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Jason Kutulakis

Jason Kutulakis’s Answers

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  • Are there any case laws or regulations that Appellant can use to reply to the above show cause?

    Trial court found Appellee technically in contempt of a custody order but declined to impose sanctions. Appellant appealed to Appellate Court. Appellate court issued a rule to show cause to dismiss appeal contending that in a contempt matter the f...

    Jason’s Answer

    yes. You should consult with and retain an attorney.

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  • Can I draft a cease and desist letter for this activity to stop or pursue another avenue?

    My daughter's biological father signed his rights off to my Husband. His extended family (mother, brother and step-mother) continue to post old pictures on facebook of my daughter. I continue to report these photo's to facebook and I have sent he...

    Jason’s Answer

    There is no legal "sign off" of your parental rights. The only legally effective way to address this issue is with a court order. You could seek to have parental rights terminated and your husband formally adopt, or seek to have a court award you sole legal custody. You should consult with and retain an attorney.

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  • Which kind of lawyer do i need

    hired a roofer 6 months ago only worked on roof 3-4 times job worked on is poor and still alot of work to complete paid roofer $3400.00 found out through insurance company roofer submitted 1 company to me and another to insurance company havent se...

    Jason’s Answer

    It is likely that you may have both civil and criminal remedies pursuant to the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act (HICPA). You should consult with and retain an attorney.

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  • Are there any attorneys that specialize in child abuse?

    I need an attorney to represent me to regain custody of my two children. There has been abuse in the past and my ex is still causing mental injury to my children. My 8 year old son is autistic and suffers from PTSD due to the abuse.

    Jason’s Answer

    Our professional code of conduct prohibits attorneys from calling themselves experts. You should conduct online research and ask questions necessary to ensure you are confident in whomever you retain.

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  • Does the parent who does not have physical custody but shares legal custody have a right to attend doctor appointments

    the physical custody is the fathers, the mother and father share legal custody, the mother has visitation on Wednesday and every other weekend, the mother is insisting she be at all doctor appointments

    Jason’s Answer

    Legal custody is the ability and responsibility to make major decisions by parents including education and health care. Parent must set aside their differences, regardless of whether they in a relationship, to do what is best for the child(ren).

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  • What type lawyer should we consult to sue a contractor for negligence?

    The contractor placed a furring strip on one side of the house but neglected to do so in the other side while replacing a roof, resulting in significant water damage. Although he states he was insured--he took pictures and lied and told us the ins...

    Jason’s Answer

    For residential home improvement projects, contractors must first register with the Attorney General and follow the PA Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act. You can file a complaint with the A.G.'s office. HICPA also requires the contractor to maintain insurance as well. You should report your water damage to your homeowner insurance carrier, however, they may not cover poor workmanship. You should consult with and retain an attorney to review your situation.

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  • Can an uninsured contractor sue the homeowner if the contractor or his work crew are injured doing construction work on my site?

    The job scope is to pay the contractor for labor hours to build a Deck on my property. I am paying for the materials directly to a separate deck supply company. The contractor is providing construction labor only.

    Jason’s Answer

    There are not enough facts provided upon which a well reasoned response can be formulated. At the end of the day, anyone can be sued. The question you seem to ask is whether the contractor will be successful. You should consult with and retain an attorney to review your situation.

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  • How do I get a divorce if I haven't been able to find my husband?

    I want to get remarried.

    Jason’s Answer

    There are procedural rules that govern service in divorce cases . You should consult with and retain an attorney to ensure compliance with the rules.

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  • Never married. No custody order. Live in Pennsylvania. Been mentally abused too long. Can I take my children to another state?

    I was wondering if I can leave state with my children without him knowing.... he will restrain me if I try to leave.

    Jason’s Answer

    There are procedural rules that apply to relocation of a pennsylvanian with your children. There may be exceptions, and you should consult with and retain an attorney to review the specifics of your situation.

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