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2 Answers | Asked in Business Law for California on May 20, 2014

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I am afraid your question is clear. Please post your question again and provide more detail and context.

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Q: Can my brother-in-law legally kick my sister out of his home? He says the house belongs to him and that she has to leav

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on Dec 16, 2014

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Matthew Williams' answer
This is going to be a fact specific inquiry into their relationship. She needs an attorney. It's possible he has the right to exclude her; it's possible he does not. That will depend on the specifics of their relationship, which should not be discussed online.

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Q: I file contempt on my childs mother for refusal to let me see our child, I I agreed to drop the contempt if our

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Ohio on Dec 16, 2014

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Matthew Williams' answer
Sure, you can refile the contempt. If the court already witnessed the agreement, you can expect it to enforce it. Just make sure you do not appear vindictive. In these situations it is always the more reasonable party who wins in the end.

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Q: I have been raising my grandson since he was 5 months old, he is 4 now. His mother is threatening to take him away...

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on Dec 16, 2014

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You should get an attorney to help you make it clear to her that she will lose all rights to own child if she doesn't straighten up and fly right. We don't just do adversarial stuff. Many of us are involved in helping people understand the situation, the options, and the consequences. Don't let her run you over. The mother is always in a strong position with regard to a child; however, if her life makes her a danger to the child, she is not invincible.

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Q: I call the police on my husband after a argument turned physical. He has a warrant for DV is it some way i could cancel

1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence for Ohio on Dec 17, 2014

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No. You cannot cancel this. Your husband needs an attorney to start working on this ASAP. I've dealt with many similar situations. It is difficult to talk police and prosecutors down these days. Many, many women back up on their story and the simple fact is, most people now believe the first thing you say, not the second. Nevertheless, especially with the female on board, a good resolution is possible. Diversion programs can help men deal with alcohol and anger problems while also avoiding...

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