You would need to ask a Kentucky attorney. Even if illegal, I doubt it would be something that would result in an arrest at a moment's notice. If you have such concerns, you should file a motion with the court before taking action like not sending the kids.
My parents built a home on grandfather’s property that never had a mortgage. My mother passed away and my father remarried. When he remarried he stated that if he passed, the home was supposed to go to my brother & I, and his wife was to have a life lease, although he did not put this in... Read more »
I was turning right leaving a gas station parking lot onto a 5 lane hwy [2 lanes for each direction of traffic and one center lane] And I turned into the lane closest to the center since that's what most motorist do in Michigan I've observed. I was then pulled over and told this was a... Read more »
I believe a proper right turn requires a turn into the most immediate lane, so you would need to have turned into the right-most lane instead of the lane closest to center. I can appreciate what you are saying about seeing other motorists do this. Unfortunately for you, you happened to do this in...Read more »
I had a sexual assault case that ended in my abuser taking a gulity plea, and i ended up making a facebook post with my abusers name. Are they able to sue me for defamation or anything because of this?
I am now facing it being possibly discharged due to non payment because I had to take 8 months off of work due to no childcare. Now looking back I don’t think the ramifications were clearly described to me. I filed in January of 2020. I just started work and am going to try and get caught up now... Read more »
As someone else mentioned, seek legal advise about getting your plan back on track to complete the bankruptcy process. At some point in the process, you had to affirm that you understood what you were doing. It's a little late, and likely will do you no good, to try arguing that you were...Read more »
Sounds like local terminology, but I would take it to mean an appearance bond or personal recognizance bond - meaning you need to present yourself to the court at your earliest opportunity. I suggest calling the court for instruction.
The standard is the same in a jury or bench trial: motions in limini - to exclude or restrict certain testimony - should be granted when the evidence is more prejudicial than probative. If you don't know what those two terms mean in the legal world, you absolutely should have an attorney, who...Read more »
What relief are you seeking? If he withheld the child under an ex parte order, you should file an objection to that order; if he did so without a court order, then you should file a parenting time complaint with the friend of the court or look into filing other appropriate motions with the court to...Read more »
Do I have case for bank failure to either protect n secure my banking & personal info, since someone within the "bank" compromised my info, and also either failed to spot n prevent to confirm n varify acct ownership, or someone within that branch conspired to allow these transactions... Read more »
He stated he is self-employed but he is actually unemployed and lied about his obligations. States that he has student loans but instead has excessive CC debt. I informed him if he waited until after the holidays I was willing to file and pay. Instead he filed and served me the night before... Read more »
Depends on who you mean by "we" and who would be the qualifying person for Medicaid. Ordinarily, the value of the primary residence is exempt for qualification purposes; you can "keep" it while the person is alive. However, once a person dies, the state may seek to recover what...Read more »
phoned by new employer and asked that they move my start date to 1/1 as my current employer wants me to continue working on a project. My new company is an offshoot of my current company, i.e. they are completely separate legal entities but because of the relationship many of the people know one... Read more »
You have to notify the friend of the court, and to the father unless you have a confidential address. If you have concerns for you or your child's safety, you can request a confidential address with the friend of the court.
No, but you need to be mindful of evidence rules, due process, and right to confrontation. Your ex, or his attorney, cannot cross-examine a recording, and so they may - likely will - want to have the teacher testify.
Cases are dismissed with or without prejudice. If your case involves medical malpractice, you really should not be doing this on your own because it will be next to impossible for you to successfully navigate the procedure and rules.
no factors has a criminal history I was shown to be unfit, unwilling, or unable. no evidence of abuse or neglect. I have all proof but never got to show because I NEVER got my hearing my daughter is being neglected educ,med,emoti, and emotional and psych abuse by alienating me almost to... Read more »
You need to focus your arguments on what is happening now; not what happened or didn't happen five years ago. Perhaps the first step should be filing a motion to change parenting time. Your argument isn't whether supervised parenting time should have ever been in place, but that you no...Read more »
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