Husband has sole custody/legal guardianship of his daughter. She wants to marry an 18 year old in the military. She is currently living with her grandmother but supported by her dad and step-mom’s insurance. If she marries is she automatically emancipated? In KY.
Now ten months later I put in same request before start of shift company website missed shift got home e-mail said Personal Leave of Absence is denied. Im 63 -14 years on the job now fired for missing work can they do this amzn
More information is needed to analyze your situation. What was the reason for your request for the Personal Leave of Absence? Was the request related to a medical issue? If so, did you provide your employer with enough information to know that your request may have been covered by the Family...Read more »
my dog was in heat and the neighbors dog kept coming in our yard. we asked them to put their dog up because it was coming down and it was being aggressive to our dog. they did not do so, we put our dog in the house or remainder of heat but she must have gotten pregnant before. Now there are puppies... Read more »
The case is 18 months old, the adjudication date is late August, my lawyer seems to be working for them not me, and refuses to actually argue the case in my defense. And the father (who is living with us and has since she was born) is not a party to the case ....
I have had my "uncles dog" who was neglected and underfed (under his supervision) for over a month with no question of him coming to get her. Now I am moving to CA from KY and he says I cannot take her with me. Because she was neglected and I have gotten her healthy and happy I want to... Read more »
I was recently threatened with a cease and desist from a very wealthy family of a previous friend. I am a college student and this friend hid her pregnancy from her family and has documented psychiatric issues. she was heavily drinking and i sent screenshots of texts between the two of us to her... Read more »
Person said that it was done he was in jail on them dates.. An they also said they have a video. He dont know what might happen.. Im trying to get answers on what might happen will it be thrown out bc he was in jail or what?
You have the right to use deadly force to protect yourself and others. You have the right to use reasonable force to protect your property. And, most importantly, don’t shoot them in the back if they are running away.
Not even a year ago I gave my aunt my French Bulldog on the promise that if she ever decided she did not want her she would bring her directly back to me. I’ve visited them on many occasions she never once mentioned not wanting her. I have even stated on numerous occasions if you decide not to... Read more »
The seller after a yr told me the contract wasn't valid because the type of loan he had on it. He later tells us his wife at the time intended on me remodeling it and then listing and. Selling it. Now he calls me telling me he has to sell it because he is divorcing, and he's listing it. I... Read more »
A so called land contract is actually a lease with option to purchase. You do not own anything. It will take awhile for the eviction process to remove you from possession. But do not invest any more money and labor in the property, while looking for somewhere else to live. You may get the...Read more »
My mother’s husband passed without a will. All his assets were bought jointly after the marriage. My Mother’s name is jointly on all the titles. The only thing just in his name was his bank account and one son stole his bank card and emptied it. She had told the step-children she would give... Read more »
They can't take your "Mother's property" but they sure can try, and if you do nothing, they might succeed in hoodwinking the judge. Happens all of the time. You need a lawyer to prevent that from happening.
Can I use those messages against him? How does the court know he is avoiding getting served and since he has bad undiagnosed mental problems and also addiction to Meth can the court force him to get help?
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