He'll tell the real estate agent he is moving out. If he is gone for 30 days and I'm there, I have a right to privacy. He wants to move in with the other woman to sell the house. He was granted possession. The home is jointly owned by myself and him. I can cancel the sale before the 45... Read more »
In NC this is called guardianship, not conservatorship, I advise that you speak to a local lawyer to assist you with the process. If you want to attempt the process on your own speak to the local Clerk of Court.
Yes, but there are some steps you will likely need to follow. You are likely in a bailment situation where you will be required to take reasonable care of his property for some period of time and to provide him with formal notice to make arrangements to pick it up. If so, typically 30 days is...Read more »
I filed for custody of our son the first week in December 2020 and 3 weeks later the father left NC and returned to MD to live with his mother. He has visited once since moving. We have mediation late March and he has informed me he will request for his visitations to be held in MD. He also said he... Read more »
I dislike these types of questions as it really just calls for speculation when we don't know anything else about the parties, the case, or the judge. So any answer you receive is going to be mostly guesswork. All that said, I could see a judge ordering that the child is to have visitations...Read more »
Depends. Assuming there are currently no Court Orders or enforceable agreements to the contrary, the ex can pretty much move anywhere in state without your consent but doing so over your express objection would likely make her look bad if you took her to Court over it unless she has a very...Read more »
My youngest is 11. He is having mental health issues and openly says he NEEDS to come home. Their stepmom is treating them badly as well. Dad is refusing. Both sides of the family feel this is best. Should I call his command? Is my son old enough to represent himself?
Your son is a child and will have zero say in terms of representing himself - although it is possible a Judge may want to hear from him and may give his preference some very minor consideration. Your ex's command has zero authority in this matter and they likely would not get involved in this...Read more »
I have primary physical. But a while back my child’s father said he didn’t have any passwords or anything to daughters social media accounts. At first I was like why would I give him the passwords when we usually use the same ones for my accounts? But now he’s filed a modifying the order in... Read more »
Yes, if he requested them, you likely should have given them to him unless you have some compelling and legitimate reason not to and no your daughter's privacy or the fact that you share the same passwords is not a good reason. Which means you and your daughter should not share the same...Read more »
I don’t think there’s quite enough cause for me to get emancipated in the eyes of the law but my mental health has been affected by my family for years. My dad “borrows” and steals money quite often & he has a substance abuse issue. He’s manipulative and narcissist. I’ve told my... Read more »
The short answer is without your parents consent - no. Ironically, the fact that you understand that you likely would not qualify for emancipation means that you are quite intelligent and probably are competent to be on your own or at least very close to it. If you have a place in mind that you...Read more »
No, "renewing" a judgment involves filing a new lawsuit. An essential part of any lawsuit is that you have to serve the defendant - regardless of whether the defendant is in the country or not. There are ways to serve someone who isn't in the country, but they can be complicated...Read more »
You do not 'separate' from your parents - you either move out voluntarily or you get kicked out. Typically and normally you'd simply choose to get a job and / or go to college and move out of your parents house and begin your adult life on your own. You are an adult at 18 and do...Read more »
If your child is receiving Medicaid, they will typically force child support whether you want it or not and you won't get to 'agree' to an amount, it will be set according to the child support guidelines. So it should not affect the Medicaid eligibility. Best of luck.
What the child wants is not really relevant nor is the fact that you have not be deemed to be unfit. The Court (or more specifically a Judge) makes their decision based on what they believe is best for the child under the current circumstances. You seemed to imply that you have attempted to get...Read more »
Bank card hes going to take me to court.my mom told me to keep her bank card and pay her bills while she is in rehabilitation center and dont give it to no other family members.there is no power of attorney.can my brother take me to court to get bank card from me? They have accused me of taking my... Read more »
You should likely continued to follow your mother's instructions and pay her bills with the bank card and not give the bank card or any of her money to any other family members. They can go to court and attempt to be appointed as guardian but they can not take you to court in the sense of you...Read more »
You must either file to legitimate the child, file for paternity, marry her, or support the child. Supporting the child can be done in many ways. Act quickly though, because your time to act may have already passed, depending on how far along she is in the process. Consult with a family law...Read more »
I'm sure there are, but attorneys do not ordinarily do pro bono work for family law issues. Those that cannot afford an attorney are usually left to the machinations of DIY and self-service options. It might be easier to point you in the right direction with more information.
You likely can't 'force' your mother to hand you the birth certificate, but you should be able to get it directly from wherever you were born in Mexico. And I would wager that you don't need the "original" birth certificate, but merely a certified copy.
The short answer is - no. In order for a child to be adopted, your parental rights would need to be terminated. The best chance of you getting your child back is if this process is not yet complete and you hire an attorney. Best of luck.
Justia Ask a Lawyer is a forum for consumers to get answers to basic legal questions. Any information sent through Justia Ask a Lawyer is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis only.
The use of this website to ask questions or receive answers does not create an attorney–client relationship between you and Justia, or between you and any attorney who receives your information or responds to your questions, nor is it intended to create such a relationship. Additionally, no responses on this forum constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case. You should not act upon information provided in Justia Ask a Lawyer without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction. Justia assumes no responsibility to any person who relies on information contained on or received through this site and disclaims all liability in respect to such information.
Justia cannot guarantee that the information on this website (including any legal information provided by an attorney through this service) is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. While we intend to make every attempt to keep the information on this site current, the owners of and contributors to this site make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this site.