Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If you have temporary orders in place concerning this issue you have to follow them. Your question does not give facts as to whether a divorce action has been filed as of yet. Locking one's spouse out of the house can be problematic. It is best to ask the court to lay out instructions since you two can not agree on these matters.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer There is a lot going on in your stated facts. Find an attorney in your county to assist you. Look for a family law attorney. These cases are heart wrenching. You need to file your own actions stating what you want. Good luck.
Answered on Feb 15, 2019
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer If there is no named beneficiary on a life insurance policy, the funds become property of the estate. If his will indicated "all" property both real and personal would go to a beneficiary/beneficiaries then they would be the rightful ones to the insurance. The executor should act upon discovering new estate assets. With the finding of new assets there could be a chance for you to contest a will. I suggest meeting with a probate attorney to discuss further.
When you get caught or turn yourself in, you will spend some time in county waiting for a parole revocation hearing. If you are revoked at the hearing then you'll probably be headed to prison WITHOUT ANY CREDIT for the time since the blue warrant issued, and maybe some new charges on top of that. The longer you wait to deal with it, the greater the chance you'll be revoked. Life is hard...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer I'm not 100% clear on your meaning of "can I out run parole" but if you are considering halting communication with your parole officer and simply going AWOL, I hope you reconsider. Why sabotage yourself now with only 6 months remaining?
Do you really believe they'll say, "oh well, two and a half years is close enough" and simply let it go?
Roy Lee Warren's answer SORRY FOR YOUR SITUATION. I do not always trust employers, call Texas Department of Insurance,Division of Workers Compensation (I think the main line is 512 804-400; but you can look it up online). Or you can go to the website and look it up yourself.
If the employer is truthful and they do not have wc, one of two things. They could be "self insured" meaning they still must follow wc laws. Or they could have an ERISA plan that is not wc. If that is the case ask for a copy of the policy...
Roy Lee Warren's answer My favorite answer, it depends. I am kidding, I hate saying that. But you can object the day of trial if that is when you discover a disqualifying connection. But generally it is best to file a motion in accordance with the local rules in your County that is applicable to motions for defendants. Go to the County website and check its local rules. Good luck.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer To answer your question, I would want to know how long you have been a Green Card holder. Feel free to reach out to my office, or another experienced immigration attorney, to discuss your case.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer Are you talking about bringing her to the United States? Are you a citizen? If so, that very detailed process should be discussed with an experienced immigration attorney.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You can call or go online to whatever county the order may be in and tell them you need to know if any orders have been signed regarding you and him. Ask for CERTIFIED copies if so. Start there. Good luck to you. If you need our assistance we could help with this process. I know it is hard on you not being able to see your kids. Let us know 888-343-4529 or 888-3434LAW
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer A peace officer may arrest you for ANY offense committed in his presence or within his view. There are many other situations where no arrest warrant is required. See chapter 14 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure for details.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer He should consult his criminal defense attorney. Maybe he hopes to get closer to 1 year and then move for a Speedy Trial. Or maybe there is an assumption that he will be ultimately be convicted, but that time served in jail will count toward his time in the pen but be easier time to do. Trying to force indictment by motioning for an examining trial is not always the best idea.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer It is 100 times easier to fight for your innocence BEFORE you are convicted or enter a plea agreement. Trying to undo a conviction after-the-fact is always an expensive long-shot, and it usually fails. Your son wouldn't even be on probation unless he entered a plea of guilty* or he was convicted at trial... and if it was a plea he might have waived his right to appeal.
If he has been on straight probation for more than a few weeks then it is probably too late to file a Motion for New...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Depending on the AMOUNT of grout poured into the sewer line, there might be a basis to charge him for Criminal Mischief... on the assumption that a professional contractor should know better.
Your chances of a Criminal Mischief might be better if the contractor advertises his competency with projects involving grout, concrete, and/or plumbing. The level of the offense is based on the dollar amount of damage and the prosecution must prove that amount beyond a reasonable doubt. This...
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If you’re being denied visitation rights then you have a right to file a motion for enforcement and contempt. Parties that do not comply with these orders can face jail time. We can assist. Contact us at 888-343-4529.
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