I lost prenuptial agreements case. I got minute order. Other party's lawyer prepared the minute order and Ask me to sign or objection or do nothing before giving judge to sign. I am starting appeal use this minute order without judge ' signet...
You need to be clear on the difference between a "minute" and a "minute order", and the difference between either of them and a "judgment". If you're not even clear on that part of the process, the chance of your successfully handling an appeal is almost down to zero. Appeals are not, generally, do-it-yourself projects; the rules are technical, and are strictly enforced. See an attorney with appeals experience.See question
Looking for a reasonable divorce lawyer to complete my divorce
Impossible to say, without more information. What does your wife own? Where? Who's got the records? How far back are you going to have to look?See question
My Constitutional Rights were violated by the Department of Human Services and Child Protection Services when they entered my name into the registry without being charged and without any investigations of the allegations made against me. It makes ...
Two questions: what registry, and when did this happen? Two answers: you don't have a constitutional right to keep a government agency from following its procedures, and unless you can show that they didn't do so properly, you don't have a case.See question
I'm getting married in 11 days. My fiancee had a prenup agreement drafted by an attorney in Washington and he already signed it. I'm in the process of looking for an affordable attorney to review it and sign it (I agree with the prenup contents), ...
Where are you planning on LIVING? It matters less where you GET married than it does where you plan to LIVE DURING the marriage. (Otherwise, there'd be LOTS of Hawaii and Nevada prenups!) In any case, it's impossible to say what you should do with the agreement without reviewing it. So get to a lawyer, or postpone the wedding!See question
respond to them? I did this and now am told he does not have to respond. Is this right?
Unfortunately, you can prepare them, and prepare the envelope, but the actual mailing, and the signing of the proof of service, has to be done by any adult legally living in the state who ISN'T you.See question
My daughter has custody of her son. Her ex husband has not paid any court ordered support and she refuses to hold him accountable. Well, turns out her son needs some serious work at the orthodontist. Her divorce judgment says that he is respons...
She doesn't have to "sue" him; she's got a court order which says he's to pay. What she needs to do is ENFORCE the judgment, to collect ALL the support he's supposed to be paying.See question
I was one year into the hiring process of a major law enforcement agency. At one of my final interviews I mentioned and asked about religious accommodations regarding the Jewish Sabbath. I was told they will NOT accommodate me in any way and ther...
Unclear what you asked, and unclear what they meant in responding. If they're a government agency, they're required to provide reasonable accommodation consistent with the requirements of the job.See question
Summary dissolution in California and just want to keep what's mine and she keeps what's her.
Don't use fancy words when simple ones will do. If what you mean is "HARRY gets the following things a,b,c,d, and WILMA gets the following things e,f,g,h, SAY that.See question
My ex has visitation every mon, Wed, Friday and Sat morning. I have full custody. He had broken leg last month. he just cast off on his leg.two days ago. But he still walking on crutches. He visited my daughter with his mom for two weeks but his m...
Is there a court order for visitation? What does it say? People who walk on crutches can take care of children. I assume that if you had a broken leg, you would not simply give him custody until your leg healed. He'll need to figure it out.See question
I was pulled over for speeding in Utah and when asked to give a blood draw for DUI I told them that under the 1st amendment I have the right to refuse a blood draw because of my religion being a Jehovah's witness.
Nice try, but what's the religious basis? Jehovah's Witneses are forbidden to RECEIVE transfusions, and blood products; they're not forbidden to bleed.See question