answered on Mar 12, 2023
No, it would be a conflict of interest for the same lawyer to represent all of you.
My landlord for the last apartment I was in had a security deposit of $750 dollars. I paid this and lived in his apartment for over a year on a month to month basis for the same price of $750 dollars. I found a new apartment in December of 2022 and told my landlord about this on December 26th, and... Read more »
answered on Feb 5, 2023
Under the law, as a month to month tenant, you were required to give your landlord 30 days notice of your intention to vacate; ie, you were required to notify him on or before November 30 that you intended to vacate by December 31st.
the mother saw the child on 1/24/2022 and was actively using strong drugs. She was tested and tested positive and now is in a rehab. This has been her MOA since she lost custody in 1/2022. We would like legal advice on getting full permanent custody of the toddler. She has an extensive history of... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2023
If the child was placed with you under neglect proceedings against the mother, the court will decide if you should be placed with you permanently during the dispositional phase. You also could file a custody petition.
I have a child support order which was put into place in 2017 and I've never had the child support modified, but we had a modification in 2021 for the child care (day care, after care, camp) portion of it (not the amount, just how it is to be paid) Magistrate says that is still considered a... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2023
A child support order can modified upon a showing of a change in circumstances warranting the modification.
My grandson begin living with me 1 month before everything closed down due to Covid-19. I applied for Medicaid only for him because my job insurance wouldn’t allow me to add him. He attended 3K at a public school and is currently in PreK. He has some developmental delays in which i had him... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2023
You will need to file a custody petition in the family court in the county in which you live. Because you are a non-parent you will need to show extraordinary circumstances. The fact that your grandson has lived with you may constitute extraordinary circumstances.
In the stipulation the visitation is between her,my son and the supervisor. No one is to be there. She already violated once by bringing her daughter and grandson with. She did the same thing again yesterday,even though she was warned by the judge. The stipulation also states she is not to consume... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2023
You should file a violation petition with the court and perhaps a modification petition to change the supervisor of the visits.
I have a custody case coming up at the end of January my child's mother is suspected to be a narcissist I can prove with text messages and recorded phone calls of the abuse she jumps in to relationship to relationship to relationship immediately allowing the new partner to meet our child in... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2023
You can ask the judge to include a provision in an order that neither parent is to introduce the child to a new paramour until at least six months after beginning the relationship. You would benefit by consulting with a lawyer regarding your case if you wish to obtain custody.
I am a home owner and when my tenant moved in, all appliances including ceiling fan was in excellent working safe condition. Last summer I had to replace the ceiling fan because he was being too rough with it that the wires got disconnected. Now the oven door frame is broke (looks like it was... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2023
If the tenant is responsible for paying for any damage caused to your property. Therefore, you can ask him to pay for repair or replacement of the item. If he refuses to pay, you may deduct from his security deposit or take him to small claims court. However, the court may only award you an amount... Read more »
answered on Dec 29, 2022
If there was an order giving your mother custody, you must file a modification petition in Family Court stating your mother’s passing as a change in circumstances. If she was awarded custody on your consent or per court order because, for some reason, you were unable to care for your child at... Read more »
In August of 2020, my husband and I were given primary physical and joint legal custody of our 12 year old nephew. Both parents were deceased and his two adult siblings asked us to take him as they did not feel equipped to raise him. After two and a half years we feel as though it is time for his... Read more »
answered on Dec 27, 2022
His siblings must be willing to assume custody of your nephew. If they are not, the Court cannot force them to take custody. If one of them is willing to assume custody he/she should file a custody petition. If you know longer wish to maintain custody of your nephew and neither of the siblings... Read more »
Father got full custody of children in August. I’m in the process of filing an appeal on that. Last month, I filed a custody modification due to ongoing reports of alleged abuse by the father. CPS was called by the ER and by the school. CPS worker blamed me for the calls and accused me of... Read more »
answered on Nov 24, 2022
No, the appeal is based on the evidence presented at trial or information presented to the Family Court judge. You cannot present new evidence on appeal. You could try making a motion to reargue or renew in Family Court.
Is the appellant required to submit his reason for the appeal and his description of why he believes the judgement was wrong with the notice of appeal - or can that be done at a later date?
answered on Nov 10, 2022
You must complete an informational statement providing that information.
To pay our landlord, we must leave the money in a mailbox which keeps getting broken into and someone is stealing the money from other tenants and me randomly. We are STILL required to pay the amount that was STOLEN. Not only that, even packages are getting taken from tenants' doors. When we... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2022
You should make arrangements with landlord to pay rent another way- by mailing check/money order to LL; paying through a payment app like PayPal or Venmo or making payments into all’s bank account
answered on Nov 10, 2022
You must file notice of appeal within 30 days after you’ve been served with a copy of the order dismissing your complaint with notice of its entry.
We tried mediation and it failed. We both want a divorce but haven't filed yet. We live in the same building for the time being and agreed to have our 13 year old on alternate weeks. Now they are having anxiety issues when with my spouse for more than a couple of days, but he dismisses me... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2022
If you prohibit him from having parenting time he can file a petition with family court seeking custody and/or parenting time. You also can file for the same relief to address the issue b
Roommate attempted to assault me, and damaged my bedroom door in the process and my landlord was present while this happened. I filed a police report and asked my landlord for measures to be put in place that could ensure my safety after the incident that transpired and his response was that he is... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2022
No. Your tenant had no obligation to get involved with an altercation between you and your roommate.
I was in a psychiatric center for depression and when i was talking to the therapist they asked me if i had guns in my home and i said yes because my husband is a hunter. I had a 2 year old at home and when i was in the hospital, the therapist called cps on us and they came and checked our house.... Read more »
My ex is arrested for attempted murder . He also abused me and his mom was aware that I could not escape the situation easily . She has never met our baby , called or texted me. 3 years later she is trying to serve me with papers for custody / Visitation. Can I just ignore this request ? It is not... Read more »
answered on Oct 3, 2022
You must appear in court to answer the petition. The fact that she is petitioning for custody does not mean that she will be given custody. Because she is a non-parent, she would have to first show extraordinary circumstances, such as abandonment or neglect on your part. She would then have to... Read more »
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