Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer No, you cannot terminate his rights but you may be able to limit him to supervised visitation. If you need assistance with custody, visitation and child support orders you need to hire an attorney to address these issues.
Peter Munsing's answer If you can show there was an injury. Technically you do, but whether it's worth bringing depends on whether there was an injury. Contact an attorney for the county where it happened.
Peter Munsing's answer Possibly though a lot will depend on the duty owed by a contracting engineer especially if their scope was just structural, not enviornmental. Contact a member of the Fla Justice Association--they give free consults. Look for one that handles mold cases.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer Your issue is not criminal in nature. The Lender is probably suing you in General Sessions upon a Sworn Account. You must read whatever Financing Agreement you made with them, and you might offer the surrender of the Collateral to them. But that usually only accounts for part of the Debt, and they can elect to sue for money owed only. Whoever swore out the Debt could be forced to come to Court to testify about their personal knowledge, or you could make it easy on them by settling on a...
Timur Akpinar's answer The scenario you describe appears to involve the legal principle of necessity, which could serve as a defense to doing something which is ordinarily deemed to be wrong, but is excused because the exigent circumstances. If this is not a hypothetical question, and is a real-life situation, a consultation with an attorney could provide guidance about how to proceed with the lawsuit. Again, if it is a real-life situation, it would also be advisable to learn if the old couple filed any form of...
Brent T. Geers' answer Sounds like there is some family dynamic issues going on that you should discuss with your mom. Aside from that, your mom is well within her right to take the phone away. Her house, her rules. If you are 18, or something like this happens after you turn 18, you could take the phone, leave, and find your own place to live.
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