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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Tax Law and Child Custody for South Carolina on
Q: Mother=Full Legal Custody. Dad=Visitation wknd. Dad actually has kid all year mom visits occasionally. Taxes?

Is it legal for the mother to file the child on taxes that they actually didn't care for and was in physical custody of the father? Mother decided she couldn't handle the kid and asked the dad to take him. It was a verbal agreement. The kid is enrolled in school for the past year at the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Arbitration / Mediation Law and Child Custody for Oregon on
Q: my ex's girlfriend keep me from having video visits with our girls the judge ordered she won't give them the phone

The judge in Jackson county Oregon made a judgement of video visits 2xaweek and my ex's girlfriend only has a phone in the house and she goes on there won't give them the phone to visit me and says they don't love u they don't want to talk to you and hangs up or sometimes no... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for California on
Q: My ex canceled our daughter's doctor's appointment because she didn't agree she should go. Want to file ex parte..

My ex and I have joint legal and physical custody of our daughter who has had chronic stomach issues for a couple of years now. We have done a lot of testing with our daughter's pediatrician and everything comes back normal so the pediatrician just recommends therapy and says she might have... View More

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answered on May 25, 2024

In California, when parents with joint legal custody disagree on decisions related to their child's healthcare, either parent can file an ex parte application seeking court intervention. Here's what you should consider:

1. Gather evidence: Collect all relevant medical records,...
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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Alabama on
Q: Everyday my wife facetimes with her 30 plus year old children along with her ex husband. This feels disturbing to me

and very rude. Am I wrong to feel this way?

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Tennessee on
Q: What does the annotated code say about 3rd party agency and supervised visitation?

Allegations of drug dependency resulted in supervised visits, however a hair follicle test was performed results were negative for drugs. But the court still will not lift the supervised visitation!

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for North Carolina on
Q: How can I have my daughter returned home to me if my ex, who has no rights, has taken her and refuses to bring her back?

He is not on her birth certificate, we have no custody agreement, he doesn't pay child support, and he has barely been involved in her life for the last two years. She is now 4, and he has obtained temporary emergency custody through an ex parte 50-B, which he lied on. I filed a motion to set... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Q: Can a hca make decisions based on what a relative wants or thinks is best

Knowing thats not what they wanted

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Libel & Slander for Florida on
Q: How can I have a dismissed civil record removed?

My mentally ill sister tried to have me killed. When that failed, she tried both filing a false police report and then a restraining order. Since the claims were baseless, nothing happened of course and everything was dismissed. Yet my otherwise perfect, immaculate, spotless record for my entire... View More

Stephen Arnold Black
Stephen Arnold Black
answered on May 25, 2024

When you say she tried to kill you, did you suffer any injuries ? If you did, you should reach out to one of us for possible contingency fee representation which means you don’t pay unless you win.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Real Estate Law and Tax Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Christina Ann Richardson ? Know anything on anything

Violation human Rights A government conspiracy cover up

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answered on May 25, 2024

In general, if someone believes their rights have been violated or that there is a government conspiracy, some options to consider may include:

1. Reporting concerns to relevant oversight bodies, such as the state attorney general's office, the FBI, or organizations like the ACLU that...
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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Q: I live in Georgia and need to legitimate my child,

I lived with a married woman after she was estranged from her husband for 2 years. 8 months into the relationship, she is pregnant. We were not married at childs birth. After the birth, she divorced her husband and we got married. Now I want to legitimate my child and her name be as mine. Georgia... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Landlord - Tenant and Family Law for California on
Q: I need to understand Epstein credits & Watts charges re: a divorce; husband to rent out rooms in our house + live there.

My husband & I own a home & my husband of 13 yrs. filed for divorce. He's living in the house himself & paying the mortgage but is going to get two roommates(1 at least but likely 2 for a few months at least) because he can't afford to pay all the bills on his own without... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

Under California law, Epstein credits refer to reimbursements one spouse can claim for paying community debts (like the mortgage) after separation, while Watts charges refer to the fair rental value one spouse may owe the other for the exclusive use of a community asset (like the home). Since your... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Family Law for New York on
Q: Can my Father pay my Retainer Fees to Represent me in a Guardianship for him? Or is this a Conflict of Interest?
Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on May 24, 2024

It's a matter of "legal capacity." If your father has legal capacity regarding the payment of legal fees, why is a Guardianship needed at all?

Jack

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Family Law for New York on
Q: Can my Father pay my Retainer Fees to Represent me in a Guardianship for him?
Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on May 24, 2024

Why is a guardian needed at all.

Jack

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Juvenile Law for Illinois on
Q: I am 15 and concerned my mother will confiscate things I have purchased with my own money

I am selling my art and handmade items on eBay with my mother’s account and occasional help. I intend to spend my profit on an mp3 player and or video game console. Although, my mother has the tendency to take these kinds of things away from me and my siblings as punishment.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Missouri on
Q: Can my girlfriend adopt my pets and she become the sole owner?

Me and my separated wifeGot five animals over the time we were together. Not all within the marriage but some. Can my girlfriend adopt my pets and become the sole owner without my separated wife's signature since I am the primary caretaker and pay all primary expenses. When she left in... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Missouri on
Q: I'm looking how to file petition to terminate my daughter's father's rights

He's never been involved, if he has it was when it was convenient for him. He has a long history with drug use and being in prison. He owes $10,000 plus in child support. He has a hearing in KC for not paying July 2nd. He has been in prison since January and judged ruled yesterday he'll... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Child Custody and Civil Rights for Ohio on
Q: Do I still have a chance?

What can I do after permanent custody was granted to CPS from the lies that can be proven with transcripts from court, having a split decision at the 11th district Court of appeals and my attorney was 48 minutes late filing the appeal to the Supreme Court due to documented computer glitch, stating... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

You still have options to pursue, even after permanent custody was granted to CPS. Given the documented issues with your attorney's late filing due to a computer glitch and the alleged lies that can be proven with court transcripts, you may be able to seek legal recourse. One potential step is... View More

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