For negligibly providing me unsafe vehicles
In theory and under the right circumstances you could sue them. However, there is likely an arbitration clause in the contract you signed so your claim may have to be arbitrated, instead.
You would have to discuss the facts of your case with an attorney and the attorney would have to review your contract in order to provide you with an opinion.See question
My wife, Andrea confessed to seeing someone else and asked me to pack up and move my stuff one day after breaking this news to me. We have a 9 year old daughter. We have been married for 20 years. I told my wife I was not comfortable moving out ...
She can't get a restraining order unless she asserts that she is in fear of you. You need to speak to an attorney right away so that the attorney can assess the situation and advise you accordingly. In the meantime, make sure you do not put yourself in a situation where she can make untrue allegations about you to the police and the court.
Please feel free to contact me or any other family court attorney on Avvo directly to discuss your case. You should do this as soon as possible.See question
I experienced psychotic behavior. I got tattoos which I dislike. I was talking to baby dolls and holding them. I caused irreparable damage to my adult children and my husband. Now that I am off I'm back to normal but I never expected a medication ...
I'm very sorry this happened to you. Unfortunately, you are not alone. Similar things have happened to other people. Please feel free to contact me or any other personal injury/malpractice attorney here on Avvo to discuss your situation in a confidential setting.See question
Its going on 2 months now and my daughter mother refuses to let me speak to my daughter or see her i call everyday and she never answers she recently moved from RI to Connecticut without me having knowledge. This is not the first time she has kep...
If your daughter lived here for at least 6 months prior to being taken to CT, jurisdiction over her is in RI. You need to file a petition in RI ASAP before she has lived in CT for 6 months so that jurisdiction doesn't move there.
Contact me or one of the other RI family court attorneys here on Avvo directly. Any one of us would be happy to discuss your situation with you.See question
Would like to move to Texas with my sister, i have joint custody but my child is physically placed with me, my son's father didn't even let me talk about it when i tried telling him about the move.I'm not sure what i should do or what i would need...
If there's already an order for custody, placement, etc., then you must file a motion with the Family Court in order to make any kind of change. Even if there is currently no order, it's always best to file a motion before you try to move the child.
My suggestion is to contact me or any of the other Family Court attorneys here on Avvo to discuss this in a confidential manner.See question
Our daughter is 18 and still in high school, but will be going away to college this fall. She owns a car and has her own car insurance. We still claim her as a dependent on our taxes. Are we liable for any of her actions so we can be sued if she...
If she owns the car and was driving it at the time of the accident, it is difficult to think of a plausible scenario whereby you could be found liable for the damages. Of course, if the injured party does make a claim against you it will be necessary to inform your insurance company and consult with an attorney.See question
My current wife has graciously helped me by covering my son on her health insurance and we agreed to cover him in court. The past 6 years my ex lost custody of my son and we had him full physical placement with her having visitation on weekends. R...
You need to discuss these concerns with your attorney. Certainly you can argue that the medical treatments aren't reasonable if they aren't and as a parent you should be entitled to see the medical records. I don't know how old your son is or why you haven't seen him, but not seeing him for five months is too long. Discuss this with your attorney and make sure you understand what the game plan is. Unfortunately, these things drag on.See question
I am the custodial parent. I also have sole custody of our 4 year old. Visits are supervised by myself. This has been going on since our child has been 18 months old. Recently the non custodial parent. Has been working under the table. And did ge...
A non custodial parent (NC Parent) who has supervised visitation will get unsupervised visitation when they can demonstrate to the court that the reason the court required supervised visitation is no longer an issue and there are no other reasons visitation should be supervised.
If you are concerned that the NC Parent is working under the table and you want to present that to the court, you would certainly need some proof. The texts you received by mistake would help, but some direct evidence would be better. Attorneys will often hire private investigators in these circumstances, but that can be quite costly.See question
My son is 6 and he has not had any contact with him since he was 1. He doesn't pay child support and he was also very abusive. He put my son and i at risk on more than one occasion. Shouldn't i be able to relinquish his rights on my own???
You may change your son's last name by petitioning for a name change in probate court. However, the only way you can terminate his parental rights is through a termination and adoption process whereby you and a new spouse, or you and one of the child's grandparents petition the court to terminate his rights and allow the new spouse or grandparent to adopt the child in his place.
Certainly, you should obtain an order granting you sole custody if you don't already have one so you won't need his permission to travel with the child, etc.See question
Ex husband is verbally abusive and a closet alcoholic. His new girlfriend is a supposedly recovering alcoholic and heroin addict. She has 3 older children 15, 17 and 22. My girls are 5 and 8. Her oldest daughter is a heroine addict. My ex has no...
It is difficult to control the behavior of an ex spouse after a divorce. However, if you can prove to the court that the parties in question are a danger to your children, a court would certainly order that your spouse not allow those parties to be in the presence of your children. The difficulty is in proving the danger.See question