Skip to main content
Veronica R Norgaard

Veronica Norgaard’s Answers

3 total

  • Hi, I had a ticket for careless driving with no accident. I went to court, the prosecutor removed my 2 points.

    I left the court thinking that was it. Sorry but I never went to a court before. I called the court and they rescheduled me again. What should I expect now? Will I have to go all over from the begining? I signed the offer from the prosecutor. I am...

    Veronica’s Answer

    If you and the prosecutor came up with a plea agreement, this agreement still needs to be placed on the record with the judge. It is likely that they still have your signed agreement but are just giving you a court date to place it on the record. You should not have left the court until it was placed on the record the first time, but now unfortunately you will have to go back and complete the agreement. If they do not have the plea agreement on file, it is possible you will have to bargain with the prosecutor again.

    See question 
  • My rights as a custodial parent

    My ex has lived in another state for 10yrs now. He decided to seek visitation, however there's already a court order for visitation. It was issued in 1998 for every other weekend. I'm just curious to know what are my rights as custodial parent. M...

    Veronica’s Answer

    A parent always has rights to visit with a child. It is unfortunate that he has not exercised his rights that were previously court ordered but this does not take those rights away. If he has not seen the child in 10 years, it may be necessary for the visits to take place in a therapeutic setting to start to make sure the child is comfortable.

    See question 
  • My husband and i are not yet divorced but he is no longer living at home. I have asked where he is staying and he said he does

    Not need to tell me. Does he legally? We have 4 children.

    Veronica’s Answer

    He does not need to tell you where he is living unless of course your children visit with him at that residence. You have a right to know where your children are at all times.

    See question