The key to adjusting and modifying any child dependency matter is to convince the child protective apparatus to go along with an idea to keep the child under the government's supervision while the biological father raises the child the best he can. Without further information, we cannot opine:...View More
To do so can be rather complex and he really needs to consult privately with an attorney familiar with dependency cases. The rhetorical question that occurs to me is why he didn't take action when the dependency case was first filed.
Short of a very long story I was wrongfully accused by a pediatrician. This pediatrician accused me of abusing my son, but later on it turned out to be from a medical condition. But unfortunately the prosecutor decided to charge me anyway and now it's to be fought out in court with the... View More
This is another one of those questions that requires candor that is unpleasant to government and government's supporters to answer fully and accurately. Federal money goes to the states for child protection and certain criminal prosecutions meaning the tail wags the dog, and the outcome can be...View More
Child services has temporary custody but in their records it states no vaccinations and they went without my knowledge and vaccinated my children. Caseworker was supposed to call me and tell me what happened she never called or will return my calls I found out from my son
Pennsylvania has a unique approach to its citizens characterized by imposed government edicts per family. Pennsylvania says the law is fair for all and that every citizen is treated equally when in reality, that is very far from the truth.
First and foremost, Pennsylvania subscribed to the...View More
If there is an agreement, and both parents decide to make changes to it, and follow this for a year, can one parent deide suddenly to go back to the original order because a petition was filed for a modification?
Without more information it is not possible to answer your question. You should contact an attorney that is experienced in collections and provide the attorney with all the details to get an answer to your questions.
My sister wants me to sell the house. She wants the money. I grew up in and have lived in this house for 20 plus years. My grandparents took custody of me because my mother left me with them as a child. I don't have the money to buy her out, but I want my house.
You may or may not have left out some relevant facts but I will try to answer----if the insurance company is paying a property damage claim for the vehicle then it should pay the titled owner(s) of the vehicle.
No. After 18 you are legal adult and no one parent has any right to cancel your passport. If they persist call the police, as they have no right to conceal a legal US Passport from its holder for any reason, or go ahead and apply for a new one.
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some information may have been left off here. It isn't fully clear in what context the money left for you materialized, and your post straddles a number of categories - each could have different manners in...View More
Children and Youth services of Pennsylvania showed up to my house because my daughter missed the forst week of school because her father tested positive of covid 19, and we didnt want to spread the virus. Whoeever called CYS also stated that they think possible drug use is involved because of the... View More
The government is legally allowed to do anything it wants. The government has agents, it has courts, and it writes the rules. The CPS can offer drug testing several times and then clamp down by removing the kids. A failure to take a test and pass it is evidence of drug use, and drug use is...View More
I was forced to take early retirement because of my back. I am barely getting by because of her refusal to help pay for what is also in her name. She told me in writing she would help pay but now refuses to. Is there anything I can do about this? Do I have any options to make her help with the... View More
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