It is legal for a 16 year old to be with a 18 almost 19 year old in the state or Colorado. I called police station and they said yes but i want to be sure. please help
I think your question should probably be posted in the criminal law section, because what you are really asking is: is it against the law in CO for this minor to engage in intimate relations with this 18/19 year old. The answer will turn on the statute in CO.See question
I pull over, lady shows me her mirror is barely attached. Claims that I, from the next lane over, made contact with her mirror with my mirror. I didn't notice that but I suppose it's possible... She then points out a scratch on her quarter ...
If your car came in to contact with her car, there should be some sort of evidence of scratching or paint on your car that matches her car. I recommend you turn it in to your insurance company and tell her to do the same. And I also agree with the other attorneys in this post.See question
1st executor is allowed to appoint a co-executor to help as long as he is alive and they will have to go to a lawyer 1st before they can take that position. I want to delete that paragraph as whoever he appoints (his wife) it would probably cau...
Sounds like you are talking about your trust, you can make these changes to your trust, you shouldn't worry about what others are going to think or feel. I recommend you speak to your attorney who drafted this trust.See question
the mom never came to court even when I filed the temp parenting plan I haven't seen my son since I filed the motion and she changed her number as well as she isn't going to be at the contempt hearing
That answer will depend upon the judge.See question
My husband is deployed and his ex wife has a convicted fellon living with her we live in Kentucky and she lives in Illinois Kentucky is where jurisdiction is for their custody case
I don't see that you have the requisite standing to bring suit based on the facts you've presented. The divorce decree may or may not address having members of the opposite sex staying over night while the children are present. If it does address this and she is in violation of the order, then this is a contempt issue. But you will need to consult a local attorney in your area as I am not licensed in KY.See question
My mother is constantly complaining that my aunt uses her money for my aunt purposes an barely gives her enough money to live on. She lives in government housing so rent is free and she only gives her $25.00 a week to live off of and her check is ...
First of all I am not licensed in AZ, but I would recommend contacting an attorney in your state to petition the court for change of guardianship over your mother.See question
I GOT IN TO ACCIDENT AND IT WAS OTHER DRIVERS FAULT. HE TRIED TO MAKE LEFT TURN FROM 2ND LANE AND I WAS AT FIRST LEFT LANE WHICH I INTEND TO DRIVE STRAIGHT AND OTHER DRIVER HIT ME FROM MY RIGHT PASSENGER SIDE. IT WASN'T LEFT TURN LANE EITHER FIRST...
You really need to consult with a personal injury attorney in your state. Your fact pattern reflects you have not accomplished anything on your own. Most accident cases are taken on contingency fee and most consults are free. So you have nothing to lose in contacting an attorney about your case. You have everything to lose by trying to work it yourself.See question
He is suppose to pay $700 a month.
This is a contempt issue. He has not completed what the court has ordered therefore he is in contempt. She should retain an attorney in her state to assist with this contempt issue.See question
I want to stop my chld sup port if I get joint custodddy
First of all I recommend retaining an attorney in your area. However, it is not the filing that is the hard part, if this is a contested matter the hard part comes in proving up your case for joint.See question
I was 7 when Iwasfound to start having disability woes, my mother helpedmeto get on disabilty SSI when I was in my 20s. Is there a possibilty that I could be drawing off of my fathers soc. sec. since he made good money and paid alot in. My mother,...
You need to contact your local social security office, if your father is deceased and your disability began before you turned 18 you may be entitled to benefits under him.See question