The court put the kids on foster home and now they gave the parents under supervision for 12 months the 2 other children. We applied for the permanent custody of 3 children but the judge will give us the permanent custody of the oldest one but they need a home study. I don't understand this,... Read more »
The court may request a home study for the best interest of the child, specially if the child is leaving the NY jurisdiction. I suggest that you schedule a consult with a family law/dependency attorney to answer your questions in detail.
I sent an email to do a story for an anonymous person who is suing to have documents released in vero beach, Florida. After about 2 emails, they accused me of trying to undermine their case and have forwarded the emails to their lawyer. Then they said they contacted the authorities and sent my... Read more »
I pleaded no contest to a DUI in Florida in 2007 and received probation. During my probation, two weeks before I moved to Ohio I violated the probation for a possession of paraphernalia. I never received a court date for the violation so when my probation ended I thought the issue was resolved.... Read more »
In 2009 I lost custody of my first child. My second child was sick often would miss school and I would sometimes forget to put in the excused abcense in book bag. I hit the allowed unexcused days missed limit got a letter. I signed and notarized temp guardian over a week later. I agreed to get... Read more »
My home was raided because they thought we were selling and manufacturing drugs which we were not.when they realized they they had no manufacturing,or selling charge,not even a possession charge they turned it into a child neglect charge.all of the accusations they listed for child neglect were... Read more »
Until any court dismisses your case, you will need to continue and comply with the case plan. I suggest scheduling a consult with a family/dependency attorney who would be better suited to help you with your case.
He has bruised his 6 yr old brother and destroyed walls and doors does drugs and alcohol they give him home detention he broke that then ankle monitor he cut that off now he’s in JDC for 21 days and I HAVE TO PICK HIM UP OR I GOTO jail never been there don’t deserve to go for not picking up my... Read more »
One route is to file an injunction to keep him away from you. Also, if he has an open criminal case, the judge more likely than not, have requested him to be away from you, your house, your place of employment, etc.
I originally was in the home with my son at my fathers. But he accused me of being high after my aunt whom raised me and was super close to me passed away. He smacked me in front of my son and threw me out and wouldn't let me take my son with me. Later that day he let me back in and well we... Read more »
Taking a parent's right is not as easy as it sounds, but it is a serious and complicated matter. If the hearing is in Florida, I suggest that you consult and hire a family law attorney who will be able to help you.
She used a reusable bag to put some items since she is environmentally conscious. She was not done shopping yet , when a tall man approached her and said that she left the store without paying. My niece says she thinks she was still inside the store, they took her to a room took her purse and... Read more »
In order to immigrate to Israel, I need legal evidence from the court or department of vital statistics affirming that my father is indeed my biological father. Both my parents are deceased. I have collected extensive evidence thus far, including my father's will which names me explicitly as his... Read more »
I was originally told that I was not the father. 4 moths later a Home dna test confirmed I’m the father but the mom denies access to my son outside of her presence. I’ve already been robbed of 4 months of his life that I can’t get back. I’d like to build a bond with my son away from her.... Read more »
They way to start is by filing for paternity, then the custody, time sharing, and child support will follow. But I highly suggest that you hire a Family Law Attorney because this could take time and the process gets complicated.
It depends. As mentioned above, if it was a withhold of adjudication, and no prior sealed or expunged case, you may be eligible to record sealing or expungement. Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney to help you with the process.
but, the actual crime took place on the 24th, would he still be responsible.. meaning.. if you punched someone on the 24th.. but the court records for years say your crime took place on the 27th.. Do you have a case to set the record straight and sue for false records of being accused on the wrong... Read more »
I’m charged with a crime and I believe the prosecution is deliberately giving me more points than I suppose to have by scoring my priors under the 2018-2019 offense severity chart which is giving me more points, instead of using the chart that was in use on my priors.
The calculation is based on priors, severity, and the time of the alleged crime. If you have a Criminal Defense attorney representing you, he should be able to explain it in detail. If you do not have an attorney, I suggest you hire one.
In process of divorce in Florida (Osceola County). Been dragging out for 23 months. All agreements have been signed by both parties and by the judge. All agreements reached 6 months ago. Soon to be ex-wife's lawyer said just need final hearing and done. I do not have an attorney. There has been no... Read more »
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