Contact a family lawyer. If you know where he is it may be possible to serve him by mail. If however you don't know then you have to go through Brazillian procedures for service of process. Suggest you start by contacting a family law attorney.
I live in Pennsylvania and I’m wanting to get my learners permit, I’m 18 by the way. I’ve searched on the internet dozens of times for an answer to this question, but haven't found anything that relates to what I’m asking. So can you drive alone without supervision from anyone with a PA... Read more »
It's called a learners permit not a license and that means that you must have someone over 21 who has a current license sit in the front passenger seat at all times while you are driving (over 18 if they are a spouse or--makes no sense--a parent.)
I am going to restate this slightly to make sure I am reading this correctly. It appears that Decedent had a biological child that was then legally adopted by separate parent(s). Under PA law it is clear that the Child will inherit from the adoptive parent(s) but will NOT inherit (under intestacy...Read more »
The plans by Civil Engineer and Architect have not been approved by the city as they do not meet codes. I have paid them in full and they are not making any attempts to rectify the issue. I would like to get back the fees I have paid and compensation for my wasted time. What practice area lawyer... Read more »
Addressed to the court before sentencing. Lastly, are there any motions or reliefs that can be presented to a judge other then the trial judge, such as motions for mandamus and prohibition, that also address Constitutional violations. I realize circumstance are rare that require those motions, but... Read more »
When you take your broken car to a mechanic, your end goal is to get it fixed. Exactly how that happens might be interesting, but it's not your biggest concern. You want it fixed, period. Hiring a lawyer is similar.
It sounds like you're getting bogged down in the finer...Read more »
Scheduled but scheduled for after my probation end date. Went to trial was placed on another 12 months probation. I think is ridiculous completed my classes. Still on probation 2 months left. Never have been drug the entire time. I was assaulted 2 week's by my boyfriend had to go to ER for... Read more »
Hard for anyone to answer the fairness question. Who knows, maybe? To the rest of it if you left them a bunch of messages you should be fine. You may want to consult with a local attorney. It is unusual they would supervise you in a different county for exactly this reason. Talk with an...Read more »
I was elected to the HOA Exec Board of a condo apartment building a year ago. In that time, other residents/owners in the building have requested to attend Board meetings, but other members of the Exec Board are refusing them admittance. Since they pay HOA fees and assessments when billed, it... Read more »
Take your case back to court and hope that you can successfully demonstrate that your efforts to find employment have been serious and persistent. Or you can obtain employment outside of your field and also show the court that you couldn't obtain work in the field you used to be employed in, but at...Read more »
This week I tried to dig up some of the drain which never worked to see if I could fix it. I found out that about 30 ft only had gravel and no drain pipe installed (right in the problem area) Do I have any recourse?
we already have a lawyer and there are other charges as well from a domestic, i am the victim in the domestic but i am not pressing charges, so hopefully they will get dropped, this is also my partner. the thing that worries me the most is the other charge, i do not want to see him go to state... Read more »
You posted your question under workers' compensation. Were you injured at your former employer before the restructuring? If so, I would suggest that you contact a local workers' compensation attorney as soon as possible.
It appear that at the time of the events that have rise to the conviction you did not be have a medical marijuana card. Accordingly, the act of possessing marijuana at that time was in violation of the law so the conviction will stand. The law looks at the particulars of the events at the time they...Read more »
Quitting a job without good cause does not usually work in favor of that person. The trick will be for the dad to demonstrate that she quit without good cause. He should consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine what his strategy should be.
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