You would have to file a Motion to Compel with the court. You need to show that you asked for the records and he refused to provide them. You need to show that you are entitled to the records as well. The court will review your motion and rule on it.
In a divorce proceeding, both parties are typically required to disclose all financial assets and liabilities, including business interests and tax returns, through the discovery process. If your spouse refuses to voluntarily provide this information, you can use formal legal tools within the...View More
Im 19 and was forced out my parents house. They took the phone they gifted but because of their own personal reasons, it stood on their family plan. I have my work, phone numbers, things I need. Do I have the right to get the information at least when I go back for my belongings?
If you are based in the District of Columbia, the laws of the District will likely control and govern how this question is answered. Essentially, this matter is a mixture of a few different legal principles: Contract Law, D.C. Common Law, and Privacy Rights.
In cases where a U.S. citizen is unable to meet the financial requirements to sponsor their non-citizen fiancé for a visa, it is possible for another person to act as a joint sponsor. The joint sponsor must meet all the financial requirements independently and be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent...View More
If you are going to court for child support, you will need to have a blood test ordered by the court. The blood test will be performed at a lab or doctor's office, and the results will be sent to the court. The court will then use the results of the blood test to determine the biological...View More
If you are a shut-in and unable to leave your home to obtain an ID, you may still be able to obtain one through alternative methods. One option is to apply for a state ID card by mail or online, if your state offers these options. You may need to provide certain documents, such as a birth...View More
If the mother and child have lived in DC for 6 months, DC would have jurisdiction. You would need the Toronto custody order. You would sue for custody in the DC court asking the court to either accept and enforce the Toronto custody order or grant you custody based on the fact she moved to Dallas,...View More
If a child's full name is not included in a motion for adoption, it could be considered a technical error. However, this does not necessarily mean that the motion is invalid or illegal. It is possible that the court could allow the motion to proceed and consider the child's identity and...View More
I have had the policy since 1984. Now they are raising the premiums after already paying 38k in premiums. If I surrender the policy can I get any of my money back. As you see above the company is raising the premiums substantial. This is a Universal policy
It depends on the terms of the policy. I could not answer this question without reviewing the policy. Many times, polices include language that allows them to raise premiums after a certain period of time.
No. A valid marriage in any country, including the United States, is a valid marriage anywhere. If he gets married in another country, he could be prosecuted in the United States for bigamy, and the overseas marriage would not be valid.
false protection order on me. final hearing in 2 days i cant get attorney. she has no police reports or evidence. her aunt may witness on her behalf and lie. can i use her past criminal history to discredit her testimony? forging priv. documents, fictitious name to avoid pro....fraudulent documents.
You can do so if they are convictions, and you obtain certified copies of the convictions from the court, or perhaps if the convictions occurred in the same court you are appearing in on the protective order, you can reference those cases by case number and the court can check the dockets if they...View More
Yes unless you have a court order for custody, parents have superior rights. If the natural parents are harmful to the child go file an emergency motion. If it is simply not in child's best interest file for custody immediately
My husband of two years and partner of five year, with two kids in common under three years old has an addiction to alcohol and cocaine. I honestly don't want to continue with the relationship due to the mental distress is causing me and i dont want my kids to continue growing into an... View More
My common-law husband and I have cohabitated together outside of Washington D.C. and been together for almost a year. We present each other as husband and wife and we would like to formalize our marriage by having it recorded so that it is recognized in other states. We are both under eighteen, so... View More
You cannot establish a common law marriage in DC unless you have been living in DC and meet all the requirements for establishing the marriage in DC. You state you have been living together outside DC--that will not qualify, unless you are in a jurisdiction that recognizes common law marriage....View More
recently I was notified by my son's school prinicipal that a parent had filed a sexual assault charge against my 7 year old son. The information as to the details of the case was very limited and she gave no information aside from the fact that he was named and that she would be... View More
Great question -- NEVER speak with the authorities unless you are represented by counsel. This could have a devastating effect on your son and your family. You need to learn what gave rise to these allegations. In a CPS investigation, they will be targeting the family, and the environment that...View More
I have asked the personal representative on several occasions for an update on my mother's estate and have received no information. I want to submit my questions to the probate office of Superior Court of DC, is there a form to complete with the questions or can I just submit them in a Word format?
I am an adult only child and through recent estate planning have been named Executor to my parents' estate. My parents are elderly and vulnerable. My father has Alzheimer's disease. My 80-year old aunt has invited herself to visit to take care of my mother during her recovery from surgery... View More
If you are the sole beneficiary in the Will, you might be able to handle it, but a legal consult can’t hurt. Sometimes, having a lawyer as PR is a wise choice, and lawyers can’t charge twice for their roles as PR and counsel. But, if you are worried about undue influence from your Aunt, it...View More
What are the court orders re: support? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/...View More
Im afraid that either I was setup, or she is doing this at her mothers request because she wants to establish paternity and hit me for 20 years back child support. Either way I want to know my defenses and protection in this situation before establishing contact. Her 21st birthday is almost a... View More
Child support payments are not ordered retroactively but rather from the time they're ordered. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my...View More
He went to finish the school year no his father's cut all contact no number to reach him no address and I try to call via face book no answer neither of us have a court ordered custody threw the courts and his father just recently started coming back around he been in and out all his life... View More
You can file for custody rights in court. If the dad abducted your child, you can report that to the police. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my...View More
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