I was only recently appointed by the court, so the cc has gone to collections with a balance of $10k+. I have notified the sheriffs dept. I am closing out her final bills, but don't know how to proceed with this one as he continued to charge against the card after her death and they... Read more »
Your brother has committed a crime "abuse of the elderly" and because you are the Administrator of the estate, you must act like a cop to catch "over-reaching," "fraud or outright theft" of "estate" property. When your mother died, another legal...Read more »
Police filed immenent danger to cps without giving me time to find them some one to pick them up from school. pulled over at 1030am. no kids in car. in jail I contacted kids step sister parents and they were gonna pick them up. cps said no and picked them up because police said there in imminent... Read more »
Police didn't HAVE TO take the kids. Police COULD HAVE allowed you to pick them up or actually HELP you find a family member who could pick the kids up, BUT THEY DON'T HELP! THEY PUNISH and PUNISH and PUNISH you! YOU'RE A BAD DAD!! WE'RE GOING TO EVENTUALLY LET YOU HAVE YOUR...Read more »
Your Divorce Decree told you to pay Child Support through "Child Support Receipting." If you had done what the court ordered you to do you would be able to have H&W print out a complete record of your payments. However, because you chose to pay it the way YOU wanted, you will be...Read more »
I hadn't paid child support from 2007 to 2012. When I got my job I immediately called child support and started paying tears and current. Children were adopted by grandparents in 2014. Current child support stopped. I now pay my rears as much as I can when I can. I feel as though I am the only... Read more »
The child support "program" in Idaho goes like this: we (Legislature) want PARENTS (rather than taxpayers, to pay for children! It's a "policy" enshrined in our codified laws. So, its very simple math: natural parents were 100% jointly, financially responsible for their...Read more »
He does not have visitation, until he decides to go back to court and to ask for it. He has not been clean does not have a job or house. We just found out We will be moving In mid August because of my job, Which is better pay And more opportunities for my family. And how do I go about this the... Read more »
If you have been awarded SOLE legal and physical custody and father has not been awarded ANY visitation, then BY ALL MEANS, you are free to move anywhere you like. Here are some caveats you might keep in mind however:
1. If you want the bio father to be (eventually) in your...Read more »
Hi, my name is Lisa. I am looking for some direction on discrimination and harassment, defamation of character. My last employer is showing my employee file to other people and I also have a doctors letter in it. Is this a HIPPA violation. I have record of all the harassment when I was... Read more »
Employment law, even in a “right to work” state like Idaho states that an employer can create a “hostile work environment” by many different ways, including this one. Idaho also has a statute that holds employers liable for violating your right to privacy by disclosing confidential records...Read more »
I plead not guilty, and said from day one "take it to the box, no deals" my lawyer made a motion that was overruled "that court conjeste could not be help and would be not prejudicial to me according to the judge who also sat on the appeal for the case which also had a motion for... Read more »
Judges will ofttimes resort to the “record” to “prove” that something you said or the way your mouth moved or a facial tic of your lawyer WAIVED your constitutional right to a speedy trial. Problem is that this right only applies if you’re still in custody (180 days)! Most people would...Read more »
We've had 2 welfare checks and 1 cps visit in the last month regarding our children. Both the cops and the cps worker told us the kids have nothing like whats being reported. It is extreamly stressful.
If you knew WHO (for certain) was making false charge calls (that’s the key) then a police officer might take a report from you for “disturbing your peace” or “filing a false police report,” both of which are misdemeanors!
I am attending BYUI and they REQUIRE me to live in housing that they control. One of the parts of the contract forbids (paraphrase) anything that is a firearm, knife, or anything else that can injure or damage property; and forbids anything that looks like one of those.
This is an easy answer. BYU Idaho is a private college. They didn’t have to invite you to attend but they did. You accepted their rules. If you want to now pick and choose which of their rules you’ll obey then my guess is that you’ll be expelled very soon! If you could prevail with a...Read more »
The husband spend a total of 3 days in jail the first two he is making phone calls to his wife and they are discussing the situation and what they are going to do on the third day the defendant sees a judge and is released on pretrial but if given a no contact order by the judge on that third day... Read more »
This sounds like a situation wherein the actual prosecutor believes he/she’s a witness to an NCO violation, perhaps a jail call (that they listen to). It’s a much trickier charge to get out of since the threat of amending the charge is easier than you’d ever imagine for the State to prove....Read more »
I just had a default judgment against me and lost custody to my daughter for a court date I never even knew existed. It says I was served by mail. I never received anything in the mail regarding this. How is this property way to serve someone? Is this legal in Idaho? How can they get a judgment... Read more »
My boyfriend and I broke up and demanded that I send him everything back that he gave me including a laptop, stuffed plushes, and anything else. If I didn’t have it he says he wants the money back for those gifts. He lives in California I live in Idaho. He says will take me in front of a judge if... Read more »
“Gifts” are gifts! You have NO legal responsibility to give back ANY gift he gave you. If he’s (petty and stupid) not careful he’ll don’t stupid things like shame you on social media or worse, post your intimate photos on social media, which is a crime called “voyeurism.”
Since moving in all of my money goes to the household, and I did make more than he did but now I'm on SSD and our earnings are about the same. I don't want the house but legally after divorce what am I entitled to? I feel hung out to dry, he will come out ahead and I will have nothing to... Read more »
He was 20 and she 16 at birth of child. Hospital reported. Both wish to marry. He's now 22 and set for release, but with 5 year NCO. She's 18 and wants a relationship. They have a 2 year old son together. No contention from family on either side. Can she request it be lifted as a... Read more »
He has no more right than you do to claim your 4 kids! He’s just quicker to files his taxes then you are (and more selfish) but whenever someone asks me this question I always ask them to look at any direction the Divorce Decree gives? If it’s absent in the Decree (probably malpractice by the...Read more »
CPS should be considered the "Police," because they are. As an example, if your hair folicle test shows that you've been smoking meth in the last 30 days, CPS (not the official police) will shut down your visits with your child(ren) instantly! Now, under the 14th Amendment, how in...Read more »
It was filed (obviously) in the wrong state. Nonetheless, it's okay to waste money having it filed in the wrong place - but it wasn't served either (yet), so the person being served (Respondent) still hasn't had the time to file a responsive pleading challenging the Jurisdiction of...Read more »
Yes. She will need to convince the Court that she has some place to live and some way to support herself and that she’s either got wheels and insurance OR good bus service wherever she (or her baby) needs to go!
Nope! You’d have to notify the parent by sending him a copy of the Petition. It’s called “procedural due process.” No parent’s rights could be terminated without notice to him under the Fourteenth Amendment.
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