grandparents filing a restraining order against me on no cause and wont allow me to see or be near my kid and have no custady rights when im the father and the miother is willing to let me be their and around my kid
I allowed extrnded visitation due to covid and to avoid stress on kids. Husband doesnt allow constant contact now and a child support lawsuit had been filed against me. What do i do? Do i file here in nevada or there in california?
The second my dad died, my aunt started asking about a will. My mom, my dads accountant and my aunt agreed to meet in the morning and go through my dad's office together. The next day at 7am my aunt was already at the office tearing it apart in search of a will.
If you suspect foul play then you need to immediately retain an estate litigation attorney to discuss all details of this case. The other thing you should do is check with the attorney that wrote the old will to see if he updated it. If that yields nothing, then see if you can determine who his...Read more »
My mother died while in the bankruptcy process with a lawyer, but when I asked another lawyer to search bankruptcy databases, he found nothing. So is my late mother's estate entitled to a refund from her lawyer?
Probably not. Most of the lawyer's work in a consumer bankruptcy, Ch. 7 or 13, must be done before the bankruptcy case is filed. Certainly, the Estate representative can request an accounting/refund from the bankruptcy lawyer, but you can expect that he/she will prepare a bill, showing time...Read more »
Either parent has the right to motion for a child support modification at any time. However, in Nevada, the judge will only consider granting a modification if there is at least a 20% change in income for either parent (the one receiving or the one providing child support). If a formal child...Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and time is very much of the essence when it comes to appeals. Unlike statutes of limitations or notices of claims, where deadlines can be in the order of years or months, timelines for appeals, as a GENERAL MATTER...Read more »
My ex-wife co-signed a personal loan and vehicle loan while we were still married. Our divorce recently finalized and in the divorce decree it states that I will take responsibility for both loans. I am past due on both loans due to loss of income. I had to switch jobs due to medical issues.... Read more »
This needs the attention a good, local bankruptcy lawyer.
On general principals a Chapter 7 can discharge your obligations, but that does not discharge the debt on her part--she still owes it. Depending on the terms of your divorce decree it is possible that the divorce court could still...Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The point you raise has elements of ethics in it. Like a recall action that you mention, one could ask whether it is the right thing to do. Would it help save lives? Would it expose the company to more liability......Read more »
Generally speaking in custody cases the court bases its decision on the best interest of the children. One of the factors when attempting to determine the best interest is preference of the child. If you file a motion with the court to change custody, include that your daughter wants to lives with...Read more »
My husband has decided that he will only pay for the house payment and all of the other money is his. I only make enough money to cover medical insurance. He has paid all of the other bills for 25 years. He has decided that all of the money is his and too bad for me. Should I file separation and... Read more »
You will need to hire a Nevada lawyer to probate her estate. If she was married and her spouse was not the murderer there would be a split of her estate between her children and spouse unless her estate is less than $100,000 in which case it would probably all go to her spouse. If she was unmarried...Read more »
You can file in California to modify the current custody order.
Once your daughter has been in Nevada for 6 months. You can file a Petition for Registration of an Out of State Custody Order in Nevada. Once the Petition has been approved/ordered by the court, then you can file to modify the...Read more »
On RFE, I was not able to provide joint bank statement because it was closed for a reason that we cannot reconcile our expenses and decided to have our bank account and share expenses. lease of apartment agreement which we don’t have bec. We’re leaving in a friends house. We filed tax... Read more »
The supporting documents provided for a marriage vary by the copules circumstances. An attorney will need to sit down with you in a consultation and discuss your situation, documents yo may be able to provide, and, oral testimony.
I receive unemployment and only get $331.00 a week and child support takes 50% of that so I make about $550.00 a month now. I've truly been struggling. How can I get some help? I've tried to keep in contact with my daughter for all these years with no success. The last time I seen her was... Read more »
In order to modify child support payments, you must file a motion with the court demonstrating a 20% change in income since the current child support order was ordered. Otherwise, you may motion the court for a child custody modification which may impact the amount of child support ordered if a...Read more »
She moved back in after being kicked out by a boyfriend and was told she could live with me if she followed my rules and if she did she had until April and if she didn’t the date would change. She hasn’t and I told her that she had a month to move out because I want her gone and she is... Read more »
I received a move away order two years ago to move out of state with my daughter. Now that I am finishing my education I would like to move to a different state. My daughter is about to be 13 years old and would like to also voice her opinion in regards to visitation but I have not perused that... Read more »
Congratulations on finishing your schooling. It is understandable that once school is done that you may want to relocate. Normally, you should consult with the other party to see if he will agree to the move.
If he does not agree to allow the move, depending on your order, you may need to...Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on how "public pool" is defined in municipal or other applicable regulations. In general terms, based on this description, it does not appear to be public in nature. Good luck
Federal law prohibits an employer from using your tips to pay managers or non-tipped employees such as cooks. You probably have a good claim under federal law if your restaurant is covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Most restaurants are covered by the FLSA. Your restaurant is...Read more »
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