Retain an attorney and discuss the situation first. If the attorney believes you have a viable claim, you would file with the court papers seeking custody. Please don't try to do this without legal counsel. There are a number of issues involved.
Can my cousin legally give my dog away. He pays for the food and has for the past 6 months and I rarely have a chance to visit my dog. He can't take care of it any more and I can't take it with me. I have no one else who will watch it. I don't want to lose my dog tho.
I have a four year old daughter I gave temporary guardianship to my sister I went to probate court to terminate the guardianship due to my sister not letting me visit my daughter or let my daughter spend the night with me she don’t let me see my daughter at all…..I have a mental health... Read more »
You start by filing a complaint for modification of child support. Then, you address the numerous issues that will come up after that. Of course the best answer is that you work with an attorney who will do all this for you. This forum isn't set up to be a step-by-step do it yourself guide.
Temporary custody order is 50/50 with each of us having 3.5 days each week. My ex has a lawyer and is asking for full custody saying that I am an unfit parent. I haven’t been perfect, but I am far from unfit. I accidentally got pregnant shortly after our separation by an old friend. He has a... Read more »
I agree with my colleagues fully. You mentioned becoming pregnant "accidentally." You might not want to say that to a judge. Unless you were raped, you obviously did not get pregnant by accident. Always be truthful with the law. Otherwise, the court will not take you seriously and it...Read more »
He also let her quit school at 14 Ive been fightin this for 5 yrs PLEASE IM BEGGIN FOR HELP. my child cant walk and has a 6th grade edjucation. Every time i try to do something he has me locked up or restraining order taken out on me. Please help me
Don't know if the parents are pressing charges & for the moment she is in jail and bond is posted and already had a court appearance but asked for a court appointed lawyer & he hasn't showed nor called her & the charges she have is Aggravated assault (Felony) Cruelty to... Read more »
To prevent anymore interference on his part to make him stop interfering in my contract that he has already made a mess of. He was told in Dec2020 that he is not part of our real estate contract and not to attempt to speak on our buyers behalf. I do not know this person and he has now levied my... Read more »
Obviously we cannot provide a reliable response here. In order to know enough to be sure, land deeds and surveys will need to be reviewed. Easement law also needs to be mentioned. I am unaware of a law that would prevent this under your given facts. You should meet with an attorney with...Read more »
value? This was an inherited property , and the principal owner is not forthcoming about location, value , etc. The 1/3rd is owned by my mother's estate, of which I share with 2 siblings. My sister is the executor of the estate.
Listen carefully. This is tricky stuff. Meet with and attorney who practices real property (real estate) law. Mention the term "partitioning." Please do not do this without legal counsel. Make an error here and it might not be fixable.
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