My mother has my two sons and me and her are at odds with each other. I tried to contest it but lack of a stable job prevented me from getting custody. I almost never get to see them, she always has some type of excuse.
I will assume in answering your question that your mother has legal custody of your sons. Do you have a visitation order? If so, is your mother denying you your visitation rights under that order? If so, you may file a Motion for Contempt in an effort to enforce your visitation order. If you have no visitation order then you need to file a Motion to establish a court order. If your case is under the jurisdiction of the Butler County Juvenile Court, as I suspect it may, then the court has forms for filing these motions on your own if you cannot afford an attorney. However, I would highly recommend that you seek the assistance of a competent family law attorney to assit you in this very important legal matter. Jeff Milbauer, Middletown, OhioSee question
The Director of the hope houseRescue mission inc. Dismissed for violating the company rule or policy .There was no hand bookin place at time of hiring or dismissal.Alleged reports of violations were often coerced from residents upon threats of bei...
I am uncertain as to the type of hearing that you refer to in your question. Is it an unemployment compensation hearing? A termination hearing? I need more information in order to provide an accurate response. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, OhioSee question
I purchased a home with my boyfriend 12 years ago , we are now separating. How do we go about separating the things we acquired together? House, 5 vehicles and furniture. He says I do not need a lawyer unless I am going to sue him. I just do...
Because you are not married, the domestic relations court does not have jurisdiction to resolve your property dispute. If you and your boyfriend are unable to come to an agreement, then a suit would have to be filed in the municipal or common pleas court in your county. Due to the amount of joint assets at stake, I would strongly recommend consulting with a qualified attorney. Good luck! Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio 422-5456See question
My mom is okay with me living with him.
If the conditions in your mother's home are such that an emergency exists, your father can get what is known as an ex parte order of temporary custody. This can be done very quickly. Since your mother is not opposed to your father having custody of you, a grant of legal custody will not take long. Good luck. Jeff Milbauer, Middletown, OhioSee question
I live in ohio and recently recieved a drug abuse ticket for posession of marijuana while canoeing on the river. I have the option to just pay it out, but the rangers were very nice and kept advising me to plead not guilty, they said i would get s...
Possession of under 100 grams of marijuana is a minor misdemeanor in Ohio, and carries a maximum penalty of a $100 fine and court costs. Sounds like just "paying the ticket" is the easy thing to do. WRONG! This offense carries a mandatory driver's license suspension of six (6) months to three (3) years. The rangers, gave you good advice. You should retain a qualified attorney who can work to get the charge amended so that you do not lose your license. Jeff Milbauer, Middletown, Ohio (513) 320-6325See question
her mom is ok with it its my dad her step dad who has a problem with it but only when he is drinking he is a drunk and mean to her when he is drinking
If I understand you correctly, it is your sister's step-father who has an objection to you being granted custody of her. If he is not a custodian of your sister then he has no legal standing to object.See question
It is my first charge. No other priors except for an underage possession of alcohol from years ago. We were not smoking at the time of citation, nor were we intoxicated/under the influence at the time of citation. I was not driving. I ask because ...
Conviction of possession of marijuana, even if a minor misdemeanor, carries a mandatory suspension of a drivers or commercial license for a minimum of six months up to a maximum of five years. I have handled many of these cases and have often been successful in getting the charge amended to a disorderly conduct which does not require a license suspension. You should retain the services of a qualified attorney in order to protect your license. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio (513) 422-5456See question
Yesterday I attempted to shoplift a $50 item from walmart. I was stopped by a LP person as I was trying to leave the store. He walked me into a back room, and said that if I had my ID, that he wouldn't call the police. I obliged, and he took it an...
Shoplifting is theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree in the State of Ohio. This offense carries a maximum penalty of six (6) months in jail. It is, therefore, obviously a serious offense. The fact that you have no prior record is helpful. Having a theft offense on one's record can make it difficult to obtain employment. If you get no other offenses, you can have the offense expunged one year from the date of conviction. You definitely want to seek the representation of a competent criminal attorney. Too much is at stake to go it alone. Good luck. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio. Telephone: (513) 422-5456See question
Six months ago my husband hired a man who was in the middle of a messy divorce/child custody dispute. The divorce has since become complete and custody arrangements have been made. The man's ex wife has begun harassing my husband and myself th...
You could file a lawsuit against her for slander and libel. These type of lawsuits can be difficult to win, and collecting any judgment could be problematic as well. Perhaps merely the threat of a lawsuit may dissuade her from continuing her attacks. You should contact an attorney who specializes in civil litigation and discuss this matter with him or her. If she poses any type of physical threat to you or your husband or is physically present at or near your home or business, you could go to your county Common Pleas Court and file for a Civil Protection Order. Good Luck. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio (513) 422-5456See question
Theoretically one can be "charged" with any offense. The real issue is can you be convicted of domestic violence where there was no violence, but merely an argument? As attorney Weisenburger pointed out, one may be charged and convicted of domestic violence if they cause a family or household member to believe that they intend to cause them serious physical harm. Have you been charged with domestic violence yet or do you believe that such a charge is going to be filed? If the answer to either of these questions is "yes" then you need to contact a qualified criminal defense attorney immediately. Domestic Violence is a serious charge with very serious consequences for those who are convicted of this offense. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio (513) 422-5456See question