Generally, if the judge revoked the probation that means that any jail time that was suspended your boyfriend will have to now serve. In addition to attending classes and performing other requirements of probation, the defendant has to pay court costs/fees as a condition of their probation. However, your boyfriend may be able to get an extension on the time to pay if he can show financial hardship. You should contact a criminal law attorney in your area.
Your question is unclear. Your question says bank won't tell you why they are unable to foreclose on your property. But then you state that they have file a Quiet Title action against you. You will probably need to take all the recorded documents relating to your property to an attorney to review and see what exactly is going on with your home.
Based on the information your provided, if you do not consent to travel outside of the US the other parent would have to seek a court order. You must be notified and have a right to attend any court hearing whereby the other parent seeks to obtain a court order permitting travel out of the country. It would be up to the court to determine whether there is a good basis to permit the other parent to travel outside of the US. If you receive notice of such hearing, you should contact an attorney...
You did not indicate what he was arrested for. There are minimum and maximum sentences for each charge. His prior record, including a number of other factors, will play a part in whether he gets the min or max sentence.
You don't have to answer her phone calls and you can block her on facebook. If she also has a child with your ex, at some point you all will need to learn to get along so that the children can have a relationship with their sibling.
As counsel pointed out, until the home is sold at a trustees sale your landlord still owns the property and you are required to pay rent. The fact that the foreclosure proceedings have been initiated does not mean the landlord will not be able to work out a resolution with the bank.
In most cases, you will have signed a retainer agreement with the attorney which may outline the circumstances in which the attorney may withdraw from the case. I would suggest you review your agreement, if any. Even still, the attorney must take certain steps to properly withdraw from your case and failure to do so gives rise to a complaint with the CA bar.
First, you will need to request that the court terminate your probation early. You will need to show that you are eligible for early termination based on the standard provided under CA law. If you have met all of the requirements of your probation (e.g. paid court costs, completed required classes, not engaged in any other criminal conduct, etc.) you may have a good chance. However, the district attorney has the right to challenge early termination depending on the specific facts of your...
I would suggest having another conversation with the father and point out to him the issues as you have done here. Because you do not have a court ordered agreement, the two of you can work together to come up with a schedule where the children are with you during the week until their grades improve or the father steps it up in terms of making sure school is a priority. If the two of you have been able to work out an agreement this far, you should try to do so without the time and expense...
You can send the 1-485 form now. Below is a link to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services website with information on where to send the various forms.