I have a friend wanting to sign her baby over to my wife and I. Father doesn’t want to be involved with the baby and he has another child with her that he’s not involved with either. They aren’t together currently and have never been married. She’s scared of him because he has damaged her... Read more »
The cops pulled me over for my headlights not being on one night. We told them about weed in the car.. After the cops took the weed they didnt issue was any tickets, should I tell my po that we got pulled over by the cops and tell him the truth?
Tough to say without the full picture. It's common for police to seize the contraband but wait until the lab results come back to formally file charges. Keep in mind that you have the right to remain silent.
Court order states no party shall block the other. The plaintiff put my messages to ignore on FB messenger so my messages were not getting delivered and if I tried to call it would automatically hang up. Would that be considered going against orders?
She was/is with him for his time according to our shared parenting plan. He is refusing to allow me to pick up our daughter. Can I take her against his wishes and can I refuse visitation with him due to his positive covid result (
Generally, the Courts are not requiring parents to relinquish parenting time due to a positive COVID test. Has your daughter been vaccinated or is she too young? Does she have any health conditions? Is he wearing a mask, having her do so, and keeping distance?
I’m legally disabled since a young age and they’ve been telling me I might be able to get hired back for days now and they updated there policy but I’m left hanging not knowing what’s going on. I’ve missed 7days of work so far. And I have to start work at another location. They said I... Read more »
Father remarried after my mother passed. Items of mine and family members of my mother that she requested to be returned to her side of the family were never returned. I only learned of this death from a call of a debt collector trying to collect on something in my fathers name. Wife has never... Read more »
It could be difficult or impossible for you find anything belonging to your father. His will might have left everything to his spouse. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney to review all the facts and advise you of your options.
Facts are everything on a motion to suppress, but in a conveyance situation it's reasonably likely the inmate does not have standing. You and the other party involved need to be discussing this rather serious case privately with attorneys so you can go over all the facts and the law to find out.
I wanted to ask and double check and make sure for sure because his landlord is starting to throw him out because he's a little behind on his rent for this month and everything but I was wondering and wanted to make sure if because he's old and he's disabled he's like 60... Read more »
It is good that you are willing to help. A landlord can evict any tenant who is behind on rent, even if only a little behind. Talk to the landlord, and then talk to local senior services agencies or rental agencies that might be able to help the tenant pay rent or find him a new place if he is...Read more »
The car was parked extremely close to mine, the parking lot was also not legally a parking lot (cars had just pulled to park) I’m aware we are both a fault (because it’s not actually a lot nor a parking spot) I also stayed and exchanged information with the driver.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, the fact that a car is illegally parked doesn't usually result in negating its owner's property damage rights. An attorney could need additional details here, but it's possible both...Read more »
What are my rights if this dog continues to come here and do this, we’ve called the warden already and spoke to the neighbor she refuses to tie up dog when it’s let out of her house and is requesting us to call her to clean up the mess and I am not okay with this I don’t want to do with it at... Read more »
I would keep after law enforcement, or if all else fails hire a lawyer. I show the Mansfield Ordinance 505.03 (Link below) lays out criminal charges for failing to control a dangerous dog. The owner could also face civil penalties if the dog does harm someone. Hopefully it never gets to that...Read more »
Claiming to visit neighbor who has easement for driveway purposes, they went down my driveway behind house and photographed unlicensed vehicles on my property only visible from the easement. Can it be used as evidence? Thank you
A more detailed analysis of the situation is necessary to answer your question. There are a few sites you can visit to do some of your own case law research for free. (Links Below) Alternatively, you can visit your local law library to conduct research. Best of luck....Read more »
Mother in law and her boyfriend moved into an over 55 community in Ohio. He is not on the lease and doesn't pay any of the lease payments. He does give her money once a month to help pay for things. She discovered he's been making unauthorized charges on a credit card that he got in... Read more »
The age of consent in Ohio is 16. That said, an adult who engages in a sexual relationship with a child runs a lot of other, non-sex offense legal risks like contributing to the delinquency of a minor and interference with child custody. It's best to just stick to 18 and up.
Got charged with ovi on May 8th. On July 20th my I went to court and my lawyer asked that the case be moved from mayors court to county court. The prosecutor told me to expect a letter from county court in the mail in a week. It has now been over two months and nothing and the county court says... Read more »
It's hard to say from your brief recitation of facts what is going on. But someone needs to look into it before you wind up with a warrant for missing a court date. OVI cases don't just get moved from one court to another. If it is a felony OVI it may start in a municipal court and be...Read more »
When renting the home I was not told or given any information about the HOA, nothing in the lease. I am trying to work w HOA, even tho legally they should be dealing with home owners, but they are just condescending, rude, and bullying throwing their attorneys around. I have been nothing but... Read more »
HOAs are governed by a set of rules specified in a declaration that has been recorded in the county records and is binding on all the home owners and any others staying in any of the homes. The HOA rules provide fines or legal action for violations. They typically prohibit outside parking of...Read more »
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