My mother causes me much emotional stress. I am required to pay bills, if I want to live there. The thing is, I don't want to live there. I want to move out, but I am a minor.
Unless you qualify for emancipation, which requires a high level of emotionalmaturity (the words my mom causes me stress shows you miss on that issue) and can be fully self-supporting (near impossible), which requires youto file a court case, no.See question
My wife and I are getting a divorce because she found out I'm gay by stealing my phone
Maybe. Maybe not. Theanswer depends on details we don't have thatyoushould share with your lawyer, what is onthe phone, and nitjust whether it can be used but is it relevant to the case. It may also depend on what you mean by "stolen" and whether a passowrd was used.See question
Its been 10 months since ceiling fell in on me at some apartment complex. Went thru treatment. Lawyer have received all documents and have requested a demand. But they haven't answer yet. What's to expect next?
Your lawyer is the only one who can tell you what is next. Askhim. No response or a slow response is actually rather normal, and he likely has a plan to address it.See question
My daughter has moved with her live in boyfriend and has denied me contact with my granddaughter since August 2016. She no longer works at her previous place of work and I am trying to file a petition for grandparent visitation. I live in Clayto...
First of all,you stop and get a lawyer. Grandparent visitation cases are hard to win with lawyers and your odds are probably 1 in a thousand pro se. Good lawyers know how to locate people and canhook you up with an investigator if their tools don't work, since filingwithout locating her is pointless and likelywill landyou in the wrong court. Bear in mind that the father may comeinto playin the case, so he may need to be located too. Do NOT file anything pro se in this type matter.See question
i got married in 2015 with a navy, im still im my conditional greencard, however i want to divorce because he cheated on me , im very worry about my imigration status because i want to be able to stay in united states , i have some screenshots of ...
I'm not an immigration lawyer but wanted to tell you that you willl not get a response or lawyer this way. AVVO bans lawyers from soliciting you (and gives us no way to know how to reach you). You can try to reach a lawyer using the find a lawyer lins here and contacting them directly, and should do that. Good luck (look under immigration).See question
I am married & an emancipated minor. I am trying to enroll myself into school and they say that i need court-ordered emancipation papers. During many other situations, showing my marriage certificate hasn't been enough and people still want court-...
The paper you need is a certified copy of the marriage certificate.
In the State of Georgia, a young person can be emancipated in two ways:
1. By operation of law
• After a legal marriage, or
• Upon joining the United states military1, or
• Upon reaching the age of 18 years; or
2. By filing a petition in the juvenile court in the county where the minor resides and securing a Declaration of Emancipation.
If the person you talk to at your school is ignorant, contact his or her superisor and show them a copy of O.C.G.A. 15-11-201, which is the law that says what I justed posted here.See question
My (civilian) mother sued the military while I was on active duty. My commanding officer (Captain Nguyen) called her and interrogated her about her illnesses and also asked her to verify that my father died while I was in AIT (advanced individual ...
Her estate must be probated. Her executor(if there is a will) or administrator (no will) pursues her caim as oart of probate. Depending on facts we don't have, you may be the person needing todo the probate. You need a lawyer ASAP.
You posted this as a power of attorneyissue - meaning it's in the wrong part of AVVO. A POAhas nothing todo with this, and expires on death. This is a probate matter.See question
I want to go before a judge about child support, but not able to afford an attorney. I am paying my ex child support for a child that is almost 22 years old because he found a way to get back support. I know if I can be heard by a judge this will ...
Backchild support NEVER goes away. In fact it accrues interest. You will not eliminate an arrearage by goingtocourt. You likelywill be made to pay the other side's legalfees for frivolous litigatiion on top ofthe support.See question
My sons real dad just found out he could be the father and wants to have a DNA and if he is in fact the father can he take him away from my ex husband who is trying to keep him from me
A biological father certainly can seek custody or visitation. You should be hiring a lawyer so that your concerns are considered when the court balances your rights and his.See question
I pay child support weekly but I am having to pay for my kids school supplies and shoes and etc and I really just don't think I should be paying if he isn't going to use it on my kids what are there by law I can do because it's not fair to me
I'm not clear from your post but I think you're complaining that you also are buying school supplies and shoes, which many parents do on top of support. If the parent isusing it on groceries, the utility bill, rent, gas fo the car, etc, it's still helping the child. Be aware you CAN go to court if support truly is misused, but if your complaint is "I still have to buy shoes even though I pay support" there may be an argument that youshould pay more so the custodial parent can afford those things. Sit down with your lawyer to discuss this.See question