Hello, My childs mother has been charged with 3 counts of felony child neglect and abuse. However, the court has awarded her unsupervised visits, despite me being in fear of my childs safety. What are my child's rights? Why is he being forced to be with his abuser in an unsupervised setting?
Something seems amiss here. Did you bring all of this to your attorney's attention and/or file the appropriate motions to ensure the child is protected? From the way you present these facts, it would be likely that the state would be involved also through DCYF. Bring your concern's to...Read more »
pre-divorce documents when wife and I decided about cars, kids, assets, etc. Neither she nor I personally put a cent of our own money into that acct. It was funded by the company I worked for and they contributed a little each year. My question is....am I legally obligated by RI law to execute... Read more »
Although opposing counsel may appear to be giving you legal advice, it is not a good idea to take advice on legal matters from your adversary. Your own independent counsel will cost you some money, but in the long run it may be well worth it. Rhode Island general law’s specify an equitable...Read more »
Division of assets, debts, and allocation of marital property are addressed in either a Bed and Board Divorce(Separation) or a "full" Divorce. Meet with your qualified local practitioner to review your options in confidence.
I am a graduate student and he is the department chair. There was an incident in a class with undergraduates between them and the professor where I was the TA. I spoke to him asking why he didn’t come speak to me before accusing the professor, my advisor, of basically a criminal act. I told... Read more »
Ex Party being your co-parenting partner with whom you cannot come to an arrangement focused on the best interest of the child? Meet with your attorney to go over all the details to see if this "changed circumstance" supports a revision of your previously ordered support obligations.
my son was inpatient at a psychiatric hospital for trying g to commit suicide.he told the drs he is being sexually abused by his biological father. There is no a pending investigation open with dcyf due to this information. The biological father will be here in a few days to pick him up. How can I... Read more »
If you cannot afford to hire a lawyer for this uncomplicated no-fault divorce, based on living separate and apart for 3+ years, you will not likely be able to afford the costs of advertising should you not have his location to have the papers served on him. Hiring an attorney may save you lots of...Read more »
Family member was caregiver for grandmother was supposed to pay mortgage,bills.. Never paid mortgage. grandmother will lose house foreclosure, she's out $20,000. Family member left grandmother bank account $0. Grandmother's social security check went into bank account&stimulus checks... Read more »
Do I tell my attorney about the third one? The trooper straight lied said I was doing 90. I was only doing 80 I know it’s faster than the speed limit but it sure the heck wasn’t 90! I already have my attny fighting the first 2 and they also said 90 mph. Allegedly. But reduced to a speed much... Read more »
Invest in your freedom, liberty, and record by retaining a capable criminal defense attorney to help you evaluate your options, and formulate your best defense, in confidence. they will also help to discern if you qualify to participate in the diversion program.
It is unclear from whom or what you wish to get your rescue pet back from. If the pet was stolen from you, you may try contacting the police. If an owner with superior title has taken the pet, you may have to file a civil case. Make arrangements to meet with your local attorney to discuss all of...Read more »
The court date is in 5 months and it seems the neighbor has pointed their cameras at his front driveway to enforce no contact. After research we found this is legal as the area is deemed public with no expectation of privacy. However the partners statement was made immediately while under distress... Read more »
This public forum is not the place to discuss the details. As much as you want to help, remaining silent is your friend's right. Your friend will be best served by the confidential advice of a licensed attorney.
Meet with an attorney who specializes in this area to evaluate all of the detail in private. If you are a member of a collective bargaining unit, there may be other avenues to explore for resolution as well.
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