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Daniel Pollock’s Answers

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  • Does my ex still have to pay child support if he signs his rights away?

    My ex and I have a custody agreement that states he gets the kids every other weekend; he usually does not take them. He desperately wants to get out of paying child support ($212/month), and has asked to sign his parental rights over, in order to...

    Daniel’s Answer

    You may want to pursue limiting his parental rights given his mental health. The $212/mo. looks like about the minimum the DRO would charge for a support order. Termination of Parental rights is difficult to accomplish and never to avoid child support unless there is a new parent willing to step in.

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  • What is a legal remedy to keep roofing/siding salesmen off my property?

    Our town had a big storm last summer and several homes had hail damage. Ours did not. One roofing/siding company keeps coming to our property anyway. At first they just left flyers once a week. However, for the last month they have been coming...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Post a sign no solicitation. also send the company a letter stating that they or their representatives are not welcome on your property. If after you do this they show up again you can have them cited

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  • Do I have any legal rights?

    I have lived with a married man for 20 years. He has not lived with his wife for longer than that. He pays the bills for her. He states I will get this house and she will get the other, but her name is on the deed here.

    Daniel’s Answer

    If her name is on the property you live at you had better get a copy of the deed to make certain that he can leave his share to you when he passes on. Any basically competent attorney should be able to read the deed and be able to answer this question

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  • My husband and his ex-wife divorced in 1971 but the property remains in both of their names. It included a weekend type one

    room cabin on an acre of land which has since been added on to be a rather nice home. My question is if my husband dies before me (he is 70) will I be homeless? We have been married 25 years - do I have any rights?

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    One would have to look at the property separation agreement to see if the ownership of the property is discussed. Then one would have to look at the deed to see how the property is deeded.
    Depending upon how the property is deeded, Your husband may be able to leave the property or at least his share of it to you. Seek counsel to review the above to see exactly where you stand.

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  • Can i sue for slander andmore?

    I have lost custody of my three children due to children and youth and other professional agencies making up lies about me,numerous lies and stories! This is not the first time and i have had to deal with children and youth constantly trying to ge...

    Daniel’s Answer

    First, Have your parental rights been terminated or does CYS just have custody of your children?
    Second, it is very difficult to sue a Government agency unless you can show that your rights to due process were violated
    Third, It is going to be very difficult to find out who made the reports since the reporting of Child abuse/ neglect is confidential and privileged.
    So unless you can show that the agencies have" had it in for you and violated their procedures in removing your children from you, you will not be successful and be shelling out thousands of dollars to try to make your case. a very uphill battle.
    If you want to get your children back I suggest that you cooperate with what CYS wants you to do

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  • I live in Pa, can I get a legal separation paper written up from an attorney? Saying things like no extra debt will be

    Accumulated until all credit cards and loans are paid off, by either person besides for a ac unit and new heater so we can eventually sell the house and actually make a profit? We are both still living in the same house because neither of us can a...

    Daniel’s Answer

    A marriage separation agreement may be written up to divide the assets and responsibilities of debts accumulated during the course of the marriage. But understand that Pennsylvania does not recognize the status of " Legally Separated"

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  • Dui arrest in philadelphia pa, charge m count 001 what is this mean for a first time offense

    MY daughter was arrested for the first time in her life, for drinking and driving, but when the police came she was park, but inside the car with the car on, the cop took her out of the car, harrast her and took her to jail, she spent lest that 24...

    Daniel’s Answer

    M 001 means Misdemeanor, first count, usually with a DUI in this state they will try to get a DUI under several different counts for the same act. Also in Pennsylvania she need not necessarily be driving the car at the time she was stopped for the DUI, but rather be shown that she was " in control of the car" meaning that the fact that the car was running when the officer started to investigate your daughter may be enough along with the alcohol to convict your daughter of DUI.

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  • Can i sue my boss for giving away personal information to other co workers

    I told my boss about personal information going on in my life and he told some of my co workers without any of my permission.

    Daniel’s Answer

    Based on your facts you would probably not be successful in a suit against your employer for giving out what you consider personal information. Your behavioral issues are not covered under the confidential records provisions governing a persons personnel file. short of showing actual damage from his loose lips it really looks like you do not have a case worth pursuing

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  • What to do when children and youth fails?I have joint custody of my 11yr old son and at his fathers house he has been abused.

    it got so bad my son was trying to commit suicide I called cys and they stated he needed marks to do anything so I went to court to prove that he was abusing my child the judge granted no party should use corporate punishment of any kind, but cys...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Contact the Camp Hill Police Department if you have any evidence of your son being physically abused. Call Childline the next time you see the result of physical abuse( Number in the phone book) and get pictures of same immediately, also have your son contact his school counselor about his father's behavior toward him.

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  • What are my chances of getting sole custody? And how do I file for it? (Cannot afford an attorney)

    My custody agreement with my ex states that he gets our two children every other weekend. He has not wanted to see them in over two months. Child Support is garnished from his pay. Because he does not want to pay child support, he no longer wants ...

    Daniel’s Answer

    your chances of getting sole custody are very slim in even the "best of circumstances", and if you are going to try to do so I would find an attorney before I would even attempt it. Try contacting your county's bar association or the local legal services for help in finding competent counsel

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