I had a child with this person. We lived together so I could take care of our child. I never claimed to be married to this person. Everything was under my name. No joint accounts.Throughout the years there have been times where we seen other people physically and sexually; she actually lived with... Read more »
Common law is a fact intensive situation. Just one element may or may not be enough to establish it. However the intent of the parties to be a married couple is what has to be established. This is done by the other times such as the filing of taxes, claiming another as spouse on insurance...Read more »
defult judgment was taken civile partnership agreement. final judgment was taken as defulat jusdment with out my knoldge. now they are tryig to enforce the civil judgment in the country of jordn since i resid i jordan over seing the project.
os thier is an agreement of both vout state of... Read more »
To our knowledge, the property owners are not pressing charges. However, the District Attorney is charging him with a misdemeanor for this accident. He was not under the influence of anything. He was returning home from football practice. He's a good kid. No history of drugs or alcohol. Good... Read more »
If the District Attorney is prosecuting this, then you need to hire an attorney to represent your son's interests and help mitigate this matter----depending on the age of your son, it may be possible to get all of this transferred to juvenile court jurisdiction which might keep all of this off...Read more »
If you are not wanting to testify, I would recommend that you first talk to your husband's attorney. Failing to comply with a subpoena can have consequences, so don't just ignore it. You can always contact the prosecutor directly as well, but talking to your husband's attorney first...Read more »
Is there a law in Oklahoma that you must leave any portion of your estate to family members that are not in the state? Can you leave your entire estate to your church? If you must leave something for married children that live in another state, is there a minimum amount that you must leave?
In the state of Oklahoma, your spouse is the only person who can make a claim if you don't leave them an inheritance. However, it is necessary that you specifically reference and/or disinherit your children if you don't want to leave them anything. It's best to work with an estate...Read more »
Due to extenuating circumstances and the fact that my ex has parental alienated my kids that they absolutely refuse to have anything to do with me, do I need her signature to relinquish my parental rights.
Once a parent always a parent until your rights are relinquished as a process of law. You cannot just simply waive the rights unless you are giving consent for a step-parent to adopt. Even if you attempted to waive the rights you are still responsible for support until someone else fills that role...Read more »
You stated you have a “charge” that was administratively dismissed. As long as you were never CONVICTED of a felony and don’t have any felony convictions you should be fine. It would be wise to consult a criminal defense attorney, however, to discuss the subtleties and specific facts of your...Read more »
I want to file it in small cliams but i will have to serve the woman that hit me and progressive insurance, the woman thaht hit me will be hard to locate, can i do a service by publication in small cliams or only teh regular court?
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you consult with a local attorney who knows specific provisions in Oklahoma's civil procedure rules, keep in mind that publication is a very weak form of service (even if permissible under certain...Read more »
An appeal of the conviction is out-of-time. Under very limited circumstances, a conviction can be vacated through the Post-Conviction process. Another consideration would be applying for a sentence commutation.
I would encourage you to contact an attorney to review the person's...Read more »
In clinic, or school program that helps secretly get resources out on human trafficking. Program design to help keep individuals safe. After wrongful termination the clinic is still wanting to use my ideas.
It is not certain how long have your invention been public and other details. Computer programs themselves are mostly not patentable but in some cases they can be patentable (you can patent processes performed by the software). However, if your software is no longer novel, you will not be able to...Read more »
You ask two questions here. The first question regards when a civil suit should be filed (if a criminal case is pending). The answer to that question is you should not wait to talk to a civil attorney about proceeding with a civil suit until the criminal case is closed. There are too many pitfalls...Read more »
You are not able to sell the home, as you will be sued for warranty breaches and unmerchantable title. Hire a real property attorney, not a title company, to search both Titles and attempt to get a Boundary Agreement with the adjoining owner. You may have to pay him for the encroachment. Record...Read more »
For the past 3 months he's been sitting in a holding cell.Loc ⁸% With no new program offered. And this time spent is not counting for anything. Is this legal.? So how do we go about submitting a MODIFICATION PETITION to the warden for a different program. They saying he wont be released until 2025.
So the lady about the house from died she had a guardian that’s trying to take me to court for the house and trying to quiet title I am representing myself I need to know how to respond to that quiet title
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