Sun was taking it 9 days old for failure to thrive and was born with a cleft palate mom is mentally verified as bipolar and schizophrenia I have a small criminal past but no current problems or probationary terms other than reunification services both in which we have complied and completed a few... Read more »
Has been in contact with him for the last yr. He has been in contact with her mother and wants to fly her out this summer for a week. I do not agree as she has made some bad choices and isn’t trustworthy right now and don’t feel she is ready to meet him after 12 yrs of him being absent. #1 what... Read more »
As her legal father you have 50/50 rights with her mother and as such her mother cannot send her out of the state to see her absent biological father without your consent. Worst case scenario you would be able to call the police to stop your daughter from getting on the plane and if somehow your...Read more »
I was leaving out of town with my kids & dog but she ran off & I tried looking for her. Someone found her and took her to the shelter. The shelter called her Vet in FL (because of her collar and we used to live there), who then called me. I contacted the shelter asap and they told me the... Read more »
A: Animal Control is required to allow 72 hours for owner redemption. After that, Animal Control is required to keep the dog impounded up to six business days. After 72 hours, the dog can be made available for adoption. Food & Agriculture Code section 31108 states, in pertinent part: "(a)...Read more »
We both reside in the bay area, California. Due to high cost of living, she believes taking my son to England would be better for him. She left with no notice, except for one text I received from her father the day they were leaving (or already gone). We have been trying to raise our son outside of... Read more »
I took a dog in through a woman that claims to be an animal rescue four months ago, since them she only periodically respond to text messages, she has never returns a voicemail or a phone call, and she has never made a meeting she scheduled (4 in the past 3 weeks).I have had to do all the pet care... Read more »
If you believe that the dog was abandoned, and that you assumed ownership, inform the animal rescue of that. The animal rescue can decide whether to challenge your contention by filing a complaint for theft with the police, or by suing you in Small Claims. If there are any documents pertaining to...Read more »
I know you will say just go back, but I need someone who can help, I'm 18 years old and I came to the us and I have overstayed and I'm really struggling I am young and about to be homeless soon, but I don't want to go back I would hate to what can I do that can help me a little, I am... Read more »
You should retain counsel to review the facts including intestate and testate issues. Generally, adoptees can take through intestate succession in the same manner as naturally born children. Prob C §6450(b). However, if there is a question regarding legal adoption you should have your counsel...Read more »
I recently got into some unfortunate legal issues and was incarcerated for several months. My dog that I have had for the past 8 years ended up at a city shelter. Because I could not pick him up he was adopted by someone else. He is a registered service animal to me. I would like to know the... Read more »
I would estimate that your ownership in the animal has terminated. You should have found temporary housing for the dog during your incarceration. Since the dog ended up at a City shelter, the shelter was within its rights to accept the dog and to place it in another home. Your complaint, if any,...Read more »
They are trying to adopt my 2 in half year old to her father's mom who isn't following the ruler she lets him see her and he is a danger he has to warnts one for child indangerment that warnt was for another person's child he put his hands on and another one I put on him for hitting... Read more »
If he has abandoned ownership, and you have claimed the dog as your own, you can't sue him for your expenses. It would be your dog and your expenses. If the dog is still his and you have paid expenses for the dog at his request, then you could sue in Small Claims. If he didn't ask you...Read more »
Unfortunately, you did not seek a guardianship for the minor when she was in your care and custody. Without Letters of Guardianship the mother had the authority to take her daughter. At this point, unless there is physical abuse of your granddaughter, there is nothing you can do at this point.l...Read more »
My son is 3 years old, his father has not seen him since he was only a few months old. Father is in and out of jail, multiple felonies and misdemeanors for identity theft, dui, check fraud, and possession to name a few. I might add that he also has 2 other sons that he does not have... Read more »
You can designate a guardian for your minor son in your will or living trust. However, that person would need to petition the court in a guardianship proceeding in order to be appointed the guardian. Your nomination of that person carries significant weight with the court.
Im 36 and non of my bios have raised me or even taken care of me. My bio father wants me to pay the child support he owes on me. My bio mom was very abusive and gave me to my aunt (bio fathers sister) at the age of 9. I want both of them rem9ved. Is this possible?
Have had the dog for about a month. Within the first week, the dog brutally attacked and almost killed my sisters cat out of nowhere costing over $850 in vet bills. He nearly attacked me pinned up against the wall trying to bite me when I walked near him with his rawhide. Just today he randomly... Read more »
It is unlikely that you can prove that the shelter had knowledge of the unfitness of the dog and misled you. If you have that proof then, yes, it's possible to sue. t's more likely that you can take the dog back, explain the situation and get a different dog.
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