My sons father has not been involved in his life since he was born. My son is now 7 years old. I've always left the door open for him to see him. He just hasn't. Now all of a sudden he wants to meet him and see him. I have created a parent plan co...
Reunification plans are often made with the assistance of counselors. You will know instinctively how to begin on a limited basis and then the trust may grow.See question
license is suspended for unpaid fines.
Retain an attorney to help you resolve the warrant. To be safe, pay the fines by mail or on the internet.See question
Do private attorneys typically get better results than public defenders? Why is it a better option to pay for a lawyer? Do private attorneys get better plea bargins? If so why do they seem to do better? And does the Attorneys reputation usually ho...
Each Attorney has different, style, and success rates depending on the facts and posture of each case. I am not familiar with any studies on the subject and they would be hard pressed to normalize the results. Public defenders are attorneys who are generally well experienced and most familiar with the court they work in. Private attorneys are also often fluent in the courtroom procedure and strategies they use. Given the same case, a private attorney may have more time to research and develop their arguments. The attorney working for the public defender may have more experience with similar cases depending on the nature of the charges. it is important to choose an attorney you feel comfortable working with if you are fortunate enough to have the money to retain private counsel. If you are working with a public defender, do your best to cooperate with them to help them prepare and understand that many of them have a very intense caseload. We have exceptional attorneys working for the public defender and in private practice.See question
The airport has purchased all the houses behind me and on the side of me to move the main rd that I live off of right behind my house. Can I sue the airport to also purchase my house. The FAA said that they will not give the airport the money fo...
No one can force you to stay and you are free to put the house on the market and sell it to anyone who will buy it.
As far as forcing the airport to buy it from you, that may be much more complicated. Meet with an attorney to assess your particular situation and rights.
There are no assets to be probated in court (all accounts held jointly with a child) and the executor was named under RI Voluntary Informal Executor procedures pursuant to R.I.G.L. 33-24.2. The grandmother's will was modified to eliminate the per...
Consulting with a lawyer soonest is the best course of action.See question
. I had a arrest over fifteen years ago and was given a fine and five years provation.. My lawyer at the time told me I would be able to have this expundged from my record. I looking in to housing in Florida and need to have this removed . I live...
The Public Defender offers this helpful primer.See question
I have been paying my landlord weekly rent (plus additional funds to pay off other fees) for over a year. I am not yet even a week late but he is saying that I am over 15 days in arears and wants not only a months rent in advance but all of the re...
For future reference, verbal agreements are best reduced to writing. Consider retaining your own attorney to assist you in presenting your evidence, properly answering the case, and preserving your defenses.See question
I work for a company that does maintenance at supermarkets and I work a 14 hour shift in Sunday's and they do not pay me time an a half in Sunday's.
Sure, they will appreciate hearing from you. You may end up needing an attorney to represent you should this result in retaliatory termination. On the other hand, if you are an independent contractor and not an employee, the results may be different. Good luck.See question
What do you do if lawsuit is filed in your former state of residence? It is just a suit as they obviously cannot serve, no longer living there. This suit was filed in RI but living in FL and it is for a an old credit card debt.
We are seeing a lot of questions like this. It is not intuitively obvious, lenders have the right to collect their debts. If you have many debts that you cannot afford to pay, consider meeting with an attorney specializing in Bankruptcy.See question
I am leaving my current job but my union might be granted a new contract with retro pay. Am i entitled to that pay because I worked these past 4 months while they have been negotiating the new contract
If you are leaving your current job but staying in the same union, you may well be entitled to the benefits negotiated in the new contract. Speak with your union representative and if that does not clarify your rights, consider consulting with an employment law specialist.See question