My boyfriend was arrested for domestic violence there was a temp ro then another issued in court and then canceled I was not aware of another one being ordered we moved to ND and he was arrested there for violation of a foreign protection order I want to ask the court to terminate it but the courts... View More
To request the termination of a restraining order in California, you first need to file a request with the court that issued the order. This is typically done by submitting a form, which can often be found on the court's website or obtained at the court clerk's office. The form is usually...View More
In California, the situation you described raises serious concerns about the confidentiality and duty of care owed by probation officers. If a probation officer disclosed information to your attacker that led to threats against you, this could potentially be a breach of their professional duties....View More
In California, even if your ex-boyfriend gives you consent to slap them and you act on it, this does not necessarily make it legal. Consent can be a complex issue in cases of physical altercations. If the slap causes harm or is perceived as an assault, it could still be subject to legal...View More
His behavior is starting to come between me and my children. They are no mimicking his behavior. He also does everything he can to prevent me from seeing people in my family. The youngest has also missed a lot of school without doctor excuses and has developmental delays. My oldest is now afraid to... View More
My ex-wife is my kid's teacher and the children shared with the school therapist that she has been hitting and choking them. I was informed that the school is reporting her to DCF and police. What can I expect and what should I do? We live in neighboring counties (30 minutes apart) and share... View More
I have a restraining order in my state where I am the protected party. The defendant no showed a contempt hearing and was fined. His counsel threatened me that if I didn't back off they would sue me saying I violated the release I signed for a family member's trust where we were both... View More
It's actually the 2 of them attached to my phone. I believe there sharing calenders and locations ect. He goes by his name and she goes by mine. I'll ask google my current location and it tells me her locations. One night it said I was about a mile from my house. So I pushed directions... View More
You need to hire an attorney who specializes in family relations law and regularly practices in your county. There is no magic bullet that the lawyers here can give you that will substitute for getting your own representation. If you wish to prove what you have alleged you will also need to hire...View More
She has costed me loads of money by doing that, holding everything hostage, even costing me money I could be earning right now as I'm homeless and having to make appointments to find a place to live right now. I am completely broke right now and because of all the damage she has caused me even... View More
In Illinois, landlords are required to provide tenants with a proper notice before eviction, typically a 30-day notice for month-to-month tenancies. If your landlord evicted you without this notice and threatened you, this is a serious matter. Your landlord’s actions appear to violate tenant...View More
Nowhere. He refused to get me the money and transportation I need and he dropped my insurance to liability only 4 days prior to the fire. The fire was undetermined on the cause. I think he had something to do with it because of prior threats.
My ex boyfriend has serious mental issues. It’s become too much for me and I’m trying to break away. Not easy because all he does is threaten me and destroys everything good in my life. He has already gotten me fired from one job, gotten me evicted.(I’m assuming so I would have to live with... View More
You should immediately move to another residence and not provide him with a forwarding address. Instead of having your mail forwarded by the USPS, individually contact anyone sending you mail through the US Post Office to let them know your new address. Block his telephone number and change your...View More
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