Need more information to give you an accurate answer. On the surface, there seems to be missing information. I agree with my colleague, there is probably nobody here who could advise you. Have you called the attorney who is representing both clients? I would start there. Next, you can always raise your concern to the local state bar if you feel there are some ethics violations.
It's difficult to give you an accurate answers without more information. If there is no restraining order and your name is on the lease, then you have the legal right to enter and retrieve your property. I would recommend using Avvo or Google to look up some family law attorneys in your area. Give a few a call and fully explain your situation. Most will offer a free case evaluation. Good luck.
Completely agree with the answers of my colleagues. Public defenders are designed to assist people who are unable to afford private counsel. I would recommend using Avvo or Google to look up and call a few criminal defense lawyers in his area and fully explain your situation. it is quite common for attorneys to visit a potential client while in custody. They could make financial arrangements and discuss all the details of his case.
Sorry to hear about your situation, especially for your children. Recommend using Avvo or Google to look up and call a few local bankruptcy attorneys and fully explain your situation. Most will offer you a free case evaluation. Good luck.
Yes, absolutely you need to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney. While it will be very difficult to explain or get around the failed drug test.......an attorney can present arguments on your behalf that you be given a chance to complete your therapy. Recommend you call a few local criminal lawyers and fully explain your situation. Most will offer a free case review. Good luck.
Agree with my colleagues. Much would depend on your abilities and experience. You would need to find a law firm willing to train you as a legal assistant. You could also look up some local paralegal schools to attend to improve your resume. Good luck.
Sorry to hear you are going through a difficult time. This is much more of a family law issue than a federal crime. Based on your description, it's sounds like Comcast may have made a mistake by not obtaining your permission to be removed from the account, but I'm not sure of their policy. His name was on the account, which gives him legal access. Unless there is more information, I don't really see a criminal offense at this point. Your concern that he MIGHT create fake emails is warranted,...
Agree with my colleagues. You will need to file a request with the court for modification of child support. Recommend using Avvo or Google to look up and call a few local family law attorneys and explain your situation. Most will offer you a free case evaluation.
My colleague is correct. You cannot legally force him out. If you are truly ready to make a change in your life, then use Avvo or Google to look up a family law attorney in your area. Give them a call and fully explain your situation. Most will offer a free case evaluation. Good luck.