You can; however, in most cases, a party files with fault based grounds, with ID as an alternative. If you end up coming to an agreement with the other party, then you can agree to proceed as an ID divorce.
I was hired as A boat Captain in MS to replace the existing Captain ( howard) who the company said, was Going to retire. Howard had no intentions of retiring. Howard did everything he could to run me off. I tolerated it for sometime because I really needed the Captains job. Eventually it became... Read more »
There may be a case there for constructive termination; however, your best bet is going to be to contact a lawyer directly to review the facts and circumstances in more detail. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most lawyers on here,...Read more »
I have court on Tuesday May 26th. The court has already continued the trial twice now due to Covid-19. I have not been able to find council, nor can I afford an attorney with being without a job due to covid-19. So I need to request a continuance for those reasons and also because I don't... Read more »
Once a judgment is entered, then they request review of all of your assets to collect on the judgment. That being said, if you have been summoned to appear and fail to do so, you may also be looking at criminal penalties.
I understand that the child can choose which parent they want to live with if they are 12 or older, even though the judge has the overall decision on the matter after an interview with the child. Now to my question. Is having a lawyer required for this process? Or is it something I can go to the... Read more »
You would need to file a petition for a certificate of rehabilitation with the circuit court. Be aware, though, that petitioning the court is not a guarantee that the judge will issue a certificate. The court typically considers several factors, such as the nature of the underlying conviction, how...Read more »
Yes. Your children (or you acting on their behalf) have until their 28th birthday to initiate an action against your ex to collect the arrears, otherwise the balance may be wiped clean. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a family law attorney as soon as possible, so that an action can be...Read more »
If he doesn't show, you definitely need to ask that the case be dismissed, since you have the right to confront him. That being said, depending on the judge, be prepared for the prosecutor to try and continue the matter until a future date to allow the officer to appear.
If your accused of shoplifting and at the store u receive a citation telling you when to appear in court but the letter in mail is showing like you were arrested and when the arraignment is. Also its the first time you have had any legal trouble.
Not necessarily. The only thing that the officer would need to establish would be that he had a reason to suspect that you violated a traffic law. That being said, the search of your vehicle could be challenged, because there is a particular process that the officer would need to follow in order to...Read more »
Getting an annulment is tricky; however, from the looks of it, it would likely be easier for you to get a divorce, especially if he is in agreement. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer to discuss further, as the process is relatively simple and straightforward. Most lawyers on...Read more »
I'm unable to communicate with her father and have to go through his fiance and she barely picks up the phone. I haven't talked with my child in weeks because they never pick up the phone. I contact via Facebook messenger and barely get a message back. I've asked over and over... Read more »
You need to get in touch with an experienced family law attorney. First and foremost, the main question that I have is whether there is a custody order already in place. If there is, that would outline all visitation matters, in which case there is a good chance that you can file a complaint...Read more »
Basically I had a warrant because someone either driving my car, or with a car like mines was running from highway patrol.. so I have all these tickets, but I have witnesses that was with me the whole time. Between my tag being stole the day before, and dropping my car off at the body shop... Read more »
Likely not, unless you've already opened up an estate and have gotten permission from the court. Your best bet is going to be to talk to a lawyer to see how to go about setting everything up to resolve his affairs. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact...Read more »
There is a chance that if you went ahead and cashed it, you could face criminal charges. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer so that you can discuss the possibility of opening up an estate for him so that you can resolve his affairs.
My husband and I have had his 3 children for 6 years. Their mother has full custody of them, but she has nothing to do with them. Maybe twice a year she sees them. Sometimes, she will show up and take them out of school, only to drop them off with us after a month or two and never show back up. She... Read more »
From the sound of it, you have a decent shot at modifying custody so that he has custody of the kids. The problem that comes into the play would be the back child support, because that continued to accrue even though the kids were living with you. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a...Read more »
He received a letter in the mail stating that he had a 0.00 balance in arrears then a few days later in received a letter that he is $1400 in the rear. He have sent letters , he went to the office, and he has called to request someone to talk to him and No one will talk to him about his case.... Read more »
It depends. If the two felony charges were caught at the same time, then yes, they should be consolidated into one bond. That being said, if the person was already out on a felony bond, and then caught new charges, they may be ineligible for bond, particularly if the first bond was revoked....Read more »
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