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Im 17 I quit living with my parents a few months ago because they dont work and can barley support me so I started living with my friend and I became a drop out and my parents wont enroll me to school I do drugs but i can easily quit and im very d...
John D. Jones, Esq.
Nevada Board Certified
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I was granted property in a divorce. The property is in Las Vegas. I have the final papers including the division of assets which have the Riverside County court stamp, I live in California and that is where the divorce is recorded. What steps do ...
If the Decree contains that Parcel Number that is usually sufficient. Otherwise, you would prepare a Quitclaim Deed and request that he sign it. If he does not you would file a motion with the Court to compel him to sign it and request your attorney fees be paid because he is in violation of the Decree.See question
my wife took a TPO out against me 3 days after leaving me and taking our daughter... i still have all of our daughters belongings that we had together minus clothing... still live in the same apartment... and i have no criminal background whatsoev...
The best place to look is the Statutes regarding TPO's. It is amazing how few applicant's understand what must be proven to actually get one. You do not specify what is being alleged against you, but if you read the application and the statutes, you should be able to point out to the Court, that a TPO is not warranted.
Here are the statutes to start with:
NRS 33.018 Acts which constitute domestic violence.
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I'm considering a divorce which will probably mean moving to a different state - but I was told my husband can get a restraining order to keep me from taking my son out of the state. While I don't know how to prove emotional/mental abuse - I can p...
If it is your intention to leave the state with your child permanently, then you would need either the father's written permission or a court order. If what you say is true, the evidence would support a finding that you should have primary custody. Then you would need to show that you have a good faith reason to move (job, family, etc) and that there is reasonable visitation available for father. One issue is the age of the child. Courts are reluctant to allow a relocation before the child is fully bbonded with both parents.See question
The father of my 2 step children has been in jail for 16 months now and has not tried to contact his children. There was a custody agreement for joint custody about a month before he was put in jail. Since he was locked up we have had full custody...
Technically he still has legal custody rights. You could seek to terminate his parental rights but he would argue that imprisonment should not be a basis to do so. Was he visiting with and supporting the kids before he went to jail? On relocation, the mother would need to either get father's permission in writing, or file a motion. The motion would need to show that there is a sensible good faith reason to move and that alternated visitation (which is not an issue with him in prison) is available for when and if he gets out.See question
My ex has full custody I have supervised visitation there is nothing in custody agreement in regards to school events and attending. my ex says I can't
To some degree it may depend on whether the order gives you Joint Legal Custody and the reasons for the supervision. Is there a restraining order? Was there domestic violence? Is there an order that says you cannot? Basically, there is not enough information. But if you have joint legal custody and there is no TPO or restraining order, or an order for parallell parenting, then you should be able to attend. More details would be helpful though.See question
if i ignore it and not show in court?
Under the Rules, you need to be personally served. Assuming that he/she did not try to serve you and you shut the door in his/her face, they do not have proper service. You should have nothing to worry about.See question
http://www.trucounsel.com/index.php/v-depositions-and-discovery/rule-26-general-provisions-governing-discovery#text will give you the basic rules of dicovery. Then you could try googling NRCP 26 and protective order to see if any cases pop up. Discovery issues are seldom the subject of Nevada Supreme Court Opinions. You could also look throught the Discovery Commissioner Opionions found on the Nevada Bar Website. http://www.nvbar.org/content/southern-nevada-discovery-commissioners-opinions and http://www.wcbar.org/publications.html.See question
20 yr marriage. Husband made 5 times my income, I supported myself. He spent entire paycheck each month and has 30K in credit card debt. I am 11 years older with serious health issues. I got 500 in support, no health insurance, personal propert...
You are stuck with your judge. It is possible that a motion for a new trial could be successful if you have new evidence. This needs to be filed within 10 days of the notice of entry of the order. Otherwise you have 6 months to move to set it aside the decree based upon fraud. You did not say what his income is so it is impossible to know how offensive 500.00 per month is. Alimony is always modifiable.See question
When I was in elementary school in Las Vegas, my step dad adopted me, but when changing my last name my parents failed to do so on my birth certificate and only did it on my social security card, so I have 2 documents with 2 different last names, ...
Generally, you can get a copy of the Decree of Adoption from the clerk of the Family Court. I would start there. With the Decree of Adoption, you can get all of your documents changed. I am not sure by your facts as to how long ago this occurred, but the Court CLerk should be able to track it down.See question