Hello I have an 8 year old daughter who's mother has just came back into picture she was granted Sunday and Monday night custody. My mother has overall guardianship. My daughter has dance lesson which I pay for out of pocket and has been in dance longer then her mother has been back but now... View More
If she is not complying with the Court Order then one option is to file a motion for contempt. She will be responsible for your costs if you are successful. The guardian cannot stop visitation - you will need to ask the Court to modify the Order so your daughter gets to dance class.
I have not had contact with my ex husband in more than 6 months as he refused to get back to me about arranging a date to visit her. I had problems in the past with not having a stable environment for her to live in. According to our parenting plan he was not to move farther away without asking me... View More
If we both agree to this, can I take them out of school to go? Can I get in trouble for it? Bad, bad breakup with a violently abusive wife who turned it on me when I told her I was leaving and had me taken away from family for over a year. Finally received 50% custody 3 years ago. Kids Irish dance... View More
Husband is an independent contractor under contract for Contracting Cable Co A that contracts work from Contracting Cable Co B that contracts work from Major Cable Co C. Contracting Cable Co B is requiring an inspection of independent contractors personally owned work ladders and requiring said... View More
He doesn't make effort to see her. I want full custody and him off the birth certificate. I tried giving him the chance of surrendering his rights. He told me to take him off her birth certificate but won't work with me in the steps.
Back in 2000 I'm was convicted of felony marijuana sales charge. I was sentenced to 2yrs probation and a 12mo suspended. Part of my plea deal was that upon completion of probation the charge would be reduced to misdemeanor possession, which it was. Can I purchase/possess a firearm? Any help... View More
My 17 year old daughter had a stalking petition filed against her by another student following a boyfriend/ girlfriend break-up disaster. The stalking petition was dismissed in court, but before we were able to get in front of a judge, my daughter violated the restraining order by passing the other... View More
It depends on the level of the charge. If she was charged with a Class A Misdemeanor, then she could go to jail. This is highly unlikely based on the facts you describe. Your daughter should consult with a criminal defense attorney asap if she hasn't already.
The answer depends on what you've been charged with. Depending on the weight on the alleged drugs, you could be facing a felony charge which carries potential prison time and high fines. At the very least, you potentially face a misdemeanor charge which could result in jail time and a...View More
Your answer could use a few more facts, but in general a property owner or their designated agent may issue a no trespassing order either verbally or in writing.
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