She’s been harassing me through several things. Text, social media’s, and after I blocked her from everything she ask people to rely a message to me. She constantly circles where I’m at in town and I can’t make her leave me alone. I wanna press charges, but there’s no point If they... Read more »
A 16yo wants to fight me. I’ve repeatedly told her I am not putting my hands on her bc of the law. But if for some reason I have no choice & she hits me first in a public place, how much trouble could I get in?
Hi, my little sister is 14 and she sent a video of herself being being sexual to two of her male classmates on a app called Snapchat. One of the boys recorded her from another phone and his mother found it. Now she wants to discuss the matter with my mother since the boy sent it around school. If... Read more »
My almost 17 year old not legally adopted son of mine's step mother called and asked if he could come live with me due to circumstances between him and his father. I want full legal guardianship of him so that I can enroll him in school, take him to Dr. appointments, etc. What steps or forms do I... Read more »
Levels where 30 in GO her levels would drop and go back up . She tested a few days ago and her levels where 18 so she wnt back to green oaks. Why would her levels be going up and down . She's has done everything her case worker asked of her she completed her hiset and signed up for drivers ed and... Read more »
I found out recently the my kids dad and stepmom have been lying to my kids since december 2011 by claiming to them that I abandoned them after they moved in with their dad. The dad allowed the stepmom to be shown as the parental guardian instead of me on medical records, doctors appointment,... Read more »
If that person was put on probation without that happening how valid is the probation violation, if charged with one under that senario? Am I wrong for believing that you have to be arrested and charged with a crime to be placed on probation?
They keep pushing the idea of me getting a G.E.D, which isn't fair to me at all because this is my life not their's. Their poor excuse is that I was messing up at my previous school, but I started to get it together right before I moved to where I am now which was the middle of the year. I know... Read more »
I admire you for your drive and ambition. I would tell them flat-out that you want to stay and school and finish. Make a deal with them that you can stay in school as long as you continue to make good grades and stay out of trouble. Good luck!
It depends on the circumstances. Who has legal custody of the child right now? If you have reason to believe either of the parents having custody is a danger, you could always file a petition yourself. Grandparents also may have a limited right to just visitation under certain circumstances; this...Read more »
He is still in school and would be moving with his biological fathers family. Which they or the father have never financially supported him before. We cant seem to get along. He wants to be treated like an adult but doeant take resposibilty for anything.
I don't see how you can get in trouble; however, I would suggest that you do a Voluntary Transfer of Custody. This will be required if the school board where he'll be attending is operating under a Federal desgregation order, and most school boards in LA still are. This may also afford you some...Read more »
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