Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer Insufficient information to determine what the likely outcome will be. What you need to do is schedule a consultation with a local child custody lawyer to discuss every fact available. Custody decisions are made on single facts alone. The lawyer will have several questions for you to determine your likelihood of success and what type of visitation, if any, would be given.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer You should, under no circumstances, remove her property from the home until after going through proper eviction procedures. You should locate a landlord/tenant attorney in your local area to discuss what notices have to be given and what length of time you need to wait before eviction proceedings.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer If you feel like you have been the victim of a severe threat (at any point), report it to the magistrate. They will be the one to decide whether the threat is sufficient enough to warrant further action.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer That would largely depend on the judge, but most judges would allow you to cooperate with the opposing side if you decide to. Whether it is a good idea in your particular case is best discussed with a confidential consultation with a lawyer to determine the pros and cons associated with your course of action.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer There are several situations in which the administrator can compel the production of bank records. There is insufficient information to determine the purpose of doing so, and whether it is allowed under the law. If you are concerned about this process, you should speak with a lawyer to discuss in more, confidential detail.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer There are certain limitations on how a funeral home may dispose of a body or handle the requests of the deceased's next of kin. If you feel you are being mislead or mistreated, you should speak with a local attorney as soon as possible to review the facts of your case in more detail and what steps can be taken next.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer Locating a new lawyer may be in order, as there are certainly methods for locating a birth mother that a lawyer can utilize known as "skip tracing." Find a lawyer who knows the term and how it works.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer It sounds as though you are wondering how much of your tax refund is going to be taken and what it will be used for. In order to determine that information, you need to schedule a consultation with a lawyer so they can review your child support order and ask a series of questions.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer There are several questions that a lawyer would have before being able to answer your question including, but not limited to, who the donor for the child was, whether there was any contract entered into between the parties, and whether there was a court involved with her grandmother. There is not enough information to answer your question. Seek out an attorney consultation. The attorney will need to ask you several questions to determine how to protect your interests.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer Depending on the value of the home, whether there was a mortgage on the home, and how the home was transferred there is a strong probability that additional steps must be taken to manage the home and not have any adverse consequences down the line. You should schedule a meeting with a Probate Lawyer.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer Unless it is in a court order, it is hard to enforce such provisions. If the judge forgot to put it in a court order, this can typically be corrected with the proper motion. To file such motion, hire a lawyer.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer Adoption. The most preferred method would be an agreed step parent adoption. Biological father is entitled ot notice, and if biological father does not agree, you will need to have a child and prove that termination is in the child's best interest. These are hard cases, and mere abandonment rarely rises to a significant level if the biological father wants to resume a relationship.
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