What could I be possibly facing? The allegation is completely a lie. Very rough divorce with mother. Mother is very manipulative. I was contacted by the police department today, but for the life of me, I can't remember what charge (If any) they told me or even when the date of the incident... Read more »
Very smart of you. Do not meet with the police without an attorney. Teenagers sometime make these allegations because they do not want to follow your rules. Sometimes the other parents go along with this to keep you away from this child and the other children. It is the worse for sure. If you...Read more »
The short answer to your question is "yes." You could file a motion with the court in your previous custody case and allege that you believe your ex is on drugs and request a drug test. The judge would need to sign an order requiring your ex to take the test. You would likely be responsible for...Read more »
I am not a family law attorney neither authorized to practice law in your state but you need to contact a family attorney in your area ASAP regarding this matter or if you don't have the means to afford an attorney you can contact legal aid and see if you qualified for their...Read more »
Yup. A person can threaten you with reporting a crime or starting a civil action to correct your behaviour - that's perfectly legal. But be my boyfriend or else ... that is blackmail. The real question is what are you going to do about it? Leave her and face criminal charges? What is worse?
In order to terminate the guardianship he will have to show the court that he is no longer incapacitated. This can be done by having his treating doctor fill out an affidavit. He would also have to file paperwork with the court asking that the guardianship be terminated. His mother would be...Read more »
Speak with a recruiter. They understand what will disqualify you from military service and what will not. These requirements change overtime and sometimes they can secure waivers to allow enlistments that would otherwise not be allowed. Good luck.
We are both seeking visitation with he having, at the least, joint custody, though full custody is ideal. We also want visitation with the child that is not his biologically and that child has no father listed on his birth certificate. My son has never been abusive to his ex girlfriend, but she has... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney would be in the best position to answer, if there are state-specific laws involved. But your question remains open for a week. As a general matter in any jurisdiction, you are free to separate from your attorney. At the same time, your attorney could be entitled to compensation...Read more »
My son and his now ex-girlfriend have one biological child together plus he has raised her other son as his own since he was 2 months old. He is now 3. In April, she said she was going to visit family in Kentucky and never came back. She took the 3 year old and left the 2 year old. She came back a... Read more »
If the children lived here for six consecutive months before they were moved to Kentucky, then Arkansas has jurisdiction to hear child custody until the children have lived in Kentucky for six months. That said, if the child's mother claims that your son was abusive to her (and she can prove it)...Read more »
Property that you have a beneficiary (or transfer on death TOD designation) for, such as your stocks, passes outside of probate. That is, the property automatically will go to the person listed as the beneficiary with the financial institution or brokerage firm without the need to go through the...Read more »
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