He talked to his lawyer and she said “let me see what I can do” he called her several times then a week later tells him there’s nothing he can do. I filed to have the restraining dismissed and the judge denied it. Advised he request a hearing & I not show up and the judge will probably... Read more »
Something seems unusual here. You certainly could have filed for a FAPA domestic abuse restraining on a civil basis and had you done so, it is likely (but not guaranteed) that a Judge would have dismissed it upon your request. IF, however, your husband was arrested and charged with some form of...Read more »
Since we got married on 2018, he is different when it comes to money. Not only that, but also with respect to me. We have a joint account and he gets all my salary. All of his salary only goes to his debt (which is still not fully paid till now). And now he got laid from his work since April 27 and... Read more »
Your question isn't clear from the facts you presented. There is no way you can force your husband to contribute in a more meaningful way to the household. You could seek a divorce, and a lawyer can help you do that.
IF a Judge signed and a court issued a restraining order, it is valid and in effect until the court terminates it. You can try opposing it in court and asking to have it dismissed on any valid legal ground but unless and until a court actually DOES dismiss it, it is in effect and you risk being...Read more »
I pressed charges against my partner for Domestic violence, I since then have tried to drop the charges and the whole case. We have gotten pregnant and had a child since then and everyone involved still says that I have to follow through. But I'm no longer interested in doing so.... Read more »
You are not clear whether you are referring to a civil case in which you asserted the claims and presumably a restraining order or if you are referring to a criminal case in which you may have originally complained to the police and which was followed up on by the district attorney's office....Read more »
If the person who has your dog is the person who is restrained from contacting you, you will have to get in Touch with the prosecutor or your victim’s advocate To see if you can do a civil assist to get your dog back.
I am not clear whether the Order restrains you or the other person. Regardless, whichever of you is restrained is prohibited from contact with the other - and that includes at work. Violate the Order and that person is likely to end up in jail.
My daughter filed divorce and restraining order her husband has possession of a camp trailer the purchased that shows her as the buyer on bill of sale she wants to use the trailer but she has no idea where he has stashed it how can she go about recovery of this she has it in divorce papers as an... Read more »
Look, getting away from a domestic violence is far more important than a toy hauler. She should research the value, and ask the court to include the value in the division of assets. The court then tries to divide the property equally and can award money or physical property. The path of least...Read more »
we had a life time no contact order he has a very long criminal record . We were never married . The judge gave him power of attorney and he took my house made me over and let it sit empty until squatters moved in and destroyed it. 289k in damages. He never had to pay for any thing including my... Read more »
This is just too complicated of a fact situation for me to even comment on. If you want a legal opinion you will need to talk to an Attorney in an office consultation where the Attorney has access to the case history and can review it with you. See an Attorney in the jurisdiction where this took...Read more »
If you need help in finding an attorney, you may call the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service at (503) 684-3763 or toll-free in Oregon (800) 452-7636 and ask for a modest means referral. There are some attorneys who are willing to represent clients at a reduced rate.
This isn't a legal question. However using common sense would go a long way to prevent such tragedies. You and the surviving members of your family should either get rid of any guns you have in your homes or be a responsible gun owner and get a secure gun safe and store you guns there. If...Read more »
I get no compensation. I don’t want my dad to get into trouble and get my siblings taken away. I want to know what my options are to get out of my house. Could I move in with a different family member? Would I get in trouble legally for leaving?
You generally have only two options - let your mother know so she can Petition the court for a change of custody or report that you are being abused to children's services or a school counselor or your doctor. If you report abuse there will be an investigation and you and your siblings could...Read more »
We argued and police came after he left and my face was red from crying they said he did it and wouldn't listen to me at all. Now there's a no contact order. We are homeless and he is my saftey at night he makes sure I eat and makes sure we have a place to sleep. They arrested him without... Read more »
The bottom line is you cannot make this go away, only the District Attorney or the Judge can. It maybe that the D.A. will not pursue the case, particularly if you do not cooperate, but it is up to them. You can talk with your boyfriend's attorney to see if you can help with his defense but...Read more »
Your question is a bit confusing. You have no legal obligation to report anything to the Police if you do not wish to. Once reported however, control of the matter is out of your hands and the district attorney will decide whether they wish to proceed with criminal charges (though they may have...Read more »
Boyfriend is getting out of Prison in Oregon on drug charges but p.o. is saying that we can't have contact untill he does class for domestic violence charge that happen in Wyoming with his ex wife in 2015 but was not convicted can they do that
Most likely yes. If he wants to get out of prison early, he must agree to comply with and be under the supervision of a parole officer. That officer has great latitude and authority to require his parolees to do a variety of things and certainly insisting upon the successful completion of...Read more »
Mother removed children from oregon. Got restraining order for domestic violence and because children were being abused/neglected. Judge in oregon allowed father to violate order and virbal badger children and mother. Judge gave custody to father because of restraining order.
There is a lot of information that is needed to provide a full answer. In general, Oregon restraining orders are only good if there has been abuse of one party by the other. The children are obviously involved, but a restraining order likely wouldn't be upheld if it is based on abuse of the...Read more »
A court may issue a Family Abuse Restraining Order “upon a showing that the petitioner has been the victim of abuse committed by the respondent within 180 days preceding the filing of the petition;” that "there is an imminent danger of further abuse to the petitioner;" and “that the...Read more »
If you were served a stalking order and contested it at a hearing in court, and lost at that Hearing, IF you think you have legal grounds to appeal it, you can do so as long as you do so in a timely manner. But you need to prove that the court made some sort of legal error, not just that you...Read more »
My child’s mothers boyfriend is abusive and has been arrested for strangling her before. I don’t want my daughter growing up around him, but I don’t have any court custody agreement what so ever. Just verbal agreements. What can I do?
If no one has previously filed for custody, you may file a petition for custody with appropriate parenting time awarded to the other party. You can find pre-printed forms at the courthouse in your county. However, you should keep in mind that the court generally awards custody to the parent that...Read more »
The police were called to my friend's house for Domestic Violence, 3 weeks ago. After spending an hour and a half at the residence, the police made no arrests. Today, 3 weeks later, they come and place my friend under arrest for Domestic Abuse. Can they arrest you 3 weeks later when they... Read more »
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