I am 16 and pregnant I want to move into my 18 year old boyfriends house because I feel like I'd be safer there and be safer for the baby can I legally move into his house without my parents consent though
One of my friends got his 3rd DUI about 2 weeks ago. He has two previous misdemeanor DUI’s on his juvenile record. He was ordered to go to victims impact classes and to attend AA after he completed a year long rehab. He hasn’t completed all of his classes and is behind on court/probation... Read more »
Aggravated DUI is always considered a felony. It is based on a blood alcohol level of over .15. The key to to fight the breath test or the blood test. This is complex, but if done right can save you a great deal of heartache and money. If it is in or around Tulsa, give us a call and we can...Read more »
Given we are talking about termination of rights for cause and not adoption, it is possible, but it does give the State the ability to take future children on a presumption of you are unfit. It is a more complex question than can be answered here...Boeheim Freeman Law 918-884-7791
When a student requests a parent be present before answering any questions does this effectively create a 5th Amendment protection from further questioning until the parent arrives? Schools usually respond it is their policy to question irrespective of the request, however, it would seem they are... Read more »
By you placing your child into school you are making the the temporary guardians. This is arguable, but the best thing to do is tell your child to not speak and just keep telling the principle or teacher that they want there parent present. If a police officer shoes up, then ask for an attorney,...Read more »
A 16 year is called (A) to the office in the presence of a police officer and questioned but the student says he does not want to discuss the matter until his parent is called; the police want to search the student for a vape-based on a rumor from another student (B) and (A), who has no prior... Read more »
Great question, but the answer is a bit complex. The complexity comes in the form of an overriding issue of safety of the other students. Now, considering the accusation is only of a vaping product, they are standing on thin ice with the argument of public safety. Asking for the parent to be...Read more »
My friends son moved to another town and was staying with his aunt. His mom found out he dropped out of school and he was taking pills, smoking marijuana, and drinking. His aunt wasn't very responsible after all
I recommend your friend consult an attorney well-versed in Oklahoma family law immediately. It is possible she has a duty to report this situation to DHS and could face liability if she fails to do so.
When I was reunified with my children the dcf case worker and the judge agreed that my childs father would get supervised visitation for 2 hrs once a month. The order was filed and set into motion while my childrens father lived in Oklahoma. I was living in Florida when the order was ordered. What... Read more »
i recently went on a trip without my parents and when i got back i discovered they had gone through my room and taken a few things. of the things they took only one of them was something they had paid for.
You are an adult at age 18. Anything you purchased with your own money is your property no matter where you live. Even if your parents gave you money as a gift or you earned it, anything you purchase with those proceeds is your property.
I can't tell whether the children were legally removed, simply by looking at the documents alone.
The question as to whether it is legal to remove children from a parent's custody, depends on a great many factors. I would have to know the circumstances of the removal, the condition of the...Read more »
Home. Petition says that the court has jurisdiction over above named juvenile pursuant to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act? Then states, premises considered, petitioner request hearing and that after such hearing he be adjudged a delinquent child and that disposition be... Read more »
13 year old brother, mentally and emotionally abusive household has been reported to CPS multiple times. The child is depressed and has suicidal ideation directly correlated to abuse from mother. Can he run away to his older sister in Kansas, as long as she notifies DHS within 12 hours?
There is certain statutory provisions in Oklahoma that must be followed before DHS records are made available in any case. You will need to hire an attorney familiar with DHS proceedings to represent you to file the necessary motion to have those records made available.
My son was riding his bike at 1:30am on a Saturday night during Spring break and was arrested by Grove PD for curfew violation. I can not find any information about what time the City of Grove curfew is, how can they enforce a law that is posted nowhere accesible to parents. They then assaulted him... Read more »
Probably not. If there were serious injuries to the other person, a juvenile case could be started. If so You should consult an experienced Family Law Attorney, in your area, for help with this problem.
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