The deed to the land cannot be changed without court intervention. It should be probated so that the deed can be changed to the names of your father and uncle. That, however, won’t solve your problem since you are not an heir to the land. You have to establish residency in the county yourself,...Read more »
He signed a petition of what he was ordered to pay. As of today there has been no payments made and the order has not even been filed at chancery court bc they keep saying it has to go before a judge for signature
I am going to assume that you went through DHS to establish paternity and child support. If the Order was signed by all parties in July, 2021, there is no excuse for the delay in presenting it to the Judge. You should contact the attorney handling the paternity action and make a demand that the...Read more »
I was at a gas pump and a repo truck rolls up and both guys get out prior I hop in my car trying to leave at this point one of them is trying to block me from leaving and the other one opens the drivers door and is pushing his arm in my neck attempting to get keys out of the ignition I was able to... Read more »
No, repo men are not allowed to cause a public disturbance and/or assault you. You may want to consider pressing charges against the men individually and pursuing an action against the repo company and/or your creditor.
The answer is not necessarily. You don’t say where the child is now or why and when custody was transferred. Depending on the circumstances, you may want to try to obtain possession of the child and then immediately petition the chancery court for custody. However, not having physical possession...Read more »
What is your question? The excerpt does not mean that the ability to drive is a right. This part of the holding is referring to an individual’s right to operate a motor vehicle free from interference from law enforcement absent a good faith belief, or observation, of criminal conduct on the part...Read more »
The divorce between the couple has no effect on the lease. That is a separate issue altogether. The best thing to do is to contact the party who signed the lease and ask what their intentions are regarding the house or you can wait and see if someone will remain in the house. You can then make your...Read more »
You don’t say whether or not the custody was given to you by the court through a court order or whether it is a private agreement between you and the parent(s). If you were awarded temporary custody through a court order, then you will need to go back to that court and asked that custody be...Read more »
My son will be 19 yrs old in January and is currently in college; however, he may not be next semester due to him joining the military. Does joining the military automatically emancipate him and child support stops or will I need to file a modification to end the child support and show proof of him... Read more »
I was asleep and woke up to the law. He searched my car and found a half gram of meth. I never was charged with anything nor had to sign any papers was released moments later on no bond. Can they bring up charges
My wife and I have been married for three months, but co-habitating and living as a monogamous couple for a decade. I am fully financially dependent on my wife. She came home about a week and a half ago, said this isn't working, and left me by myself with our pets. My mother had to come get... Read more »
The officer gave my son a lecture after hearing both sides. I as the parent broke up the altercation. The officer said if they come back everyone on the property will be arrested. He told my son you don't want your father arrested or yourself. My main question is since my son is only 17 a... Read more »
As far as the altercation is concerned, the individuals involved would be the ones subject to arrest. When police arrived, anyone who fails to follow lawful commands or acts unruly would also be subject to arrest. If you supply prohibited substances to the minors or allow them to use them while on...Read more »
I had my son in a county I didn't live in when hospital called they lied filed false report dhs from my county started investigation and called hospital to tell them everything was fine baby is to be released to me. They did not like that answer after a bunch more hell they called the county... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney immediately in order to make sure your rights as a parent are preserved. You do not say why your son was in the hospital or the reason that the hospital called CPS, so I cannot speak to that. CPS will eventually put you on a parenting plan that you should follow. That...Read more »
A complaint would need to filed with the court asking that he be found in contempt and asking for the back support, attorney’s fees, and expenses. The court can order that he be incarcerated, as well, but whether or not you receive the full amount in lump sum depends on how much is owed.
My divorce papers state that my ex husband is supposed to have insurance on my children and pay extra expenses for any extra curricular activities or expenses. My daughter has had braces twice and I’ve paid out of pocket neither him nor his insurance has paid anything and my son is taking college... Read more »
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