She can report the abuse to the school; she can report the abuse to the police. Child abuse is nothing to take lightly, regardless of who the perpetrator is. IF she can stop the BF now at age 15, there is a reasonable chance that she can prevent what is otherwise likely to turn into a life-long...Read more »
It sounds as if you both violated the no contact order and thus both may be subject to penalty by the Judge. That said, his violation sounds considerably more serious than yours but in the end, it all depends upon how the Judge sees it.
My roommate has been trying to get me to move out for a while now but we are both on the lease and I've done nothing to violate the lease. She gave me a 30 day notice herself and when I told her I'm not going to leave because I don't have to she got upset. Her family has come into... Read more »
You are asking essentially the same question a second time - and it does not change the answer. No, she cannot evict you; yes, the landlord may be able to with proper notice and proper procedure. As to the restraining order, that is a very fact specific inquiry and process that you need to review...Read more »
I have been having issues with my roommate for a while. At first it was minor things like me leaving the shower curtain open or having a guest or two over when she was home, but now it has gotten to where me and my family no longer feel safe here. In the beginning I tried to reason with her, I... Read more »
If you both are on the same lease, only the landlord can evict you and only then with proper notice, lawfully worded and legally served. A co-tenant has no more right to evict you than you do her. To the extent she or her guests are creating physical altercations with you or your guests, you...Read more »
Restraining Orders are not to be taken lightly - they can affect the rest of your life by interfering with potential jobs; resulting in denials of security clearances; prohibit firearm ownership; even affect your ability to rent a residence and a variety of other potential issues. Yes, you should...Read more »
Depending upon what you mean by your son abusing you, you may qualify for a elder-disabled person restraining order. You would be well served by consulting an attorney to determine your rights and whether applying for such a restraining order is likely to be successful. If so, the police will...Read more »
My girlfriend (16) is currently living with her mother. Her mother recently got back together with her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her and abused the both of them for years. He also watched my girlfriend change her clothes when she was about 8 years old. He has recently been threatening to hit the... Read more »
Your girlfriend may or may not qualify for a restraining order against the boyfriend. If she is living with Mom and her boyfriend, and there are both credible threats of repeat violence she may qualify. One potential problem, though, is that she is underage and would need someone 18 or older to...Read more »
Your question doesn't make sense. With respect to custody and parenting time the court generally makes a customized order for each case. Generally speaking you need to keep your child out of any potentially dangerous situation and that includes keeping the child away from a parent who is...Read more »
You may be able to get a stalking protective order if your BF's former spouse knows that her contacts are unwanted and there have been two or more unwanted contacts within the past two years that have caused you to fear for your safety. If you haven't already done so, you should notify...Read more »
My ex pushed a quick engagement and moved me from CA to OR. I quit my job, sold many things and moved. He stated if there was a break up he would move me back and pay for my expenses to reestablish. I worked for him part time and he refuses to pay outstanding wages and refuses to pay the... Read more »
First, if you knew all about his past to begin with, why did you agree to date him let alone move for him? While not a legal question, it is something to ponder, as a jury will do the same if you went all the way to court on many of your above issues.
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