No. Your presence can interfere with the attorney client privilege and may be used against him by calling you as a witness. For the rest of the world your answer is yes, but not with an attorney. If you don’t trust the lawyer you hired, hire another one you do trust.
Her parents want to force her to stay till shes graduated collage but shes going into the reserves as soon as she graduates were in ky and her parents are trying to force her to keep living with them i need to know if she can move out at 18 and not have the cops called on us by them and her drag... Read more »
sentence of 11months, and while in Federal custody in Alabama, misses the Courtdate scheduled for state case Kentucky, and attorney notified the circuit court judge of the reason for inability to appear at court hearing and rescheduled court hearing date set , can the judge issue a failure to... Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Is it possible you mean a "HIPAA" release? If so, that is a form that a patient must sign before their health information can be shared with others. Good luck
I have joint custody of a 10 year old. His mother disappeared with him at 2 and despite multiple motions filed, she simply would not show up and the courts said they could do nothing about it. I recently found out her mother has the child now because she went back to drugs and now the grandmother... Read more »
If you are the only living custodian and the gp don’t have any custodial rights and are not de facto custodians, you can take your court order at any time and go retrieve him. I’d get him into counseling though, bc the retrieval May be a traumatic experience.
My father's living trust instrument was amended in 2000, He later update the trust instrument giving a person rights to occupy with provisions in 2003, which trust instrument do we follow? He passed away in 2004.
If so does that mean she doesn’t have to pay me what the judge ordered her to pay and is there a way to stop her from not paying us and adding it to the bankruptcy when she files? We filed the case in small claims before she ever started to file for bankruptcy but now she’s saying her lawyer is... Read more »
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