David Edward Boyle's answer You have the power to end the situation. You can change your email and create a new facebook profile that is not public. If she is a pain in the ass just ignore her and cut her off from communication. If there is an active custody case between your husband and her there is usually a clause in the court order that prohibits harassing communication. Your husband may have the ability to take her to court for contempt.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer I don't actually see a question here just a statement. I would recommend you document everything and keep your cool but document everything the best way you can and if they break the law or threaten you, you can contact law enforcement. If you have a question regarding custody rights, etc, then you can ask a question under family law and get a family law attorney to answer your questions.
William John Light's answer It appears that you are in Texas, but are asking questions of California lawyers. We are not qualified to answer questions about Texas law. If you are in California, and are representing yourself, it is quite normal for the opposing attorney to contact you, especially if you have documents pertaining to the proceedings. If you don't want repeated phone calls, give them the documents, or insist that they serve discovery for production of the documents, if appropriate.
Ethan White's answer Sorry to hear about your situation. Keep in mind Illinois is an "at will" employment jurisdiction, meaning your employer can fire you for any reason or no reason at all. Thus even if your employer was wrong or unfair about background check, the firing is likely still legal. I hope that helps.
Elaine Shay's answer Are you referring to NYCHA's NextGen Online Certification Program? If so, you can inform your property manager that you are opting out of taking advantage of the new option for online recertification and requesst a traditional paper packet
Randi Sirlin's answer In terms of what is legal in the State of Arizona, this depends, in part, on what your parenting plan states.
Most parenting plans do contain clauses regarding communications between the parent who is not with the children and the children and a good parenting plan will include orders that the parents allow privacy for the child and communicating parent, so long as there are no concerns regarding inappropriate communications.
If your parenting plan does not have the appropriate...
Regina Irene Edwards' answer He would be violating the TPO and committing another felony. Stop trying to contact him. If you want the TPO dismissed, file a motion, but do not contact him while the order is in place.
Thomas C Gallagher's answer Not much to go on here, but apparently a Probation Officer (P.O.) has concerns about a violation of a condition of probation? It is a good idea to communicate with the P.O. It's a good idea to try to take the lead in communicating. If a person is unable to answer the phone, be sure to leave an appropriate voice mail requesting a call back. You can also go to the Probation Officer, with or without an appointment to try to talk to your P.O., or if unavailable perhaps the "Officer of the...
Trent Harris' answer Your question raises a couple different issues, so I'll break it down in parts.
(1) Is it illegal to record the phone call?
No, probably not. A person can record a phone conversation in Michigan, if the person recording the call is a participant in the phone call and the other person is in Michigan too. Consent of the other person isn't required. There are exceptions to this though: if the other person is in another state (Illinois, for example), the other state's law could...
Regina Irene Edwards' answer The kinds of questions you posted, she actually doesn't have to answer. It's not great parenting, but she isn't obligated to tell you those things. As long as she actually does show up for the parenting time designated, then she isn't in contempt of the order.
Richard Paul Zaretsky's answer I don't think you need counsel yet - as you have not given the lender time to digest the information they probably just received yesterday or maybe not even until today.
But - if Carrington proceeds to foreclosure then you must seek counsel immediately. In the meantime you can ask for an accounting of our entire mortgage account history and you can see if maybe years ago there was some hick-up or missed or late payment that caused some discrepancy unknown to you or forgotten by you...
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