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Can I get a restraining order on my wife's boyfriend at my marital home? He's there when I pick up my kids in the morning.

Can I get a restraining order on my wife's boyfriend at my marital home? He's there when I pick up my kids in the morning.

You may apply for a restraining order if he has threatened you or intimidated you in some way. Do NOT apply for a restraining order just to make things difficult for him or your ex. Seek a restraining order only if you have a valid reason to do so.


My ex wants to move my kids 30 miles away. Is this considered a 'domestic move-away', and if so what can I do to stop it?

My ex wants to move my kids 30 miles away. Is this considered a 'domestic move-away', and if so what can I do to stop it?

It is a 'move-away', but it is almost certainly not worth the time and expense of going to court to contest a 30-mile move.


If children are homeschooled, what records does the custodial parent have to provide to the non-custodial parent?

If children are homeschooled, what records does the custodial parent have to provide to the non-custodial parent?

Unfortunately, with home schooling no records are usually required to be provided under State law.


How can I found out if my fiance is legally divorced yet?

How can I found out if my fiance is legally divorced yet?

You should be able to find a record of the dissolution at the courthouse. An inquiry to the local court clerk would be the first place to start.


What if a father knows he's not the biological father and still signs the birth certificate and a paternity affirmation?

What if a father knows he's not the biological father and still signs the birth certificate and a paternity affirmation?

If a father signs the birth certificate and a paternity affirmation, he is the legal father in the eyes of the law. Voluntarily signing these documents makes it very difficut to overturn or deny paternity later in court.


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