my mom is constaltly recording me and threatening to send them to people that would include the police and the videos arent even bad it just me telling her I don't like what she is doing and after she hurt me and I have a scar from it she got a video of my crying and she says she will send... Read more »
answered on May 22, 2023
Assuming you are clothed during these videos and are not otherwise involved in illegal activities, they are legal. Your mother is within her rights to record a conversation between the two of you. Oregon law is more murky as to whether she can record you when she is not part of the conversation.... Read more »
The ex-wife cheated and the child ends up not being his but he already has been paying child support for more than 2 years and no paternity dna test was ordered, can anything be done? A new child is on the way that is actually his.
answered on Mar 20, 2023
The answer to your question is complicated, and more information is needed.
Generally, a person has 60 days after filing a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity to request that the father’s name be removed from the birth certificate, or more than 60 days if the request is based on... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2023
For purposes of the Oregon Advance Directive a health care provider determines when the person who signed the form is incapable. “Health care provider” means a person licensed, certified or otherwise authorized or permitted by the laws of this state to administer health care in the ordinary... Read more »
What can I do ? It’s 4hrs rnd trip & they say she’s sleeping he does not want her rest interrupted . She’s almost 90 blind on oxygen all she does is sleep. He won’t call me if she passes either
answered on Mar 7, 2023
In general a Power of Attorney allows the Agent (your brother) to make financial decisions for the Principal (your mother). It does not allow the Agent to decide who can and cannot visit the Principal. I would speak to the manager of the care facility directly. If you are not allowed to visit... Read more »
Of course I'll try to reason with him and I hope he doesn't follow through with the threat -- but does he have any legal grounds to have me removed if Mom wants me there? What if Mom isn't at home and the police arrive?
TMI: Mom and Dad (80+ yo) are verbally and emotionally... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2023
I don't know the trespassing laws but based on your description of the situation I think it would be best if you do not go to your parents' house for an extended stay. It seems clear that your presence will cause negative consequences for both your parents. If you visit your mother I... Read more »
We previously had domestic violence issues that resulted from both of us escalating petty situations. He was arrested early this month for violating his probation and making contact with me. I want contact with him. We share a child. I do not want to go to this hearing and speak. Can I object to... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2022
Actually a no contact Order IS a restraining order and while he can ask to have it lifted (you can't per se since the Order isn't directed at you), these sorts of requests are very common and are very rarely granted. You are under subpoena and your presence is NOT elective or voluntary.... Read more »
the Nexplanon was inserted wrong and she has to have it removed surgically later this month and now she is pregnant or potentially the Nexplanon failed itself we are not certain. The other part of this that makes it so much harder is we are very social people and consume alcohol regularly so my... Read more »
answered on Aug 5, 2022
You are asking the right questions as you process this. Don't lose sleep about yesterday. The stress and anixiety is certainly high, as this is in the top tier of stressful events. Suing a doctor/hospital is a very difficult but often a necessary decision to make. You need to be certain about... Read more »
She was stolen by my ex just to hurt me. She’s filed false papers claiming my cat is her “companion cat”. I have all the proof & witnesses to support the truth in this matter.
answered on Jun 28, 2022
You might want to consider small claims court in light of the fact that most attorneys charge $300-$400 per hour. You cannot have an attorney in small claims court. If you obtain a judicial order for in junctive relief for the return of the cat, she would be in contempt of court if she does not... Read more »
7.005.129 - Possession of a Stolen Animal.
A. A person commits the offense of possession of a stolen animal if a person has in his/her care, custody, possession or control an animal not owned by that person and not placed by the owner/caretaker of that animal, in the persons care, custody... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2022
Only non attorneys can appear in small claims court. If you know who has your cat and you can prove you own the cat, you could file a case in small claims court and ask for injunctive relief for the return of your cat. You could also hire an attorney on an hourly basis to file a civil suit for... Read more »
She is mentally unstable can another family member change her decision
answered on May 25, 2022
I'm very sorry for your loss. Your question didn't completely come through but I'm guessing you're asking on controlling the disposition of your brother's body. Since he died in Massachusetts you should consult an attorney in that state. If his wife is unable to give... Read more »
Ex-girlfriend (mother of 2 kids) has repeatedly kicked out father and tried to ruin his reputation. She has called police and attempting to falsely get him arrested (police have not sided with her). Additionally she has kicked him out several times and is emotionally abusive to him, using the... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2022
Oregon custody laws encourage parents to share in the rights and responsibilities of raising their children so long as it is in the best interests of the children. There is a distinct difference between a custody determination and parenting time. Custody decisions are about who will have... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2022
There is a statutory list of information that must be included in the document; it must be paid for and filed with the court. Most any attorney can handle the matter for you if you wish.
My daughters dad died due to a MVA he had no will. At the time of death he was legally not listed father on BC. However after an attorney was hired by me we have established paternity. The agreement is his sister (who did not include our daughter as a possible heir but knew it) Shes also is PR.... Read more »
answered on Apr 18, 2022
I recommend you hire a probate attorney to assist you. Your daughter has a lot riding on this and it's not possible to answer all of your questions through a website. In Oregon a Personal Representative has a duty to sell estate assets for fair market value. If the PR plans to purchase the... Read more »
Hi, I am looking for an Immigration attorney with expertise in Marijuana related offense, need to file a waiver. I-485 based petition.
answered on Mar 1, 2022
You should immediately speak to an immigration lawyer and discuss the details surrounding the marijuana related offense as said details will determine whether you are even eligible for a waiver. Not only can a conviction for certain marijuana offenses render you inadmissible and therefore... Read more »
My Grandparents are kind people and have housed a family friend for the past several years. She has convinced them that when they die she should get their house and the estate for nothing. She has evidently written up a contract that no one else in the family is allowed to see. The impression we... Read more »
answered on Jan 31, 2022
If you believe that your grandparents are being taken advantage of I recommend you contact Adult Protective Services in the county in which they live.
I was given power of attorney y my ex-boyfriend. I took possession of 3 storage units and paid $1400 to save them from being auctioned. Now he wants to revoke the power of attorney and keep me from accessing the units. Is this legal?
answered on Dec 2, 2021
Yes, a power of attorney can be revoked by the principal at any time. Do take care not to do anything after revocation that could expose you to liability for theft or conversion.
You do have a claim for reimbursement of expenses. Take a look at possibly pursuing that in small claims court... Read more »
answered on Oct 28, 2021
Oregon and most other states follow the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act. This law generally requires that custody disputes be resolved in the home state of the child. The home state of the child means the state in which the child resided for at least the six months immediately... Read more »
I have not got to see my son in 4 months
answered on Oct 24, 2021
A restraining order is a court order, and as is true with all court orders, it must be complied with by both parties.
The restraining order is effective for one year and can be renewed annually.
You may request a hearing within 30 days after you were served with the order. If... Read more »
I took a loan from my 401k. I want to stay in the house. I don’t know if he will leave.
answered on Oct 6, 2021
When an unmarried couple separates, Oregon courts attempt to determine the parties’ intent when deciding whether and how to divide property acquired during the relationship. The key inquiry is whether the parties intended to “pool their resources for their common benefit.”
You... Read more »
answered on Oct 6, 2021
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter nationwide, it is possible, but less likely if the matter involved something requiring personal service (as opposed to service by mail, leaving with a person of suitable age, etc., or other... Read more »
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