Yes, the parents can take action, and the child could go to juvenile detention. Children cannot come and go as they please. If there are problems at home, the child should talk to a family member, teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult.
Ohio law does not require tenant to give permission to landlord. Landlord must have a valid reason, and must give reasonable advance notice to tenant, except if it is an emergency. Denying access could be reason for landlord to evict a tenant.
My company conducts estate sales. We take jobs by the value of our clients belongings. Our client received the contract where we state you cannot remove any items from the home as they are deemed for sale. They ignored this & took out items anyway. This was in breach of contract. The client also... Read more »
Since the contract was not signed, that makes things more difficult. If there is litigation, you can claim that they verbally agreed to the terms of the contract. They can dispute that. If you can't work it out with them, then they might sue you to collect the proceeds you have retained. You...Read more »
I wanna file for divorce and I’m 100% sure that my wife won’t agree and I’m also sure about my decision. We have been living in different apartments for almost two years and no we don’t have any join accounts or properties. I live with my 2 kids and she lives with my 3 step Children. She... Read more »
If she won't agree, then you cannot do a dissolution. You must file a divorce. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to review your situation, answer your questions, and advise you.
There is no requirement for advance notice. On a month to month lease, either tenant or landlord can terminate at the end of any month by giving 30 days written notice. So you could tell them on Oct. 31 that rent goes up on Nov. 1. If they don't want to pay it, then they can terminate the lease...Read more »
My 14 month old daughter's father and I are no longer together. We were never married. May 5, her father was charged with domestic violence and assault against me. He is pending trial. Immediately after he kicked my daughter and I out of our home. During this time, I relapsed (recovering... Read more »
Yes, your situation is complicated -- much too complicated to work out on line. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney who can then meet with you to review all the facts of the situation with you and advise you of your options.
The apt lease is supposed to end in October 2019.I’ve moved out of state and in Dallas right now.I gave them verbal notice in Aug that i wont be extending lease, that time they did not notify me that i need to give them written notice .now apt has sent me auto renewal notice for a year without... Read more »
If the lease had an auto renew provision that required 60 days written notice to not renew, and if you did not give written notice, then the lease renewed, and you are legally obligated to pay the rent for the rest of the lease term, unless landlord makes good faith efforts to re-rent and gets a...Read more »
I’ve paid them 8 times over the last 12 months - because I was 15 days late. I pay the late fees but the legal fee (an additional $300) each time, when they know I’m not going to break my lease, is a bit excessive. Could I pay my rent and late fee balance and not pay the legal fee imposed... Read more »
Landlord can charge you fees as permitted in your lease, e.g. if it says landlord can charge you a late fee and legal fees as many times as you are late. You must work that out with the landlord. If you do not pay your rent on the day it is due, and if you do not pay any late fees or other...Read more »
Yes, you can enter to clean up. But your written lease should require tenants to maintain the property in compliance with all laws and local ordinances including clean up. Send them the bills to reimburse you for the cost of clean up. If they don't pay, file to evict them. Use the Find a Lawyer...Read more »
You can drop out, but if you don't complete your education, then you will be unable to earn a decent living and even with government assistance, will likely live in poverty with your son. Talk to a family member, school counselor, teacher, or other trusted adult about your situation.
That would leave it to me and my brother. I talked to his attorney in early July and she told me she would be mailing the waiver to me and also advised me not to open probate until 6 months after my mothers death date. I have finally gotten the waiver here in early October and I see it was filed in... Read more »
A creditor has 6 months from date of death to present a claim. Probate is initiated by someone filing with the probate court to administer an estate. Check the probate court web site to determined if a probate case has been opened for the decedent. If not, then use the Find a Lawyer tab to...Read more »
I had a dissolution of our marriage two and a half years ago. We have a three year old daughter. We have shared custody. I get her every other weekend. I pay child support and allow the mother to claim her on taxes every year. My problem is when we got divorced she upped and moved 2 and a half... Read more »
If that is what you agreed to in the dissolution and for her relocation, then you will have to try for a change. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to discuss the situation and your options for negotiating a change of the parenting schedule with your ex, or filing with...Read more »
As per the lease, my tenant is responsible to pay for water bill, but he has not paid for it in 5 months (nor he has paid rent in 5 months). Since the water connection is in my name, I have to keep paying for it. Can I ask the water company to shut off the water? I have given him notice and have... Read more »
An 18 year old can get married without parental permission. But the parent might not continue to provide health insurance, car insurance, or financial support to continue education beyond college if the parent thinks the marriage is a mistake and not well thought-out. An 18 year old is considered...Read more »
You are not a legal adult until age 18. Nobody can predict what the police or children's services might or might not do if you leave before then. Even if they take no action, will you be finishing your education so you can be a responsible, productive adult? If you leave, will you still have...Read more »
If there is no custody order and a court has not granted the father any parental rights, then the mother has sole legal custody. A school might not allow the father to enroll the child if it knows that he does not have any legal custody.
No, but they can kick you out by evicting you. So you should have some alternative place to live if they do. They could also terminate your health insurance, car insurance, and any other support they provide. Once a person is 18, they are considered an adult, can make their own decisions, and...Read more »
It depends on what the written lease says, that landlord and tenant signed. If the lease is for the land and buildings, and there is no exception for the landlord to keep using the shed, then the landlord could hold the tenant responsible. If tenant didn't pay to repair the shed, then landlord...Read more »
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