kid from you just because you owe back support. child support and visitation are separate issues. Do you have an attorney that helped with your divorce? He may be able to recommend someone in your new state to help you file whatever is necessary. It...

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Does Having the Father’s Name on the Birth Certificate Make A Difference If I Leave the state?

A:  “I live in New Mexico and got pregnant in July 2006. Two weeks after I found out I was pregnant I found out my boyfriend was using drugs and I asked him to move out and we broke up. Since then he has been arrested and is in jail. My question now is, if I put his name on the birth certificate so my child will have access to his fathers identity when he or she grows up, can I still move back to California to be near my family after the baby is born without having to worry about future kidnapping charges? Even though right now the father doesn’t appear to be concerned about either of us, people do change and I don’t want to have to worry about him coming after me someday. Is it a bad idea to put the name on the birth certificate? I am not worried...

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help Sons in different state than i dont know what to do

A:  If you want custody or visitation rights, you will have to file in the state in which your son and mother reside. You will have to serve legal papers on her.  Frankly, in this day and age, it is pretty hard to just disappear.  But, if you don't know her address, you likely will have to find it to have a shot at accomplishing your goals.  You can try a search engine like zabasearch.com or you can hire a private investigator who may need one or two hours to track down her current address.  The info from the PI should be more reliable than what you might find on the Internet.  I would consult  family law attorney in the relevent state.  He or she...

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i want soul custody of my sonand i want to know my chances

A:  I would say you stand a good chance of getting sole physical custody or maybe restricted visitation for him. With his history of domestic violence and drug use I doubt if he can contest custody. I would strongly suggest getting a lawyer. You will probably have to file in NH. ya i am just worried that they will look down on me for moving out of state even if it was in fear of my own life i honestly believe he has a chance at a better and happier life down here with me since he already knows my fiance better then his own father If you had moved WITH the child and without permission of the father, that would be looked on negatively. But since you left the

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I am hoping to talk to a former employee of Progressive. Do they train employees to handle claims unfairly?

A:  If you disagree with a decision then you need to file a complaint with the Department of Insurance in your state. Progressive by law is not suppose to be talking to you. Once you have an attorney they are suppose to only talk to your attorney. Since your attorney is getting a lot of your money you need to speak to him and if he doesn''t return your phone calls consider finding a new attorney. In the meantime all you can do is file a Complaint with the Insurance Commissioner or Department of Insurance in your state. I think that you should get way more than that. You should sue the driver for everything that he has. He knew that he was drunk, and still the agency that has his insurance wants to put you at 20% to...

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Are there any legal ramifications for taking my daughter to another state?

A:  Unmarried fathers have rights and duties similar to those of married fathers. Couples who are living together but are not married should take steps to ensure that both are recognized as the legal parents. Both parents can be listed on the birth certificate. A parent who is not listed may be able to be added after the birth of a child if the parent contacts the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in which the birth took place. The father will be shown on the birth certificate if he acknowledges paternity when or close in time to the birth, or the court orders the birth certificate to be changed to reflect the father’s name. A father can acknowledge paternity by signing a written admission or voluntary acknowledgment of paternity or...

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I NEED LEGAL ADVICE ASAP!!!

A:  This situation is WAY too complicated to get legal advice from the internet.  You are going to HAVE to consult an immigration attorney in order to determine what the best course of action is. "Does the fact that I have a baby affect the term of unmarried ''child'' of a permanent resident?" Probably.  But the biggest thing is that you are no longer living with your parents and a dependent of them.  Between having a child and living with the child's father that makes you an independent adult as far as immigration law is concerned.  There is the small possibility that because you aren't married that you can remain on your...

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Confused about legal aid when you own a property. can anyone help?

A:  The LA Board will place a charge on the house (not a lien) if there are outstanding fees due to them. The LAB will not force a sale of the house, if the primary residence, but if they have a charge, will recoup they fees from the net proceeds of sale. If there is no registered charge, you can sell at will although the income resulting may be treated as savings if not put into another property to live in. If savings are higher than the LA threshold (not very high) then the entitlement to LA will cease. It does not make a lot of difference one way or the other. If he is entitled to legal aid he would have to pay it back eventually from the sale of his house, either now, or if he stayed in the house until he died, his heirs would have to pay it. The Legal Aid Board would put a lien on the...