I was babysitting my grandson his parents know I have 3 dogs and a cat and they never had issues before. Yesterday my grandson (1 years old) approached my dog while he was eating by his dish. My Grandson fell onto the dog and the dog turned arou...
are you liable for bills? Probably. Do you have to put the dog down? No. You can report it to your home owner's insurance if the bills are huge or you think she really will sue you.See question
My ex-fiance will not leave me alone. I broke up with him around 4 months ago because I found out he cheated on me and while he was cheating he accidentally made a child with the other woman. I have blocked him on facebook as well as other soci...
inform him that you will call the police if he doesn't stop contacting you. Then do it. Most of the time, the officer will call him and tell him to knock it off before doing anything more. If he continues to contact you, then file a harassment injunction (continuing to contact for a non legitimate purpose). for a restraining order, you need to allege that he is either violent or you reasonably believe he will be violent...which isn't in the information above.See question
I have sole custody, full placement of our daughter. My ex is insisting on 50/50 visitation. With me he was physically and emotionally abusive. I'm starting to see his manipulative traits towards her. It's not a stable situation emotionally or p...
if you have sole custody and primary placement, why are you agreeing to 50/50 placement if it isn't court ordered?See question
I purchased my home about 5 years ago, my boyfriend lives with me. We've kept our bills separate - "I'll pay for this if you fix that". We are reaching the end of our relationship and he seems to think I need to "buy him out" of a house he didn'...
no, not usually. he could file an unjust enrichment case but by the facts you describe, it would be more likely that his contribution would be deemed rent and living expenses not him having rights to your home.See question
Possession with intent to deliver ;961.41(1m)(h)1.
Call and talk to different criminal defense attorneys. Ask questions, see who you are comfortable with and seems to know their stuff.See question
What type of lawyer is needed to sue Cps for illegal removal
either a civil litigator or a civil rights attorney; however, it is very difficult to sue a governmental agency.See question
I am in a highly contested divorce. Asked the husband to mediate and he said No because of my inheritance. Would my husbands lawyer have priviledge to speak to the probate lawyer if I am the executor?
Inheritance is not marital property in WI. If you already received it and co-mingled it with marital funds, you will need an excellent family/divorce attorney to trace out the funds.See question
My girlfriends ex got into a car accident last year in my girlfriend car. A few days ago my girlfriend received a letter saying she and her ex are being sued. Her ex said she would take full blame and would pay it. The attornies agreed to remov...
If it was girlfriend's car, it is unlikely that she can be involutarily removed from the case (ie without the agreement of the person suing them). If it was her car, her insurance would be on the hook.See question
being charged with intent to deliver pot and possesion of ritilan and wonder what the bond amount would be in marinette wisconsin
that is like asking how much is a car? It depends on what car, what year and what accessories. What is your prior record? Do you have drug convictions? How much pot did you have ? do you have family in Marinetter? Are you from Marinette?See question
I was convicted of one retail theft, one dismissed but read in on same conviction and just got my third, all misd and on my initial appearance paper it says repeater but not on wcca!? I'm afraid of what I'm going to get out of this and don't have ...
to be charged as a repeater, you would have needed to be convicted of 3 prior misdemeanors or 1 felony. You should go to the public defenders office and request an attorney.See question