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1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Louisiana on
Q: If considered a deserter in the marines what will be the likely outcome upon return

If a lawyer is hired is it possible that everything could get taken care of w/o returning due to the pandemic

Joshua Burke Johnson
Joshua Burke Johnson answered on Nov 2, 2020

You will need to speak to a JAG (able to practice in Courts-Marshal) because this will fall under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Louisiana on
Q: If I file for limited judicial emancipation, will I be responsible for my own finances and submission of federal forms?

In Louisiana, if I file for limited judicial emancipation, with the cooperation of my parents, will I be able to submit federal forms and applications for financial aid with my own financial information?

Joshua Burke Johnson
Joshua Burke Johnson answered on Nov 2, 2020

An emancipation may not be necessary to file for financial aid. It may be beneficial to speak with a tax attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Louisiana on
Q: So if a court order states that a child must attend a specific school and then the parent in that zone becomes homeless

while the other parent lives in a different school zone. Both parents equally share custody no domiciliary named. What could the parent in the other school zone do to get the order changed? Does homelessness (couch surfing of their own volition) count as endangering the child?

Joshua Burke Johnson
Joshua Burke Johnson answered on Nov 2, 2020

Depending on your Judicial district you can either attempt to obtain a custody modification or enter a consent through the courts Hearing officers or Judge.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Louisiana on
Q: How can I get my grandbaby weed, domestic abuse countless times baby scared to go home no money for att. Ocs won’t help?

My daughter and her husband back and fourth I have baby 80% time only when it’s convienent or to hurt me they want her but she has been through all this with them drug bust weed smoke in cars with her no immuzations but has Medicaid I’m scared with covid they send her wit anybody for how ever... Read more »

Joshua Burke Johnson
Joshua Burke Johnson answered on Nov 2, 2020

You will need to contact an attorney, Grandparent rights to custody can become tricky as the parents often are given deference by the court.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Kentucky on
Q: Please tell me if I am still entitled to visitation after losing permanent custody of my child?

Permanent custody of my daughter was awarded to her father's brother 9/15/20. I am being denied visitation with my child. As her mother am I not entitled to visitation?

Joshua Burke Johnson
Joshua Burke Johnson answered on Nov 2, 2020

You may be entitled to visitation depending on the reason for losing custody. You will want to start with reading the judgment giving your brother in law custody to see if it gives you visitation, if not you may need to ask an attorney for help seeking visitation.

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