he was arrested on 7/20/2015 for assault family violence again. he was also arrested in 2013 for another assault FV but the DA dropped it. Since this is another arrest, what is the chance of his wife pretending this didn't happen even though ...
There is no way to predict what others will do in this situation. They may charge him. If they do it could be a year before he goes to court.See question
My first pregnancy and abusive relationship began with this man when I was 16. The father also is the alleged father of a child where the mother was 13. Although this was years ago, rumors since then we're alledging abuse to other family members. ...
You cannot be forced to take a polygraphSee question
I need to move from Ohio to Texas
Contact an attorney for a consultation and have the orders reviewed. If the orders are from Ohio then please contact an attorney there for assistance.See question
I'm in the military in texas. I may have a baby in nc the mother is denying me taking a dna test because she is mad with her ex what can I do
I agree with the previous attorneys. You need to contact an attorney in North Carolina. Use this service to find a good attorney.See question
The bed WAS a gift at first, then she said it was a loan to me, my husband and her husband. And saying she will pay me back, now she turned it back into s gift, they are leaving tomorrow and I have the receipt for it. Do I have the right to call ...
The bed appears to be an unconditional gift to you. As such it is your bed.See question
In my child custody order he has no visitation, no rights, it states he is a child molester and we have a permanent injunction against any contact and it states I have the sole right to represent the kids in any legal proceeding or make any signi...
This is an usual order. A judge may require service to the child's father.See question
I have interviewed a couple of attorneys as I seek representation during my divorce. One attorney said a couple had to married for at least 10 years, another said 8. Both are very experienced family law lawyers. Which is correct?
The 10 year mark is the most common reason used to apply for maintenance. The code provides for additional circumstances.
(A) is unable to earn sufficient income to provide for the spouse's minimum reasonable needs because of an incapacitating physical or mental disability;
(B) has been married to the other spouse for 10 years or longer and lacks the ability to earn sufficient income to provide for the spouse's minimum reasonable needs; or
(C) is the custodian of a child of the marriage of any age who requires substantial care and personal supervision because of a physical or mental disability that prevents the spouse from earning sufficient income to provide for the spouse's minimum reasonable needs.See question
My ex dropped off my girls on 11/14/14 and hasn't spent but maybe 2 weeks with them until she went to pick them up early from school today. She has been collecting child support every month and refused to help me with the girls. Only contacted m...
You should have a visitaion schedule that you can enforce. She cannot decide that you will not see your children. Next, you can file to have the court modify the custody portion of the current order. You should consider meeting with local attorneys to go over all the facts so that they can offer informed advice.See question