More information is needed, however unless your 1/2 is a forced heir, then he could leave your 1/2 sister out of the will. Please contact a successions attorney in your area to specifically discuss your case.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible they could be liable, but more details would be needed about the accident. I hope your stepdaughter is okay. You could reach out to local attorneys to discuss in further detail. Most law firms...Read more »
Not certain of your question --is it your want to purchase an existing LLC or you to form a LLC? That said, whichever it is, what you should do is start by meeting a business/corporate attorney to make sure whatever it is you want to do is in your best interests. If you are forming an LLC, is the...Read more »
Based on your post, you do not have any right to ownership of the home, however if community funds were you for the upkeep and payment (perhaps mortgage) of the house, then you ight be entitled to some reimbursement. Also, you might have an argument for staying in the house until you are divorced,...Read more »
While you may not have an attorney, you can and should certainly try to hire one to assist you with responding and representing you. In the meantime, additional information is needed to respond to your post as there are multiple ex-parte motions which have different ways/requirements for...Read more »
If you have an existing Order/Judgment then you probably need to do a modification, but if significant changes have occurred since the Order then it might be best to file a new suit----without more information, people on this board cannot adequately provide guidance. I strongly recommend that you...Read more »
His father was appointed curator and I was made the under curator because I’m a out of state resident. He is blocking me from seeing my son or getting medical updates on his condition. I hv been by my sins side since the accident that occurred in September of 2021. When I tried to visit after I... Read more »
Although you indicated you want to go the pro se route, since you posted, I will first reply to suggest that you consult with a lawyer to discuss the pros and cons of going the pro se route in this matter, as well as so the consulting attorney can review the legal pleadings. Furthermore, if the...Read more »
Mom lives in LA I Been living in Texas by myself since I was 13. She refuses to give me the back child support she is finally getting. How would I be able to get the card & is that even possible for me to get the money directly to me. Or does she have to be the one getting it? I wasn’t sure... Read more »
You can and should consult with a lawyer who is in the jurisdiction where the Order was issued/signed to see what, if any, options are available to you, however it is most likely not going to provide you the answer you seek----still, you should get the consult to see if there is any way you can...Read more »
If this is a search warrant, then an accused's name is not needed-----the presiding Judge has to determine whether or not the affidavit in support of the search warrant provides enough information to justify/allow for a search of the area to be search and also for what is sought.
Actual Cause although mentioned by ER Doctor 5 times, n g tube looped in distal esophagus, tip terminated, coiled in hiatel hernia above diaphragm blocking airway, my family was told septic shock and bowel perforation killed my mother. I feel this has been criminally mishandled.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. Condolences to you and your family. Yes, you could possibly have a path forward, but no one here could say for certain until the records are reviewed by medical...Read more »
Generally a petition for possession is filed with the clerk of court where the decedent lived at the time of death. Sometimes and administration is required where someone is appointed to handle the business of the estate. Once the heirs are identified and the assets of the estate are identified,...Read more »
Can your 13 year old be issued a citation for trespassing? Yes, this can happen, however, for his to be found "guilty" the prosecution will have to provide its case beyond a reasonable doubt. I would recommend that you hire (or at lease consult with) a criminal defense attorney (and one...Read more »
Do you have a written custody order? What does it say as to this situation or comparable situations? More specific information is needed to properly respond to this and if you do not already have an attorney, then I would recommend that you contact a few custody attorneys in your area to discuss...Read more »
I received an invoice for $200 within 5 minutes of receiving the quote on April 19 to get my bookcase job on her schedule. I received a past due notice in less than 24 hours. It was paid within 24 hours. I was informed the deposit goes towards my balance.
Is there a written contract between the 2 of you and what does it say in regards to the deposit being refundable or non-refundable. If there is no written contract or the contract is silent, then you have a case that it is a refundable deposit, however, depending on the amount of the deposit and...Read more »
To clarify, in Louisiana, I was given a 1 yr suspended sentence (probation), then caught a new charge while on probation. I was arrested, then self revoked my probation, sentenced to 1 yr DOC (which should have left me with like 2 more weeks, but DOC miscalculated my time -OR- JPCC turned in my... Read more »
My son’s mother is basically denying my right to take my 1 month old son out to houston for a couple days to spend time with him where i reside. I infact, do have everything needed to take care of him, food, shelter, clothing.. I’ve made open communication with her multiple times letting her... Read more »
As you can tell from your situation, it is best that you immediately contact a family or child custody lawyer to get some parameters and details in play so that you do not have this issue in the future. Good luck.
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