Even generally, unless that Order of Protection is removed then technically that groom does not have any legal right to make any proximal physical contact with you, let alone marrying you, per terms and conditions of that order.
Have his attorney provide a better way to handle that correctly.
I am a volunteer EMT instructor at my local college. I went to the library to take notes on next weeks upcoming curriculum. My ex claims to have seen me. And called campus security claiming that I was stalking her. She claims that I followed her down the stairs and waited for her outside. When in... Read more »
I don't see a question in your lengthy post but am assuming that you want to know what to do after being served with what's likely a Civil Harassment TRO (Temporary Restraining Order). TRO's can be filed ex-parte (with no notice to you) and are routinely granted by most judges....Read more »
I want to separate for my safety and the safety of the child. If I do, do I lose the chance of getting my citizenship? The US Citizen spouse is abusive in many ways, I have police reports, pictures etc. I work for attorneys in Family Law, I am aware of how divorce and injunctions work. However, I... Read more »
Your situation is very sensitive to dispatch with just one remote legal opinion without a case review and your direct participation. It requires a comprehensive legal case assessment either in person or remotely by Zoom with an experienced immigration attorney of your choice.
The paperwork was filed in contra costa county. We live in solano now. We only had 1 child at the time the other papers were filed. We now have 2. How do I proceed with divorce? Or am I stuck at his mercy because he filed the paperwork 2 years ago and never closed? I also want to move to my parents... Read more »
Venue was transferred to family court in the county where paternity was pending. However judge who ordered the transfer in the same breath set a court date to be back in his court for a review hearing in 90 days. Family judge thought a full hearing and final order was already made due to that... Read more »
If your spouse is refusing to provide you will support, you can file an application with the court for interim support. You can file it pro se and the intake person at the family court intake office can give you the forms to fill out. Fill out the information and then file your application. He will...Read more »
My organization works with youth involved in the criminal justice system and formerly homeless and/or sexuallly exploited youth. We recently evicted a 26 year old resident who has been tresspassed, however sits just off property and heckles staff and residents. He has also been accused of selling... Read more »
The request for a Harassment Restraining Order is pretty straightforward. You would simply need to submit one in the county where the facility is located. An HRO could prohibit the former client from being within a certain distance of the facility. You are going to have difficulty submitting a...Read more »
A tenant awakes to his landlord (who is also his mother), inside of his apartment. The landlord is drunk and aggressively harrassing the tenant who was telling the landlord to leave. Landlord refuses to leave, and physically attacks tenant ,causes huge scene. Once the landlord his practically... Read more »
You need to immediately talk with a local landlord tenant attorney. You likely have damage claims against the landlord and perhaps criminal as well. Anytime you tell a landlord to leave the inside of your home (or anyone else for that matter) and they do not, call the police!
I have been on an Ankle Monitor since this whole thing started. On Tuesday of next week, it will be 90 days. The Maximum sentence for my charge is 90 Days. The Maryland Governor has lifted all the COVID restrictions. I still don't have a Court date. I'm filling a motion with the... Read more »
If you have money to pay a lawyer, a motion can be filed to modify the terms of bond. You have not been subjected to cruel and unusual punishment under the Constitution, nor double jeopardy. An argument can be made that the ankle monitor, if your freedom of free movement has been restricted, is the...Read more »
There are many different types of protection orders under Washington law so it is difficult to answer your question. Generally, any order, including a protection order or no contact order, can be modified by the same court that issued the original order if there is good cause. For example, a court...Read more »
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