I am mobile home co-owner (Registration & Title). Is there any way including what he says is my not being on rental agreement (which I am), whereby he could accomplish this? Violence has escalated each time, until police came last weekend (9/19). My wrist is bruised and swollen due to his... Read more »
perjury in parent/child progress reports, failure to disclose conflict of interest, uses threats to control parent, minimizes reports of child abuse, using DV by proxy, and prolonging case for financial gain.
What are my options/rights to ensure MFT can no longer exploit future/current... Read more »
Has prior history of child in danger meant he has third party ppl contacting me telling me not to go to court he is attempting to obtain custody or visits but it’s in the child’s best interest to cut all ties he’s never been in our daughters life until a year ago after he was released 2 years... Read more »
I took a deal with the cruise waiver for felony child endangerment and I want to go back on my deal because the father and my child got his case dismissed and I feel like I am a battered woman he has been to prison for beating on me I have several videos and evidence of his abuse and I feel like... Read more »
Talk with the attorney (perhaps a Public Defender) who represented you at the time you entered your plea to see if there are any circumstances under which you may qualify for your plea being withdrawn.
"Buyer's remorse" or believing your conviction was unfair due to the...Read more »
I didn't tell the apt manager he moved in so she asked me if he was living there I said yes asked if we can just add him to the lease she said he has to qualify or he can't live with me well because of his mistmeanor on domestic violence is the main reason he can't stay well I need... Read more »
The orders include no contact and stay away orders. I had judge reissue cpo to include for civil s.b. My wife wants me to come get my stuff, but theres more than i could possibly take in 15 min. She has filed a petition for divorce. All my tools are at the apt. I cant work without them. She has... Read more »
You really need to hire a local Family Law attorney to assist you. You need to return to Court and get more Orders to clarify the existing orders, and to allow you to use the means of your livelihood during the proceeding
I informed now ex's step mom of the granted restraining order. Within 10 minutes he called and left a voicemail essentially demanding I drop it. A few hours later, dearest step mommy sent another text trying to cover him by saying she'd let him know. Uh huh, sure. Anyway, he hadn't... Read more »
The overall answer to your question is maybe. A person could commit an act that is a violation of a restraining order and independently chargeable as a crime (physical assault, harassment, trespass), so yes as to that. For your specific, no. If the restraining order has specific limitations on...Read more »
I recently filed a restraining order against my now ex for domestic violence and our court date is coming quickly. I've been scouring for what feels like ages looking for representation and coming up short. I have footage from our security cameras of the recent abuse (cops took a clip of the... Read more »
Try Riverside county too, there are a lot of good practitioners there. It is better if you have an attorney to speak for you, because you will be emotionally invested in the proceeding and may not make the best impression on the judge. The attorney will help you to organize the presentation so...Read more »
Theft is the unlawful taking of the property of another with intent to deprive them of their property rights. Theft is a crime, and the police enforce the laws against theft. You should go to the police.
Kids this was happening during covid and I had advocates that was informing me they would step in due to a restraining order never did..I live in arizona and missed court dates I was not informed of now my ex who is a 15 year violent career criminal has 2 strikes and has 4 page felony rap sheet... Read more »
My sister has intermittent outburst frequently (almost 3 times a week) during 2009- 2014 but now almost once a month. When she has these outburst she would hit, kick or scratch me (not too much but she did make me faint once by hitting my head on the bathroom wall) while screaming at me and calling... Read more »
They are both women - the woman who is more responsible & pays rent left because she feels unsafe- she tried to get a restraining order but failed. Each of them tell me they want the apartment - only one can afford it ( they are also not speaking to each other) the one who can afford the rent... Read more »
Tough situation, but you need to remember, that you are a LL and not a relationship counselor. Perhaps you need to evict both of them and if the reliable one wants to re-rent from you, she can do so on a new lease.
I filed restraining order against husband (married 15 years in CA). I had copy of sheriff's call logs , medical record about injury and witness of incident. Judge made rulings against me (petitioner)- move out court order from family residence. There are no cross complains of case filed... Read more »
This sounds CRAZY, where is this happening, TX? Unfortunately, the way the Judicial system works, one judge will rarely overturn the ruling of another Judge at the same level, you have to file an Appeal of these orders. Contact a Family Law attorney right away to get them started on this case....Read more »
I filed restraining order against husband (married 15 years in CA). I had copy of sheriff's call logs , medical record about injury and witness of incident. Judge ignored all evidences and made rulings against me (petitioner)- move out court order from family residence. There are no cross... Read more »
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