More for alimony and child support. she makes a little bit more than I do and we split the kids her about 65% and me 35%. Married for 5 years but the DV case is my biggest worry. I make 16/hr she makes 17/hr we both work about the same amount of hours per week.
That depends on what case you are talking about. The battery will get you a 52 week batterer's treatment program and probation (plus other orders, such as a criminal protective order-be sure to request an exception for peaceful contact for exchange of children per a family court order)
in Riverside county my boyfriend and i have a cpo he cant be around me and has to do classes for violation of cpo order what can i do to remove the ceo i didn't request it the court did. and remove his sentence of classes
Its been 9 months since I have seen or heard from my children. Im complying with the court order but father states different stories each time visits are missed. I have monitored visits as my ex husband uses my past criminal history and past DV when I report the concerns of him hurting our... Read more »
Yes you can. It would be a civil harassment restraining order most likely. Each courthouse has a Family Law Facilitator's Office that will give you some guidance and help you with your paperwork for free.
Its been two months after I've been arrested. My girlfriend got drunk and started a fight with me, but I was arrested for domestic assault. She instantly regretted calling the cops and wish she could talk to the DA, but no one has try to contact her. What's the likelihood the DA charges me later (I... Read more »
Friend was brought to the United States at a young age illegally against their will. Friend has actively sought out proper citizenship and is currently very close to achieving citizenship. However, stepmother has inserted herself into the minor's situation and is demanding money at inconsistent... Read more »
You can always file for a restraining order, but it would appear you would need a lot more to obtain one. I am not sure what you mean by he's "stealing her pictures through a fake profile." If you are indicating he is merely copying pictures of his child from your profile, that will probably not...Read more »
Hearings are open to the public unless it is a confidential case, such as an adoption, paternity, CFS, etc. For those type of cases they normally close the courtroom. Other than that you should be able to attend.
Just issued a RO against ex boyfriend who verbally, physically, and psychologically abused me, using my supposed cheating as reason why he treated me in abusive manner. Was granted temporary RO and now completing forms for permanent. While we were together, I'd placed a recording device in his... Read more »
Shouldn't have done that. At this point you just need to see if he brings it up and hope he doesn't. But if he does you need to get representation right away, and not discuss this matter with anyone else until you do, because the ramifications of this can be far reaching.
I pay vet bills/ buy food, etc. and on all documents at the vet l am listed as owner. Can he call police and force me to give him the dog? She is used as my ESA. I have a note from my doc stating she helps me with my anxiety. He claims l can go back if l get rid of my other dog and give him back... Read more »
The police likely won't get involved in what appears to be a civil dispute over ownership to property. If he wants the dog back, he could report it stolen. He can sue you in Small Claims for the value of the dog or its return, if he can prove ownership. The fact that you use the dog as your ESA...Read more »
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