The opposing party filed an ER 904 and I object to all the filings under ER 403. Also, they all had the name of the maker and address, but not one had a phone number. Can I generally object to all evidence as "improperly filed"?
I asked the mother if it was okay for me to buy the phone and she said yes. the mother is the custodial parent, while the father just has visitation. one day when my niece was at her fathers house, her father took the phone away. he said it's because she doesn't need a phone and is mad at... View More
If a homestead property in Washington State is no longer the primary residence of a husband after the death of his wife because he moved out after his wife died, can the surviving spouse, the husband, still claim a homestead exemption even though the homestead is no longer his primary residence?
My brother wants to transfer his guardianship rights to my grandmother as he is not capable of looking after his son. However, my uncle and my mother would like to share guardianship with my grandmother in case something were to happen to her.
Can my brother apply for all three of my... View More
In Washington state, your ex's remarriage alone is not typically a sufficient reason to alter custody arrangements. Child custody decisions are based on the best interests of the child, not the marital status of the parents. If there is an existing custody agreement or court order, it remains...View More
In Washington State, if you are 17 and living with your sister because neither of your parents have a permanent residence, your ability to choose where you live may depend on several factors. Generally, until you turn 18, your parents or legal guardians have the authority to decide where you live....View More
I put an offer on a condo for my parents on OCt 31st. The offer was accpeted the same day. But my spiteful husband filed for legal separation on Nov 1st and added a financial restraint so I cannot buy the condo. Does the restraint apply to me buying the condo? I need a reply as soon as possible.... View More
So he States that my constitutional right to Due Process was violated and that the judge was extremely biased against me and he put in a motion to dismiss and suppress all evidence so it seems like he's doing a good job my lawyers before him lied to me about everything the part where he said... View More
If your attorney is not responding promptly and you feel this is impacting your right to a fair legal process, it's important to address the issue directly. Effective communication is a critical component of legal representation, and your attorney should keep you informed and involved in your...View More
She's into prostitution and the judge today granted him more custody and even called the mother crazy in the courtroom. She's off her rocker and into all sorts of stuff and is using the 5 year old as a weapon against my friend.
We need to know the type of lawyer in Klickitat... View More
If you have evidence in the form of text messages or written communication where your brother promised you a specific amount from the sale of your parents' house, you may have a basis for pursuing legal action to enforce that agreement. Depending on the circumstances, you might explore options...View More
If you're concerned about the mother of your son taking him across the state and want to prevent this, you can take legal action in Washington. You might consider filing for a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction to temporarily prevent her from relocating with the child.
Several things govern where a service member may reside. Local policies will dictate how far from the installation an individual can be. These "local pass" rules effectively set a distance limit that service members must stay within and must seek approval (a "mileage pass") if...View More
You are absolutely entitled to more than just child support. Your military spouse is likely going to receive a military pension, which is a considered to visible property, and you will be entitled to a portion of that property in the divorce process as you would any other piece of property such as...View More
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