My daughter was driving my car no insurance , was in an accident , a car ran a red light and hit her , and now the insurance company said they did their own investigation and finds my daughter at fault can they do that
Yes, they can do that---but you do not have to accept the conclusion of the insurance company. You can make them take you to court and prove their case before a Judge. Likewise, if you are seeking money from the insurance company and they want to pay you nothing or less than what you believe you...Read more »
Other party has stated they were at fault according to police report. We now need to go forward to reach settlement for injuries sustained to our minor son. We have a claim # with other parties insurance. My son will not be able to do some things long-term he wanted to do. We have not paid any... Read more »
You are not entitled to a court-appointed attorney to help you with a child custody case. Unless the action being brought against you involves the potential of jail time (such as to defend against a contempt action within the child custody case) or the removal of the children from your home by a...Read more »
A misdemeanor drug charge from 3 years ago doesn't automatically exclude someone from being successful in a custody action. It wouldn't be a fact in the person's favor, but the Court could still award custody if the overall facts support that it is in the child's best interests...Read more »
Two parties in roughly 9+ year cohabitant unmarried relationship with child. Home was purchased while together using credit of both parties (both listed on the mortgage), but only one party was named on the deed. Both have contributed to the mortgage and up keep of the home. They are ending the... Read more »
My ex and her live in boyfriend recently went out of town. I am required by them (not the court), to communicate to them only through email. He emailed me asking if I wanted to watch my daughter. Of course and we set up a plan which ended with him saying’”Ok, sounds good”.I took that as... Read more »
The Court determines what is allowed in a specific custody/parenting time dispute by looking at the custody order and parenting plan. If you don't have a custody order with parenting plan, then you need to file an action to ask the Court to enter a custody order with parenting plan. The...Read more »
I lost my job and haven’t paid child support since June. I will, however get caught up. But my ex is not allowing me to even communicate with my child via text or phone call. If I can’t reach my child I am to call her boyfriend who then determines wether or not my wanting to speak or text with... Read more »
You should review the fee agreement with the attorney before signing the fee agreement and making the retainer payment. The fee agreement will have details as to how the attorney calculates/reports their hours and if any unused retainer will be returned to you. There are number of different fee...Read more »
You should retain a criminal defense attorney that practices in the County that you were charged in. Depending on the overall facts of the case, a motion to suppress or similar motion may be appropriate.
I'm not sure what you mean by online evidence. If there is an allegation or an order that someone is harassing others, this could be a factor a judge would take into consideration when determining custody or parenting time.
My daughters were staying with my mom in Nebraska, while I was in the process of moving from Texas to another State. I was staying w/ a friend while finding a place to live & getting my youngest signed up for preschool. I signed for my mom to have temporary guardianship of my older daughter, so... Read more »
If you are going to represent yourself at a contested guardianship hearing, you need to start spending a lot of time reading the rules, the statutes, and the case law to make yourself very familiar with both the procedural and the other rules involved. If any attorney quoted you $8,000 to handle...Read more »
At least in Nebraska, once diversion is completed, the charge is dismissed and the file sealed. Thus, generally the charge and the diversion completion won't show on a standard criminal background check.
My sister suffers from sever mental and her soon to be ex husband has mental health issues and feeds into her the kids are 6 and 11 both have mental health as well. She has been bring men around, the 11 year old home alone, failing school, sever anxiety, she is treated like an adult. The youngest... Read more »
If you believe children are being abused or neglected, you need to report this to their local authorities. If found to be true, this may result in the children being removed from the home. It could also cause the family to start receiving services that could be helpful to get them to a healthier...Read more »
getting no answers from DHHS or child support in many counties . The courthouse states it’s a “special request” and they will get back to me.Also stated no arrears if it was not modified before moving after a year? I now live in Ne. and received a letter from DHHS here in Ne. 2 years ago... Read more »
Is it worth my money (we are kinda poor, I'm disabled) to hire and pay for an attorney in lieu of using the free court appointed attorney? Asking because she's nice but not motivated at all, probably overworked. My caseworker has done ZERO since removing my kids. I thought I read Federal... Read more »
Majority of court-appointed attorneys are very good. They often handle a lot of cases so they know what the judges find persuasive. Some may have large caseloads and may struggle to give each file as much attention as they otherwise would like. Sometimes you do get better results with hiring a...Read more »
His name is Fareed Hamdard and his address is 3030 Quarter Creek Lane Henrico Virginia 23294 APT 27. and his mobile number is 8042921398. So he took a stock and did not pay while he says he will pay once he get his stock. Now he block us he is not responding to our messages. I want to know where... Read more »
If I got pulled over for expired registration & when I went to the courthouse to show proof of registration, they said that the cop never filed the ticket & that I didn’t have to do anything, not even show proof of registration. I didn’t have to go to my court date, will that still show... Read more »
Generally dismissed charges aren't going to show on any criminal history or background report. Exceptions to this may be very high level security clearances. Even then, they aren't generally looking for things like renewing your registration a little bit late.
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