Kim Ebert's answer Your question is vague as to what real estate you're asking about.... his deceased mother's or real property your step-father and mother own jointly or separately. A competent attorney can answer your questions. Have all the pertinent facts readily available for the consultation.
Kim Ebert's answer A well trained attorney can examine, under oath, parties and witnesses, and also has discovery tools that will show the Court an accurate portrayal of the parties' income, etc. Also, if there are legal reasons to disturb a final judgment, time is of the essence to do so. Consult with an attorney to explore options.
Kim Ebert's answer I generally advise fathers to register if they have concerns that they have fathered any children, other considerations including such as a desire to have a relationship with their offspring. Some men, for obvious financial reasons, intentionally choose not to register. A well drafted petition will likely include the relief you desire. Consult with an attorney.
Kim Ebert's answer Many attorneys, and I’m assuming local to you too, provide free consultations. Also, check with the local legal aid. Child custody situations can be stressful, but a competent local attorney can ease the stress. Good luck.
Homer P Jordan IV's answer Going off of the situation you have described, he has no legal rights to the child. You weren't married and he has not legitimized her, and now you found out he's biologically not the father. Having no legal rights to her, it's unlikely they would place her with him. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Homer P Jordan IV's answer Are you working with an attorney? If not, you should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action. There has to be a compelling reason why they removed the child and that they are having you work through a plan to gain her custody back. Without knowing that information in detail it's difficult to provide you with direction on how to handle the situation. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Homer P Jordan IV's answer You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case, present you with the options, and help you plan the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Timur Akpinar's answer As a general matter, yes. If a company ceases to do business with its steel supplier because it finds another supplier that provides higher quality steel, this sort of thing might be considered without justification and it happens all the time in commerce. If you are inquiring about a specific matter that involves your business dealings, you should probably consult with an attorney in Georgia. If ceasing to do business without justification means being in breach of contract, that's something...
David Edward Boyle's answer It is a misdemeanor offense that will remain on your record forever if you enter a guilty plea to the charges. I would recommend you consult with an attorney to explore defenses and alternatives to a conviction on your record. Drug offenses can result in the loss of financial aid.
16-13-32.2 Possession of a drug related object (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to use, or possess with the intent to use, any object or materials of any kind for the purpose of planting,...
David Edward Boyle's answer In order to be arrested there must be probable cause to believe you committed the offense of shoplifting. You can be arrested for shoplifting even if you are innocent. If the arrest was without probable cause you would have ground to sue the store for false arrest.
David Edward Boyle's answer Aggravated sexual battery is the penetration of the vagina by something other than a penis without consent. If the 14 yr old was a party to the offense, i.e. helped in its commission than yes he could be prosecuted even though he didn't penetrate the female.
David Edward Boyle's answer You can contact the law enforcement authorities in Michigan in the jurisdiction where it took place. In Georgia the statute of limitations is 7 years from the disclosure or when the child turned 16, which ever occurs first, so it would be a viable case to prosecute until the victim turned 23.
David Edward Boyle's answer The person sentence in the detention center is calculated by the date they were sentenced to go to the detention center, or when they arrive at the detention center. They get credit towards the overall time of their sentence but not necessarily the time in jail waiting to go to the detention center. The overall sentence never stopped running.
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