Get the house in your name and get the car out of your name. Keep your own insurance. Same thing with bank accounts. Do not co-mingle your funds. Even then they can try to make claim against your insurance. Also get an umbrella policy and maximize your car insurance coverage (his too).
Then keep talking to him about AA and getting sober. You need to get into therapy also to deal with the issues alcohol introduces into a relationship.
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Though that is the usage commonly. Legally no. They only have an affinity at common law.
Assume "A" and "B" are Brother and Sister and both are married. The "A"'s wife, is a sister in law to the "B", and "A" is a brother in law to "B"'s husband, but "A"s wife and "B"s husband are not related and only have a legal affinity between each other. Barring a law to the contrary, there is thus no legal relationship.
Yes you can sue and it is a growing area of personal injury law. With over 100 bites you should have little problem finding a lawyer who might be interested. Get all your documentation together, take pictures of the bites and have her seen by her pediatrician right away.
Are motions for reconsideration ever granted? They are granted. Such a grant is not often but not rare either.
And how would they be granted? One makes a motion to the court alleging the facts that were either not considered or unknown. The Court reads both sides points on the issue and issues a decision
New infornation that was not available at hearing? This would be one way you might approach the issue. As the other attorney suggests, there are usually othrers. Some jurisdictions also...
Based on your question I assume you either are representing yourself or you do not trust you lawyer. The first suggestion is you either get a good lawyer or you get one you trust. If you have a lawyer, he should know how to get a supervisor to look at the file. Further he will investigate the claims and advise you as to trial and suppression issues. THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO, IS GET A LAWYER OF YOUR OWN. ONE YOU TRUST.
Escorting is not illegal. Selling sex for money is prostitution. That is illegal. Pay your taxes, do not bring your business home and keep your face off of the new website. (Use stock models) That will reduce the chances of your being set up. Sticking to regulars should reduce that possibility as well.
As for the custody case, neither of these people will be able to keep you from having custody of your children. It is not their business who you keep company with, unless you're bring it home....
After 25 years of being involved with representing people, I have learned that there are two sides to every story. Nevertheless, to answer your question:
1. Have Dad and Mom execute a letter to the lawyer sent certified and tell him to stop working on the file immediately. Then tell him a new lawyer will be taking over the file. Then go get a new lawyer.
IF everything you said is true, you might be able to file a grievence against him. YOu could have both mom and dad give you a limited...
Leaving a youngster under 10 alone for any amount of time could be considered neglect. The reasonable idea is that a Middle school age child (11-13) should be able to stay alone for an hour to two hours. High schoolers can be left alone for four to six hours and after 16 should be able to stay alone over night. These are just however rule of thumb. If a child has attained an age level without also attaining the maturity necessary to stay alone, then it would be neglectful to leave that child...
If the Cells Laptop and cash was in plain view and taken pursuant to the arrest, and if the cash is part of the proceeds of a crime, then they can take it.
]As for speaking to the press, they have a right to do that unless they so prejudice your case in what they say that you can seek a change in venue. Your lawyer will look into that for you.
As far as needing an arrest warrant, that may be an action that you can bring a suit on but there are exceptions to arrest warrant rules and...