i have been in his life and primarily the one taking care of him when it is his shared parenting time. my boyfriend and i broke up. the mother wants to sign her rights over to me but still wants the father to have his rights. is this possible?
I live in Ohio and they live in California. Its for a non-profit and non-charitable, if thats a thing, foundation. It's to make changes, not money, for what people like her went through ex: wheel chair measurements and kidney failure sense birth
I'm her only other living blood kin. Hey fathers sister. She lives with mothers sister, has since she was 8, an both parents passed within 3 months of each other. She's claiming other aunt is abusive and continues to run away. Cops told me ill be arrested for helping her. What can i do?
My father is charging my with assault against him, for trying to defend myself against him attacking me. I have court this Wednesday. He refuses to let me get a lawyer, and I have no money to get my own. My mother did the same thing when I lived with her. She was beating me, the cops were called,... Read more »
He must notify the court and the other parent of any change of address. If he does not, then that could be a basis for him not to have visitation. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review the situation and advise you.
Another resident committed the attack, however, the facility didn't respond and react appropriately. I have removed my mother and setting up home health care/rehabilitation. She had complete shoulder replacement and had to fight this resident off of her. She has now had a set-back in her... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for your mother's and your family's ordeal here. Reach out to Ohio attorneys; they won't contact you - this is only a Q & A board. You'll have to contact them. You can search...Read more »
If the court determines that the investments are your separate property, then those assets and any post-divorce income would remain your separate property after a divorce, but the court can consider them in determining division of other property and spousal support. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to...Read more »
Most parenting issues are governed by the Parenting Plan that each parent executes. It is important to review that plan carefully, especially for provisions pertaining to moving, notice of an intended move or actual move, and parenting time. Depending upon a change of circumstances, you have the...Read more »
Basically with the situation I am now has made me start to look at apartments. When I get my car, I would like to move into an apartment by myself and have my father or mother sign the lease. Is it possible for me to do so legally?
The landlord will likely want a parent as a guarantor on the lease. Because you're a minor, you cannot legally enter into binding contracts, and without a parent/adult also on the lease as the responsible party, a landlord is unlikely to rent to a minor. A landlord may also be hesitant to...Read more »
If you don't return her, her parents could begin legal action against you in TN, which could involve the police. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a TN family law attorney where they live to advise you if there is anything you can do to file for temporary custody there.
I would be able to financially support myself. I want to spend time with my child but my parents won’t let me be a dad. If it was possible for me to get emancipated somehow I would live with my girlfriends parents. Is that a valid reason to get emancipated?
Until he is 18, he cannot enter into legally enforceable contracts, like a lease, and parents are legally responsible for financial support until 18. If you give him permission to move out before 18, and he gets into trouble or causes damage, you could have some liability.
At 18, you are an adult and can live where you want. But you also will have to get job, a place to live, provide your own car insurance, health insurance, etc. if your parents remove you from their policies.
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