Your daughter's juvenile, criminal history is sealed; that is, unless she EVER gets in trouble after she turns 18. If she never gets in trouble no one will ever know about it. However, if she ever gets arrested after turning 18, all of her juvy records will be exposed by the prosecutors, who...Read more »
I think that the easiest way to remove your late wife's name will be to quit claim the house to your fiancee. If your wife's "estate" was probated (or might still be in probate), you can quit claim the house to your fiancee as the executor of your late wife's estate. If...Read more »
My daughters biological father has never been in her life, when I was pregnant my now husband was my boyfriend so he’s been with me since before she was born. Her birth certificate has no fathers name on it. Her biological father hasn’t even talked to me or asked about her since I was a month... Read more »
The answer to your question is NO. Your bf/now husband and you however, are in the position now of replacing the birth father BY ADOPTION with your new husband. But you are going to need to file two petitions:
1. Petition for Termination. This petition says, the bio father has not acted...Read more »
They changed my home owner insurance no one let me know. They also let my police lapse every year for 2 months. They paid my taxes late every year but up my payment to pay for the late fees. Now i am under insured and my home burnt up. I paid more than my payment and always said the payment and the... Read more »
If you read the closing documents VERY CAREFULLY, you will see that the mortgager put a clause in your papers explaining that your loan is part of a bundle of negotiable instruments in the financial market. Your "loan" is part of commerce. Buyers of "loans" buy your loan and...Read more »
Do I have the right to know what evidence was given to establish probable cause submitted to the judge in order to obtain a search warrant? Can a police officer just tell a judge that he believes illegal activity is going on at so and so's residence with no basis or evidence for probable cause?
Yes you have the absolute right to know exactly what the police had given the judge before asking the judge to issue a search warrant. Your lawyer will make a Request for Discovery to the State. The State will send your lawyer the Affidavit of Probable Cause, which was typed up and given to the...Read more »
My husband then down the line in family ify husband died. The father died 4 months after our marriage, it's now legally his, with the will of continued family pass down. No prenup was signed, in a divorce so I have rights
Every state was given the opportunity to adopt the "Uniform Probate Code." Washington adopted it and had changed a few things over the years. However, one thing that remains the same is that someone who dies with a will has the opportunity to make "devices" "gifts"...Read more »
Sorry to tell you this but you have no other rights other than to move out. Hopefully, the new owner will give you thirty (30) days to move your things. That's tough, I know. Renters in Idaho have a tough row to hoe!
I was the closest person to this child. He has a bedroom in my home and spent 5 days a week with me. I have never been arrested and have a stable work and homelife. They refuse to even talk to me and tell me why. I feel as though CPS. is just a guise for human trafficing. They are their own... Read more »
What do they tell you as their excuse for not considering you? Do you have any warrants or possibly living with someone on probation or parole? If you can't afford to hire a lawyer then go into the Court Assistance Office and ask them for a Petition for Guardianship and file it with the...Read more »
The UCCJA "uniform child custody jurisdiction act," says that a child's "home state" is where the child has lived for the six (6) months immediately preceding the filing (of the divorce etc.) that you're talking about. So, first question, where has the child lived for...Read more »
If you and your husband's children were not adopted by you, then you are in the same position as I would be, if I petitioned to be his children's guardian. You are in a very tough position and likely to hear from your husband's brothers and sisters, possibly parents, who will want...Read more »
The victim of the registered offender is now married to the offender and it has been 20 years since the offender conviction. The children involved in the custody case have never been harmed by the offender.
The custody court's decisions are appealable. If the Magistrate Judge said "on the record," that she was ignoring ALL EVIDENCE produced by your husband, then the judge's decision is likely to be overturned. On the other hand, recent court decisions...Read more »
I received money for the sale of my home in December 2020. I was married in February of 2021. Just added him to my checking acct 2 weeks ago (May 2021) and the state took almost $30,000 of my money for his back support and without any notice.
No they can't . . . unless you put your money and new husband's money into a "joint checking account" and can't tell which money was your original money and trace out the money which belonged to your new husband. However, in Idaho, all money which is deposited into a joint...Read more »
I am the sole custodian of my daughter I fell ill and was unable to care for my daughter in which my mom gladly took the reins so I could recover in which we knew would be a long road to recovery, and agreed that soon as I was stable and able to bring my daughter bak home that she care for her... Read more »
If you were ill and left your daughter in your mother's care while you recovered, then your mother probably bonded to your daughter, her granddaughter, while you were in Portland recovering. The ONLY thing keeping you from going to your mother's home and walking up to the door saying,...Read more »
Hi, I'm sure someone else will probably ask you to clarify your question, but let me first ask you to ask it more clearly please? IF I understand your question, you said that you were arrested? For what were you arrested? In a car? Park? While walking?
Except that any combination or compound containing ephedrine,or any of its salts and isomers,or phenylpropanolamine or its salts and isomers,or pseudoephedrine,or any of its salts and isomers which is prepared for dis-pensing or over-the-counter... Read more »
Does it fall under the same regulations of "concealment" as other weapons? Such an item normally used for defense. Will one be prosecuted for having it concealed even though no license laws exist for such an item?
Unfortunately, Idaho has NO law of emancipation. Idaho law requires all kids to attend school through the 8th grade, so my advise to you is that you attempt to 1) mend fences, stay in school, it won't be too long till you're on your own, yada, yada, yada; or, 2) seek permission to stay...Read more »
My 10 year old daughter wants to change her last name to her stepfather's. Her biological father has not been in her life since she was 8 months old. We have a child support order against him but he hasnt paid in 7 years. What can I do?
The fact that her father hasn't had any contact with her since she was 8 months old, DUE TO A NO CONTACT ORDER, against the father, is problematic. The fact that he hasn't paid CS in 7 years is irrelevant to your question. Idaho has a statute regarding name change. It is found in Title...Read more »
Idaho: We have lived here for 13 years with 1 consistent neighbor so we are almost certain it’s them. They called animal control for neglect. Saying our dog was outside all day in the sun, he was outside with us while we picked cherries from our tree. Our back yard gets maybe 3 hours of sun... Read more »
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