Living with my adopted parents has gotten unbearable. I have access to my real family because my adopted parents are related to my family but were never in close ties with them. I've talked to my birth mom and grandmother and they've said that if it gets too bad to come by them but i wanted to know... Read more »
My son attends the school in our area. When asked verbally to stop services from an outside agency the school counselor stated she misunderstood. There was a conference call shortly after this incident stating again I did not want an outside counselor agency coming to the school to see my son. The... Read more »
They didn’t do a background check because my dad has all three and we have a better home for my little brother than her. We where going to court against her, and the mom was on our side. The grandmother lied in all her papers and ran my dads name and the moms name in the ground. She got to keep... Read more »
Tell them no problem: you will call DCFS and have them picked up as runaways and put in either Florida Parishes or Foster Care. Then pick up drug tests at CVS or Walgreens and test both of them. Next, get them both into counseling. Lastly, notify the school counselor that they are both...Read more »
if your son was under age, technically your brother committed an assault. You need to take the youth to a dermatologist for starters. You can also sue him but if he doesn't own much that may not get you anywhere.
Or, if I decided to leave the house, will I be considered a runaway? Can she get police officers to find me and charge me as a runaway because my 16th birthday is Dec 15, 2019? If I do call police because she is highly intoxicated and she tries to hit me, if there aren't any visible bruises on me... Read more »
My mother is not okay with me and him dating. Is their something we can do to see if I can get in legal trouble. I know their is a new marriage age, can we get legally married in order to stop any charges that will potentially come up? Or is their another way to avoid being married, since I am not... Read more »
I’m 17 years old and I had a clean record until I was ticked for drag racing. I haven’t decided whether I want to plead guilty and attempt to lower penalty or to fight the ticket. I’m worried about fighting it because I feel as though I don’t have enough proof of evidence.what do I do?... Read more »
I was attempting to pass a souped up Camaro which was speeding so I could switch lanes. It was in a 45mph zone and I went at least 55mph. When the cop pulled me over he asked if I was trying to out run the Camero I said yes. Because of that he stated on the ticket I was drag racing, I’m scared... Read more »
Since I was 16 now we have a 7 month old baby together I was 17 when he was born. Her mother. Knew about us and. Didn't. Mind we want to get married idk what to do she is in the foster system. And my grandmother is getting her she lives with my grandmother now and dcfs knows about us and they allow... Read more »
My sons father received a settlement in 2019 he owed child support they took out what was owed to them than sent the rest of the money to the person who THEY had listed as the custodial parent which was my aunt she had him in 2012 to 2013. Child support said he was in the arrears in 2015 i had him... Read more »
My mother keeps me inside most of the time. Sometimes I don’t go outside for days simply because my mom said so. I just want to be able to feel freedom or relaxed without being a prisoner in my own home
You can go outside for fresh air, to garden, to take photographs, feed the birds, to read a book, wash the car, or to exercise any time you like. However you may not leave the premises without your mother's permission, except for school or a medical emergency, until you are 18.
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