I hope so. A 14 year old should not be unaccounted for. The police is the first person you should contact. They can notify and direct you proper supports and services, including investigating the disappearance.
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, as auto insurance is governed by state law. But you await a response for two weeks. As a general matter, the insurance carrier is liable for the limits of the policy. The first figure is the per-person limit, and the larger second figure is the...Read more »
My wife currently is pregnant and due date is June of 2020; She's permanent Resident of US but she's currently located in Moscow, Russia; Im US Citizen currently in US. Due to COVID-19 the travel is restricted now and she might not be able to return to US in time to deliver... Read more »
The courts view pets as property, therefore this isn't really a family law issue even though all the parties are (or were) family members. He could file a claim in small claims court or if he has documentation that the dog belongs to him (registration, etc.) he might be able to bring a...Read more »
Without knowing more, it appears that your boyfriend is being held after a 58A Dangerousness Hearing. A Dangerousness Hearing occurs in Massachusetts when a court allows police to hold a person in custody who is determined to be too...Read more »
I have to come up with a theoretical scenario about a suspect and discuss competency, capacity, and mitigating factors. If someone went into someone's home without permission and stole a bike, would this be a crime that could be brought to court in front of a jury? I know you don't have... Read more »
I recently discovered a vhs tape of a stand-up comedy shot that I shot in 1993 at a Comedy Club. I was given permission by the comedy club to tape it as I was one of the comedians performing that night. I recently viewed the video again for the first time in almost 30 years....and 2 of the... Read more »
I have a business that is set up as a C Corporation. Last year, I took a personal loan from the company of $10,000. Can the corporation forgive that loan as long as I show it as income on my personal return? It seems it might be looked at as a way to circumvent Social Security taxes. Is it better... Read more »
Work will not allow me to work from home. I need help understanding my options and the best way to proceed but getting this information from work has been exceedingly difficult. I recently requested to start paperwork for short-term disability. This paperwork was provided along with the suggestion... Read more »
I would recommend reaching out to an employment attorney in your state for a consultation. More information is needed on your medical condition to determine if it qualifies as a disability under the ADA. If it does, you might try to request a reasonable accommodation of working from home. Looking...Read more »
I am requires to go back as soon as the flights ban to India is over, i have 2 kids and wanted to know what are the options to stay here until the health crisis of coronavirus is over. I am also not able to work and is out of pay.
On Dec 17, plaintiff's divorce atty emailed copy of divorce/separate support summons & track assignment notice served on defendant by MGL c. 223A, stated to be considered sufficient since defendant lives in Louisiana; certified letter sent by plaintiff's atty but def. did not see... Read more »
Whatever happened before the Alternate Service by Publication was ordered is not relevant. The Answer to the Complaint should be promptly filed once notice of the Complaint is received by you. You may be eligible for legal services from a local legal aid organization. Bear in mind that...Read more »
She says she wants a divorce; but hasn’t served me yet. She makes roughly $40,000 more a year than me but has only $10,0000 in savings. I have substantially more money in the bank than her. We have always had separate accounts since marriage began 12 years ago and split bills evenly. She likes to... Read more »
It's good that you have kept separate finances throughout the marriage, but anything acquired during the marriage is generally considered to be part of the marital estate and subject to equitable division. That doesn't mean everything will be equally divided, just fairly divided based on...Read more »
Our agreement was that I’d stay on my ex’s health insurance until I had the option of employer provided insurance somewhere. I had recently been laid off when we got divorced. I’m currently doing contract work so I still have no employer insurance option. My ex just got laid off today and his... Read more »
Me ex and i have 2 kids (daughter 16, son 14). We were never married, we split up 14 years ago. We have 50/50 joint, physical and legal custody. My daughter had her wisdom removed over Feb vacation, unbeknownst to me. Only reason i found out is paperwork from my insurance. My ex is always hiding... Read more »
It really depends on the details of the parenting plan. If there is a set schedule that she isn't following, she can be found in contempt and you could be awarded some make-up time. It doesn't sound like physical custody is shared 50/50 currently. That may have been the intent when the...Read more »
I need help to get custody of my daughter her mother is unfit and has been prostituting for the last 3 years, she has sexual intentions with police officers. I need help to get my daughter away from all this nonsense. Please help
Is the child being neglected or abused? If so you need an emergency order and should engage counsel in your geographical area. Otherwise you should consider filing a Modification of your current custodial orders.
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