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Can the mother of the child get full custody if the father has another child he does not take care of? law answers (492115)

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fathers Will not taken care of in 3 Years

A:  Possession is NOT 9/10 of the law. You start with the will and who is executor. The executor is suppposed to get the estate settled! Who is the executor? You are a bit of a fool to allow one brother a total free ride in one home. At the very least he should be paying rent for the 2/3 he doesn't own as an equitable concept. You are a bit of a fool to allow yourself to pay for an empty place. Seems to me the business like answer is to get the executor to have both properties sold promptly and the proceeds distributed. If one brother wants one well let him use his proceeds to assist to buy it in. If the estate is sort of settled and you each in fact own 1/3 of each home then you need to consider how to ply hardball. You send your best...

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Divorce my wife (no affairs) should I give her second chance?

A:  my gf has the same problem. but her problem is "mental" for her. blames it on depression. that may be true.... i dont push for it anymore like you do/did. i just do what i want to do. i do not cheat either but the question is how long can someone take the constant rejection. being affectionate is a big thing for many people in a relationship. take this new "change" from your wife light hearted. if it keeps up, sweet. if not then you know it was a way for her to keep you around. and remember noone can stop you from getting a divorce. i know personally if it doesnt change for me and my situation, she''s out the door. good luck. i would try marriage counseling. i know it sounds ridiculous... but it allows a neutral 3rd party to be present and...

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can my brother get custody

A:  If they have already went through a custody battle and the courts have deemed custody to the mother, your brother would have a tough time getting custody of the kids. If there is proof that the grandparents are taking care of the children and the mother is neglecting the kids than you will need to contact a family law attorney. I''m also pretty sure that if your brother has neglected his obligations of providing child support it won''t help. Contact an attorney. he didn''t neglect paying chidsupport he didn''t have a stable enough job for them to take

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father and family is possible murderer. How can family get back baby?

A:  Quoting MZ_CuriousA mother just recently lost her 25 year old daughter, the investigation of her death is still pending due to the Autopsy process. The family have many reasons to believe the father of her daughter''s 1 year old child and his family was involved in her death due to a fight the previous day. The father came to their house with the police 2 weeks after the death stating that he want to take care of his own son. The baby was living with the grandmother for the two weeks. Do she have any right as a grandmother? And as the process of investigating whether the father or family was...

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child support ... my mother not?

A:  The child support does not ever go to you. Talk to a lawyer and see if you have any rights about this money, and can you prove that you where not living there at this time. If you moved out at 14 then you could have sued her for child support. I think you have a very good chance of getting this money plus interest. well, your mother took care of you for 14 years as you say your dad left you when you were 3 years old and you were on your own at 14. you are here today a live and if your mother did not take care of you who knows where you would be today. another thing your dad owes your

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What would happen in the following situations

A:  I'm not quite sure how you expect anyone to know what WOULD happen in a supposedly hypothetical case, or to know in advance how courts in several states would rule. "The US State Department will not file federal charges according to common agreement with western European Countries." Nothing in your post indicates the child was ever in the US, so the US should stay out of it. Even if the father is American, the US has no jurisdiction to charge the mother for taking a child from Canada to Europe. "Would US state example (California, Michigan, and Minnesota) file criminal charges against the Dutch mother, for taking the

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Collections and The Nursing Home Dilemma - please assist, please?

A:  A power of attorney does not make you liable for your grandmother''s debts. It only allows you to act on her behalf. In her condition, it sounds like you should have one anyway. You should also consider getting some estate planning advice. At least make sure she has a will. I would consider a living trust for her real property and major assets. You should also have a "living will" or health care power of attorney. You can find these on the web. In terms of the creditors, once you have a POA on file, they will negotiate with you. A lot of them will give you a 3 month grace period if you agree to start making payments. Whatever you do, do not become personally liable for any of the debts by co-signing or...

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Real property & assets are not held in the Defendant''s name

A:  You can try to obtain asset information through a judgment debtor's exam. The fact is that some judgments are just not collectible and some debtors are judgment proof. Consult counsel. Even if the family were legally responsible for him they would not be responsible for his debts unless they incurred them for him. Sorry, but sounds you have an uncollectible judgment against a judgment proof individual. It happens. On the bright side, judgments in CA are good for 10 years and renewable. Things might change someday. If the family has closed ranks to make him judgement proof you may not be able to beat it--all you can do is keep your judgment and active and hope and wait. My guess is that if he family is providing him with stuff they are cutting some corners as to what they are...

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child support question ????

A:  **1. The statutes say 20% of income toward CS. My son is willing to provide that amount to her. Is that an acceptable amount? Again, he is doing this without a formal CS order. 20% is the standard for one child in TX. Paying her outside of a court order is setting him up to have to pay again if she files for support and the courts make it retroactive as well as not providing him with stipulated visitation times with his child. **2. does the mothers financial situation(receiving the huge amt. have any baring on the amount my son will be obligated to pay? No. **3. Are my services as full-time caregiver to the child figured into the

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Can we go to court or do we have to go back to mediation?

A:  As far as I know, mediation only works if both parents are amicable enough with each other to come to an agreement. Sometimes it doesn''t work. Then court is the only way to go. In our situation, NC law requires the parents to do mediation first before a judge will even hear a case. When the mediator sees that no resolution will happen, the judge is notified and a court date is set. Although I don''t have an answer to your question, I am familiar with your situation and once again I am disgusted by the birth mom. It''s obvious to everyone here and hopefully to the judge, that she only wants this child so that she can get a little extra cash and have someone to keep him so that she can be free. I hope that you and...