I mean if a psychologist goes to the police without a legal reason, like out of fear even though there is no specific situation that allows them to act on it, and the police arrest this person due to finding something. Is there any chance of this ...
A psychologist has not only a right, but an ethical obligation to break confidentiality to the extent necessary to prevent serious harm to another if he or she believes that a danger exists, even in the absence of specific details of a plan to commit a harmful act.
Should that break of confidentiality result in an arrest, then the defense attorney might be able to cite "privilege" to limit some evidence, but this is a very fact specific situation, and there isn't (and likely shouldn't be) enough information in this forum to give you a more specific answer.See question
I am under the poverty line. I do get back $9,000 in taxes. I claim 0 during the year then when filing I claim 5. Also, what can I have as exemptions so they are not able to take as much?
At this late point in the year, unless the bankruptcy is an emergency, I would recommend waiting until after your 2016 taxes are filed and your refund is used to file at all. In the meantime, adjust your withholding from your paycheck to reduce the amount being taken out of your check.
I imagine that a large portion of your $9,000 refund is earned income credit and child tax credit, in which case much of the refund may be exempt. You may also have some cash and wildcard exemptions that can be applied to "save" some of your refund.
I strongly urge you to talk with a bankruptcy attorney before spending a $9,000 refund to make sure that the way the refund is spent won't be problematic for you in your chapter 7 case.See question
I bought a bottle of wine from the store and it is not wine and made me sick
You would need to talk to a product liability attorney. Whether or not you have a case would depend on the nature of the the mistake (what the product was; how it was mislabeled) and the nature and severity of your illness as a result. It can be difficult to prove that your illness was related to the product in any case. Good luck. I do hope that you feel better.See question
I'm a mom of a seventeen year old boy who's girlfriend might be pregnant. We want to know our rights, and our son's rights in this matter.
Unless and until the baby is born, your son has no rights in the matter. If the mother carries the child to term, she will have sole custody by operation of law. Your son may be held liable for child support soon after the birth, and if that is the case, it does not give him rights to custody or visitation. In order to obtain the right to visitation and/or custody of the child, he will need to file an action with the court.
In Ohio, grandparents also have the right to petition the court for their own visitation order.
While a physician would likely not perform an abortion without the consent of the sixteen year old mother, her parents could certainly apply pressure in order to get her to consent, and under Ohio law you and your son have no right to stop the procedure.
As you have placed this question in the "adoption" category, I will also add that your son should register with the Ohio Putative Father Registry as soon as possible. Otherwise, his consent could be deemed unnecessary if the mother gives the child up at birth for adoption.See question
Today I went to see a dermatologist. I filled out the forms and answered the nurse's question regarding my medical history. The nurse went out and came back with the doctor. I suppose the doctor had seen my Arabic name because as soon as he entere...
I agree with my colleagues that there is no cause of action for a lawsuit here. I am deeply sorry that someone has treated you like this. I would absolutely report this offensive treatment to the medical director of the facility where it occurred.See question
My daughter is 17 years old with a 4 month old. I was wondering if she can move out without my permission?
Although your child is now a parent, she remains a minor. She cannot move out of your home without your permission unless the court finds that she is abused or neglected. There is no law in Ohio that allows a minor to become emancipated unless he or she is married or joins the military, either of which would require legal consent of a parent.See question
My sister is 27. My niece is 8. Biological father left shortly after her birth and visited once a year for about 4-5 years. The last time he visited he "spanked" her hard enough there was a welt. Police were called but no report was filed. He has ...
Mother can sign a Consent to Adopt. Whether Father's consent is required will depend upon how long it has been since he last had contact with the child, whether he has provided financial support, and whether is willing to consent to the adoption. I would recommend consulting with an attorney who has experience in this area, as if father contests the divorce petition, it can be a complicated and expensive process.See question
My daughter is 17 years of age and now has a 4month old baby girl. I was just wondering what rights she has now?
As the unmarried mother of a child, she is the sole legal guardian and custodian of the child unless and until the father petitions to establish the parent-child relationship and order companionship time.See question
I dont have a car right now
It's unclear what you are looking for. It sounds as if you want to file for divorce or legal separation. If you are unable to drive, it is possible that an attorney would gather your information over the telephone or over the internet in order to provide you with paperwork for you and your spouse to sign which then could be filed with the court.See question
Last month I visited physician. I do not have insurance and so did self pay ($60). Doctor referred me to LAB where I did different blood test and chest x-ray and i paid all the cost on the spot ($305). Same day, Lab send all the report to Doctor a...
A radiologist interprets the x-ray, and if necessary will also consult with the primary care physician. Even though you never physically saw the radiologist, he provided services necessary to your care, and you do owe the bill.See question