(iii) The right to receive notice and relevant information as soon as practicable but within twenty-four (24) hours of any hospitalization, major illness or injury, or death of the child. The parent exercising parenting time when such event occurs shall notify the other parent of the event and... Read more »
It means both. If you currently have the child and a listed event occurs, you should provide the healthcare provider with the other parent's info. You should also notify the other parent who is not present of the event and provide the healthcare provider's info.
My lease agreement expires October 31, 2019 and I have already started moving from the home. On October 9, 2019 I was served with eviction papers due to unpaid rent. My landlord did not give me with a written notice before taking actions through the court. Did he follow the proper steps to evict... Read more »
My 11 year olds biological farther signed a paper when I was 5 months pregnant with her that stated he did not want any prenatal rights my now husband wants to adopt her do I have to contact her farther in order for this to happen he has never seen her nor does he want to
You should consult with a local adoption attorney to discuss your rights and responsibilities. The biological father will need to be served with papers if his parental rights haven't already been terminated for some reason.
We didn't register it cause we weren't going to have it on the road we used it for a temp home, couple years later loaned to man and 6 or 7 yrs later it's for sale by someone that said they bought it from the man we loaned it to.
Consult a local attorney to assist you with getting the camper back, if that's what you want to do. If you hold the title, then the camper should not have been sold. And the buyer would not have good title.
How can I remove him from the LLC without dissolving my company? I asked him to sign papers to remove him and he refused. He never paid anything toward the business or filings for any of our licenses. He is in debt to the company for his legal fees and using the business credit to fund personal... Read more »
Custody is decided upon a lot of different factors. In theory, the answer could be yes. Practically? Probably not. But you should consult an attorney to assess your particular situation to make that determination. Without knowing more about your kids and circumstances, no one on a forum can give...Read more »
I am not the accused in the matter. Though during the course of a trial my ex-wife's attorney made a statement that my son was molested despite not offering any foundation or evidence. He went on to claim ignorance of what the criminal definition of molestation is. Ignorance of the law is never... Read more »
If the statements were made in the course of litigation it is likely that the attorney is immune under the litigation privilege from civil suit. However, statements made in court that are not supported by the record or evidence can be ground for sanctions by the board - although that is for the BPR...Read more »
That could very well be a breach of contract. You should consult with an attorney to review your contract and the circumstances of the transaction. If the seller did not honor the terms of the contract then you may have to file a lawsuit to obtain your money back.
I’m only getting my son Wednesday at 4 until Friday at 4. Summer it switches around. My ex won’t allow my son to talk to me on the phone which he is 4. When I text and ask he would ignore the text even if I ask to see him. My son don’t go to daycare so I wanted my son to have a private tutor... Read more »
You would file a petition to modify the current parenting plan. You could try to do this yourself, but you would be wise to hire or at least consult with a local attorney to review the current plan and give you your best options.
The cop pulled me over as I was turning in my friend driveway so it was private property. When I told him no to the search he already had a k9 cop present plus another cop car present for minor traffic stop. He ran the k9 around the car without my permission and they said the dog hit but he never... Read more »
The police can stop a car with probable cause - such as a minor traffic violation. If you do not consent to a search, the police can use a K9 so long as the use of the dog does not prolong the traffic stop. If the K9 hits on the car, that is probable cause to search the interior. If you have been...Read more »
Need more facts. Your lease may have the answer. But to conduct repairs and then pass the direct cost to you seems off. Have local counsel review your lease and the facts to determine what, if anything, you can do.
We live in front of the school entrance by and every year we can not get in or out during the drop off in the morning and pick up in the afternoon school board says it's a city issue and the city says it's a school zone so it's school board problem
Roommate hasn’t been removed from the lease. If found not guilty, he will be living with me again on the 24th. My landlord will not let me give my 60 day notice without my assaulting roommate’s signature. He has a huge drinking problem. My roommate was arrested and tazed by the police.
4 years ago I got custody of my granddaughter due to my daughter getting in trouble, the other grandmother was on the order to help me while I work on Saturday, it lasted not even 6 weeks. When my daughter got out of jail. The other grandmother stop helping me so with my daughter couldn’t be... Read more »
4 years ago my daughter went to jail over drugs, I got custody of my granddaughter, after staying clean for 3 and half years, she lost her son and relapsed, now she is back in jail and her lawyer is trying to get her in rehab. Now I’m having to fight for custody with the other grandmother who... Read more »
On her BC. The parents are no longer together and my daughter got a TN court order of custody. The father has always lived in GA and still does. My daughter has married and now lived in GA. Is her TN custody order legal in GA?
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