Also can they require the non-custodial parent to travel more than half the distance for their parenting time? Can the custodial parent deny weekday visits saying they can only do visits at a location closer to the custodial parent. Even if this language is not in the court order? The move was also... Read more »
The court order contains all of the requirements. Everything else is just the other parent trying to pull a fast one. An order cannot require that a person never moves - but a person moving could, potentially, have other implications. Unfortunately, you will not get specific advice on this...Read more »
A friend of mine is trying to get custody of her son who is being emotionally abused by his father (he has physical custody and they both live in ND). The courts are telling her they won't hear the case unless she has legal representation. She makes too much for legal aid and doesn't have the $5000... Read more »
I plead guilty on a charge because I was told that the record would be sealed after two years of probation. I should have fought it, but it was cheaper and easier to plead than to fight it. I found out later I stay in the system on background checks. My state has a clause that says if I go 5 years... Read more »
North Dakota does not say "five years and we treat it like it never happened." Instead, North Dakota has a period in which you can petition to seal your record. If you received a deferred imposition of sentence (which would seal it after probation) and it was never sealed, then petition the court...Read more »
You have the right to an attorney at public expense if you cannot afford an attorney. You don't, however, have the right to pick your attorney at public expense. Unfortunately, many people end up being unsatisfied with their public defender. But being unsatisfied with your public defender leaves...Read more »
The box was checked endangerment of life and/or property He was turning left on a flashing yellow arrow and did not see the vehicle coming the other direction. He was clearly in the wrong. Both vehicles involved are commercial motor vehicles. The other driver was taken by ambulance and... Read more »
Having a lawyer should always be a priority for anybody charged with a crime - even if they are at-fault and want to admit they are responsible. The reality is that a lawyer can help your song work out a deal that is more favorable to his interests. Oftentimes, the benefits of a lawyer outweigh the...Read more »
I am going through a custody situation, after having child support raised. I was given sole legal and sole physical custody in 2011. I had child support raised in December 2018 and a month later I was served with custody papers. My daughter is 9 and her Biological dad is a registered predatory... Read more »
Juvenile delinquency proceedings in Minnesota are similar but different from adult criminal proceedings. The basic procedure (discovery, plea bargaining, trial, etc.) apply, but younger juveniles often have better opportunities for rehabilitation and to avoid future problems. But to get a fair...Read more »
Nobody was home at this house. The police told them my name. The dogs were sitting in their own feces & urine...the whole garage was covered of weeks of waste. It was toxic! The door was unlocked, heard the dogs barking for weeks, I called police 3 times
I am not married to the childs father. He did sign an awknowledgement of paternity. He is saying if I take my daughter to my best friends wedding he will call me in for kidnapping. There is no custody agreement of any kind. He Is trying to force me to leave her with a coworkers wife whom I've never... Read more »
He has not seen my son in over 4 and I have never received any financial support or help with medical bills. I believe his wife hates my son and feel if he asked to have him for a day would Not be a good situation. Can I file for 100% custody? We live in North Dakota.
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