I am adopted but am hating it here I'm 16 but we have never gotten along. I would like to live somewhere else there is lots of emotional and physical stuff that goes on. would I be able to legally move to my live with my dad in his custody since he never lost it in the first place?
potential problem of one sibling/beneficiary. This was to be a simple summary, but brother here in Ohio likes the court scene with over 59 cases and will argue anything, true or not. It is costing me more and I may need to drop out mainly attorney fees are now $295.hr. shared this with the... Read more »
You have an attorney, so a lot of these questions should go to him or a different florida counsel. In Ohio, it is likely that his objections would be overruled by the probate court as unfounded, especially if there are no assets.
I have notified our property management, as well as maintenance, that I need at least a few hours notice before someone shows up to my apartment because I have severe PTSD. They have sent maintenance without notice multiple times since, and continue to ignore requests for prior notice. This has... Read more »
There is no designation for an arranged marriage, but if you are being coerced into marriage then it can potentially be annulled as a result of the coercion. If you are a minor and your parents are forcing you into marriage then you should call 1-855-642-4453 and report this to Ohio's...Read more »
If you are a grandparent it is a simple form for grandparent power of attorney signed by the mother that you file in your county's juvenile court. If you are not a grandparent then you need to file an application for guardianship with consent of the mother in your county's probate court.
My son's mom lives in Illinois and we have never had an order done before. We were not married and I'm trying to figure out the easiest way to get this done without her having to come to Ohio for the affadavit or me to Illinois for the same reason. Any help is appreciated!
The easiest way is to file a joint petition for custody where she waives service and consents to granting you custody. The court will still likely set it for hearing to make sure that is accurate, but that would be the fastest way.
There is an extremely rare but may be applicable set of facts where he could get custody. In most situations, he would have to prove that you are an unfit or incapable parent, or voluntarily abandoned your children, in order to get custody. However, there is a limited exception, usually present in...Read more »
Suspended until further notice. On 11/18/2021 I called to see if documentation was filed and that I would come pick it up that day. Only to be called back fifteen minutes later to say they could not suspended me. But I was not allowed back to my designated area. Now they r offering me a job that I... Read more »
I'm assuming that this is a disability discrimination matter. If that is the case then they are likely offering you a different position as a reasonable accommodation for your claimed disability. If you don't take it it is likely that they can terminate you.
Motion to modify parenting plan. You'll need to establish that since the last order there has been 1) a substantial change in circumstances and 2) that the change is in the best interest of the minor child.
He has manipulated his way back in the house with no where to go. Away from him. He is verbally abusive and mentally unstable. The other night he was either on something or having a mentally episode. He was talking out of his head making false accusations. He threw his phone at me and then broke it... Read more »
If the washer was a condition of the lease, then the landlord is in breach. Give them written notification of the breach, in writing. Wait thirty days. If they have not fixed the issue you can either 1) vacate without penalty 2) deposit your rent in court or 3) sue for damages. Do not reduce rent...Read more »
I am representing myself in 2 custody cases but i dont know what i need to be defending myself against. As i am my own attorney, doesnt their attorney have to disclose whatever evidence they have against me so I am able to build a proper defense?? Please help me!!
He doesn't have to just because. You have to ask him for it. This is generally done by serving 1) Interrogatories (written questions seeking information) 2) request for production of documents (documents that may be relevant to the case) and 3) admissions of fact. This is possible, but really...Read more »
I’m legally disabled since a young age and they’ve been telling me I might be able to get hired back for days now and they updated there policy but I’m left hanging not knowing what’s going on. I’ve missed 7days of work so far. And I have to start work at another location. They said I... Read more »
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