I kept my friend out that I was living with because she was stealing from me and she ended up calling DSS on me and saying that I’m doing drugs around my child will DSS came out and talk to me and look them up please and said that everything was fine that it doesn’t look like I’m on any drugs... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2019
I'd just like to stick to answering your question:
(a) Yes, you have the right to refuse the drug test on any grounds.
(b) If you do, I'd make sure to have a private screen at your soonest opportunity following the DSS request.
(c) Not all Judges prefer hair... Read more »
I was forced out of the home with our children due to constructive abandonment for domestic violence almost a year ago. However, we remained working on our relationship regardless of the disputes dealt with in court. Now that I have refused to drop my claim for child support, my husband refuses to... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2019
Your husband owns the home, but any mortgage payments during the course of the marriage could constitute marital property.
It is a complex situation and you'll need to consult a lawyer.
answered on Oct 10, 2019
As much as I hate to say this, there aren't any good options, short of serious vigilance and professional counseling.
Your other options:
(a) Call the police, who will say they don't normally act in that kind of capacity -- still, they might agree to give him a talking to;... Read more »
answered on Oct 8, 2019
It depends upon the context. Is it a criminal investigation or testimony (or witness interview) in a criminal case?
If it's criminal, yes. A cop can question a minor as part of a criminal investigation.
If it's civil, it depends on many things and we'd need to know... Read more »
He was on drugs and I put him out. He has taken personal possessions but I refuse to give him money. I know what he’ll do with it. Can he do anything before the year is up?
answered on Sep 23, 2019
Yes, if there was a marriage, he theoretically can file as a "dependent spouse" for what is called post spousal support. He'd probably need to consult with and pay an attorney to figure this out, however. The pleading requirements are a little complicated. He could also ask for... Read more »
In my case I want to file for bed and board divorce and I’m moving our before the 10 days on the 50b. What if she files the bed and board before me? Or what if we both file at the same time?
answered on Sep 16, 2019
The question itself doesn't make sense from a legal, procedural standpoint. Divorce from B&B and 50B are two very different things. I would suggest strongly that you get legal advice in person. Just call someone in your jurisdiction and set up a consultation.
I was served summons papers yesterday by ups
answered on Sep 16, 2019
Yes, you can be sued for court ordered visitation in order to settle the rights of each party by court order.
At the hearing on that motion or suit you'll have the right to present your text evidence and to show the judge you've been acting in good faith and are therefore a fit... Read more »
His son manipulated me and told me he had the money to fight me and I would get nothing . His father and I had been split up for a year but I still took care of him . his son give me 5000 but my id wasn't even valid and I dont remember signing the papaers due to me doing pills trying to cope... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2019
A lot will depend on whether you can establish "duress" in forming the contract with the son. There is a presumption in North Carolina that absent a will, the biological children over a second wife, but this can be overcome with good evidence. If $5,000 was exchanged at time of your... Read more »
Father has primary custody. I only see minor child every other weekend. She has four cavities. I told him to get them fixed. He tells me he will but never does it. I can’t take her to dentist and do not have the policy number. He denies me the information. The temporary parental order doesn’t... Read more »
answered on Aug 27, 2019
The custody agreement or order (if there is one) will provide the remedy. If the father is obligated under the consent or custody order -- or under a custody agreement -- to provide orthodontics services, your lawyer can make a motion to show cause for contempt to ask a judge to force him to do... Read more »
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