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My daughters father has visitation per court order and this current summer she left and was to return at the end of July. This did not happen. She text me and told me that she was 17 now and considered an adult and she could say where she wanted ...
17 is a child.
If she was supposed to be back at the end of July while just asking about it in the second half of August? Get with a family law attorney in your area immediately.See question
They were to remove breathing machine from my fathers nose to chest and the dr said he thought he had the stint inserted in the trachea ,he realized he didn't have it in,and my dads air passage wave close up and my dad was with out oxygen to long ...
You need to meet with an attorney who practices medical malpractice. No way to tell if you have a case from what is posted here. If the doctor deviated from the standard of care for they situation and location, and that deviation resulted in damages, and the damages can be tied directly to the deviation there MIGHT be a case.See question
I am filing for full-custody, the non-custodial parent has been absent for 3 years and since I have filed for full custody, the non-custodial parent is filing for joint custody. 1 Mediation has taken place where I have been verbally abused in fro...
Press charges? No. Authorities press charges (a phrase used for criminal actions). You can report a crime and the authorities will determine if they want to pursue charges. It really depends on what is actually said---understand that you feel a criminal charge will help you in your custody case-but name calling is likely not going to cut it---get an attorney.See question
My husband set me up and i was arrested. I was throwing stuff but did not hit him, and the children were not inthe room. He was given temp custody of my 2 boys and i got handed a 3 year no contact order. He was ordered not to take the boys out ...
Perhaps you are not cut out to be a trial lawyer---hire one immediately.See question
Can a parent remove a child from the state of Virginia and the other parent's consent? My wife and I have just started the process of divorcing, but she has removed my daughter from the state and is withholding contact. She has filed in a differen...
Yes a married parent can remove a child from a state without the other parent's consent if there is no court order in place.See question
I had my iPhone stolen 3 months ago, and after pressure and the tracking, the thief gave back the phone. Unfortunately, It is damaged and cannot turn on no matter what. I have a case number with the police but they left me to decide whether to "pr...
You are 16---you should not be doing anything other than involving your parents/guardian.
Not sure what you mean "go with her family" to get arrested.
Doubt at this point police will have much interest, not an attorney. Your parents may consider small claims court.See question
My ex husband was arrested for drug possession and 3 charges of attempt & conspiracy. The local newspaper published his picture on the front page but listed my address. He has not lived there since 2009. The local paper will not retract it and ...
What should you do now---nothing let it ride.See question
Is this possible to ask to change your judge if yes which reason need to be?
Better if you describe your reason and see if CA attorneys believe it will fly.See question
I asked for a personal day off a day before I needed it, it was denied, so the night before the day I had requested for I send both my bosses a message letting them know I'm taking a day off because I needed that day, they still denied it, but in ...
In any 'at-will' employment situation, an employee may be fired for any reason at all or no reason at all, anytime, absent union protections, a written employment contract, or illegal discrimination against a protected class of persons.See question
My car was stolen. So I called the police. He accused me of being part of it come to find out a year later, now they're trying to charge me for the car that the he did give me a police report number, but it wasn't a stolen Car police report number.
No. Police are not required to take a report. In addition, police enjoy qualified immunity from law suits.
If you have been charged with a crime, disabuse your self from the notion, no matter how satisfying it might appear to be, that you can reign down civil cases on the police or the court---focus all your effort, energy, and resources on defending yourself against the charges---with a criminal defense attorney representing you.See question