No, you can't move out. A lot of problems are because teenagers don't like the rules their parents set, but parents get to make the rules. Talk to your mother about it. Also talk to a teacher, school counselor, family member, or other trusted adult about the problems.
My dad passed away, me and my 3 brothers were named as beneficiaries in item 1 of the will. Item 2 states that if we do not survive him the property goes to his grandsons. So here is the question, 2 of my brothers passed away and one of them has children. Are his children entitled to his portion or... Read more »
It depends on exactly how item 1 was worded. The 1/4 interest of each of the two deceased brothers might pass to be divided among each brother's children. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney to review the will, answer questions, and assist with the probate process.
If you house it titled as joint tenants with rights of survivorship you don't need to probate the house. Check your deed to see if it has the words, "for their joint live with the remainder to the survivor of them." If the deed has that phrase, you can remove her name with an affidavit that has a...Read more »
My child’s father has served jail time on two occasions for domestic violence, my child was visiting him every other weekend until recently. My child has seen his dad in arguments, being kicked out of the residence of his significant other, and being taken away by the cops when visiting with his... Read more »
When determining custody, the courts will take many factors into consideration. A criminal history (especially domestic violence) would weigh against the father and would be in your favor in terms of determining custody.
Your facts lead me to ask another question though, what is your end...Read more »
We have standard visitation. I'm the residential and custodial guardian. He gets them every other weekend, every other holiday etc. I want them to spend the time with their dad but don't feel comfortable with her watching them alone for 3 weeks half of the day. Is there anything I can do?
Alright so I have recently bought a car cash from a car lot with issues that are supposed to be fixed and now they won't. I asked for ALL disclosed problems and he said muffler and coil pack which he fixed, then he called me a day later saying the steering column is messed up and he said I can pay... Read more »
If you can't work it out, you will have to sue in small claims court up to $6000, or in municipal court up to $15,000. Over that amount, sue in common pleas court. You would have to prove there was a warranty covering the problem or that the dealer failed to disclose known problems. Use the Find...Read more »
What we found instead was that he left town and handed keys to a friend of his son's, telling him he could just have the place. The lease clearly states no sub-leasing, but no notice was even attempted. PD advised me that Ohio law changed and I no longer have to evict as he does not have "legal... Read more »
Ask the police for the reference to the change in the law they mention. Unless they can provide that, then if the son won't leave voluntarily and you change the locks, he could sue you. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to assist you.
They have been talking about wanting a baby I have done everything I can to keep them apart. But he sneaks out. If they get pregnant do I have to pay support for the baby? She will be 18 in May 2020 and he will be 18 in September 2020.
Unless she is pregnant already, the baby would be born after both are 18, and no longer minors. She would pay medical expenses for the delivery, then she can file for him to pay child support until the child reaches age 18.
I have a family who would be willing to let me live with them bc they have known the long history of her abuse, and have encouraged me to leave. I graduate from High school in 3 months, is his even realistic for me to do? Can I do this legally and how can I keep her from bothering me or trying to... Read more »
Talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult about your situation. When you are 18, you are no longer a minor. If you leave, will you still have health insurance, car insurance, other support?
I want to form an LLC form my freelance graphic design company, Im the only employee for now. I also wish to sell t shirts, posters and such under same brand. Like how Disney for example creates movies and sells apparel. Would I need to form two seperate LLCs or just the one and create a dba for... Read more »
There are both legal issues and tax issues to consider. You'll first need to talk to your business tax adviser about your tax situation and the plans for your business, to determine the preferred organization structure. Then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local business attorney to help...Read more »
My dad passed away before the suit was settled. We were more concerned with him & the time we had left together and never asked for any details regarding the lawsuit. We never even asked who his attorney was.
After he passed my grdma told others about all the $ she was getting from his... Read more »
I'm sorry for the loss of your father. If you know nothing about the case, as in not knowing who the defendant was or who the attorney was, you could try the databases of the Ohio court system if you're fairly certain the case would have been litigated in Ohio. This is something an Ohio attorney...Read more »
You are your parents responsibility until you are 18. They can get in trouble if they kick you out, and you can get in trouble if you leave. Talk to a teacher, school counselor, or other trusted adult about your situation at home, or call local children's services.
My now ex fiancee and I have broken up. I have moved out per her request. I have been given many of my things back, but she has taken every gift her and her family has ever given me. She also has many of the items I brought into the house when I moved in, including items that belong to my children.... Read more »
You can claim attorney fees when you sue her, but the judge is unlikely to make her pay those if you win. Unless there is a specific statute that specifies attorney fees, then each party usually pays their own attorney fees -- unless the judge uses discretion to make one party pay the other's...Read more »
My mother is married and is trying to get a divorce, but is having issues with Domestic violence, she is the only one on the deed and is wanting to sell the home so her husband will leave her alone can she sell the home ,her mother bought the house for her. She then made monthly payments until... Read more »
She cannot convey the property without her husband signing the deed. So she must file for divorce. In the divorce, she can claim that her mother bought the home for her, and the home is her separate property. The court will then decide what happens with the house, and can order the husband to...Read more »
He still resides in FL, trying to figure out where to settle and my fiancee and I want to get married, trying to finalize our divorces but it's very difficult to do because of our situation with our exes. Can you help us?
In a dissolution, the parties largely get to control the terms of the agreement. But, all domestic relations courts require that you disclose a wide variety of information and complete all of their required forms.
At a minimum the executor should wait 6 months from the date of death as that is the time creditors have to file claims against the estate. However, the time frame can vary greatly depending the size and complexity of the estate.
I am the sole heiress, currently POA, his caregiver and will be executor. There is a mortgage and an equity loan not in my name but my parents. My mother is dead. Dad is alive by very sick. Both of their names are joint owners on the house title and the mortgage and equity loan. He has a registered... Read more »
You need to go see an attorney. You need to verify the house was joint with survivorship between your parents so it can be transferred out of your mom's name and into your father's name. If the house is not in survivorship between your parents you have a lot issues to work through. If the house...Read more »
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