I am 17 years old and a citizen of The United States. When I was 8 my custody was granted to my mom when she got divorced. Later she immigrated to the United States and brought me along. She now bought me a plane ticket and are forcing me to go back to My dad who lives in China. Does she have the... Read more »
You would have to consult with an expert on the laws of China to determine whether your father could "refuse to accept" you. But if your mother has custody of you she can, until you reach the age of majority, require you to take the flight.
The police officer questioned me in school, I wasn't purposesly trying to avoid questions, and she said that was illegal for obstructing justice. I thought there was the 5th amendment? Maybe rights are limited in schools.
My 11 yr old on was removed from the state of Florida 2 years after court visitation was in place. He moved to Missouri. Since the move I am missing every other Thanksgiving or Spring break. Moreover, this summer I will lose over a month of visitation. He moved with no consent or court order. I... Read more »
My daughter is 9 anf in the fourth grade. She has been being bullied by a class mate for her weight looks clothes and having two moms. He has put his hands on my daughter so I went to the school about the situation and they said they would handle it. Two weeks later same child kicked my daughter in... Read more »
If the school was on notice that your child was being bullied and failed to stop the problem, then the school may be liable. In addition the parents of the bully may also be liable. Discuss in private with counsel.
18 is the age of majority in most states, including Florida. As an adult he can live with whichever parent will have him, and the other parent cannot object. Since you have not stated where he is now, I suppose it's possible that the truancy laws of his present location can require him to...Read more »
They attempted and succeeded in entrapment for this minor once in the administrations waiting room-they used this tobacco device, the student willingly turned over to them when asked, to bait him into explaining how this device turns on/off ! He responded with ‘i dont know’ he was then pressed... Read more »
I understand your frustration, but this is more complex of a situation than can be handled via this type of online forum. You do not state your relationship to the minor, but if you desire to do something the clock is ticking as the schools policies and procedures likely set a short window of time...Read more »
I have recently attended a University in February 2016 to February 2017. I was unsatisfied with the school and decided to recently go to a different university to finish out my BSN. When I called to receive my transcripts they have no record of me attending for my bachelors. However, I logged on... Read more »
Year old girl. Who took his daughter out of state. He wants to see his daughter she wont let him. No custody arrangement an no legal emancipation for the 16 yr old. Mom of 16 yr old unstable. Whats his rights. Where shoukd he begin.
He should probably begin by contacting an attorney in the state where the mother and daughter are located. If he sues for visitation, and the daughter has been in another state for at least six months, he would have to sue there.
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