There is an order concerning visitations (drop offs and pick ups) for a non custodial parent. The custodial parent doesn't obey the order and the non-custodial parent files for contempt. The judge find the defendant (custodial parent) guilty. The custodial parent still disregards the order.... Read more »
In this situation, the judge could again find the custodial parent in contempt with some more severe consequences. That could be anything from awarding you attorney's fees (if you have an attorney) to ordering that you have additional parenting time.
Your question is a bit confusing- did the Petition name you 2 brothers as co- Petitioners /co-Personal Representatives or just a Petition seeking some neutral to be appointed? If a Formal Petition for Probate of Will has been filed and you and brother have not Assented to same then you can file an...Read more »
Each state has different laws governing the appropriate procedure. If it is Massachusetts where the decedent resided and you are the named Personal Representative in the Will , formerly called "Executor" and no one who is a devisee under the Will or an heir is incapacitated due to disability or...Read more »
Your marital Status is determined as of year end. If you're divorce was finalized by the issuance of a decree on 11.30.19 you would file Single for the year assuming no dependents and you did not remarry prior to the end of the year (yes, I've seen it).
Your own attorney could explain this best to you under any applicable provisions of Massachusetts law, but your question remains open for two weeks. A lien means the entity that provided you with something (here it was medical services covered by the government) wants its money back. The general...Read more »
First of all there is a 90 day nisi period following a divorce judgment, so that if there was a 1A Joint Petition approved by the Court and not a 1B Complaint for Divorce, there would be an additional 30 days from the approval order before the Divorce becomes absolute. When the divorce is absolute...Read more »
You can sponsor him for his fiancé visa but you must show that you have physically met him within two years of filing. There are other options that you can explore. Discuss with counsel anywhere in the USA.
Multiple leases signed over the course of this fiasco. Is there any way to sue for reimbursement for timeshare being exhausted, multiple hotel and resort stays plus the mental pain and suffering from all of this?
I would need more information to give an answer. I've worked with most timeshare companies, but I'm not entirely sure what happened. It's possible there's a breach of contract claim, but that would largely depend on the agreement and additional facts I don't have. Feel free to reach out if you'd...Read more »
I experienced swollen feet before my fifth month of pregnancy, with a documented history of preeclampsia in my family (mother). I was never treated for it through my entire pregnancy. With receiving only one sonogram at around 12 weeks and no other during my entire pregnancy. At 27 weeks, I go in... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your unfortunate medical situation. In order to have a medical malpractice claim, you will need to show the doctors or medical staff deviated from the standard level of medical care in your area and that deviation caused your medical conditions. You will need to have...Read more »
Had no idea I had this against me, my husband use to take care of our finances and now he is deceased. A collection agency wants $7400 for a $2900 judgement. What can I do? Would like to clear this up but don't have $7000.
It is both technically speaking. The larceny statute covers many kinds of thefy, including larceny by fraud, trick, deceit etc. If this is a straightforward failure to pay the police might treat it as civil and defer it. The limo owner can still try to obtain a criminal compliant, but you would...Read more »
at my Fiancée's rented apartment in November 2017. One of the back stairs on which I was standing suddenly broke and I fell through it on the floor below. We Immediately called an UBER and rushed to emergency room. I had injuries on my legs, back, stomach sides and arms. Plus, it is causing me... Read more »
I can't speak to your specific issue unless you are a client. Generally speaking, under Massachusetts law, a dog is considered property. Several options exist when someone takes property. One option is to file a police report. If the police will not handle the matter, then you may need to consult...Read more »
During the 2.5 months that I have had this dog I have taken him to the vet to be brought up to date on his vaccinations and to be be neutered. He had never been to the vet with the person who sold him.
Under Massachusetts law, a dog is considered property. So, as awful as it sounds, think of the sale as you would the sale of something like a car or a boat. Generally speaking, a seller cannot take back property once it is sold. I say generally because each case turns on the facts. If there was...Read more »
If this is a Massachusetts case, then the usual is for the parent having visitation to pick up and drop off the child and visitation is not in the home of the child and other parent. However, there can be a wide variety of limitations and exceptions depending upon the parties' circumstances. You...Read more »
If your objection is that the dismissal is without prejudice I do not think a judge will allow it. A dismissal with prejudice is an adjudication on the merits. Judges are reluctant to dismiss with prejudice when there has been no engagement on the issues of the case. (I assume the case has not...Read more »
I've known her since 2011 and have visited her and her family many times. We have been engaged for 2 years and I want her to come to Boston so we can get married and I want her to stay with me in Boston. What is the best way to get this done?
You can alert any mandatory reporter, who is obliged to notify DCF and/or the police. That includes doctors, nurses, teachers, daycare workers, therapists of any kind, social workers, and many more. However, if this happens they may ask your sister and depending on her age the directness may make...Read more »
Sounds like she needs a certified copy of the Name Change Judgment from the Court of issuance. There is probably a fee for same. Potentially there may need to be an English translation from a Court certified translator.
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