My younger sister is blind and autistic. She lives with our mother right now, but our mother's health is failing. What can we do for me to get guardianship of my sister? Is it a long and expensive process? I live in Nebraska, and my mother and sister live in Mansfield Mo.
How long and expensive it is depends on the case. A contested guardianship case certainly takes more time and money than an uncontested case. Ultimately you will need to consult with attorneys who do guardianships where your sister resides.
You've not provided any facts so there's no way to determine whether you are entitled to a return of your security deposit. If you are looking to terminate your lease before the agreed-up term expires, then it is unrealistic to believe that your landlord will simple agree to a mutual...Read more »
This is not a construction loan. We are buying the home from the builder once complete. We went under contract on a custom built home 7/4/2020 with completion 12/25/2020. We signed an amendment extension 01/04/2021 for it to be completed 4/30/2021. The house is just framed. So there’s no way it... Read more »
You need to have an attorney read your contract to see if it provides an out. In general, a party to a valid contract may not simply change his or her mind. A house purchase is way too large a contract to guess as to your rights and remedies. It will cost you something to confer with a local...Read more »
Came to USA on 2019 October. Because of COVID and my health conditions I cannot go back to my country . My visa expires in 3 months. Since I am diagnosed with cancer recently (after coming here) and we don’t have treatment for my situation in our country , I want to stay here until I get... Read more »
Yes. They can release you from jail and serve a new warrant or even one they forgot to serve previously. In fact people are often released from jail after 24 hours pending application for a warrant. Your husband needs a criminal defense attorney.
To answer requires a review of the medical records. Contact a member of the Missouri Assn for Justice who handles medical carelessness cases. However at her age with a cardiac situation it may be difficult to prove that it was carelessness as opposed to her body not reacting well to surgery, as...Read more »
i made a report before moving my truck. i got it in. started it ater they jump started it and called the police. made the report and then i drove off. about 2 hours later i started to deliver salt to an area an my transmission blew out to.
i called and talked to the manager today and he... Read more »
They are responsible for the truck, so you will want to ask them for the name of their insurance company. You will need to figure out what tools you had, brand name, model number, and pull the costs from online or if you have receipts make copies of them.
It shows up as "pleading guilty of a felony" it's preventing me from getting back my CCW which I had before after the SIS. I am trying to start a P.I. business and need this resolved. I served my country and still working for federal govt for totaling 32 years and hold a Top Secret... Read more »
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