She can call the cops sure. But that's not kidnapping. However, you risk being adjudicated unruly or delinquent, and if your grandmother helps you, she could be charged with an offense called interference with custody. In other words, your mother has a legal right to custody and if you just up...Read more »
My parents are on public assistance. They've lived with me or in my owned home for 20 years. My 2 siblings got married, had kids out of high school. I have an additional sibling (23 in school) living with them whom I supported as well. I put my life on hold 20 years ago to work to pay for... Read more »
Children do not have a legal obligation to support their parents. But they often it do for moral and ethical reasons. Some siblings have more morals and ethics than others. If you buy a house, your siblings have no obligation to contribute toward your mortgage or to compensate you for the...Read more »
The short answer is, it depends. The devil is in the details unfortunately. For a definitive answer you will need to sit down with an attorney for a full case review where he or she can parse out the situation in detail.
I don't see a question here. If your father is infirm and/or mentally vulnerable you may want to get in contact with adult protective services. If he is stealing, contact law enforcement. For a full case review you will need to sit down with an attorney to review the facts in detail....Read more »
And my fiance at fibroids surgery the surgery took longer than expected so I missed that zoom meeting.I rescheduled another meeting I had some phone issues that were my fault.I received an email saying that the case has been dismissed without prejudice because of rule 53 and I believe rule 27 where... Read more »
In the recent years my children have lived with their father as he has sole custody of them due to circumstances in my past. However, 3 years have passed and I am capable to take care of my children however their father seems unwilling to let me get custody. I am prepared to go to court but I... Read more »
Normally, you would file in the state where the divorce occurred. If that was Wisconsin, the father may get it moved to Ohio because that is where the children are and where any custody investigation should occur. If it was a state neither of you live in now, you file in Ohio where the children are.
There are too many things that you must consider than to try to get any useful information on the internet. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney who can review your specific situation, answer questions, and advise you of your options and how best to protect yourself,...Read more »
Birth father not on birth certificate and has not established paternity at all. No child support has been established or paid. Would a will be needed? Would the court notify him if no paternity established?
My husbands children are 27 and 28 years old. When he was with the mother of the children she decided to go to Puerto Rico while she was pregnant and stayed there without his consent and had the child in Puerto Rico. He said he tried back then to establish child support and it was very difficult.... Read more »
A non-attorney GAL filed a motion which incorrectly refers to a child victim in my case as the offender. She has made no effort to correct it. I was afraid to push the issue before her evaluation was finished. Now that it is, I want the record to be corrected. How do I ask the court for this?
My son is in a custody battle. The guardian ad liedeum seems to be believing everything the mother tells her. Even making my son get his house inspected for structural soundness because the mother said it not structural sound. Can his lawyer make much difference in his custody battle or is it all... Read more »
Follow the proper eviction process if she is not on a deed to the property. But the CCD moratorium until June 30, 2021, might apply to her to delay the eviction. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to assist you. But if you are not married, and no court has granted...Read more »
I HAVE INHERITED MONEY FROM MY MOTHER AND I HAVE THE ORIGINAL LETTER. MONEY IS IN AN IRA ACCOUNT AT FIDELITY. I HAVE SOLD STOCKS AND BOUGHT BETTER STOCKS. BUT ALL THE MONEY IS STILL THERE. MY WIFE'S NAME IS ON THE ACCOUNT BUT SHE WAS NEVER GIVEN THE PASSWORD. I CAN PROVE THE MONEY WAS GIVEN TO... Read more »
If her name is on the account, then it makes it more problematic for you. You'll have to prove it is all inherited and trace all the funds. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to review all the facts and advise you.
Please help... I just want to be able to live independently without him. I pay for food, drinking water, my phone,car,insurance, and college. Can he kick me out or are there any options I can use to benefit me. I’m struggling in this toxic household. I work so hard....
Yes, he can get you out. Parents do not have a duty of support when you reach age 18. If you do not have a written lease agreement, then the home's owner can give you written notice to vacate, and if you don't leave, can file an eviction. There currently is a CDC moratorium on...Read more »
This depends on what is happening in Court. Is the hearing an arraignment, pretrial, evidentiary hearing, deposition, trial? You can always contact the victim's advocate at the courthouse and they can go through general information with you.
The father pays child support but the court did not set a visitation schedule due to the mother not showing up for court. She will let him see the kids but only when she wants and she has to be there the whole time. He can't even take the kids out to the park or do anything with them. She only... Read more »
If the mother and father are not married, and a court has not granted father parental rights or visitation, then the mother has sole legal custody and can prohibit contact with the father. Payment of child support is a separate issue. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law...Read more »
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