Documents say you shall not hold back from either party from talking to the kids. We used to do cell phone, my daughter got a computer from school and I noticed she was emailing her mom. So I started to email them when they were at there moms. Then last week the boyfriend took it because she was... Read more »
"Can" ?? There really isn't enough information here. You mention "documents". Are you referring to court orders? It's unlikely that his taking the computer away is ok or acceptable. Without knowing what is in your court orders, it's difficult to say what...Read more »
I am paying child support and have been considered present less that 10% of the time. However, my child’s mother does not want to give my child to me. She only drops her off when convenient and will not give her to me even on my days off. Instead she drops them off at a caretaker and says my... Read more »
Sounds like you are paying support without any enforceable court orders regarding custody. If you want custodial time with your child, you need to petition the court for those orders. Otherwise, Mom can pretty much do whatever she wants.
I was granted sole legal custody and sole physical custody of my minor child in 2012. my grandmother was babysitting for me for thee days and without my knowledge or consent took my child out of school , disconnected her phone number , and relocated to a different part of town. In 2016 my... Read more »
You may have a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress, however if you left them there (as opposed to being locked out from them), then that may attrit your rights. Suggest you contact a member of the CAOC--they give free consults.
I live in California and my brother lives in Delaware. He has become mentally untestable and has been in and out of behavioral facilities recently forcefully by police. In the last few months he has become homeless and jobless. He needs mental help but refuses to volunteer go get help.
You said she asked you to "pay her for help with my status adjustment." That is marriage based visa fraud and can cause many problems. You said she is acting manipulative. You need to really consider what is happening. You should seek more indepth advice from a lawyer from the directory...Read more »
She is unable to pay her bills and refuses any type of help or to go to the doctor. I fear for her safety. Wellness checks from the Department of Public Safety in La Mirada have resulted in reports that state that she should not be alone. Home visits from SASSFA have stated that she is confused... Read more »
She can grant you Power of Attorney if she has the capacity to.
It sounds like it might be too late for her to sign anything. In that case you have to get the court to grant you a conservatorship. It will require a form from her doctor plus a pile of papers, and an investigator will...Read more »
The biological father has been out of the picture since 2018 because he has been in and out of jail. He keeps getting deported and comes right back breaks the law gets convicted, serves his time and gets deported again. This has been his pattern since 2017 but he has been completely out of her life... Read more »
My stepson is under a conservatorship is mother is currently he’s conservator. He was working a job and gave her the money and she’s using that money to start her own business is that legal and what can I do to put a stop to this
A portion of your question is missing; however, it appears you are asking if a conservator can spend money belonging to the conservatee's estate on bills/expenses/assets of the conservator. The answer is no. The conservator is answerable to the court for how the estate funds are spent. Get...Read more »
I am writing for a case inquiry. I am the assistant of Mr. Wu, who can't speak English.
Mr. Wu has a son George(5 years old) with his ex-wife, Linda, whose custody belongs to Linda. However, Linda prevented father and son from meeting for up to 15 months (Filed a restraining order... Read more »
We were married in 9/95 and separated in 8/2019. My spouse is 71 and I am 68 we are both retired and collecting a pension from a local government pension and social security. My husband gross income is approximately $117,000 mine is $58,555. What is the liklihood of asking and receiving spousal... Read more »
The simple answer is that a supported spouse may be entitled to spousal support for an indefinite period as long as the marriage lasted more than 10 years. There are however, several statutory factors that are taken into consideration when determining not only the amount of but also the duration...Read more »
She treats him like a slave. He doesn't want to live there anymore but she legally adopted him. Can he leave and come stay with me. Can I be charged for harbor ing a runaway? I am no longer his adopted mother but I am his maternal grandmother although my parental rights were terminated in... Read more »
You could be charged with a misdemeanor if you help him remain "missing" from his legal guardian. (272 P.C.) However, he could apply to the court for a declaration of Emancipation and be able to make his own decisions about where to live. He should have a work permit, and legal...Read more »
4/14/18 DVRO/Stipulation -ordered R' to make paymnts directly to P' every 15th of month for support. 2 month payments were received with memo "Support". 8/14/18 We reconciled, during this time R' would transfer funds to my account for household, food, etc. none of these... Read more »
What forms do I file a petition with the Probate Department to remove a power of attorney based on financial elder abuse? I have already contacted APS and local police, they are telling me to request the courts for the POA to hand over financial records so the POA can be removed due to the abuse.... Read more »
Unfortunately, this situation will likely require a conservatorship, which is a court-monitored process that can and will revoke the Power of Attorney. If the older adult had a trust in place, it's possible that a conservatorship would not be necessary. Either way, please consult an elder...Read more »
So here's the situation: back in January the father of my daughter and her babysitter and her daughter (also the people I was living with) refused to let me leave the house with my daughter. I attempted to leave and due to being in similar situations in the past with my daughter father I... Read more »
My daughter said she will kill herself if I stop her from talking to this 13 year old girl I don't know what to do . Can I file a restraining order ? My daughter does have a Psychiatry list and she speaks with a counsellor already . But I think this girl is influencing her.
A default judgement was granted due to failure to appear and other extenuating circumstances. Children are still in my custody 50% of the time with me providing monetary support for them as well. Their mother insists on creating a permanent schedule though I currently have no legal right to the... Read more »
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