She’s trying to move out of state to TN from KY and take their 10 year old daughter. We filed an objection to her intent to relocate and haven’t yet heard back about it. We have heard she’s selling furniture online and also have other clues that she’s trying to move today. What will happen... Read more »
Person paid restitution to a company thru local courthouse via escrow. The company is no existing filed bankruptcy. Can person file to get the money they paid in restitution back since company out of business and does not exist.
My mother rents the property where the arrest occured so the lease is in her name. My address was not there. I lived elsewhere. So, 1 day there was a little jon boat left at the end of my mother's driveway, almost blocking it off. We did not know if someone was coming back for it or what. After a... Read more »
I would definitely have to know more about the case to give you a complete answer, but it appears that law-enforcement doesn’t entirely believe your story. Hindsight is 20/20 but It probably would’ve been best if you had called the police when the mysterious boat appeared in the driveway....Read more »
Someone I know has an outstanding bench warrant in a criminal case for failure to appear. Is he technically a fugitive? He's requested I help him out with some bills, and I've done so in the past. Am I "aiding and abetting" if I pay his electric bill, or offer him other financial aid?
The individual you want to help just needs to get that bench warrant for failure to appear taken care of as soon as possible. Perhaps lending money to help him or her retain an attorney might be a better allocation of funds.
My girlfriend will start house arrest for 4 days in January for a DUI she obtained within the last 2 months. She will be subject to a drug/alcohol test. I live under the same roof, will I be subject to a drug/alcohol test as well, even though I’m not the one that will be under house arrest?
I asked "Do I have to let my child go with mother hasn't seen the child in a 1yr 1/2. And I don't have an address on mother.": you said File a motion for those protections and answers before you let the child go again.
You will have to find out when motion hour is in your county and find an address to serve mom at or her last known address, you write your motion to be heard at the the date and time the clerk gives you and you send a copy of it to mom. Then you show up at the appointed day and time and tell the...Read more »
My childs mother hasn't seen my child in a 1yr and 1/2. After she moved out of state, got married, all we know is he's on parole/probation and the mother will not tell me where she lives. She lived out state before and took my child across state lines with out consent. I'm afraid she will do it... Read more »
I have been trying for years to get my son back but can't afford 5,000 for a lawyer. I can't get my case opened again without first filing a motion for custody because the cabinet for children granted him custody? I have a home, income and everything they need to give me custody.
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