As a general rule in family law matters, the courts do not allow third parties to help or assist pro se litigants during a court hearing and only the named parties can be present in the court room for hearings. An activist cannot engage in the unauthorized practice of law which can include actions...Read more »
It depends on who decided your case. If a magistrate decided your case, then you may object to the magistrate's decision. You have to file objections with the court within 14 days of the date that the decision was sent to you. If a judge decided your case, then you need to file a notice of appeal.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open, and waiting for a response here could cost you valuable time in an appeal. You could continue to await a reply, but this forum isn't set up like a referral service - it's only for short general questions. You might be better...Read more »
Breach of duty since an accounting had never been provided in 1st trust of several yrs the 2nd trust also. The B O Duty against the orig trustee was asking for accountability of missing assets was denied in the hearing since the trustee resigned. The co-trustees in turn sold property of the trusts... Read more »
I'm sorry you're having to deal with this. On review of your facts, I do not see a question being asked. Trusts were originally based on the law of contracts. While some statutes govern general principles of Trust management etc., the specific provisions of the Trust can sometimes...Read more »
i dont know what your fee is but i feel it's worth it for me to fight and im more valuable to my family staying free. I have a thousand now and i have a new small auto company, so with my contracts that i have active, im hoping we can work with me?
I have been having major issues with my adoptive family for as long as I can remember and I am finally at the point where I can’t take any more. My 16th birthday is approaching soon and I have a stable job with a great income and I am trying to go about emancipation so that I can move on from the... Read more »
They sent it back for resentencing on the one case but upheld the rest. So right now, he has three years plus whatever he gets at resentencing. The end result will almost certainly be exactly the same. But the trial court has to impose individual sentences for each offense.
Any private attorney could assist you. The attorney who work for the court will not as that is not their job. Depending on the nature of the appeal legal aid or the public defender may be willing to help.
The Ohio Supreme Court's website provides an example of the memorandum in support of jurisdiction. The Ohio Supreme Court reviews numerous cases and accepts jurisdiction over a very few. Your memorandum needs to explain to the Court why your appeal is of great importance to the general...Read more »
You have to file a memorandum of jurisdiction with the Ohio Supreme Court asking them to take the case. Supreme Court Cases are very different because you first have to convince the court to take the case, then win it.
My landlord evicted me within 24 hours after I reported a sexual assault by a neighbor. Trying to make us move, he’s been harassing us & saying discriminating things-via text! He posted a wrong 3 day that the magistrate at court ignored & the magistrate wouldn’t let us speak without... Read more »
Talk to the attorney who agreed to take your case about the process to object to the magistrate's decision, but if it was for non-payment of rent, you might not succeed in stopping the eviction. And if the magistrate granted the eviction, typically the tenant only has 7 days before the...Read more »
The teacher has the administrative right to challenge the performance rating by the terms of the teacher's contract. There are very specific objections or challenges to the performance rating that have to be brought within strict time limits.
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