Divorced in Minnesota, 50/50 physical, joint legal. I moved to Utah. Kids stayed with dad. They are now 8 and 9. My son moved here a year ago and daughter a month ago. They were not stable in Minnesota as their dad is having issues. He agreed to m...
If your original court order was in Minnesita and one parent still resides there, that is where you would file your motion for a change of custody and for child support. You would be wise to consult with an attorney on this matter.See question
I was a cashier at target & someone I knew came to my lane. I knew they l were going threw tough times & I voided some items off an order & let them take it. Target hr called me in and told me I had to pay for what I gave to them & they wouldn't p...
You should retain counsel.
As you may know, a misdemeanor theft can be very serious. It is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. However, the collateral consequences of a conviction are extremely significant and, arguably, more severe than the criminal penalties themselves. As a result, it is extemely important to protect your public and criminal record.
First, if convicted of a theft offense, employers who require a background check may not hire you. That is particularly true if you work closely with money or in a retail capacity.
Second, many landlords now perform background checks for applicants and, if you decide to rent, you may be denied an apartment with a criminal record that affects the tenancy.
Third, a conviction may result in licensing problems for certain occupations or interfere with acceptance into some schools of higher learning.
Often, the best defense is a good offense. Often, with skilled legal representation jail time and even convictions can be avoided. That is particularly true if you have no prior record.
Wife left lives with another man. And keeps threating it's her house and she can move back anytime she wants. Can she? Also she hasn't made any property taxes for this house or payment s for the mortgage or utilities. The mortgage company says t...
Unless there is a court order to the contrary, she may move back in at any time.See question
The child is no longer in the mother's custody and is now in her mother's custody. They moved to Washington without saying anything now I have no clue where my son is. What can I do?
The answer depends on the status of your matter. Do you have a court order for parenting time? If so, you may file a motion seeking the immediate return of the children to the State and, perhaps, for a change of custody. You must consult in person with an attorney.See question
They have suspicion of sexual contact from a male in my house. My daughter is only 3 and agrees with everything.
I am not sure that I understand what you are asking. You would have to consult, in person with an attorney. However, if you are required to provide a urine sample for testing, for some reason, it does have to be observed to ensure that the sample is not tainted. That would be usual procedure.See question
My x has hired an attorney (different than the one he used during divorce ) threatening to take action against me for a debt that was disclosed prior. He was aware of all the student loans he co signed for our son , but now says he finds one of th...
He can certainly file a Motion to reopen. However, that does not mean it will be successful. To prevail he must demonstrate that there was "fraud on the court" and that he is likely to achieve a different result if that were not the case. Generally speaking, it is a fairly difficult task to reopen a decree that is more than one year old. You should consult with an experienced lawyer.See question
My husband and i have been separated for 5 yrs and i want to file for divorce. i need to know what is needed, the cost and about how long does the process take.
A divorce takes as long as the parties ability to agree on the issues. the fact is that 80% of all divorce cases are resolved by agreement. That agreement may be brokered between the parties themselves or p as part of an ALternate Dispute Resolution Process which may include: (1) Mediation;(2) Early Neutral Evaluations; or other similar methods. How to present your position effectively is the key to a palatable resolution. AS a result, you must consult with an experienced attorney and you can find many on this web site for a free consultations.See question
I had false charges filed against me by a local police department. The charges were dismissed and then expunged. I just learned that someone has exposed this court file without a court order as well as provided false information about the file. Wh...
An expungement only seals records held by the judicial and executive bodies that are government by the expungement order. There is no recourse against a private party unless the information is inaccurate, in which case, a defamation action may be possible.See question
I have been raising my "son" sine he was in 4th grade. His dad just died and I have had him as physical custody from delegation of parental rights since summer. I have a crim sex conviction from dating a minor on my record. My son wants to stay wi...
Custody decisions are made based on a Best Interests of teh Child standard. As a result, you can receive custody so long as a court decides it is in the child's best interests. Certainly, your past criminal record may come into play, but the critical issue is how it may affect your parenting. You must retain a lawyer.See question
Since Spring Lake Park, MN is divided into two counties, and I am being charged yet again in Anoka County District court for calling about my daughter too many times to someone holding her in Spring Lake Park, Ramsey County, and I live in another ...
The answer depends on what offense is being charged. You may certainly be charged where the offense occurred and, if the offense is related to the call, then it may be charged where the call was received.See question