Yes I meet with him. He did indicate he would be willing to allow her to stay in the house until Ava graduates. He would pay the mortgage ( including taxes and insurance) shoe would pay utilities and child support reserved. He would exercise his parenting time at the house. Can talk Thursday... Read more »
The vaccines have been approved by the FDA on an emergency basis. Your employer is not forcing the vaccine on you. They are simply saying you can't work for them if you aren't vaccinated. Your choice entirely.
There are state rules that provide guidance regarding voluntary and involuntary termination rules for when the final paycheck should be provided. However, if an employee makes a specific request to receive their final pay upon termination (regardless of state or reason for termination), is the... Read more »
The State has offered to purchase a portion of the property. This would include a majority of the septic field. She has nowhere to replace it. They did not have any compensation for this item listed on their offer. Would that make her property inhabitable and what are her options? Do they have to... Read more »
You are not considered an adult until you either reach 18 years of age or are emancipated (declared to have the rights of an adult) through a court proceeding. The main requirements of emancipation are that your parents must agree to it and you must be immediately able to support yourself living...Read more »
I’m 16 and one of my parents is giving child support to my other one. With the pandemic going on my mother, who receives child support, recently lost her job. I’ve been wanting to help her but she’s questioning whether I’m allowed to work, since my father is giving her child support. I just... Read more »
My ex husband has parenting time every other weekend. Our daughters are 13, 9 and 9.
Last weekend my daughter walked by his bedroom at 2 p.m. when all of the kids were in the house and heard voices. The door was closed, but she could clearly hear him engaging in an online chat coercing... Read more »
What document do I use? If it's a quitclaim deed, what name is listed as the grantor? The deceased person, or "The Estate of ...."? I would be the one signing it, as the administrator. The current deed is in the deceased's name solely.
I was laid off for a short period so I am filed for unemployment benefits for that period Only to be Fired a couple days after coming back so I have been receiving benefits for the past four months as I look for work. Just recently they have raised a claim that I am not eligible because either I... Read more »
I traveled to the last court date from Oklahoma and was told that I could take my son home with me. They closed the case, and at the bottom of the court order, it is written, “All custodial rights of the minor are vested to (my name).” Does this mean that I now have full or sole custody of my... Read more »
Until a court order is entered determining when each of the parents has time with the children, the rights of the parents are exactly the same. It is not kidnapping to take your own child, unless a court order determines the other parent should have the child at that time.
I need some legal advice . I have a Landlord who is not cashing late payments on rent in a timely manor . He is also not giving receipts for payments . I have noticed he only does this with late payments . When I pay rent on time my checks are normally cashed within a few days .... He has no office... Read more »
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