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Q: Judgement was made where service on the judgement was not completed, does the judgement still go into effect?

Ordinary mail was the original service on the reopening of the case. The defendant did not get service but it was not returned to the court. The judge made a judgement and the defendant was not present. Ordinary mail was sent with the judgement and it was returned without service.

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Q: Judgement was made where service on the judgement was not completed, does the judgement still go into effect?

Ordinary mail was the original service on the reopening of the case. The defendant did not get service but it was not returned to the court. The judge made a judgement and the defendant was not present. Ordinary mail was sent with the judgement and it was returned without service.

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Ohio on
Q: When u get released from jail, shouldn't you get all paperwork purtaining to you ? Body cams ,dash cams,statements etc?

Oct was pulled over for no turn signal a month later had a warrent, turned myself in stayed one night. However things are not being done by authority like they are suppose to

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Construction Law for Ohio on
Q: Hired contractor to "raise and level house" Fix failed two months after paid in full (20K). What recourse do i have?

I filed a complaint with BBB and have all documentation, including contractor's acknowledgement of failed fix. What are my next steps?

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Landlord - Tenant for Ohio on
Q: My landlord had us signed a contract stating that at the beginning of 2022 our rent will increase 5% and then in 2023

It will increase 2%. Now she’s says she made a mistake and it should be 5%. We all signed it. We should be good at 2% until 2024. Right. Can she just forfeit a signed contract.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Ohio on
Q: I have a tenant that is asking that we wear a mask as a condition to do a requested repair, do we have to?

The tenant does not wear a mask but is requiring us to do so and we have complied on 2 separate occasions. If the tenant is not following their own request, why should we have to?

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on
Q: Sole custody parent (parent a) gives parent b the child for visitation however parent b gives up easily

I have a situation where parent A has full custody and parent b has visitations. When parent b picks up the toddler from parents a house 1) parent b does not know how to use a car seat and 2) parent b makes no effort to put the child in his car and if the child cries parent b will return the child... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on
Q: My estranged husband is allowing my daughter to stay with him, and not attened school and I am truant? My options?

I am in Ohio and my estranged husband lives in KY. My 15 year old daughter who lives with me is refusing to come home because she doesnt want to go to school and he is not making her. She is 15 years old. I have proof where he has provided her with vapes, alcohol, and marijuana in the past but she... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: Is there a time limit for the courts to be able to schedule a pre trial after an incident?

I got charged with restating arrest and I’ve had trial scheduled but somehting always happned rhat screwed it up so I’m pretty sure it’s been longer then 90 days

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on
Q: If i am 18 and a senior and highschool, can I still move out?
Joseph Jaap
Joseph Jaap
answered on Dec 7, 2022

Unless there is a court order requiring continued parental support, when a child reaches age 18, the parents no longer have a legal responsibility to provide financial support, including room and board, health insurance, car insurance, etc. So the 18 year old can decide whether to obtain those.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: How many days does the court have to bring you to trial on a misdemeanor of the fourth degree
Roger  Bouchard
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Roger Bouchard
answered on Dec 7, 2022

In Ohio, after entering a plea of not guilty, a trial date must be set no later than 30 days. You have the option to waive time and extend this provision.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Ohio on
Q: Property I was renting sold and now the new landlord is expecting me to fix thing the last land lord failed to fix

I was at the property for 10 years and it was sold as is, I told the new landlord 2 days after the sale closed that I would be moving and now he wants me to fix issues that the last landlord didn't fix or fixed himself. All rent was up to date, I was not on a lease at this point with the last... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights, Health Care Law and Libel & Slander for Ohio on
Q: can a union representative disclose information about an individual union member's medical issues as related to

employment to the " union's lawyer" without consent of the member in question

0 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Ohio on
Q: Can a civil defendent (Ch7) debtor stayed by bankruptcy, file a counterclaim for damages?

The counterclaim for damages was granted, even though the bankruptcy was hidden right up until called for trial, where the plaintiff revealed the debtor's banruptcy filing. Is that counterclaim ruling VOID? Do I file in district court or bankruptcy court to void ruling? Trustee knew nothing... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Ohio on
Q: Am I legally obligated to refund a deposit given for the sale of a puppy if the puppy was returned?

No contracts were signed. But over text message said they would get a full refund if it didn’t work out, ended up agreeing to a deposit of $500. Refunded $150 now they are threatening small claims court if the rest isn’t paid but again no contract, nothing was signed but can they use that... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Ohio on
Q: 3 years ago I brought my vehicle to a mechanic. Wanted storage Fee to get back. Now he scrapped it Without permission.

I gave him a down payment, some tools new rotors and brakes.. He stopped receiving my calls after about a 1/2 a year and I had a buddy relay messages back-and-forth. There was no way I was going to pay him a storage fee for a vehicle he was supposed to work On. A few days ago I woke to a written... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Bankruptcy for Ohio on
Q: Can a civil defendent whose case is stayed by bankruptcy, file a counterclaim in the same, and ask for damages? In Ohio.
W. J. Winterstein Jr.
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W. J. Winterstein Jr.
answered on Dec 6, 2022

You don't identify which party is the debtor in bankruptcy.

The automatic stay is triggered by the filing of a bankruptcy case, and prohibits any action against the debtor or property of the debtor's bankruptcy estate (which is very broadly defined).

If the proposed...
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0 Answers | Asked in Adoption, Child Custody and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: Custody of 16 year old.

I lost custody of my children in 2008. Court went in for years. I was incarcerated for child endangerment and pretty much forced to sign a rule 13 (shared parenting?) I was given a restraining order shortly after release. My 16 year old daughter is now wanting out of an abusive home and to live... Read more »

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