Very little was given back, they stole Hi Daniel's oil and Gas Co. After this decision, million hidden in overseas accounts, nothing returned to June Grubbs. I just found the money existed, that it was millions, about the Gas Co. Law firm is closed. In last sentence, was chancelOrs decision that... Read more »
This appears to be a matter of considerable complexity that would be difficult for an attorney to respond to in a basic Q & A forum. As a starting point, you could contact an Arkansas attorney to arrange a consultation. It was categorized under Personal Injury, but seems closer to being something...Read more »
I even suspect that she has talked to his teacher at his private school. Is this legal? My child is 10yrs of age and has been in my care for the last 8 yrs without any complaints or incidents. Can i do anything about this situation? Could she legally try to investigate without my knowledge?... Read more »
If you have sole custody, you are in the drivers seat whether you realize it or not. While her role as stepmother/social worker may be blurred, you should document this as it occurs but save it for when he tries to move against you, if he ever does. Very high burden of proof to successfully...Read more »
No. An agent acting under a power of attorney can and must only take actions that are in the best interests of the principal. Self-dealing is strictly forbidden unless the POA specifically permits it. If you are encountering a rogue attorney in fact, you might need to hire an attorney to have a...Read more »
Hi - I assume both parties and the child live in Texas and the original order was in Texas?
If so, under Texas law, if the child has been living in another county in Texas for at least 6 mos. (besides the county where the case has been handled thus far), and if a party timely requests a...Read more »
I was only informed of the hearing 13 hours before. He served me the papers at the courts last known address for me and that is where he lives with his fiance. He has blocked my number and she informed me i would have to call her to speak to my children
The judge would make a ruling after reviewing the case information that is available. If you are not working with an attorney you may want to consider doing so. Consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq....Read more »
I live in Ohio; Ex husband lives in Georgia. He has a filed for a modification of custody and child support as well as a few other things. I am still trying to find an attorney / money to afford an attorney. How can I file to extend the time I have to answer so that I can continue to get my ducks... Read more »
Contact an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and present you with the options. The attorney can provide you with the guidance you need to answer the custody modification. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
I'm a single parent with four children. I have two jobs and instead of putting him in daycare she threatens to put me on child support. I get him in between jobs whenever I'm not working. Please help me.
There is a monthly amount ordered through the state that is being paid by employer deduction but the arrears amount is just sitting there not being paid. At what point does the state send an adjusted amount to the employer to begin also deducting arrears and how is that additional amount... Read more »
Custodial parent reopened case in 2014 after I started relationship with someone else. In 2016 I had children legitimized in 2016.. Per order cp stated we were in a long relationship and residing together. I have never been jail always supported my children financially. Now she states I owe her... Read more »
He has the rights of parenthood if he can prove that which I assume he can. However they are limited, and if he has threatened you getting a pfa would be a first step, and you will need to speak with family relations and ideally a family law attorney about other options.
My ex wife refuses to let me have our children on my weekend and she told me she is switching back to a previous arrangement from around a year ago. I told her that it has to be mutually agreed upon because of the shared parenting plan. I need help in maintaining a fair shared parenting... Read more »
If she is not following the required court-ordered parenting plan and is denying you your specified weekends, check your parenting agreement if mediation of disputes is required. If so, file for mediation. If not, then file with the court to have her held in contempt and to make any changes to...Read more »
Son in a nasty divorce in WA state. Soon to be ex-wife has moved to MT with kids. We live in ND. She will not let us call or talk to our grandchildren and won't allow them to call us. Is there anything we can do?
If you are the parent, unless there is some court order that says you can't see the child, you can petition the Court to establish parenting time for you with the child. You don't say this, but I expect that the Alabama Department of Human Resources took you to Court to compel you to pay child...Read more »
She was brought in unconscious by her husband and he said she slipped in the tub and hit her head. She was in a coma for about 6 hours or so due to trauma to her head .The injuries to her head and bruising to her body is inconsistent with the story the hospital said. She said he didn't do it but... Read more »
The hospital acted as they are legally required to. Most jurisdictions have laws and regulations that require nurses and doctors to either investigate when they are suspicious of domestic violence and/or call the police. Usually, as soon as they suspect their may have been some/any domestic abuse...Read more »
Yes. There are no rules that prohibit a disabled person from being subpoenaed. A disabled person would be entitled to the appropriate accommodations; perhaps testifying by video or access to a service dog.
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