My boyfriend's brother girlfriend and mother have been trying to get our kids taken since we got here they finally succeed when I tried everything to keep my kids healthy and failed to the point she almost died not even medical professionals would help us help her. We had two ER visits one... Read more »
The social worker involved in the case will lay out a plan that you absolutely have to follow if you want your children back. You will be entitled to a court appointed lawyer when the matter is heard in the juvenile case which it should be shortly. But following the plan you are given is what you...Read more »
My dad kicked me out on April 20th I have been supporting myself I get food stamps and will be receiving my moms death benefits I really wanna go to California for a couple days with my bestfriend and her grandpa am I allowed to do that?
I am going to make an educated guess that your dad kicked you out over some type of dispute concerning your behavior and your dad's house rules. My other educated guess is you moved in with your best friend and although you may have a job that earns you some income you aren't truly...Read more »
My girlfriend (16) is currently living with her mother. Her mother recently got back together with her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her and abused the both of them for years. He also watched my girlfriend change her clothes when she was about 8 years old. He has recently been threatening to hit the... Read more »
Your girlfriend may or may not qualify for a restraining order against the boyfriend. If she is living with Mom and her boyfriend, and there are both credible threats of repeat violence she may qualify. One potential problem, though, is that she is underage and would need someone 18 or older to...Read more »
First of all, is she just angry that you are pregnant or does she really want to throw your boyfriend, the father of her grand child, in jail, and possibly have him labeled as a sexual offender for the rest of his life? Maybe she just needs time to process what is going on and calm down....Read more »
When my daughter was born i was engaged to her father. It seemed only natural that she should have his last name. We got married and then within a year we divorced. I never took his name. I have full custody and he has limited parenting time which he has barely used. Cumulatively he's spent... Read more »
You can read Oregon's name change law here: https://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/33.420 It states that written notification must be sent to the other parent. It doesn't require that they consent. However, the implication is that once they get the notice they could file an objection. Given...Read more »
I'm 18 and my probation papers that I signed say I have to stay with my mother until my probation is over but I want to move out. I'm unsure on how to go about un-releasing myself from her and any information would be very helpful
The terms of probation have nothing to do with your age. If the terms say you are to stay with your mom, then you have to stay there. People on probation may have all sorts of restrictions that they have to abide by. If you have questions talk to your probation officer, but I suspect that the...Read more »
Legally, not much would happen. You would be cold and hungry unless you have some place to live and a job. If you are in public school, you can contact a counselor to arrange for free meals and public transportation. I suggest you patiently wait until you are 18, and then you can do whatever you...Read more »
She says she is taking classes on line to graduate but her mom and her refuse to give me the information so I can check to ensure she is despite the fact we have joint custody and is required to. She lied in the past and I found out she failed to do her online school she has not been in school for... Read more »
Read the Oregon Statutes regarding child support and a child attending school. You might want to print it out and send her a copy. https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/ors/ors107.html Go to this link and read ORS 107.108. You may also want to read the administrative rules the also...Read more »
Our 9 yr old son was getting into trouble due to anxiety issues. He was finally suspended for verbally threatening a fellow student that had been bullying him. We withdrew him the next day. His older brother still attends school there. We just received an email from the principal notifying us that... Read more »
I do not do public education law by any means, but you have a situation where they possibly could rightful ban him from the school due to the threats he made. People can be trespassed from public places, TriMet does it all the time.
Im 16, Can i move out at 17? I live in oregon and feel I can take care of myself. My b day is in Sep. My stepdad almost raped me and my mom doesnt believe me. I currently live with my grandma but I feel im in the way here. Ive found a suitable home for myself wich I can afford. If my mom agrees,... Read more »
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