Lucas Wynne's answer You should retain a lawyer to assist you. If your story occurred as-described, you likely have a claim. Attorneys like myself assist people who are wrongfully terminated for similar reasons.
Stefan Dunkelgrun's answer If the parents are unable to sort it out between the two of them, the matter would need to go before a judge. Without further information, it is impossible to determine the outcome of such a proceeding.
Stefan Dunkelgrun's answer Federal law is supreme over state law because as a condition of Statehood, North Dakota passed an Enabling Act ceding all unclaimed land to the Federal Government for disposition. Upon meeting the appropriate criteria (e.g. homesteading), a person could be granted ownership by requesting a land patent.
There are a lot of conspiracy theories and falsehoods surrounding land patents. A land patent is the original transfer of land from the government to the initial owner. Any patent that...
Gregory William Liebl's answer There is never a guarantee that you can obtain custody over a child that is not yours. That said, you have several options to pursue and should contact an attorney to discuss whether custody is the best route for you to take. Some routes are more difficult and expensive than others and your lawyer will need to know more about your case before you choose which route is best for you.
If you have been placed in removal proceedings and you have resided in the United States for a long period of time, you can apply for Cancellation of Removal for non-LPRs before an Immigration Judge if you satisfy each of the following conditions.
You have been physically present in the U.S. for a continuous period of ten years prior to the institution of...
Generally speaking, a law is not valid if it seeks to "punish" a person for an "act" that was previously legal. However, as I said, I cannot provide adequate legal advice without first discussing all the particular facts and circumstances of your matter.
Nicholas Nelson's answer Your question has multiple factors that cannot be adequately answered without a full consultation.
However, general speaking, a parent may bring a custody dispute in ND if the child lives in ND. To protect your parental rights, you may want to file for a judicial order that gives you custody and prevents the father from taking the children out of state.
***This is general legal information, and I cannot provide adequate legal advice without first discussing at length the...
Nicholas Nelson's answer With active warrants you want to retain an attorney as soon as possible. If you truly were not there, you certainly would have a chance of beating the charges.
Your options are to either 1) continue absconding and wait to be either arrested or summoned to court or 2) get an attorney, then turn yourself in and hopefully get released on bail pending your trial - then gather witnesses that can account for your whereabouts on the night in question.
Lucas Wynne's answer You should consider the ramifications of such a move before making the move. Those ramifications are dependent on whether a court order is in place and whether doing so might give another party reason to bring a motion as to the current situation with your child.
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