Do I have to hire a lawyer to sue her to make her pay the payment. After a year she letting car go back because it’s in my name but in the divorce she got all rights to the car cause she wanted the car. She has mess my credit score up.
I'm 17 years old and cant stand my father or his girlfriends toxic behavior. It is seriously deteriorating my mental health and i really want to move out already. I dont turn 18 until next May and just want to know if I will be held legally accountable if I leave, since i know he wont consent... Read more »
I am domicile parent of my 11 year old son. My ex-husband is behind on child support and is now remarried. The two of them are all the sudden taking me to court 7/14/2020 to try and gain custody of my son. My son gets extreme anxiety when it gets closure to his dad's week and I have yet to get... Read more »
My father, a resident of the Louisiana, had a stroke and is unconscious. I’m am a resident of Oklahoma. We would like someone in the family (me, our parents, or his brother) to have access to his finances to pay bills and maintain his home, etc. We would like to be legally able to make any... Read more »
It is true that you cannot obtain a power of attorney from a person who is incapacitated. You need to petition the court to have someone appointed as the incapacitated person's legal conservator and guardian.
Get Guardianship. I have been taking care of my siblings financially since I was 17 now I’m about to be deployed and I want to continue to take care of them financially By having the military send the money out of my pay but they said I need papers to show guardianship. I’m not trying to get... Read more »
She went to visit a friend for a week but wanted to go see her father, which she hasn't seen in a year and a half due to him disowning her and among other things. She went through counseling for months cause of it last year. Well sue went they talked and everything seems ok so she decided to... Read more »
My boyfriend and I have a two year old son together. We recently moved from mississippI to louisiana and we split up so he moved back to mississippi. His whole family has covid-19 however he wants to come to take my son to live with them. I need legal advice asap on what to do.
The biological dad lives in California and hasn't had anything to do with my son for 9 years. My husband and I live in Louisiana. We don't know if there's anyway we can represent ourselves, or if we just have to have an attorney.
I strongly recommend hiring a lawyer to handle your intrafamily adoption. The requirements for an adoption are specific, and a simple mistake can make the adoption invalid. Intrafamily adoptions are quicker and generally are less costly than a private adoption.
If there is no written custody agreement between the father and I what steps do I need to take to legally move out of state with the child given that the other parent is fine with it? He pays child support and we have never had an issue remaining civil when it came to moving within the state or... Read more »
My son has joint custody but she has kept her from him since Covid 19 started. She used same excuse when we went to visit and wouldn't allow us to see her. Said she's afraid she'll come home and make her other baby sick.
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