Kevin L Dixler's answer More information is needed. What date was the decision? Is it more than 33 days ago m? You may want to consider whether to file a motion to reconsider or a new filing. Many choose the latter, but it depends.
As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any other complications. You should find one who will spend enough time and ask enough questions. You may be best paying for it to avoid excessive fees after you...
Mike Branum's answer Anything CAN happen but termination of parental rights is not an action the court takes without substantial justification. If you are merely talking about visitation rights the matter is less complicated. Unfortunately it is still far too complicated to tackle using Justia Ask-a-Lawyer. If you are serious about regaining custodial rights you need to speak with a reputable Arizona attorney specializing in family law.
Ronald J. Eisenberg's answer It sounds like you recognize that the appeal deadline has passed. Most likely, the judgment is final and cannot be appealed, but I encourage you to sit down with a good appellate criminal defense attorney, even if you need to pay for the consult, in order to get a fact-based assessment of the situation.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Whenever litigating "contingent fee" cases The Florida Bar requires all licensed attorneys to enter into very clear written representation agreements explaining all terms and conditions of the representation including who pays the litigation expense and explaining the various percentages of attorney fees due if the case succeeds at trial and/or on appeal, based upon the gross recovery. The last time I looked, the attorney who recovers $50,000 for a client is entitled to take up to 40% of the...
Louis George Fazzi's answer I have so many questions that need answering before I could even attempt giving an opinion. Does the civil appeal have anything to do with being served a 5 day Notice to Vacate (or Quit)? What is the basis of the Notice to Vacate? Unpaid rent? Something else? Options available depend on all the circumstances. Without knowing all the circumstances, any opinion would be quite limited.
Gary Kollin's answer You could have possibly saved your husband a considerable amount of jail tome if you would have hired an attorney in Alabama when he was serving his sentence. The attorney could have had your husband transferred to Alabama undwr the Interstate Agreement on Detainers.
Richard Samuel Price's answer The surviving spouse should file a petition for probate to determine which bills are of the deceased spouse, and which bills are of the surviving spouse. Then, the surviving spouse can reject any improper medical bills of the deceased spouse's estate.
Pete David Louden's answer An appeal is more involved than filling out a form. There are several steps and time limitations. Meet with an attorney that handles appeals and they will be able to fully explain the process and help you file the appeal.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer The answer is that you hire an attorney to represent you for guidance and direction. Your answer is not a simple one. To take legal advice from one who has just only read your facts is problematic. Consult an attorney with your proof of your allegations.
Roy Lee Warren's answer My favorite answer, it depends. I am kidding, I hate saying that. But you can object the day of trial if that is when you discover a disqualifying connection. But generally it is best to file a motion in accordance with the local rules in your County that is applicable to motions for defendants. Go to the County website and check its local rules. Good luck.
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