.. sacred position, took advantage of my severe history of trauma, and violated my trust, destroyed my faith, gave me COVID from some missionaries that visited 2 months ago, and worst of all, when my phone broke and I needed a new one, he gave me his old one (after he thought he deleted most... Read more »
Your pastor may have committed a crime, which would be handled through law enforcement and the District Attorney. You should call your local police department or Sheriff's Office to discuss that aspect further. However, I recommend that you speak with an attorney who handles personal injury...Read more »
Due to losing his job and unable to find work Due to COVID. The chapter 13 included $15,000 in irs debt and we were told everything in the chapter 13 would be included in the chapter 7, we even have emails from the attorneys legal assistant indicating they were included and the judge signed off... Read more »
The answer is “probably”. Fair Use I s determined on a case by case basis but parody is one of the acceptable forms of fair use. A parody is determined if a new work is providing commentary specifically on the Original work. In this case, you’d be making the statement, “don’t be a grouch,...Read more »
My wife's ex husband has split custody with my wife and I, 7/7, and our residence is their primary. My wife's ex husband has allowed the children to sleep over at friends' houses, taken them to public places and exposed them to unnecessary risk that we (as a group) had previously... Read more »
Your custody attorney can file for ex Parte. However, the 1st circuit has already decided they will not interfere with joint or shared custody if one parent has a front line job. Their reception to risky behavior may be similar. Additionally for family law cases, the 21st JDC has already...Read more »
The registration could be in the lien holder's name. In other words, you buy the truck from a dealer with a loan to Chevy Motor Credit. The title is NOT in your name; is in the name of the lien holder until you pay off the lien. Your truck is seized, you don't pay the lien, the police...Read more »
I know with the virus everything is crazy but my child is 18 and officially done with high school and has moved out of his mothers house. The mother claims that she is taking me back to court for more money and for me to have to pay for his college. How is this legal and how can I get my obligation... Read more »
"Done with high school", does not mean he has graduated. If he is still studying online to graduate, you are still liable for child support until he graduates, but no later than his 19th birthday. if there is a garnishment or if there are younger siblings, you will need a lawyer to end...Read more »
I think common sense will dictate the answer to this question. The pandemic alone doesn't justify denying visitation in my opinion. However, the individual circumstances of each case will probably dictate whether the child would be potentially exposed by allowing visitation. As an example,...Read more »
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