It is illegal for an 18 year old to have sex with a 14 year old. There are serious consequences and penalties for violating this law. Having any type of "sexual" behavior (i.e. kissing, touching, etc) can lead to criminal charges.
We are going through hardship right now. We got into an argument and he put mustard all in my hair. For it not to escalate any further I called the police. Thinking they'd give warning. Well they arrested him for misdemeanor. He was arraigned today. Bond is $10000.00 and we aren't allowed... Read more »
The decision to prosecute someone or not is the sole discretion of the State Attorney's office. You can call their office and file a "request not to prosecute" but this does not guarantee the State will not proceed forward.
As for the contact, you can file a motion to...Read more »
It is illegal for an 18 year old to have sex with a 15 year old. There are serious consequences and penalties for violating this law. Having any type of "sexual" behavior (i.e. kissing, touching, etc) can lead to criminal charges.
I can go to free college at 16 overseas, my mom says yes to my going, dad says no. Mom is my custodial parent, dad has me every other weekend. Can he block me going if my custodial parent says I can go?
The answer to your question is not a simple "yes" or "no" because it does not necessarily have anything to do with custodial vs. non-custodial parent. It depends more on what the timesharing agreement says that was signed and entered by the Judge, and if it addresses out of...Read more »
but the custody case was dismissed because I did not have an attorney. Previously the mother had cut all contact and even threatened me if I came to her residence. I am now paying child support but the mother refuses visitation, wont tell me where she lives, and refuses to give me a phone number to... Read more »
His family keeps telling me i will get charged with rape when i turn 18. They said getting married is the only way to stop me from getting charged. Is this true??..... Or are we protected by the Romeo and Juliet law...
Your question is if just being friends with someone will get you in trouble? Of course not. However, I suspect the relationship may be more than "friends" since you are asking this question here. If she's 18, she's an adult. 2 adults can consent to a relationship. If she is...Read more »
If he has no lawyer, he needs to hire a lawyer. If he cannot afford an attorney, then he needs to request the services of the Public Defender's office, and one of the attorneys in the office will help him with this issue.
I have two children with her. we were never married. i have taken care of the kids all this time with nothing from her. she is in for child endangerment, robbery with guns and many more. i want full custody of the children. the children also want nothing to do with her, i am married and the... Read more »
There is a lot in your question that you have posed. More than can be addressed in a forum like this. You need to have an appointment with a family law attorney to discuss the paternity and custody issues.
Without knowing what you have actually received, this is difficult to answer.
You can call the local clerk's office and get more information. Or you can contact an attorney, provide them the information you have received, and they can properly advise you once they have reviewed what...Read more »
I have no job no money no way to fight back and he knows this. It is abandonment what he did, and he is really forcing the issue that i need to sign papers that i do not understand and i'm just at a loss on what to do.
I recently politely confronted her about drinking. She left and has been silent since. Her father said I'm to have no contact, the Sherriff dept and child services said that's not true. She hasn't returned calls for several weeks. Due to her demeanor, I have restricted calls to the... Read more »
More information is needed to answer your question fully. You said this was your girlfriend, which leaves me to assume the 2 of you were never married. Therefore, paternity establishment comes into play. Has paternity already been established by a court, or by an administrative proceeding (such...Read more »
Divorce states that is she contests the divorce she is responsible for the lawyer. Is this legal? She is unemployed and recovering from cancer. All the research I've done so far states the employed spouse would have to pay for her lawyer as well.
I am not sure what you mean by the "divorce" states if it is contested. More information is needed to be able to fully answer your question. (Was there an order by the court entered already, or was this a prenuptial agreement, or an agreement just between the parties involved? These...Read more »
I divorced in FL and was granted child support. A few months later we all moved to NV. While living there my ex filed for modification due to him being unemployed. Judge granted him to pay only $100 per month. Since then I moved back to FL. My ex has been working for the past 2 years or more. He... Read more »
If the requirements for jurisdiction in Florida are met, the case can be filed in Florida. If that is met, then a modification for support may be able to be filed with the court, asking the court to change the amount based on the change in circumstances.
If you are not married to the father of the child, you will need to start a paternity action in court. This will establish the man as the child's father, establish a timesharing (visitation) schedule, and child support.
We share custody 50/50 and have a parenting plan. Now my ex is moving 45 minutes away. It will be impossible for me to drive my daughter to her new school and pick her up everyday and go to work on time. In the divorce agreement, her mother's address was agreed to be the one that decided... Read more »
More information is needed in order to properly answer your question. Was there anything in the judgment stating how far the other party could move without court order? You said 45 minutes away, but how far (in miles) is she moving away? If mom's address was the address for school in the...Read more »
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