My son was left with his father while I was at work. He didn't call me from work or anything letting me know that my child was injured. He didn't even tell me as when. I got home and talked for 10 mins. I found him making a noise as I was about to enter the bathroom and I asked his... Read more »
I don't want him to lose his career, but he has harmed me physically, emotionally, and financially throughout our relationship and I want it to stop and I am afraid of him. I believe that an order of protection would be enough to stop his abuse, but I also don't want him to lose his... Read more »
If you file for an OP in family court that is a civil matter and it will not affect his license. However, if he violates the order and gets arrested, then it becomes a criminal matter and if convicted of a felony, he would loose his license.
The individual being financially abused is currently abusing illicit substances, does not have a job, and does not have access to their finances. The individual has children with their abuser. There is currently no physical or sexual abuse.
A false police report was made by my family members and the NYPD arrested me based on that FALSE/FAKE police report. Now, I need a lawyer that can help me file lawsuits for False police report, wrongful arrest, financial harm, destruction of reputation, mental stress & conspiracy. Thanks.
I recently had to call the police on my husband for pushing me off a ladder for standing up for our son. There is a police report filed, however he is back in the house and making threats to break our devices if he sees them, he has taken all of the chargers and my son has not been able to do his... Read more »
You should know, that the Family Court is still open in every county it just might be held in a difference courthouse. Based upon what you are saying, you can go to family court and get an order of protection putting your husband out of the house or at least one that says he can't do anything...Read more »
It's a violation on a order for in lieu of maintenance since 2012. the company that served him messed up and didn't file proof of service nor give me a copy to to do it til 3 mos later. H e and his lawyer showed up so obviously he was served, but it was not calendared, and became paper... Read more »
It really depends on the age difference at the time of the relationship. In NY Statutory rape occurs when a person has consensual sex with someone under the age of consent. ... It is considered statutory rape to have sex with anyone under 17 years old in New York. However, there is a close-in-age...Read more »
When I moved to a new state. I reconnected with my ex girlfriend who I still loved. I used my savings to help her move across the country with me (flights, car shipping, etc.) We discussed for her to get acclimated with the new city and then find a job to start helping contribute to our household.... Read more »
An Order of Protection is not effective until it is served so she cannot be arrested until after service. Additionally, your wife has to be served with the request for an Order of Protection and she has a right to be heard on the issue.
The short answer is yes. Usually, its a parent, sibling or partner that was assaulted and later presents themselves as a surety or just wants to resume contact. What you need to check to see if there are any court orders prohibiting the offender from contact. Sometimes those are stand alone court...Read more »
My wife and son filed a statement with the sheriff following a home visit. My son has minor bruises but no severe injuries, yet was taken to urgent care for photos to be taken. I admitted to the sheriff over the phone while talking to CPS. No charges have been filed yet. I am currently out of town,... Read more »
Without knowing specifics it is difficult to give you an answer. In general, orders of protection are based upon Criminal acts, so if there is a way to classify what is being done as criminal, you may get an order of protection. Speak to a lawyer and go over exactly what is happening so you can...Read more »
Please understand that I don't know the hiring standards of the police service you would like to apply to, but generally speaking a conviction and record for disobeying court orders would likely not make you the most ideal candidate. Be prepared to provide an explanation that makes sense if...Read more »
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