I have been with no air all summer, do have window units but its now winter and I have 2 dogs that stays inside. there is no heat provided at all. The air ducts and installation is still not installed and its been like that since May 2019. At time of the lease signing everything was working.
You must contact the landlord in writing notifying him/her of the problem.Title 41 section 121 of the Oklahoma statutes can be read by you but says the following. C. Except as otherwise provided in this act, if, contrary to the rental agreement or Section 18 of this act, the landlord willfully or...Read more »
Just because a parent is too hard on a child is not sufficient grounds to emancipate a child. There are statutory prerequisites that must be met before a petition can be filed on behalf of a child for emancipation. You need to hire an attorney to speak to him/her about the requirements and have...Read more »
There is no formal petition to terminate a guardianship. A motion must be filed along with an order for hearing which must be served upon the guardian to terminate the guardianship. The reason and purpose that the guardianship was created for on the ward must be shown at that hearing as having been...Read more »
the father is being treated as if his rights have been terminated, based on false info from the mother, who has failed to comply with the courts & has been unconfronted by the courts for non compliance. meanwhile, father is denied visitation etc. **this is for oklahoma not new mexico**
He doesn’t want to pay more child support but wants to do what the kids wants and they want to be with me. How can I change this? He makes twice as much money and I take a low job to keep the kids on the schedule which is benifical to him as no daycare is needed. The kids vary rarely even stay... Read more »
You have not said if this is a joint custody case or you have sole custody. You need to hire an attorney to file a motion to modify the Decree requesting a change in custody to full custody or if you already have that then request a modification of the visitation and child support.
I suppose your question is why you have to pay and he threw out the test. There are certain laws governing children born during the marriage which could be used in your circumstance to do what the Judge did in not allowing the test results. If you lived with the mother and child for two years for...Read more »
The amount of money you bid will go to pay the outstanding mortgage. The mortgage holder usually bids enough to cover their mortgage and if outbid them then your money you pay upon confirmation of the sale will be sent to them.
No. You will have to have a drug and alcohol assessment done and follow the recommendations of that testing. Depending on the facts of the case, you may have to attend a DUI school so to speak for a number of hours. The DPS of Oklahoma has offices in several larger counties around the State that...Read more »
If you were the contractor, you can file a mechanics and materialmans lien on the property as long as it is not too long after you last worked on the property or supplied materials. Then if they don't pay, you can foreclose the lien.
Thank you for the quick response. co heir sold property using a quit claim deed then the property was then sold to another party with a Joint tenancy warranty deed. There never was a probate case. We were unaware that the property existed because we were told at the funeral that my granddad sold... Read more »
Any attorney you speak with about this issue will be unable to give you a good answer until he/she is able to see the different deeds you speak of and the quiet titles you speak of along with a few more facts.
Our property was sold fraudulently. The buyers must have known something about the fraud because shortly after the sales quiet title actions were filed. Can a quiet title ever be successfully overturned?
If the quiet title action has been completed to Judgment, it would be very difficult to overturn that Judgment. If it has not gone to judgment, you can win some quiet title cases depending of course on the facts of the case.
I am paid up on child support, did not owe any back child support. Recently received letter stating my payment was to increase. I did not contest this as my wages have gone up recently, but now they are saying I owe $3000 in back support. Why is this? Are they going back to when I first got the new... Read more »
The Court cannot go back to the point you received a salary increase unless that was the same date the motion to modify your child support was filed. In other words, the date of filing for the modification will be the date that your income from that date forward will be used to calculate your new...Read more »
My wife is considering taking the issue to a judge now that he is back in the child’s life. However she has read that if there is child support owed in excess of 10k the person can go to jail and we don’t want that for him(he finally has his life back on track) is there a way to do this without... Read more »
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