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State of Practice: Idaho
Member Since: 3/5/2012
Last Answer: 07/03/2013

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Marc Weinpel has been my attorney for 30 years. Marc Weinpel has handled civil matters, estate and personal affairs, and business contracts. Marc Weinpel is also knowledgeable in Criminal, Criminal Defense, Defense, DUI and Sports Agent. Marc Weinpel is based in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

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State of Practice: Idaho
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Answer: At this time she may move, but there is always a chance that the father, after birth will file a paternity action and re ...read more
Answer: There are special rules for filing an action against someone on active duty. If you are a resident of Idaho, you should ...read more
Answer: You will have to return to Court first and give him the opportunity to refute your allegations. You should (or should ha ...read more
Answer: You may move, but if he files any action in Idaho before you are a resident of another state for 6 months, you will have ...read more
Answer: A lot depends upon how many more classes she needs and the amount of hours she is presently devoting to finish. I say th ...read more
Answer: Depends somewhat on the facts, but yes, there is a ground for annulment - fraud and misrepresentation.
Answer: So much depends on how the house is titled. Did your husband convey the inherited 50% to you hand he? Right now, under t ...read more
Answer: You actually have grounds for an annulment of your marriage (fraud and misrepresentation). You should pursue that alter ...read more
Answer: A lot depends upon your divorce decree but now in Idaho a parent usually needs permission to remove a child from Idaho o ...read more
Answer: No. Child support can go to age 19 only if she was in high school.
Answer: You should file a response to the Complaint alleging the true facts. In this matter you definitely need an attorney.
Answer: It will remain your separate property as long as it is not commingled with community funds.
Answer: The legality of her reading them is dependent upon how she obtained access. If she did so legally, they can be used as e ...read more
Answer: If you know where he is, I would send him a letter saying that the will be removed in 30 days. You could also charge him ...read more
Answer: You will be entitled to 50% of all property accumulated after marriage.
Answer: If the purchase was made with community funds it will be considered community property regardless of the title.
Answer: You will have to pay support unless you can get an Order which shares custody of the child on a percentage basis of over ...read more
Answer: A court may require her to move. Your father cannot without a Court order.
Answer: A simple answer is not possible. If paternity has never been established, that is the starting point- formalization of a ...read more
Answer: A lot depends on how "service" of the termination papers were made upon you.
Answer: Depends if child is on any State aid. If so the state may object.
Answer: As to pension yes- 50% -as to social security - yes but is based on earning record- As to spousal support - more info i ...read more
Answer: I would do both - email her AND her attorney until the attorney directs that you only communicate with him. Thus you hav ...read more
Answer: Signing anything before the birth is fruitless because you can't give up a child before its birth. You really need legal ...read more
Answer: If a divorce has FILED there is an automatic restraining order issued and you can't - if no divorce filed or order prohi ...read more
Answer: There are certain dates which will determine your right to reopen. If the decree is over 2 years old even malpractice ac ...read more
Answer: All depends on the test until then there is little to do but wait. Termination is possible if you are dad, as are the ot ...read more
Answer: You are either in the pool, or not . Ask for clarification immediately.
Answer: Fire your lawyer and, if he has not filed anything, ask for your retainer to be refunded. $2700 is indeed exorbitant fo ...read more
Answer: Certainly not! You may have an attorney substitute for you in the proceeding.
Answer: Yes, especially since you are in the military.
Answer: The answer is "yes" but different facts control. Has a Columbian Court established a support order? If it has it can b ...read more
Answer: No. Unless you can prove she mis-allocated community funds to advance the affair.
