Me and my husband have been living seperately for a little bit now, we currently do not have any custody or divorce orders pending, but I am getting ready to file them. My two daughters are with him and his family as of right now and he nor his fa...
Although it sounds like you need to consult with an attorney in your area to go over your specific case, generally, you would need to file a case to establish the custody/visitation schedule.See question
While on board a major airline flight from NJ to LA, a male flight attendant who I had spoken to in a friendly matter while boarding, made me the butt of his joke while I was headed towards the restroom while seatbelt sign was on late into takeoff...
public humiliation is not a recognized basis for a lawsuit in California. Unless something happened that forms the basis of a claim, you will not be successful in a lawsuit.See question
My car accident happened in California. I received SDI payments while on a 9 month medical leave. I suffered a mild TBI. I will be on medication for life that cost $9000 per year. (paid by my employer) Commercial Truck Policy Limit: Unlimited. M...
Generally if you can prove that you had actually losses, you are able to recover for those losses regardless if you received compensation from another source. This is known as the collateral source rule.See question
I am trying to get full custody of my child. His father is not worried about custody and is not physically or financially there.
You may not need one, but honestly sometimes even the most simple proceedings can get complicated. I would at least get a consultation to ensure you are taking the right approach.See question
My children got removed from their mother by CPS and I was informed on Thursday and there is court on Tuesday. Can I still file for an emergency hearing on Monday to get my children?
Mr Raysor is correct. If the hearing is Tuesday, it is unlikely that you will get in to court on Monday. Additionally, ex parte hearings (i.e. the procedure used for emergencies) are generally frowned upon by the court unless there is a real emergency. In this case, it is likely that even if you were able to get into court Monday, the court would deny the ex parte application since there is no real emergency. The court does not typically view removal of children for cause as an emergency. Further, the hearing on Tuesday provides notice to all parties, and will likely resolve the issues in a timely fashion. Consult with an attorney to ensure that your rights as a parent are adequately protected.See question
I'm a pro per litigant. I served complaint on Def for defamation. Def responded through counsel on 30th day with Demurrer and MTS as ambiguous, Uncertain, etc., Hearing date has been set. While working on info to Oppose Demurrer and MTS, they se...
Honestly, you should consider retaining an attorney. These motions can be procedurally complex and if done inappropriately can prevent you from moving forward with your case.See question
We e have five children, she moved out, im willing to have joint custody but shre's refusing to have that she wants full custody nd shes gotcan attorney what are my chances of getting joint
You should consult an attorney to assist you. Typically courts (and the law) prefer joint custody unless there are circumstances that would be detrimental to the child / children if joint custody is granted.See question
We all often work 11+ hours every day and it's back breaking work. we are not provided drinkable water and it is just not right that we don't get any breaks.
You are ckrrect, it isn't right. You should consult an attorney here in Sacramento about pursuing your legal remedies.See question
Riding in Lyft. Collision at 40 MPH on 16th and Folsom, Driver had green light. Went to hospital with abrasions on chest and neck. Discharged. Stiffness and pain in neck.
Yes. You should have her consult with an attorney sooner rather than later.See question
I received a tro and a notice of hearing. I checked the petition and it was not signed and dated. The court still accepted it? I was advised not to attend the hearing because a non lawyer filled out and filed the complaint and it was void. And c...
No. A person who is not an attorney cannot represent others (including corporations) in court. However, you should have appeared and raised the objection at the hearing. It sounds like you need to consult with an attorney to straighten this out.See question