Legal Advice for “Minor in” — 138 results
Written by attorney James Frederick, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
The "bare bones" approach There are different levels of estate planning. At the most basic level, people need to leave directives as to who will care for their children, in the event they... more
Written by attorney Susan Nattrass, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Who and in What Order Do You Trust? First, list up to 5 possible individuals or couples who would be willing to raise your children for you if you were not able to do so. You should list... more
Written by attorney Dianna Gould-Saltman, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Talk to Your Own Lawyer About Minor's Counsel If you have a lawyer let your lawyer advise you about the extent to which you should interact with minor's counsel. Some lawyers will only... more
Written by attorney Mark Iverson, over 3 years ago.
How can you become a guardian of a minor child?
A non professional guardian must take an online course prior to filing a petition for guardianship and in Spokane County must take an... more
Written by attorney Robin Huggins, over 3 years ago.
Unless a minor is under the care and custody of his parent(s), is a ward of the court, or is emancipated, that minor must have an adult designated who is responsible for them.This can be... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Morris, about 1 month ago.
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act in Title 23 U.S. Code § 158 established penalties for any state that allowed people under the age of 21 to purchase or publicly possess alcoholic... more
Written by attorney John VanDervoort, 10 months ago.
What will happen if I get a DUI and I am under 21 but over 18 and I am convicted and or lose a DMV hearing or do not have one? No DMV hearing If you donot set a DMV hearing witlhin ten... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, about 1 year ago.
Minor in Possession of Alcohol is a common offense for young people in Michigan. It has some surprising consequences, including license sanctions. However, for first time offenders, there... more
Written by attorney Marisa Nelson, over 2 years ago.
If you have minor children, you should nominate a guardian to care for them in case you are ever unable to do so. You can choose one person to both care for your child and their estate, if... more
Written by attorney Michael Bugni, almost 5 years ago.
Minor emancipation is quite rare. It can be initiated (in Juvenile Court) by parent or child. Usually it's the child who petitions, for reasons of financial independence, or, for example,... more
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