Answer: In order to file for divorce in Idaho, you must be a resident of Idaho for six weeks. It makes no difference where you w ...read more
Answer: The paternity action can begin when you are pregnant, but the DNA test cannot be done until the child is about 8-12 week ...read more
Answer: You have many options. The first is an action for contempt which you should bring against him. You should "reduce" the ...read more
Answer: My answer would be complicated because you are dealing with the Idaho Rules of Evidence. It is hearsay, but may be admi ...read more
Answer: No- the benefit for the child living with you MUST come to you. The benefit will be credited to your husband's total chi ...read more
Answer: You will need to file a Petition to Terminate the father's parental rights- your grounds seem to be abandonment and fail ...read more
Answer: In my opinion, when children are involved in a divorce, questions of custody and SUPPORT are more complex than you might ...read more
Answer: Of course. Any relevant evidence that would affect the children's "best interests" would be admissible in a Court procee ...read more
Answer: His chances are very limited. From what you indicate, the best interest of your child rest in you having primary custody ...read more
Answer: It is possible if you both agree that it should be annulled. If she contests you would have to prove fraud or misreprese ...read more
Answer: You should file a petition for guardianship as soon as you can in order that the Court can make some temporary orders re ...read more
Answer: If the account is in his name, the bank will not let you "pull out half." If the account is in both names, you have rig ...read more
Answer: It depends when the decision was dated. You have 14 days to ask the Court to reconsider its decision; 42 days to appeal. ...read more
Answer: Your question is indeed confusing. If you "won custody" and have an Order indicating the same, you should have law enfor ...read more
Answer: You have 14 days from the date of the divorce to ask the court to reconsider the same. You have 42 days to appeal the d ...read more
Answer: You can and probably should wait until your marriage. After your marriage you can do a "termination and adoption" in one ...read more
Answer: 1. Find out the Court in which the "guardianship" was initiated. 2. Under Idaho Code section 15-2-212 file a petition to ...read more
Answer: I think you are referring to a GAL - a Guardian Ad Litem is a person, usually an attorney who is appointed by the Court ...read more
Answer: You should immediately call CPS (child protective services ) at the Department of Health and Welfare!
Answer: If you are sure that he "filed" you should check the status of your case here: https://www.idcourts.us/repository/start ...read more
Answer: Every family law judge I have appeared before will admonish your actions and make you personally responsible for any med ...read more
Answer: You can file a "Petition for Termination and Adoption" in one proceeding. We would arrange for the biological father to ...read more
Answer: There is no "gender" preferences in custody decisions in Idaho.
Answer: It depends where you are a resident. If you have an Idaho domicile, drivers license, etc. and have been a resident for 6 ...read more
Answer: There is NO presumption in Idaho that the mother will be awarded custody. There is a presumption that JOINT legal and ph ...read more
Answer: In the first instance, the courts in Idaho will not interfere in a parent's choice of religion for the children. Each pa ...read more
Answer: The father of your children cannot terminate his parental rights unilaterally. If you wish him to terminate and allow so ...read more
Answer: You should go to the Court that issued your divorce decree and ask that things be modified. If your ex has moved and up ...read more
Answer: GO here and do a search for your case.
Answer: The answer depends on a number of facts. If the gift is one that appears to be in the normal way you have done things in ...read more
Answer: #1. Don't ignore the Summons. It could mean a default. #2. Either appear by herself or this is a situation that should ...read more
Answer: It depends on more facts. Has he supported the children in the last 4 years? If you have grounds, no contact, no suppo ...read more
Answer: It depends. It really does not matter to what "county" you may be moving. The questions the Court will ask are: Does t ...read more
Answer: No. You should be notified of the request. Oftentimes it is printed in the paper.
Answer: If you wish to do your own agreement, check the Idaho Judiciary website. It has self forms there including one for a par ...read more
Answer: It depends. Usually there is some "deal" for the ex to sign the consent. You can forgive some or all the past due suppor ...read more
Answer: It depends. Can you trace the proceeds from the transaction? In other words, if you placed the proceeds in a joint accou ...read more
Answer: No matter how well you are getting along now, it is always smart when a change of this magnitude is memoralized by an ag ...read more
Answer: If I understand the question, you were 17 or 18 when the child was born. #1. Was your paternity ever established? #2. ...read more
Answer: It depends. What is the Court proceeding on the 20th? If you received a copy of a "Motion for Contempt" and an "Order to ...read more
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