Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You are able to have your rights terminated. Such a huge decision needs to be fully evaluated by both mother and father. Consulting with a family law attorney is the best way to get a good understanding of your rights and obligations. Best of luck. 888-343-4529.
I would not read too much into the letter from the clerk's office. It has been my experience those are routinely sent out. Also be aware that the clerk's office has been known to threaten revocation of the Defendant's driver's license if the payments are not made.
Are you sure he was arrested only for non payment of his fees? Unless the payment is for child support the state does not generally modify or revoke for nonpayment alone because new statutes...
Talk to your criminal defense attorney about requesting a continuance so you can get the money. Chances are decent that the judge is not interesting in bringing in a bunch of potential jurors only to tell them, "nevermind, the case settled."
Remember, judges are elected and jurors are potential voters.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer A parent, step parent (or someone taking that role like a guardian or babysitter) can spank a child under 18 when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is necessary to discipline the child or to safeguard or promote his welfare. An educator can spank a student when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is necessary to further the [education] or to maintain discipline in a group.
However, just because something is legal does not mean it can't be...
Roy Lee Warren's answer THANK you for an excellent question. I believe you and I would get along great. The situation of which you speak is one of the more ridiculous scenarios of SSI in my opinion. However I am sure it makes sense to those that wrote the law. SSI benefits are based on need so if the person that receives the SSI benefits improves their economic situation (for example wins the lottery) the benefits are terminated. If the person is able to save their SSI benefits (rather than spending them) even the...
Timur Akpinar's answer From a practical standpoint, many attorneys do not stop and think to delve deeply into the moral issues because they tend to be more focused on its use as a tool for handling court registry funds. Their immediate attention tends to be more on individual cases.
Roy Lee Warren's answer They absolutely cannot terminate your job for filing a wc claim. However you could lose your job if your injuries prevent you from being able to perform your job, but that would be true whether you filed a claim or not. Also once you told the supervisor about your claim (s)he must file the claim, and should not try to persuade you not to file. File your claim.
Elaine Brown's answer The answer depends on whether you have any orders relating to custody of your son. Generally, parents that are not divorced or do not have a Court ordered custody arrangement, have equal rights with regard to the children. This means that they can take control and possession of the children and can make decisions regarding the child's welfare. However, as soon as parents separate and file a suit with the Court or begin a divorce action, the Court usually steps in and determines each parent's...
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about your experience. Like any profession, there are good attorneys and bad attorneys. Without knowing the situation, I cannot promise you that I can help you, however, I am happy to review your case and let you know. I will not give you false promises. Good news or bad news, I will tell it like I see it. Feel free to call DC Law at 512-220-1800. Either way, I wish you the best of luck.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer You may have sufficient legal reasons to allow you to get out of this lease; However, you should take the lease and all related documents to a local lawyer and ask for their assistance.
Answered on Apr 15, 2019
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Although your question does not contain enough factual information to allow an online lawyer here on Justia to answer, it appears to me that you may have been bilked out of whatever amount of money you paid for this "honor."
S--if you were "directed to an attorney" when trying to find out what went wrong, you should do exactly that.
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