An 8th grader told another 8th grader to kill themself on two separate occasions. This was in person on school grounds. The 8th grader who was told to do it made an attempt. Are there any legal consequences for the 8th grader who made the statement? Does it matter that the 8th grader who attempted... Read more »
answered on Mar 1, 2023
You asked if there are legal consequences for the 8th grader for telling someone to kill themselves. I don't think there is a "Yes" or "No" answer. I would suggest that most likely, "No", because an 8th grader is not likely to fully appreciate the severity of what... Read more »
Is it legal or even right to dissipate a biological parent (the mothers) ; her assets; My funds, my right to be a human-do things like vote, make medical decisions, or be an ABLE body of my own? While under terms of the state shut down,from being a created parent which of whom was not approved of... Read more »
I live in Oregon and I'm seventeen. I graduated early a few months ago, I have a full time job and my birthday is in September. This is my first time living in Oregon with this parent because I moved in after I graduated and I was a resident at Job corps for a year before that. It's just... Read more »
answered on Mar 7, 2020
You are technically not able to commit to any legally binding agreements until you turn age 18 unless you get emancipated by a court proceeding. It probably isn't worth the time and money to file for an emancipation when you are only months away from turning 18. I suppose you could move out... Read more »
answered on Jan 19, 2020
You will need to ask he DMV. But you are a step parent and not either a custodial or non-custodial parent. To save on being hassled just have one of his parents go with him. I don't think DMV cares who has legal custody.
Me and several people are being subpoenaed by the opposing party in regards to guardianship of a minor. Several of which have either passed away or haven't even associated with the involved parties enough to warrant a satisfactory reason for the subpoena. The opposing party requesting all the... Read more »
answered on Jan 7, 2020
If the subpoena is truly frivolous you can file a motion to quash the subpoena and explain to the court why you think this is frivolous. Just because subpoena's are being issued doesn't mean that they will be served. In Oregon the party serving the Subpoena has to tender a check for a... Read more »
answered on Dec 18, 2019
Your statement doesn't makes sense. Please post again with proper grammar so that we know what your question is.
answered on Sep 8, 2019
You are a minor under your parents custody and care until you are age 18. Running away isn't a crime but it is a situation that is a safety concern for the minor child so the authorities can intervene and take the juvenile into protective care. That said, sometimes older children end up... Read more »
She picked her up from a friend's house and hid her from me, and has been instrumental in the kidnapping and coercion of her, which the nose piercing is evidence of.
My cps worker decided to give him away and It wasnt his dog to give away and i was not consulted about this before it happened, is there any legal action I can take. Or anyway I can try to get him back, plz this dog means the world to me
answered on Apr 7, 2019
There isn't an easy answer that someone can give you on the internet after just reading a short statement. On the one hand, if you have proof of ownership you might still have rights. On the other hand if you abandoned your dog that might amount to animal neglect and your family or your CPS... Read more »
I’m 16, and 30wks pregnant. I Smoked until about 28wks.
answered on Jan 2, 2019
No, they won't take the baby away. You will also very likely test clean by the time you give birth.
me and my wife were assaulted by our oldest duaghter who is 16. we have a total of 4 kids including her 2 of which have special needs who witnessed the incident and traumatized by it. we called 911 police came and refused to arrest our daughter even though there was clear marks on both my wife and... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2018
If your daughter is a minor in your custody you have the legal right to commit her for a psychiatric evaluation or to put her in some type of institution that works with problem children. You would have to figure out how to pay for these services. Your health insurance might cover the psychiatric... Read more »
My probation does not specifically say I must stay with My foster parents.
answered on Jan 26, 2018
I don't know what your legal question is. You either can or can't move in with your girlfriend. Sounds like you should get clarification from either your criminal defense attorney or from whoever is supervising your probation. Remember that your terms of probation can be changed. The... Read more »
Program is called Baker Early College. I am 16.
My parents do not agree with me going, I just want to know if they can legally stop me.
answered on Jan 14, 2018
Legally your parents are your guardians until you turn 18. Once you turn 18 you can do whatever you want. Along with being your guardians your parents provide you with a place to live and financial support and it is extremely important to hae this financial assistance if you want to stay in... Read more »
my mom has emotionally abused me for years and use to hit us on the head. kicked by big sister out when she was 15 and i am now 16 and cant deal with it anymore i suffer from depression and anxiety and i have wanted to kill my self. can i runway to my older sisters and not have her get in trouble
answered on Oct 24, 2017
If your sister is an adult, she can Petition to be your guardian. She should consult with an attorney about this. Otherwise if your sister or any other adult tries to take you from your mother (even if you want to go), they can be charged with custodial interference.
Mother and father live in home. No custody issues.
answered on Oct 22, 2017
I'm sorry but I don't understand what your question is about. Could you please repost with a little more details about the situation so we know what you are asking?
Basically I'm asking if you take cases involving lawsuits against the State of Oregon?
answered on Oct 18, 2017
I don't, and attorney's cannot solict your business here anyway. You will have to search one out.
Also, note that suing a government agency means filing a tort claim notice within 180 days of the incident, so if that has not happened, that needs to be done quickly.
Can i kick her out
answered on Oct 13, 2017
He can try but you ultimately get to decide who can be in your house. This assumes that your grandson is not a "renter" as defined by Oregon's landlord tenant law. I don't do landlord tenant law so if you might want to consult with a landlord tenant lawyer to see if your... Read more »
i live in portland oregon and like to go out. On walks, to the taco bell with friends, hikes, lots of things. I am 15 and I bought a multitool. It has a fire starter, seatbelt cutter, glass smasher, flashlight, etc. but the biggest question is the knife it has. The knife is 3.5 inches long, about... Read more »
answered on Oct 8, 2017
Oregon’s carrying concealed weapons law (ORS 166.240) makes it a Class B misdemeanor to carry concealed on your person:
- any knife with a blade that projects or swings into position by force of a spring or centrifugal force;
- any dirk, dagger, ice pick, slungshot, metal... Read more »
So i will turn 18 this summer and my dad will have custody of me and i don't like being there how long do i have to stay with him after i turn 18 do i have to stay all summer or after i turn 18 can i leave.
answered on Sep 29, 2017
Once you reach age 18, you are considered an adult. Neither of your parents has custody of you. You can live wherever you want once you reach age 18. You should carefully consider your options before making your decision, and share your concerns with your father and others. This is a situation... Read more »
answered on Aug 9, 2017
"What is the charge" - I assume you are concerned with what type of criminal charges could be brought - and no one is gong to be able tell you that. It depends whether a related crime was committed. Hitting someone could also be an accident in which case there are no criminal charges.... Read more »
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