our son is 5 yeas old and he went back to his wife does he have rights to our son even tho he was married to her during the time our son was born?
He can file file a lawsuit to establish his paternity and parental rights.
There is also an issue of what's best for your son. If his father has been living in the household for almost your son's whole life, you have to consider whether it would be fair to the child to cut off the relationship with his father --- as the saying goes, the child's relationship with his parents doesn't end just because his parents ended their relationship.See question
I live in Arkansas and the execrator is in Missouri. Same question about my agent to carry out my cremation
A person who does not reside in the same state as the decedent can act as the executor, but they will have to appoint someone in Arkansas to act as their agent for service of process and they will also have to post a bond with the Court.See question
Mu divorce is already final but now I want to modify some property
You may want to consult with an attorney about what you are wanting to do. While child custody and child support are often modified by the courts upon a showing of a material change of circumstances, it is much less often that you can modify the court's orders regarding the division of property. That means you will need someone that can advise you not only whether what you are trying to do is feasible, but if it is then you will likely need help in preparing your case in such a way as to show the Court that it can (and should) make the modification you are wanting.See question
Contacted that I was due a $300.00 refund. instead got took for $1400.00 plus no refund. On my bank statements (Windows refund Indi) . The person doing this had me go to my bank account and watch as he deposited $300.00 instead he deposited $1794....
It appears you fell victim to a scam. Contact your local law enforcement so that they may conduct an investigation and press criminal charges. I would also suggest that you contact the Consumer Protection Division of Attorney General Rutledge's office.See question
My brother is a drug addict. He has been clean for 3 weeks. But he can not raise his child. He has full custody of him, but is unemployed and facing felony charges of theft from his last employer. I have tried my best to help him, but he keeps scr...
If your nephew is currently safe in your care with the consent of the parents, I would not advise getting DHS involved.
Instead, I would suggest that you file a petition in the Circuit Court to be appointed your nephew's guardian. Preferably your brother and the child's mother will consent to the guardianship, but if not you will need to have them served with notice of the proposed guardianship.
You will need to be able to prove to the court that a guardian is needed over the objection of a natural parent, and that it would be in your nephew's best interests for you to be appointed as guardian.See question
In 2011, I fell approx. 25 ft from a second story balcony at Ft. Chaffee. There were NO guard rails, safety chains, working lights on the outside of the building or even stairs! Straight down to the ground! The doors were clearly marked "EXIT" wit...
It is unlikely that you would be able to successfully sue the Army/National Guard due to sovereign immunity. Your relief from the military is your pension or VA disability. If you are unable to engage in gainful employment, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (the guidelines are different, so just because you are disabled for purposes of the military, doesn't necessarily mean you are disabled for purposes of Social Security).
If there was a civilian contractor involved, you *might* have had a claim against them for negligence, but it seems as though the statute of limitations has probably run even if that were the case. You could always discuss your case in more detail with a local personal injury attorney if you wish to be more certain.See question
I sold a car and he paid me with some cash and a check and being the trusting person I let him have the car before the check cleared but I still have the title to the car . Well he stopped pmt on the check now I can't get him to answer the phone w...
You can bring a civil suit against him to recover the money, or you can speak to your local prosecuting attorney about having him charged under the Hot Check Law. The prosecutor will usually include restitution in any plea agreement or part of the sentence if he is convicted.See question
in 2012 I was in jail my daughters grandma came with the lawyers saying I need to sign the papers papers for temporary guardianship so she can get her enrolled in school and medical attention they later went to court without me bottom line her gra...
The first thing you will need to do is go to the court clerk and get a copy of the order appointing Grandma guardian of your daughter. You will need to review the order to see if it provided you with any visitation. It would be a good idea to also check to see what grounds the guardianship was granted (i.e., whether there was a finding of parental unfitness or not).
If you were granted visitation, then you can enforce that through the Court through a contempt citation. If not, you will need to petition the Court to modify its order to provide for visitation.
You can also consider whether or not you wish to ask the Court to terminate the guardianship so you can get your daughter bac.See question
and the No Dealership can get the part to fix it, what are my options, I have four children and need realiable transportation
The Lemon Law does not apply to used vehicles, and based on the age of the vehicle it is very likely that it is out of its warranty period.
That leaves you with whatever warranty you received when you purchased it. There may be some implied warranties, though you need to review all of the documents associated with the sale. If you bought through a dealer, most will either have a very specific warranty or an "as is" clause basically stating that you purchase it with all its faults (there are a *few* instances regarding safety issues that can be exempted, but you are getting into a very fact specific area).See question