My ex wife and I share custody of our son. When she initially wanted to leave, she was going to do so without any type of agreement. I put an order in place to prevent her from leaving with my child, then she turned around and put a restraining order on me, that was thrown out in court. We came to... Read more »
You likely would have likely had a better chance had you gone for custody from the beginning. If the child has been in AZ for at least 6 months, jurisdiction may be out there now which will likely put you at a disadvantage having to travel out there for hearings. You should consult with a local...Read more »
My son is 18 and dosen't follow our rules. He is a senior in high school but doesn't go on a regular basis, so he most likely will not be graduating. He disappears for days at a time and won't communicate with me when I try to reach him. I've been having a lot of problems with him over the past... Read more »
Your are flirting with a problem, no pun intended. It's ok to be friends, but you should draw the line there. It's a ldr as you pointed out. I'd start looking around for someone closer geographically and age wise before progressing too far. Your young and I'm sure have many great qualities. If...Read more »
Unless ordered by the court to do so a person generally has no obligation to get permission from or tell others that or where are moving. In fact, sometimes the purpose of the move is so that others don't know.
Don't wait for someone to contact you; this isn't a referral service. It's only a question and answer board. Just reach out to attorneys - you could attorneys in or near your county here on this site, through your own independent searches, or maybe through the resources of the North Carolina Bar...Read more »
If you and your potential spouse are eligible, you can get a marriage license in any county at the local register of Deeds office and use it in any North Carolina county within 60 days of it being issued. The officiant must sign it and turn it in within 10 days of the ceremony where it was issued....Read more »
Under normal circumstances a Failure to Reduce Speed ticket should likely have been dismissed (meaning there would be nothing for you to have to pay) so if you handled this yourself - odds are you didn't do it right. If you do not pay, yes a $200 penalty will likely apply and DMV will be notified...Read more »
I received an email that my security deposit would be mailed out that week. Then a month later I was sent a bill stating I owed for damages. I was sent the itemized bill 48 days after the end of my lease.
A landlord has 30 days to issue an itemized statement regarding the application of the security deposit and/or return any unapplied security deposit. However, if the landlord's damages are not fully known in that time, they have to issue an interim accounting and then a final accounting within 60...Read more »
I've asked couple of questions that my attorney will not answer. I'm in North Carolina,my disability case is very important to me. Example of 1 my questions- Do I need to get my current Dr to write a letter or fill out any paperwork for my upcoming disability hearing?
It would be best if a North Carolina attorney advised you, but you await a response for four weeks, and the whole matter may be moot by now if you already had the hearing you mention. But as a general matter, attorneys should be able to share information with clients - their role essentially makes...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney is best suited to answer your question, but you await an answer for four weeks. As a GENERAL premise for motor vehicle accidents in MANY jurisdictions, time lost from work to attend doctor visits or physical therapy is not usually compensated as part of basic economic...Read more »
Probably not. Religion is a deeply personal decision. With joint custody there should have been communication regarding the baptism however i do not think either parent could force it nor prevent it. This is similar to non essential medical care decisions (dental sealant, HPV,). the law presumes...Read more »
He also has a pension and we both draw SS. He said he might give me about $700 a month. I only make $790 a month from SS. I don't know what to do. He said that if I stay something bad might happen. I have no idea what to do. I was going to ask him for 1/2 the equity..... But I think he will... Read more »
Being able to get your license depends, of course, upon your eligibility for reinstatement with the DMV. Now, if you're waiting on a DMV hearing, that usually means that you have a current set or permanent suspension suspending your privileges, thus you'd need to have the hearing and win it in...Read more »
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