The answer to your question depends on the details surrounding the incident, and without more information, it is difficult to provide you with a definitive answer. For this reason, it is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
We both utilize the after school program at his school. I pay his mother child support and she is telling me that my child support payments don't cover ASP when he stays with me and I need to pay for those days. Do I, or is it covered by my child support?
You cannot leave your legal guardian’s home without their permission or a court order. It is uncertain what the details are surrounding the custody arrangement, however if is court ordered you will need to have a modification to change it.
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It is possible that his bail hearing was heard in Magistrate Court, and yes the bond hearing for his charge must be heard in Superior Court . Yes, it is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible in order to discuss the details and assess proper options.
One of my guardians lies a lot and is very manipulative of people. They have always been verbally, emotionally, and mentally abusive towards me. I’ve been told I can by a few people I know because they’ve done it before but I want to make sure it’s still legal.
If you desire to file criminal charges against her, you need to file a police report, and they will investigate. If you want to pursue a civil suit, you would file a complaint in the Superior Court of the county where she resides.
Your circumstances are unfortunate. The defendant can file a petition with the court, however it does not mean the court cannot/will not dismiss it. Given the facts, it is best to present to the court the details you’ve outlined here. Contacting an attorney may prove extremely helpful for you....Read more »
I want to live with my dad because my mom's boyfriend verbally abuses me and i have witnesses and he does it front of our home camera whatv happens if i run away to my dad's house.He also brags about beating me to his friends on the game and calls me dumb a** ,stupid and sometimes retarded
My son went forth on the morning of an incident as a witness to tell the police what he saw voluntarily. They don't believe that my son was in the wrong place at the wrong time. They are assuming he knows the person just because he got away alive. What are our rights?
There is a difference in being questioned by the police and being charged. It is important to note that if your son has not been formally charged, he has no obligation to meet with the police. Considering the circumstances, it is best to contact an attorney who can assist you.
He stopped receiving child care in the 6th grade and is now a junior in high school. I have been overpaying $167 a month for 5 years. The $167 is my portion of her child care expense at the time of the divorce that has gone on for an additional 5 years. IT could go on for another two unless I get... Read more »
From everything I researched the process can take 4-6 months, and I need to be out of their guardianship asap. I haven't been staying with them for the past 2 weeks, and I've been kicked out twice. I have lots of witnesses of physical abuse, and I can prove I'm mentally, financially,... Read more »
You would need to file a Petition for Emancipation in juvenile court in the county where you reside. There are many factors that the court will consider in granting emancipation, one includes if the minor is supporting herself independently. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with...Read more »
He paid child support for July in August after getting a delinquency letter and has yet to pay for August. Supposing he doesn't pay this month, what enforcement action will take place? He is self employed and did not provide work details in his paperwork. We are coming up on 36 months and I am... Read more »
I wasnt read my miranda rights upon arrest. I was crying when I went to jail cause I was in shock so I had a low grade fever and they put me In isolation (fiday) and instead of seeing the judge the next day (Saturday) I was left in isolation until sunday and then was put with others and had my... Read more »
Since you already have a Public Defender representing you, you have counsel. Since your charges are fairly recent, there likely are no new court date or any developments; the courts have remained closed only for certain emergency hearings. Most offices, including the office of Public Defender, are...Read more »
This could be a violation of the school’s individual dress code and student behavior and possibly a criminal charge of indecent exposure. It is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
This 13-year old does not obey parents, threatens them and dog with knife, steals. Has already been to juvenile facility for breaking mother's nose. Is currently hospitalized but being released to mother today. Mother does not want to accept child but fear abandonment charge. Other... Read more »
It is best to contact the police, child’s probation officer and/or the juvenile court where the child’s cases have been handled. Generally, there are conditions of probation and from the sound of things, the child has committed additional offenses that would normally be considered violations....Read more »
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