I was the respondent in a protection order. The petitioner has contacted me twice. Once in a letter and once in a text. Has she violated the protection order.
I agree with attorney Angel. If you are a defendant in a PFA, NEVER contact the Plaintiff unless it is specifically permitted in the PFA Order NEVERSee question
My husband shot at me last weekend with his gun. I filed a pfa now he is taking me to court on monday and I didnt have enough time to obtain a lawyer from court. He is trying to evict me from my home and get the pfa dropped. I dont work because I...
Most usually, if it is your first request for a continuance, the Judge will normally permit. Be sure to be ready to tell the judge the efforts you made to obtain counsel and that you are continuing to look.
You may not be successful if you previously requested a continuance in the same matter.See question
My boyfriend & his ex are still legally married. We have been together 2 years. His daughter is 2 1/2. She has a brittle bone disease & has broken 7 bones in mothers care. 2 in ours. The mother has moved her back & forth 3x in one year between 2 s...
A Custody matter involves a very in depth analysis of all the relevant factors.
You certainly raise significant issues of concern. I would suggest that your boyfriend contact a family law attorney in his area.
A Custody Order would address the issues of transportation and that medical treatment should be reviewed and approved by both parents before it beginsSee question
Me and my sons father are not together he abused me so I had to get a pfa
Any contact to a person directly or indirectly who is protected by an PFA by the person from whom she is protected, is a violation of the order and con subject the Defendant to Indirect Criminal Contempt charges. UNLESS there is a provision in the Order permitting a specific from of contact for a specific purpose, such as for Custody issues.
Even contact through a third party can be a violation.See question
he owes more than $75,000 child support hearing is by telephone at my number should i get a lawer??
If both of you have W2 full time income, it may not be necessary to have an attorney at the hearing if it is before the Domestic Relations Officer, however, there may be issues that could be raised of which you may not be aware. I would suggest that you consult with a lawyer before you determine if you will go it aloneSee question