My boyfriend and I have a two year old son together. We recently moved from mississippI to louisiana and we split up so he moved back to mississippi. His whole family has covid-19 however he wants to come to take my son to live with them. I need legal advice asap on what to do.
The biological dad lives in California and hasn't had anything to do with my son for 9 years. My husband and I live in Louisiana. We don't know if there's anyway we can represent ourselves, or if we just have to have an attorney.
If there is no written custody agreement between the father and I what steps do I need to take to legally move out of state with the child given that the other parent is fine with it? He pays child support and we have never had an issue remaining civil when it came to moving within the state or... Read more »
It is my strong recommendation that regardless of whether or not you have an oral agreement to relocate out of the state that you send him a certified return receipt requested letter that complies with the state relocation statute of your intent to relocate and put all information required by that...Read more »
A. Simple burglary is the unauthorized entering of any dwelling, vehicle, watercraft, or other structure, movable or immovable, or any cemetery, with the intent to commit a felony or any theft therein, other than as set forth in R.S. 14:60.
my 19-year-old military son and his wife got into an altercation on yesterday. His wife called his sergeant in hopes that he could talk to my son and maybe separate them for a night or two. she said that she had been up all night and hadn't eaten or slept And told that to the sergeant. she... Read more »
I currently live in Illinois. I believe he still lives in La but we have had no contact. If they are never able to serve him does that mean my case will never go anywhere. Do I need to hire a lawyer to help establish paternity and child support and should the lawyer be in IL or Louisiana?
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