We went to court and he got primary custody because it was in the middle of school year he now left to work out of state and left her with his mother to live .his wife did not want for her to stay in their home. My daughter does not want to be with grandmother and the school year is about to start... Read more »
A statute of limitations prevents the state from CHARGING you after a specific period from the alleged crime. If you are arrested, you can be charged until the period of the statute of limitations has expired. On the other hand, if you are arrested but not charged, you can seek to be released.
You need to schedule an appointment for a consultation with an attorney to help you with the issues you present. Which procedures apply, and how they affect your pleadings, depends on which court you are in (i.e., small claims or other court). Also, some of your terminology, such as...Read more »
I live in Tampa, Florida and my grandma recently had to move into a facility for elderly. This happend while I wasnt even in the country. I never signed anything and I am no responsible for my grandma since i am legally disabled myself. She actually is my payee. I only live off of SSI benefits and... Read more »
You may be able to reinstate the LLC by paying the required amount to the Department of Corporations. If that's possible and the LLC is once again active, you may be able to negotiate the check. Checks have an expiration date, so you don't want to wait too long.
I am deciding whether to sign an agreement between myself and a bank for card processing services. The merchant agreement states there is an early termination fee, but I was able to get the bank to agree to waive the fee via email. If I sign this agreement as written but retain a copy of that... Read more »
Then the land was put into auction I think. Now they gave me a surplus disbursement check . I cannot claim it directly with my name ,on my country. How can I claim the money. I was planing to open another LLC same name but my country don’t have LLC. They have LLP or BHD . Or Can I hire a lawyer... Read more »
A lawyer cannot "claim" it for you, but can help you navigate this transaction. I recommend contacting the county or whomever issued you the check to re-issue it to you individually in your name. If that does not work, you may need a lawyer to figure out next steps.
I used a notary to do a quit claim deed from my property to my mother. Then my mother informed me that she doesn’t want the property. I changed the document quit claim deed transferring the property back to me. I did not go back to the notary. I signed her name on the document because I thought I... Read more »
If you signed your mother's name on a document, yes, you could be charged with forgery. But it is unclear exactly what you did. The deed had been signed by you and your signature was notarized, what was written above the forged signature of your mother, something to the effect that...Read more »
Abortion care and any other kind of medical care must meet certain professional standards. If there is negligent conduct that is deemed to fall below those professional standards, and the negligent conduct is determined to be the cause of injury or death, there would be a potential medical...Read more »
You can change status to student visa. You need to meet the requirements to get a F-1 visa, get accepted into a school that is certified by the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System and authorized to issue to received for international students. We need to assess your situation in details...Read more »
Let's be clear. You are not on the mortgage but have voluntarily paid your daughter's mortgage since 2008. Your question is if your daughter elects to sell her house, can you ask for a share of the proceeds.
The answer is no, and yes. You are a stranger to the mortgage company -...Read more »
My mother has custody however my mother surrendered my daughter to me in 2018 and decided to cut ties with us. she came back into our lives in 2020 only to create more problems for me. Now in nasty custody battle and we have a hearing for next week to see if my daughter would be returned to her... Read more »
I really need more background on the case to get an understanding of the nature of the claims being made and the procedural history of that matter. Courts are almost always going to recognize the superiority of a parent over a non-parent. That being said, there are situations such as abuse ,...Read more »
I’m not sure if the injunction was a civil one, a DCF injunction or a criminal no contact order. It may be a combination of things. In any event, you need to file an action for dissolution of marriage or a paternity action. I would strongly suggest that you hire a qualified family law attorney to...Read more »
My son has a smartphone that his mother gave to him without discussion with me. The phone has a lock code that his mother will not share with me and she has instructed the child to not share it with me. Our parenting agreement has no mention of cell phones to guide us. I have parental controls on... Read more »
This is a shared parenting issue and may possibly be addressed in your parenting plan under communications. If not it is still a shared parenting issue . You should consult with a qualified attorney to discuss the situation and give a good analysis as to how to proceed forward
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