My ex claims that scool supplies fall under pics in our decree. It is not specifically mentioned.
Unless otherwise agreed to as part of an Order, there is no "legal" obligation to divide those expenses.See question
I was first charged with gross misdemeanor for theft. When I show up for my first appearance in court, they sent me home with a letter for a different court date, place, and time for my first appearance. On the paper, it also mentioned petty misde...
I am not sure what your question may be, however, any criminal charge can be serious. You must consult with an experienced attorney. Contact a lawyer from this site.See question
My nephew has full custody of his kids the ex has visitation on weekends. Does he have to let her have those visitation days??Since he has full legal custody
The court order is the law of the case. If there is a court order tat sets for the parenting schedule, it must it be followed unless modified by filing a motion n to modify and seeking a new court order.See question
I assault my roomate
I am not sure I understand the question. There are many degrees of severity for an assault. The degree depends on the facts of the case and the injury. You should speak, in person, with an experienced attorney.See question
She has been making claims that we are disrespectful and causing her more issues with her mental health she has tried to puta restraining order against me because she was mad at his family.
The answer would require a deeper dive into the history of the case and the current issues. However, a change of custody starts by filing a motion supported by affidavits and documents supporting the position. If the case cannot be settled, there must be an evidentiary hearing-- which is another name for a trial.See question
I am a criminal defendant in ramsey county 2nd judicial district st. paul,mn. Nobody is representing me I am a man. This case had gone all the way to the day of trial by jury. I was late for this trial and a warrant was issued. I turned myself in...
If you failed to appear for a hearing or trial, the pretrial may be a hearing to regroup and re-set the matter for trial. You would be wise, of course, to retain a lawyer.See question
The actual verbiage in our agreement states that "the parties are awarded joint legal custody and joint physical custody of their minor child... [mother's] residence shall be the primary residence of the child. Parenting time shall be shared as fo...
There are no restrictions under law for relocating within the state. That means it does not require consent of the other parent or a court order. Of course, a number of other issues are raised. If the parents share legal custody, it must be a joint decision to change the child's school. Additionally, if there is a greater distance between parents, the parenting time may have to be modified. That means , in most cases, mediation.See question
I recently got into a fight with a boy. I asked him a question and he got hostile with me ready to fight. I had my baby in my hand at the time while he was walking up on me. My baby mom kept pushing him back telling him to not fight me while I had...
The first thing you do is retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer. The charge is very serious. Only a prosecutor can press charges. They may do so whether ether victim wishes charges to occur or not. You have a self defense issue which is called an affirmative defense. That means you must notify the prosecutor and the court of that affirmative defense to bring it in court.
Retain counsel immediately.See question
I asked this yesterday, ok my stepdaughter is 15 and her biological father is coming to town on Saturday and is saying he wants to see her after six years. And there is no court ordered visitation that is in affect any more. Case worker has said...
If there is no court ordered parenting time, there can be no contempt. A case worker cannot provide legal advice, however. If the other parent makes an unwanted visit to the home, you can call the policed, without an order, it is likely they will ask that person to leave the property. Since they are trying to see their child, I doubt criminal charges of trespass would be filed absent some egregious conduct like a break in.See question
I separated with my ex-wife in April 2014. In June of 2016 she blindsided me with a divorce and request for full custody (we were splitting custody atleast 45/55 at the time). When we went to court April 2017, she made many claims with no evidence...
If you don't have a lawyer, you should. How you prepare and present the facts of the case can be critical and a misstep can result in an Order that is not easy to modify. Doing it correctly the first time is much easier than trying to fix what got broken. Retain counsel now.See question