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Can I file an order for my wife to get a psychiatric evaluation?

Q: I due in court tomorrow, i think my wife is going through a hormonal imbalance since the birth of our son can i file a psychiatric evaluation for my wife, and I want joint physical custody and she disagreed so the judge says when we go back now she will assign a lawyer to my three-year-old daughter and we have to pay I can afford it I don't have a lawyer for myself what can I do

What do I do with child support papers I was served with my ex's name?

Q: Recently someone came to my home to serve my EX BOYFRIEND some child support papers, he doesn't live with me anymore and I have no way of contacting him, so the person who came to my home asked for my name and handed me the child support papers, what can I do if I have no way of handing him these papers

If I get sole custody of my child am I allowed to move out of state with out the permission of the non custodial parent ?

Q: My ex & I have joint custody & I have physical custody of my child how can I be allowed to move out of state with my child

Can I file for chilled support even if I work off the books and no proof of income?

Q: I'm currently filing for child support. My child is 7 years old and his father and I are going through a custody case. We were never married and the court is asking for pay stubs and taxes but I'm a student and haven't been legally working for the last 2 years.

I need a domestic violence lawyer I have no income and need help with my son who has been alienated from me who I raised.

Q: My situation is very difficult. My ex abused me for 11 years. I decided to break the cycle and no ho back. He has tuned me son against me and has alienated me from him. He has not allowed him to call me or communication. The problem is my son will be 15 years old.

What is the process to have NY child support arrears discharged when the statute of limitations to collect may have passed?

Q: Child support arrears owed to DSS for child born in 1986 (child is now deceased; he would have been 32 yrs old now); original support order payable to DSS issued around 1987; last payment made in approximately 1990; not sure of actual default date; NCP is & has been unable to work due to back, neck & shoulder injuries, is currently in receipt of Temporary Assistance (DSS) & is below the poverty & self support guidelines

Is there anything I can do to get this done?

Q: Back in 2006 my "ex" wife filed for divorce (which was mutually agreed on) we had gone back and forth with the paperwork and the last thing submitted to the courts was in 2007. 2 years ago, I went to the county clerks office to obtain a new file number but was told that was not necessary, since one was already obtained years earlier. She instructed me on the last bit on paperwork that needed to be submitted and then we just wait for the judge to sign off on it. My ex (defendant) will not sign the paperwork. We have been apart since 2006 and are both in serious relationships. Is there anything I can do besides hiring a lawyer and going the "contested" route? I was told that if I submit the paperwork without her signature and prove that she was served that I could get a divorce by default. Any advice anyone can give me is greatly appreciated!

How is CS determined/calculated for 2 kids from different mothers?

Q: I am in the middle of a CS dispute for our 3 years old. I was informed today, the other mother is suing the father for support for the first time after 8 years. I filed first, will that make a difference?

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