a parent is required to continue attending juvenile probation appointments when their child turns 18, as long as the child is still on probation or parole. This is because parents are legally responsible for their children's behavior until they reach the age of 18. This includes responsibility...View More
If your son is facing potential criminal charges, it is strongly advisable to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible. Even if the decision regarding charges ultimately rests with the DA's office, having legal representation can be crucial to protect your son's rights and ensure his...View More
I am very concerned for you. Please seek out the assistance of an agency for at-risk youth or even the department of job and family services. I am assuming since you are still working a job you are within the same community as your parents, You may ask the school and work to change your address...View More
It used to be free, but the legislature passed a bill last year setting a filing fee. That filing fee should be around one hundred dollars. You can file it yourself or hire an attorney to handle the paperwork.
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