My ex husband is now a registered sex offender. Currently in jail and will be for a few years. We had a daughter together, but I left and remarried. before being convicted he signed off his rights as a father to our daughter. My new husband offici...
The birth father doesn't have any rights. I have no idea what the Grandmother is talking about.
The Grandmother has some visitation rights. If necessary, when he gets out, you could ask a court to direct that she not permit any contact with the Father.
My business has taken a serious and unforeseen downturn. The situation seems impossibly bad; My cash flow has completely dried up, I can't get the projects I have contracted done because I can't get supplies and I have clients who have paid a depo...
Whether bankruptcy is appropriate or not depends on a number of factors. As noted by the prior answer, it matters whether the business is incorporated or not. Another important question is whether you intend to continue to operate the business, or are simply going to shut it down. There are types of bankruptcy (chapters) which assist businesses trying to reorganize. On the other hand, if you are shutting down and simply seeking to discharge your debts, another form of bankruptcy would be appropriate.
You should sit down with an attorney for a consultation, to review your financial situation, and come up with a plan of actionSee question
My ex boyfriend has been using social media outlets to harass me. He creates fake accounts of people I k ow and uses them to not only mess with me but also to drag that person's name through the dirt. He pretends to be lesbian. I recently relocate...
This is a difficult situation for you. I would recommend that you start by contacting Facebook: there is an option on every page to report it to Facebook. They may be able to trace who has done this.
Harassment is a crime, as is making threats, and he could be prosecuted for it. You should report this to the police, and they may be able to obtain Facebook's cooperation.
There is a limited amount that a lawyer can do for you, although a strong cease and desist letter could be sent.See question
It was clearly not my fault someone pulled out in front of me. No police were involved. Thank you doug from Pennsylvania
The lack of inspection would only matter if that were related in some way to the cause of the accident. From what you said, there was nothing wrong with your car, so that fact is irrelevant. As noted, it would be nice to have had a police report, but that may not have been required if the amount of damages is relatively smallSee question
So my wife and I married in secret unbeknownst to her family and friends, which was her idea. This was 1.5 years ago. She's now 22 and is claiming that because I am 9 years older, never married, that I had taken advantage of her naiveness to the c...
Yes, it is possible in Pennsylvania to get divorced even if the persons have not separated. Under the no-fault law, a Complaint can be filed in Court, and, after a 90 day waiting period, both spouses would have to sign an affidavit saying that the marriage is irretrievably broken, and they consent to a divorce.
The legal part of this isn't that difficult. I would encourage you to seek out some marriage counseling, as it appears that you and she are not on the same page about your marriage.See question
I was at a store and I noticed a lady following me so I asked her why she was following me and she stated that she thought I stole something and I pulled out my pockets to show her i didn't have anything and she got mad because i didn't and then t...
Merely using a cuss word is not disorderly conduct, and is protected by the first amendment. You should pled not guilty, and contest the citation in Court.See question
I was recently summoned for appearance in court. My charges are as listed: 75 3802 A1 (lead) 75 3802 B and 75 3309 1... I was involved in an accident ..no one else was involved..i blew a .133 when the officer arrived..which I had literally...
The citations you gave are for different sections of the DUI law. The first is for general impairment, meaning that you
we're under the influence, to a degree which made you incapable of safe driving. The second requires proof of your blood alcohol level. For that, they'll need the actual results.
We declared chapter 7 in Feb 2012 Since then my daughter and 2 children moved back home with us Then last year we went 1 month without a pay and ended up leaving our credit cards go Now we are being sued by one and Im not sure what to do
As noted, Chapter 13 is one possibility. You might also consider defending or settling the lawsuit. Whether this is feasible may depend on your overall financial situation.See question
My grandmother left a house to me, my mom and 2 siblings. My mother's POA is charging me rent to reside at the Property
It isn't clear what authority your mother's POA has over this house. If your grandmother has passed, and her will has been probated, there would be an executor or administrator of her estate. That person has authority to determine what happens with the house until the Estate is administered.
If your grandmother's will has not been probated, then someone needs to do this. Most wills name a person to be executor of the estate.
You can obtain some information at the Register of Wills office in the Courthouse. I would encourage you to consult an attorney to review the situation.
Do they count it as income?
Yes: They will average the amount of overtime.See question