Situation is one girl has a warrent no bond. The other is out on bond but no warrant yet. Both have left the state. If the bail bondsman catches the one with bond will he return the one with the warrent as a courtesy to the state.
Generally, people with warrants are picked up by local law enforcement and then they have to go through a possible extradition process unless they waive it before they are returned to the state where the court proceedings are taking place.See question
Continued from question: taken from me. Also do you guys know of any lawyers that would have a payment plan? My other concern is my 16 years old son being around people using drugs, and it is possible that my husband is doing drugs. He is c...
There are plenty of knowledgeable and respected family law attorneys in the Elkhart area that will at least talk to you to see if they can work with your financial arrangements and possible payment plans.See question
My ex husband has never paid child support and I have never asked the court because I never really knew where he lived at, the past few months my daughter has been talking to her grandparents and uncle and aunts. Him and my daughter don't speak bu...
As my colleague stated, you can contact the child support office in Elkhart County to see if they can help you pursue this.
In my previous experience as a Child Support Prosecutor there were many cases where support orders where established into the child's teenage years. Now if you are looking to get a retroactive child support order, that could be a bit harder and would require a closer examination of the cats of this case to see what sort of argument could be made to convince the court that it should do this (the court is only required to go back to the date when a petition was filed seeking to establish paternity).See question
We had a babysitter for 6 years and my son reported she was abusing him. We reported it to cps and now she is taking us to small claims court for breaking the contract. Cps did a poor job and stated they couldn't prove he was abused. They didn't t...
If you truly had a contract for her services and she is suing you for breaching the contract then you should at the very least consult with an attorney before your small claims hearing. At least with it being a small claims case there are strict limits on how much can be awarded in a lawsuit.See question
My ex-wife also filed for bankruptcy a month before the divorce was finalized. I repeatedly asked her not to as it will affect the joint credit card accounts and other bills. We both have two kids age 19 and 13. She also is employed by a privat...
No, she is not required to change her name. She has the option to be "restored" to her unmarried name at the time of the final divorce resolution, but that is generally her call. For many reasons people do not change their name after a divorce.See question
I am currently facing criminal charges in the state of Indiana and I have a public defender. I don't feel like he is giving me the best criminal defense, mostly because he refuses to talk to me himself outside of court dates. There is really no c...
Changing your court appointed attorney is generally harder than changing an attorney that you have hired privately. To do this, you will typically need the court that appointed him or her to make the change.
Also, it has been my experience as both a private attorney and a public defender that sometimes as attorneys we may think that a case we have is not complex at all and should resolve quickley, but we may struggle to convey that message to the client.
I would agree with my colleague and contact the attorney first to let him or her know that you feel that they are not communicating effectively with you.See question
My son lives with me
If you have a court order saying you have custody of the child, then you can go to the Court that issued that order and ask the court to issue you an order forcing the return of your child. You can also contact the police and present them with a copy of the court order showing that you have custody and they can assist in having the child returned to your care.
If you do not have a court order, then you will need to seek to have custody established through a divorce or paternity case, which is more complicated than seeking an answer through a forum such as this.See question
Children still haven't attended what do we do
Your question does not really give enough detail to know what you are trying to ask. My guess is that you are supposed to have supervised visits, but are not getting them because no one has brought the children. If there is a court order for that to happen, you can use the Court's contempt powers to seek enforcement of that particular order.See question
My ex has never held a job. I supported our son for years by myself. He got over a million in inheredence so he's definitely not going to work now. He hardly sees his son now because we agreed for him to pay off his support in a one lump sum till ...
Yes, inheritance money can count as income in determining child support. It is specifically defined in the Indiana Child Support Guidelines as income. How it is calculated and used as income for purposes of calculating a child support worksheet is a different story and can become a complicated issue. That being said, I would advise you to discuss this with an attorney because discovery (obtaining documents from him or 3rd parties) will need to be completed so that a true an accurate picture can be put together for the Court to determine an appropriate amount of support based upon his new found wealth.See question
My husband was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. His lawyer tried to suppress instead of making a deal because it was an unlawful search. Court denied it and he was charged with a felony. Sentence is house arrest with work release...
Typically, with a community corrections sentence in Indiana a violation can result in either the community corrections order is revoked and he will be serving his time in the Department of Corrections (or a county jail, depending on the length of the sentence) or the community corrections agency can be willing to take him back into the program and the Court may or may not go along with this.
You indicated he had a failed drug test after sentencing and that community corrections had found paraphernalia around the residence so it could be one of those issues. However, he needs to show up for both court dates as my colleague had mentioned in her answer. Even if he does not need to be there because they gave him the wrong date, it is much better to have a wasted trip to the courthouse than a warrant out for his arrest.
He should begin speaking to an attorney as soon as possible. If he had a public defender for his initial case then he should ask the Court if one can be appointed for him again.See question