I'm an active duty Marine stationed in NC. I'm from OH. Mother of my child was homeless and on meth so my mother assumed emergency temporary custody. She hired my attorney to protect my rights and then hired herself one by recommendation from my attorney. Both attorneys said for me not to... Read more »
answered on Jun 5, 2021
Ohio law governs the custody case. If you want to find out if you can sue your lawyer for malpractice you need to speak with a legal malpractice attorney in Ohio. You may also want to consult with a new family law attorney about the order in your custody case. You will need a copy of the entire... Read more »
My father recently passed away. On paper, I am his only child. He and my mother were married when I was born and he is listed on my birth certificate. When I was in 5/6, he was dating a woman who was separated from her husband. This woman became pregnant and had a son that she claimed was my... Read more »
answered on Dec 26, 2020
You will need to speak to an experienced probate attorney licensed in the state where the decedent lived. Probate law differs from state to state and you are requesting information on a very specific set of facts pertaining to an individual’s right lay claim to the estate. Only someone familiar... Read more »
her parents are homophobic, we've been dating for 3 months and arent doing anything contact wise. can I get in trouble legally if her parents find out?
I was in the National Guard 2008-2011, during 2010 I was pregnant with my first child, and put on bedrest, first sgt was real difficult about it and would harass me. 2011 I unexpectedly got pregnant again and was on bed rest. I sent in my doctors notes and received nothing after, until after her... Read more »
answered on Sep 24, 2019
If the statute of limitations has passed, your chances are poor to none. You should sit down with a lawyer and go through it. But the SOLs are pretty serious and there are few ways around them.
answered on Dec 3, 2018
Not necessarily. See this link for information.
I have separation papers that say Honorable. and that I was issued a DD214, but never actually got one.
Could the Supreme Court of the United States decide that Military Sexual assault cases are to be held in civil court?
answered on Jul 5, 2016
That's a rather complex question as jurisdiction would depend upon how the case arrived in the Supreme Court and what constitutional issues are implicated. The short answer, however, is that SCOTUS will not decide sexual assault cases are to be decided in civil court.
If you are 17 years old and turn 18 in a month and is enlisted into the United States Army active-duty or you consider automatically emancipated in the state of Ohio
answered on Jul 14, 2015
That's a fascinating question. You could certainly file a suit. Whether you would win is an open question as I don't believe anyone has yet sued the military. Set up a consultation with a civil rights attorney and see what he or she thinks of the idea.
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