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Oct 10, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

My husband and I are in a fairly amicable divorce. I had an affair, which is known by all parties, and conceived of a child with that person. The baby is scheduled to be born after the final divorce court hearing.

My husband does not wish to be the father in my child’s life, and the biological father does wish to be involved. What must I do to get this legally straight? How are paternity laws handled in this situation?


Oct 08, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

I arrived home from work to see the police at our home. My wife was getting her things together and getting herself ready to leave.

Now, she has left and taken the kids with her. What happens next? What should I do first?

 


Oct 06, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

Is child support also supposed to cover extra-curricular activities like sports teams and equipment? 

Does my ex have a right to expect me to pay for things like winter boots on top of the support I already pay?

 


Oct 04, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

I’ve been trying for quite some time to get my divorce from my wife finalized. She has taken forever to get a copy of the decree back to me, and now that she has, the decree is totally different than what we had originally agreed upon.

She changed what we had agreed for custody, insurance, credit card debt, the house and more. Should I fight for the house and assets? What are my options here?


Oct 02, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

I’m representing myself in a legal conflict with my ex-wife over a possible modification in custody for our two children. We have been divorced for about eight years, but this issue has never gotten better.

I would prefer not to discuss my health or medical-related issues during this process, and these issues have never come up or been factors in any previous proceedings. If they do come up, can I refuse to answer them or stat they they’re irrelevant?

 


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