The landlord is on my side, but how do I legally get him to move out, since he won’t leave on his own. We also have an almost 2 yr old daughter and I want to have full custody of her. He is a convicted felon x2 and on probation.
I regret that I do not handle domestic relations or child custody matters. Sorry. If you and the faster of the child are both on the lease, the landlord will have to proceed in Court to ask the Court enter an order for possession against him. You need to work with the landlord on that issue. It...Read more »
I had a felony drug charge in 2011. I have not had any charges since. I have no violent charges. I have been employed for the last 6 years and have been a part of a long term rehabilitation clinic since 2011. I have also passed urine tests every month for the past 9 years. I have a great family and... Read more »
A Virginia Court can restore your firearms rights for "good cause shown." You should be prepared to give them a reason to do so. Bring anything with you that may help make your case, and demonstrate the positive facts you mention above. For a petition like this, the opposing party is the...Read more »
You could repost in Florida. Your question remains open for two weeks, but was posted under Virginia. You might have better luck simply contacting Florida attorneys - this is only a Q & A Board. See the link above (Find-a-Lawyer), or you could run your own independent searches. Good luck...Read more »
I live in the State of Virginia. I believe that I am being harassed by a neighbor in a manner that I feel meets the definition of a private nuisance. I would like to file a court order to prevent this behavior. I know the origin of the disturbance but I am not sure if I know the individual's name.
The law about petitioning the court to do this is DIRECTLY against 2nd amendment and COSTLY to those not financial able. PLEASE HELP I do NOT want to BRAKE the law or get in trouble. The courts in HANOVER county are NOT exactly law abiding characters who uphold the law and don't care for the... Read more »
You lost your rights when you received a felony in the state of Virginia. Nothing is absolute. You have to go through the petition process after your civil rights are restored by the governor. If you have had those rights restored, you petition the circuit court of the county/city where you live....Read more »
I'm sorry for your friend's ordeal. Unless the possessions are very valuable, he is probably better off just getting stuff out for safekeeping as quickly as possible before further damage instead of losing time from work or school in court. Good luck
My ex-boyfriend had a protective order filed against me for absolute dumb reasons. (6 months) it has since expired and we’ve seen each other on multiple occasion, while it was active and when it expired. My question is, since technically the first one was broken - could another be issued if he... Read more »
Family members used land as driveway to have access to their home. Portion of land bought by someone else now has home almost built land locking the house in back of it. Thought the land used as driveway by family members would be grandfathered in in Va. what is law? Does City have any... Read more »
It is certainly suspicious, but there are not enough facts to be able to answer your question. This forum is designed and good for simple, general questions that will get you to the 'next step' for legal situations. Sometimes all people need is a simple answer. From the facts you’ve...Read more »
Since the day they were born. A CPS worker took my grandchildren from me and placed them in foster care bcuz im a felon. I made a mistake 15years ago and I paid my debt. I changed my whole life around. She discriminated against me and bcuz of... Read more »
They went into foster care for 5 days were physically abused . They have been taken from the only family that they have ever known .they are traumatized this is all bcuz i am a convicted felon of 15 years ago there is so much to this. I can peove ur all i need help to get them back home where... Read more »
Just moved in, site unseen unfortunately cause of military move. Carpets smell like strong urine. 2 small kids in our house. 3 years old and 10 months. The house was also filthy when we moved in and we had to pay ourselves to have it cleaned. Property manager said they nor the owners will replace... Read more »
Check your rental agreement first and also see if the Virginia Landlord Tenant Agreement covers this situation. It may be something you want to retain a lawyer to investigate further as they can tell you what rights you may or may not have and also your liability if you choose to breach your...Read more »
Rather than suing for emotional harassment, which may require your physiatrist's testimony to prove your claim, you would be better served to go to the Court and apply for a "protective order" based on harassment.
I do not handle domestic cases, especially with regard to cats. Sorry.
I went to Circuit Court in front of the judge and they put it under advisement for 1 year under the conditions that I pay my court fines, do my year of probation, and 100 hours community service. I was told that if I completed that abd came back for review that the charge would be reduced to a... Read more »
You need to speak to your attorney regarding what you need to do to try to avoid a felony conviction, which will remain on your criminal record for life. Start your community service hours immediately. Speak to your attorney about the possibility of converting your court costs to community...Read more »
Someone is claiming they have video of me while on my bedroom and in my house. They have detailed knowledge of things I have done in my house. This has been ongoing for months. There is a police report. I worry that my phone has been hacked or video surveillance placed in my house. I need to... Read more »
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