I've been trying for a few months now to get my ex-boyfriend to leave my home, but he always refuses to leave, & unfortunately, I end up giving in or rolling over & taking him back, (not a good excuse) because its just easier than dealing with all...
If he moved into your house without a formal lease (a verbal agreement) then you must give 7 days notice before the end of the month that you are terminating his tenancy. Then, if he is still there, you can post a 3 day notice and proceed with the eviction process.
If you actually had a written lease agreement, then you need to follow the terms of that agreement.See question
Daughter was a 5th grader was sexually assaulted 5th grade boy. Was overheard by teacher discussing to another student. Her reported to counselor who took the details and contacted me, and and let me know it took place off school grounds was nothi...
Misdemeanor charges generally must be brought within 18 months.
The bottom line is that you cannot force the D.A. to prosecute. They have discretion. If the counselor is a licensed professional, you can report them to DORA and it is possible that action would be taken against their license. There is no limitation period for such complaints.See question
A guy who is 16, is accusing me of having sex with him consenually
If the minor is under 17 and you are more than 10 years apart in age then you might be charged with a misdemeanor. It is rare for this type of case to be pursued by law enforcement, but it is possible.See question
My family wants to take my son away from me because they disapprove of my life and I'm a lesbian I want my girlfriend on the birth certificate and second parent
In order to put your girlfriend's name on the birth certificate, you need a step parent adoption. This will require termination of the father's rights. That should be possible if the father has not provided financial or emotional support for the child for more than a year. It would be a good idea to work with an experienced attorney to get this to go smoothly.See question
I am the daughter of a small restaurant owner, and my parents prefer I handle situations in which there important phone calls, since I am a more fluent English speaker than they are. My parents verify who they are and tell whoever is calling that ...
There are legitimate instances where companies accept payments over the phone. Some restaurants will even take credit card information over the phone to pay for takeout or delivery orders.
However, you should never give your personal or financial information (of any kind) to someone who called you. You have no way to know whether the person who called is who they say they are. You are much safer if you call a company (at a main number you can verify belongs to the company in question) to make a payment (since you know what number you called), but it might be best to avoid making payments over the phone altogether.See question
My daughter goes to her dad's every weekend for visits and I just found out that hes had a release convicted sex offender and murder around her and he is also very abusive both mentally and emotionally to her. I also called to child welfare to do ...
Unless conditions of his probation or parole provide otherwise, a person (even a convicted sex offender) does not violate the law by being around children. However, just because your ex isn't violating the law doesn't mean that what he is doing is in the best interests of the child. Acting in the best interests of your child, however, is YOUR job. Law enforcement cannot help if no law is being broken.
If you have reason to believe that this person poses a threat to your child (and you do), you can ask the court that issued your custody orders to order that the father not allow your daughter to be around this person. If this isn't an order he is willing to follow, you can ask that the Court modify the parenting time schedule to reduce the father's parenting time or require supervised parenting time.See question
My children are 19 and 17. Their mother is a wreck has been for years. She lost her LPN several years ago because of use of, and attempting to purchase four different Opiods from co-working medical staff (Board of Nursing- Via DORA website Dani...
If the living situation for the children has been this damaging, it is a shame that they don't have a father who would go to court to change the parenting time arrangements and take care of the kids rather than worrying solely about child support. That would be the best solution.
You have to pay child support because the children aren't living with you and they are your responsibility. That said, there are solutions for the concerns you raise.
If you file a motion to modify support you should be able to terminate support for the 19 year old. Then you will only be paying support for the 17 year old. However, this doesn't happen automatically. You actually have to go to court to get the modification. Otherwise the support obligation will stay the same until the youngest child turns 19.
In addition, you can urge the maternal grandmother to pursue a child support order. This would allow her to collect support from you and the mother which would solve the problem of mom using your child support payments for her additions. The child support for the 17 year old would no longer go to mom.See question
My ex husband moved out of state 1 year ago, with myself and the courts permission. I'm now in a position to move down closer with a property already lined up in my family's home town. What forms do I need to send?
If you don't have children then you can go anywhere you want. If you are removing the children from Colorado then a stipulation might be appropriate.See question
In a post-decree matter the court ordered a CFI report to be completed. The report was generated and led to a settlement. Five months after the completion of the report, the CFI filed an affidavit with the court without any notice to me or my atto...
Much depends on what the affidavits say and how they affect your case. The best person to discuss this with is your attorney.See question
What is recoil did they have the right to do that I was asleep but had let them stay the night and woke up to a trailer loaded with his and my possessions
What you describe is theft and should have been reported to the police immediately.See question