Kevin M Rogers' answer Your sister is full of it. You don't need to give her dog back, she abandoned it. 90 days, whether or not it is raining or snowing, is plenty of time to come get a dog that you claim you want back. So, if you don't want the dog, just take it to the pound and tell sister that I DARE HER to sue you over the dog!
Kevin M Rogers' answer The word "defacto" means something which exists in reality, whether authorized by law or not. Your parents therefore have some rights to guardianship at least to their granddaughter. They obviously do not have "legal custody," which can only be obtained by going to court or bestowed by birth to parents. So, the question comes to mind, why were your parents given the temporary custody of your daughter originally? If it was because you were temporarily unable to care for your daughter then...
Kevin M Rogers' answer The Idaho Child Support Guidelines make provision for child support being paid to children of another relationship. It's not a dollar for dollar reduction to current child support, but is is taken into consideration.
Kevin M Rogers' answer Sorry, it would be too expensive to have to fly from Boise to Idaho Falls every time. However, if you're serious and could afford to fly me to Idaho Falls, I can make time on my calendar.
Kevin M Rogers' answer His ashes are the only thing he had that he could will to anyone, but he died without a will, so the Uniform Probate Code dictates that his ashes would pass to his children in per stirpes. If he had no children but is survived by parents, his ashes will pass to his parents in equal shares. You were never married to him and have absolutely no say in the matter. I’m sorry.
Kevin M Rogers' answer The Idaho Rules of Family Court Procedure say that in order to begin a custody case you file a Petition. I certainly don't recommend that ANYONE do this by themselves. You need to consult with an Idaho attorney and let him advise you.
Kevin M Rogers' answer Nope. He is nothing but a sperm donor at this point and can pack sand. When the baby is born he has a choice to make. He can either step up and declare his paternity to the child and immediately assume paying child support, or he can do nothing, have you let authorities know who the father is and the Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare, Children's Services, will contact him and let him know that they have started a case and he needs to begin paying child support. At some point he may demand a...
Kevin M Rogers' answer Have you tried Idaho Legal Aid or the Idaho State Bar to see if there may be a lawyer wanting to do some pro bono work? Short of that I would evaluate your interest in the case to determine whether hiring a lawyer might be worth selling your ATV or your card collection or your 2nd automobile or your camping equipment? I can’t imagine trying to do this by yourself.
Kevin M Rogers' answer You’re not entitled to do discovery without filing a complaint first. Who would you sue? For what? Idaho Administrative Rules don’t allow you to get that information and the prison definitely wouldn’t open itself to scrutiny and possible charges if they gave you the private telephone records of one of their prisoners. Sorry! You may need to call your daughter as a witness to explain what she knows her mother is doing.
Kevin M Rogers' answer A judge has a lot of latitude to say what he feels will impact someone he is speaking to or sentencing or ruling on a request for ROR or lowered bond etc. Judges have an ethical duty to be courteous and to treat every person who comes before the court with dignity.
Kevin M Rogers' answer That's a really good question. Adoption is not a misterial act by a judge. It requires a Petition for adoption and the Magistrate WILL examine the Petition, which includes all kinds of information and the question probably will come up at some point: why would you want to adopt someone else's children but refuse to support and love your own? Moreover, a natural parent is legally unable to voluntarily give up the support of his natural children unless there is a new man in the picture...
Kevin M Rogers' answer Your ex-husband is obviously a jerk and you're lucky to be free of him. His girl friend is also less than a lady. She has absolutely NO PARENTAL RIGHTS WHATSOEVER to those kids, period. You have NO obligation to let her have them on "his time," and no Magistrate will ever hold you in contempt for failing to let some stranger watch your children on HIS time rather than let you have the kids in that situation. Remember that as long as nobody complains about not adhering to the Divorce Decree...
In Utah, your inheritance is your inheritance. However, it does depend on whether you commingled your inheritance money with marital assets prior to your divorce. For example, did you put the money in a joint bank account before you purchased the vehicle? Did you put your ex's name on the title of the vehicle? Did you also use marital funds to purchase, repair, maintain or insure the vehicle? If so, it is likely that you commingled that...
Kurt Holzer's answer The Idaho statute of limitations is generally 2 years. If you are under 18 it can be extended for either an additional 6 years or until you turn 20 whichever comes first. SO if it been more than 10 years than the unfortunate answer is no
F. Anthony Bullock's answer Courts in most states would construe such an arrangement as a gratuitous promise, unsupported by consideration, and therefore unenforceable at law. In short if you attempted to engage in litigation to recover the requested sum it is unlikely that you will be successful.
Jordan C. Moody's answer That's going to depend on what identification documents the prison will accept. Call the prison where your boyfriend is being held and ask them what forms of ID would be accepted for visits. A foreign passport should be sufficient for them.
Natalie Greaves' answer I'm a bit confused as to the details of your question. I can't tell who your son lives with now, if there is a guardianship case that is designating who is his guardian, or if you are talking about custody. I'm also unsure jurisdictionally whether the case would be in Montana (where the child lives) or whether there was an Idaho case already establishing jurisdiction in Idaho. In short, your case seems very complicated. I would suggest you use the feature to find an attorney and discuss the...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Possible claim for carelessness if it can be shown that if they hadn't stored the oxygen tanks the fire wouldn't have hit your house. Did your homeowners not make a claim?Did your house not get covered by your homeowners?
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