Joseph Jaap's answer If there is a pending child support/custody case, then the attorney can request documents relevant to the case, typically financial information to determine child support. You can file an objection with the court, and the court will decide if the requested documents are relevant. If so, and you do not provide them, the court can find you in contempt. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to represent you.
Joseph Jaap's answer If unmarried, the mother has full legal custody until the father proves paternity and a court grants him parental rights. Mother can make all decisions about the child, and can deny father spending time with the child. She can file for child support, which will determine paternity.
Joseph Jaap's answer Contact the city to take legal action. Also, note the problems in writing to your landlord. If landlord does not take action, start paying your rent on time each month into escrow with your local court. Check the court web site for the forms and the process.
Joseph Jaap's answer A court can only decide based on evidence and testimony that is properly presented in court and admitted into evidence according to the court's formal rules of evidence. The rules of evidence are posted on-line. The court must comply with those rules. If the plaintiff is not able to submit sufficient evidence that is admissible to prove the claim, or doesn't know how to get the evidence admitted, then the plaintiff cannot win - and there might not be any grounds for a successful objection....
Joseph Jaap's answer If the stepfather does not have legal custody, then he could be arrested if he does not give the children to the person who has custody. Stepfather can file for custody or can file for guardianship, and the court will decide what is in the best interest of the children. Stepfather should retain a local family law attorney to represent him.
Joseph Jaap's answer The court will determine how much a tenant owes in current and back rent, and will issue a judgment for that amount. If tenant does not pay, then the landlord can then proceed with legal action to collect from tenant on that judgment. Landlord can also make an adverse entry on tenant's credit record, lowering tenant's credit score and making it more difficult to rent from a landlord who checks credit and prior evictions.
Joseph Jaap's answer Check with the buyer's attorney or title company to determine what they require to confirm that good title will be conveyed. They might require you to reinstate the corporation, or buyer could allow you to note in the deed that you are winding up the affairs of the corporation. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local business or tax attorney to advise you.
Joseph Jaap's answer Without a will, his assets will pass to his heirs according to Ohio law. If he was married, then wife and kids will share. If not married, then the kids will share equally, and the share to the two minors would go to a parent of guardian for the benefit of the minor. A family member will have to file with the probate court to open the estate and be appointed as administrator to handle the transfer of the accounts and car. If the total value of assets is small, a simplified probate process...
Joseph Jaap's answer The parents must follow the parenting agreement/custody order, which typically specifies the days on which the child stays with which parent. That must be followed, or else the parent not following the custody order can be taken to court and found in contempt. Review the parenting agreement/custody order.
Joseph Jaap's answer If you don't pay, the landlord can try to evict you. If so, then go to the eviction hearing, show a copy of the signed lease, and the court will determine if the rent increase is allowable.
Joseph Jaap's answer Unless she has visitation or other rights granted by a court, then she cannot take them anywhere or do anything with them without your permission. If she does that, then you could call the police and she could be arrested.
Joseph Jaap's answer The parents must follow the court-ordered custody arrangement. If you want to change the custody, then you must go back to court and file for that change. The court will determine if a change is in the best interest of the children. If you don't return the children, then you could face legal problems and the police could arrest you. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local OH family law attorney to review all the facts and advise you, and you might also need a CA attorney.
Joseph Jaap's answer Start by talking to children's services. If you never established paternity or obtained parental rights from a court, then you need to do that. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney.
Joseph Jaap's answer Talk to a school counselor or other trusted adult about your situation. If you move out without permission, both you and the person you move in with could get into trouble unless it is done properly.
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