I am 18 and my dad is very controling and minpulative I want to move out I have a job and a place to go
I do not know where he is living and can’t get anyone to tell me. How do I get a divorce? I live in Louisiana
answered on Aug 24, 2022
You can ask in your divorce petition to have a curator appointed to search for him since he is an absent defendant.
answered on Apr 11, 2022
If you made the video, from a copyright perspective, you are able to. However there could be other issues depending on the content of the video.
answered on Nov 19, 2021
You're in the wrong section. This section is for Louisiana clients.
The form has to have two witnesses and a notary signature
answered on Jul 24, 2021
answered on Apr 16, 2021
Yes, but you have to file a motion to modify child support. If the level of support is changed, this is only retroactive to the date of filing, so file soon.
My spouse was caught cheating, though we gave it another shot. He is showing signs of cheating again, and will not allow me access to his phone any further. Would the court be able to pull his phone record so I can have a fault divorce. I believe it will speed up the process.
answered on Jan 14, 2021
Having a adultery, fault based divorce actually will slow down the process significantly. And it is much more difficult than a no fault divorce. You should probably pursue a no fault divorce; you can receive all of the relief you need through the regular process as well.
This would be both agreeing to disposal of the remainder of the estate after the last survivor passes.
My step dad has no kids and never married. He raised me since I was four and I’m now 33. He left everything in a will to me. He still owes on his home and has two harleys and a truck that are paid for. He has never filed taxes in his life and has always received a 1099 from his boss of 30+ years.... Read more »
answered on Dec 14, 2020
Yes, you have to file a succession to get title to the house and vehicles. It also might have to be administered depending on the debts. Just in general, the process can take anywhere from several weeks to several months for most cases.
DNA test was requested by the State of Louisiana in July 2020.
answered on Oct 16, 2020
You're responsible for support from the date of judicial demand, so whenever the mother first filed for child support.
how do i obtain her lawsuit
answered on Oct 11, 2020
You should have the executor of her estate contact the law firm that was handling the case for her.
ut my sister the oldest in charge. At the time he was spatting with my sister and brother.That was 30 yrs.ago soon after he recobsiled with them.So he put his sister. The will was in my father's safe when he passed,ut for the last year he has been telling me he needed to go to lawyer change... Read more »
answered on Sep 17, 2020
If the will is valid and it says everything goes to your sister, that's what happens. He could have included equal distributions to each children but he didn't.
A minor who is 14 yrs old, can they get emancipated from one parent when they have the other parents consent? This is in Louisiana.
The will states that we sell the trailer and lot and split it 5 ways. They all signed the succession but the lawyer quit before I signed it. So it’s still not in our names and I’ve lived here for 2 yrs and just want to stay til we sell it.
answered on Nov 11, 2019
Yes, but they can't use the standard statutory eviction process to do it.
answered on Oct 30, 2019
There's no way to make her sign a waiver. Just have her served normally.
I got picked up for an outstanding warrant for some probation when i was16, im now 21 & whenever I went to court the judge revoked probation and gave me credit for time served plus he dropped the charges. But my probation officer came and told him that I had never done anything i was supposed... Read more »
answered on Oct 10, 2019
You have this question listed under probate law. You need to list it under criminal law so the right people will see it.
My mother made a WILL in 1992, She passed in may 2019 after a long battle with Alzheimer's , we found out her husband changed her Will in 2016, Leaving most of her estate to her husband and his sister if he passed, leaving her daughter only her car. My mother would never leave her husbands... Read more »
answered on Sep 25, 2019
Contesting the will is a different question, but CC 1521 simply means that someone named in the will has to be alive for at least 6 months after your mother's death to be eligible to receive the legacy left to them.
answered on Dec 31, 2018
There is no law, but it might be in a consent judgment or other judgment regarding child custody.
My lawyer is avoiding me. How do I proceed
answered on Mar 25, 2018
You would have to file a joint motion to dismiss the petition for divorce.
She gave her to me i take care of her heath insurance and day care her mother is still in homeless shelter but wants custody she has other daughter that she want let me see but left older one with me both have my last name
answered on Mar 8, 2018
Based on those facts, no she won't get custody. However, you should file for sole custody yourself so rights are established properly.
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