My son's mother is claiming that she lives more than 100 miles because 1 of the 3 routes to her house is 102 miles. The other 2 routes are 82 and 87 miles.
answered on Jan 21, 2023
I think the general consensus will be you live within 100 miles. Interestingly, though if your order follows the standard visitation schedule you may just want to go with Mom's, albeit wrong assertion, since you could benefit from added time.
For example, even if you live 100 miles or... Read more »
What should I do to protect my son and I if my wife just left to another city without saying anything and left my son behind with me
answered on Aug 5, 2021
Every divorce and child custody case is very unique. So keep in mind that my response is general. If your wife has truly abandoned you and your child, you can immediately file a divorce or suit affecting child relationship petition requesting a temporary restraining order. This restraining order... Read more »
answered on Aug 5, 2021
You need to speak to your employer immediately. If you were a contractor working under a general contractor you need to contact the general contractor. The purpose of this notice is to see if your employer or supervising contractor have worker's compensation insurance.
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