It would be best if could reach an agreement with the ex. If you do, you should document the agreement and file it with the court for court approval. Absent agreement, I would file a petition with the court and request the modification based on the change of circumstances. There are likely other changes that need be made based on the change in circumstances (ie. parenting schedule, child support, possibly health insurance coverage, etc.). The request to change the exemption would be...
Against a private party you may be able to sue for libel. However, you stated you were accused of a serious crime. If you have thoughts of suing the police prosecutor or judge they have immunity as long as they acted in good faith and you would not likely succeed.
You should speak with a local attorney. This is likely a misdemeanor and could effect your ability to get into a good school. A free consultation should help you decide. The attorneys fees could be small in comparison to the lost opportunities you may experience.
It sounds as though you were reducing the license suspension from 9 months down to 3 months based upon your early enrollment in the alcohol information program. Yes dmv will honor the reduction but that doesn't mean you automatically get your license back. You need to complete the program and comply with any aftercare recommendations. If you are slow in your compliance, it could take longer than the 3 months.
You should speak with an attorney immediately. The dollar value is also important to determine if it would be a misdemeanor or felony. You could have theft by deception or a variation of a theft charge. It could be up to a year in jail for a class a misdemeanor. More, if it was a felony.
the court is likely to order that you each receive one car. You could attempt to refinance the vehicle with a cosigner possible your parents. however, you could also request the court to not require a refinance so long as the car loan remains current.
You really need tok speak with an attorney about your circumstances. Often times a statement is used as a confession. I would not call the police without the benefit of speaking with an attorney who can help you make the right choices.
I would pursue the capias. You have come this far. Having the sheriff pursue him is the last step. If you did not pursue it would be comparable to playing a football game getting to the one yard line then giving up. Having the person sit in jail will certainly get their attention.
To qualify for a divorce in nh you would need to be here for one year. In order to obtain custody/ support orders you would normally need to be in nh for more than six months. Under two statutes, the uccjea and pkpa, if your husband files within the first six months in florida you would have a hearing in florida to determine whether the children need to be returned to Florida. You should really call to discuss further and whether you have any circumstances that would qualify you for a...