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Parents will not give me legal guardianship, but say they have been told by a lawyer that they can sign a paper giving full medical permission ( for surgery,anesthisia,etc.) anything medical to me instead. Is this true? Right now I have to have...
Yes, agree w/ Anna. Please consult an attorney for further guidance.
More generally, as it pertains to visitation and not merely power of attorney, below please find some info that New Hampshire grandparents have found helpful in the past in re: finding a way to ensure they are playing an active role (with visitation) in their grandchildren's livesSee question
My biological father was ordered to pay $50 amonth in child support for my brother and I since 1994. He has never paid and by the time each of turned 18 my mother had received two checks from the state for $4.18. My biological father was in and ...
You'll want to consult with a local alimony/divorce lawyer to lay out your options and discuss the best course of action to pursuing any owed support.See question
I have a 6 years old son. We leave in CT. I have 50-50 custody of my son with his father. His father just moved to California yesterday and he is thinking of building a life over there and eventually take my son with him. Right now since he is ove...
You'll definitely want to consult with a trusted, local attorney. If helpful, even though it only pertains to residents in nearby New Hampshire, please see this link below for tips on how to secure sole custody (and challenges to doing so).See question
I have my legal documents already. I am just needing to file at the county clerk but no quite sure what to do from there.
Best to consult with a local attorney on your wisest course of action. Even an initial consultation can help shed insight into what makes the most sense. I drafted this response to this basic FAQ for residents of New Hampshire. You might find some of the initial info helpful. But, please rest assured, you will need to consult with a local attorney in your state for specific advice and guidance.See question
Divorce documents including final Decree, parenting plan, and uniform support order were submitted to the court 5 weeks ago. All documents were signed by both parties. Judge still has not signed the papers. I'm wondering what other NH attorney...
Yes, per the answer given above, your circumstances (the delay you're experiencing) is not uncommon.See question
NH Law appears to allow annulment of a class a or b misdemeanor after 3 years--except "a violent crime: "If you have successfully completed your sentence and satisfied the required waiting period, you may petition for annulment of any of the c...
Agree w/ the response given.See question
my girl friend lives with me yet uses her mother's address on her state application to get state help, is that ok.
You may want to consult with a lawyer in your area to ensure you're within the parameters of the law.See question
My daughters father is allowed supervised parenting time with my parents twice a week. Starting October 1st he will be allowed to have them with his mother at her house. I however do not agree with that. About two to three weeks ago he got arreste...
It's critical to consult with an attorney to discuss your concerns and best course of action.See question
N.H. does not require support of 18 year old student. Ma. does. We changed some orders in N.H. when my daughter went to live with her dad for a year in Ohio. She has been living back in N.H. for the last 3 years. My daughter is a college student a...
Yes, Massachusetts. Either way, definitely advised to consult with a family law attorney.See question
Haven't lived or had contact with husband in over 35 years and would like to be legally divorced to remarry
Yes, an attorney can guide you to the outcome you seek.See question