What does "2/21/2014 PURGED APPRX THIS DATE" mean? I was looking up a old court case of mine that had been set aside. Asked about 1 hour ago - Phoenix, AZ What does this mean I was looking up a old court case of mine that had been set ...
To purge means to clear your record from a charge. Based on the above they are taking the charge form your record. I would talk to the school or the who gives you the license to make sure that this would not prevent you from being licensed.See question
I'm 16 and pregnant and I've been living with my grandmother in a retirement home 2 years now.She can get into trouble if they find out I'm there. I'm not suppost to be living there since it is a home for the elderly. My dad has joint custody wit...
Your mother needs to seek the advice of an attorney. She can request that the court change custody and your live primarily. Here is a blog that I wrote on the topic.http://jessicacotterlaw.blogspot.com/2013/11/if-situations-change-after-you-are.html
Your mother can also request that you be interviewed by the court to be able to tell why you want to live with your mother.
I recommend that your mother consults an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
I am a mother(country india)of 5 years old child. I am going through divorce with my U.S. citizen husband.The child lives with me since from his birth in India.The divorce questionanire ask about the cost of the child.The cost is not much in dolla...
I have written a blog on how the child support is calculated in the state of Arizona. Here is the link: http://jessicacotterlaw.blogspot.com/2013/03/how-does-child-support-work-in-arizona.html
This is an unsuall situation. You need to consult with an experienced family law attorney who is also familiar the hague convention.See question
I am a stepmother to a beautiful little girl. I used to go to my husband's visitation and I grew very close to my stepdaughter, we were best friends. Now my husband got switched to supervised visitation, which we can't afford. I also recently gave...
There is step parent rights in the state of Arizona. I have written a blog on this topic. Here is the link: http://jessicacotterlaw.blogspot.com/2013/08/third-party-step-parent-rights-to-legal.html
I recommend having a consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
will the fact that my childs father has committed statuatory rape in the past even though he was not prosecuted on one and the statute of limitations has probably expired (although still verifiable) and he was brought to court on the other one ye...
Below is a blog that I have written then explains what the court looks at in deciding legal decision making ( custody)
I recommend that you consult an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
We don't have any child support set up but her father does give money here and there. I would like something set in stone. He is not in any shape to take care of a child because he is currently struggling with substance abuse. I want to make sure ...
I have written a series of blogs on this topic Please see the following link to review them. http://jessicacotterlaw.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-are-legal-issues-when-you-have.html
The average attorney's fees in Phoenix area can range from $5,000.00 to $10,00
I recommend consulting with an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
Long story short I allowed my daughter to go on vacation to see my brother and he petitioned to get guardianship of my daughter. He has no legal rights to her and i am the custodial parent. He lives in Wisconsin and I reside in Arizona.
You would need to contact an attorney in Wisconsin to find out what they require to show that you are the parent and the child resides in Arizona. I would suggest if the child has been enrolled in school you can use the school records or medical or shot records for the child's doctor. If the child is in daycare you could also use those records. If she is enrolled in access or any other state insurance plan to show that is in the state of Arizona.
I highly recommend contacting an experienced attorney in Arizona.
I would like to get a divorce as well. My husband kicked me out of our house by getting an order of protection. I'm almost homeless... Is there anyway I can reciprocate this order of protection to switch places with him? He was first person to get...
If you both have an order of protection that keeps both of you out the house then neither of you can use the home because you are both ordered not to be there without violating the order. You can gain access through the dissolution proceeding. I would recommend that you seek a consultation with an experienced family law attorney in your area to see what your legal rights are.See question
I'm not sure about a legal separation, I believe my ex will truly set his mind to divorce, and may not contribute to the finances to help complete the process. I'm all on my own with this and I want to be well informed about the differences and w...
It depends are where the 27 years was spent. In the state of Arizona there is no common law marriage. If you came from another state and you meet that state's requirements then then marriage is recognized in the state of Arizona. The averaged divorce cost in the phoenix area can range from $5,000.00 to $30,000.00 depending on the complexity of the case.
I highly recommend that you have a consultation with an experienced family law attorney in your area.See question
My husband has two sons with his ex girlfriend ages 3 and 4. She recently gave birth to another child and the father of that child has filed for sole custody citing substance abuse. CPS is investigating her and there is a monitoring system in plac...
In the state of Arizona there is no longer Custody as of January 2013. There is now legal decision making. Please see the following blog that explains the law.
Now if there is already orders in place the following two blogs explain how to change the legal decision making/ custody and parenting time.
Based on what you have said above there is a chance that he does have a chance of succeeding. I would bring your documents to an experienced family law attorney in your area to find out what you your legal rights are.See question