You have to notify the friend of the court, and to the father unless you have a confidential address. If you have concerns for you or your child's safety, you can request a confidential address with the friend of the court.
No, but you need to be mindful of evidence rules, due process, and right to confrontation. Your ex, or his attorney, cannot cross-examine a recording, and so they may - likely will - want to have the teacher testify.
I’ve been on TRT for 2 years with the same clinic. It’s a small clinic with one physician and one receptionist. My annual renewal just took place and I paid $2,000 upfront. I had some labs drawn and ordered medication. After that the physician disappeared. There is no one at the clinic to take... Read more »
I am the beneficiary of an irrevocable trust that my father left. The terms are pretty simple. I get 4% a year from the trust, plush 18k/yr for medical, at the banks discretion. The trust began at a bank that has since switched companies 3 times and is now Huntington Bank. When I have asked in the... Read more »
You can use one of the several companies (some more reputable than others) that will buy an annuity or other 'stream of payments' like you receive from this trust at a 'discount' and pay you cash up front. This will likely turn out to be MORE Than 5% interest you're paying...Read more »
Cases are dismissed with or without prejudice. If your case involves medical malpractice, you really should not be doing this on your own because it will be next to impossible for you to successfully navigate the procedure and rules.
no factors has a criminal history I was shown to be unfit, unwilling, or unable. no evidence of abuse or neglect. I have all proof but never got to show because I NEVER got my hearing my daughter is being neglected educ,med,emoti, and emotional and psych abuse by alienating me almost to... Read more »
You need to focus your arguments on what is happening now; not what happened or didn't happen five years ago. Perhaps the first step should be filing a motion to change parenting time. Your argument isn't whether supervised parenting time should have ever been in place, but that you no...Read more »
Was investigated by CPS for someone calling in alleging that I molest my child. My child is not biologically mine I believe that the biological father had something to do with the call. but at the end of the investigation they found no evidence of abuse happened. Especially with interview with my... Read more »
My family has lived in, and cared for, my wife's father's home for four years. We planned on making an offer to buy it several years from now, however her entire immediate family has come down with covid and things are not looking good. After a little digging, we found that this property... Read more »
I just found out my land contract seller never signed any contract after telling me that he did he's trying to take that position of the property because I am only a month behind and just trying to say that a repossession of property is an eviction which I found out it is not but what rights... Read more »
But he has been incarcerated in prison in the state for almost a year, so there is no possible way he could have been driving. The cop also said he witnessed the driver to be a male, and he is personally familiar with the registered owner, so he would have known that that is not who was driving. He... Read more »
I Got Arrested For 3rd degree retail fraud and I was so scared cause I never been in trouble so I was acting out of fear and used a fake name and now I got a letter in the mail to get arraigned and I Don’t Wanna go to jail I have a 1 year old son and I just got a good job working at the hospital... Read more »
Best to face this head on. Otherwise, there will be a warrant for your arrest. And while the police likely won't come out with the SWAT team to arrest you on something like this, these sort of things often creep up and catch up with you when you can least afford to deal with it: you get pulled...Read more »
What is your question? Is he your current boyfriend? When accused of a crime, one of the most important rights you have is the right to remain silent. You probably need to exercise that right with your boyfriend and the police.
Myself and my sons mother has a arrangement when it comes to child support without the courts but because she assisted on trying to get health insurance from the state .she called me and told me that she was going to do so because the state is sending her letters stating that they will take our son... Read more »
Your son's mother has a difficult choice to make. If she accepts state assistance, the state will seek child support from you - and hopefully she disclosed to the state that she receives payments from you, otherwise she could be liable for criminal welfare fraud.
The contractor appears to be asserting a mechanic's lien, which is a possessory lien on goods that were worked on. The contractor would have a lien on the goods to secure payment of work done on the goods. You apparently dispute the value or scope of the services. You can sue the...Read more »
He’s being charged with, illegal te entry. He had a bond hearing today. The judge told him, he’d be willing to give him a bond. Problem is, ICE would pick him up, and take him to another facility. What if, we tried again, but with agreement to wear a tether? Would that still cause, ICE to want... Read more »
Based on the information you have provided, you are requesting bond for a federal charge and there is an immigration hold. This being the case; if granted bond by the judge the inmate is transferred to ICE custody based on the immigration hold. The inmate is not likely to be granted bond by ICE or...Read more »
Your landlord's obligation to the city has nothing to do with you. You can be evicted. Can they collect back rent while in code violation? A local attorney familiar with your location would need to advise you on that.
You really need to talk with your attorney about this. The court sets scheduling orders; sometimes attorneys agree - "stipulate" - to something else - usually to extend discovery or filing deadlines. First question should be "why a new scheduling order?". Unless your...Read more »
Seller had home for sale for $239,900. We offered $250,000, and the buyers agent claimed that they had accepted another offer but would let us know if it falls through. A few minutes later, it shows the house raised to $289,900 and doesn’t say it’s pending. How is this possible?
Until the seller accepts your offer, in writing, there is not an enforceable agreement for the sale of the property. Until there is an enforceable agreement, the seller is free to sell, not sell, or raise the price. Contract law speaks of "offer and acceptance" as being elements of an...Read more »
I know dealing with your mother's health challenge especially under a pandemic. If your mother cannot make decisions for herself and there isn't a health care power of attorney, I am afraid you will need to become her guardian in probate court to make her care, custody, day to day, end...Read more »
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