I'm 15 years old and my parents are split my mom is off track right now and I live with my dad who has been with his girlfriend for 6 years now and she has 2 kids my dad is rude and neglectful towards his 3 kids including me and only cares about h...
Unless you are in danger or mistreated a court would not change your living situation. You need to try and work this out by talking to the adults and explaining how you feel. Blending families is always hard and never perfect.
Be open to being patient and seeing things from their viewpoint. If you cannot talk to your family members try a school counselor or a pastor.
Legally your parents can allow you to live anywhere you are safe, but it may not be possible for your aunt's household ti take on another member.See question
My ex abd I were never married, we have a daughter together. She informed me that she is not allowing me to have any contact with my daughter anymore because I haven't paid child support. I have however paid for everything for my daughter si...
In addition to the previous good advice, if there is a child support order in place (perhaps an administrative order from the division of child support) you must pay the amount ordered each month. You cannot make it up by providing other things the children may need. If you are making child support payments, make sure you do so through DCS if that is what the order requires, otherwise you will not get credit for the payments.See question
I paid cash for used car from used car parking lot a month ago. I started noticing hard noise during gear change while driving on freeway maybe 5- 6 days after bought. I contacted them and kept getting the run around. I asked one if them to drive...
Stop dealing with these guys.
As Mr. Alexander pointed out, if you bought an "as is" car you may be out of luck.
He was also right about getting an INDEPENDENT, COMPETENT, mechanic to look at the car. Once you know what you have you can consider your options. Also, have the mechanic verify that the tune-up and oil change were actually performed. Try to get his opinion in writing.
Unfortunately, you are still liable for the payments while your problems continue. If you stop paying and leave it on the street or in your driveway or any other place they don't have to break into they can have it towed without notice.
Once you have a good mechanic's opinion, consider getting an attorney consult.See question
I was locked out of my apartment to change the locks and refused to give me a chance
Make sure the lockout was "illegal." Your landlord does not have to "give you a chance" if he gave you notice and got a proper order for a writ. If you think there might have been an action filed, check with the superior court clerk in the courthouse.See question
My land lord has raised my rent twice in the last year
The notice period inside of Vancouver recently changed to 45 days for a rent increase over 10%, if the rental agreement was entered into after October of 2015. The new statute says:
Section 8.46.020 Rental agreement requirements
Any rental agreement or renewal of a rental agreement for a residential rental unit in the City of Vancouver entered into after the effective date of the ordinance shall include or shall be deemed to include a provision requiring a minimum of forty-five (45) days prior written notice whenever the periodic or monthly housing costs to be charged a tenant is to increase by ten (10) percent or more over the periodic or monthly rental rate charged the same tenant for the same housing unit and same services for any period or month during the preceding twelve (12) month period.
(M-4135, Added, 09/21/2015, Sec 3-Effective 10/21/2015)
It appears that this could be applied to a rent increase of less than 10% if, when added to other increases in the past 12 months, the total increase is greater than 10%, but I am not aware of any case, ruling, or opinion that confirms this.See question
I have a sister who has been an executor 2 times. At first she was calling me about my diagnosis appointments . I told her I have a calendar a husband a son who are my beneficiaries.. I don't need her help. I have been diagnosed with inoperable li...
Sadly there is no law protecting you from busybodies unless they are threatening in some way. If she is, you can pursue a protection order . Otherwise - we can't choose our family.
There are ways to challenge wills, either because they were drawn up improperly or because someone alleges that the person making the will was not competent to do so. A protection order would not affect her ability to do this, probably.
If you have questions about your will, see an attorney who deals with wills and probate.
If you don't want to deal with your sister, block her number and tell her to keep off of your property.
My lawyer has not contacted me back since summer of 2016 and I'm getting nervous about what will happen with the court. The father of my child filled for custody because he didn't want to pay child support and I was served with papers may of 2015....
Call your lawyer.
He may not be doing anything because he feels the ball is in the father's court.
He may also not believe that he represents you at this point.
My husband and I signed a one year lease with another couple on a house. After 3 months we realized the new roommates fight daily to the point of hitting each other. We have never called the cops. We paid first, last and deposit. What should w...
The previous answer was a good one. I just want to add that any agreement you make with your landlord must be detailed and in writing. Make sure you have a signed copy and get a written receipt for any payments you make.See question
My ex had text me saying he wanted to see if he could call later in the evening to speak with our 14-year-old daughter. I politely replied that of course he could, and that he doesn't need permission. I also mentioned, "My phone has a call recordi...
I agree with the previous answer.
Also, many, if not most, recent parenting plan allow for phone conversation with the non-residential parent without interference or monitoring by the residential parent. If yours has such a requirement you could be found in contempt for your actions and the result could be an adjustment in the plan or some other sanction.
If the situation with the father and the child is so dangerous that communications must be recorded, you should move to modify the parenting plan to require that phone contact be monitored. Otherwise, as noted, most Washington courts would consider this behavior inappropriate, to say the least.See question
I was hospitalized for a significant amount of time between late June and early August. During that time, I was unable to deal with my bills including July's rent. I happened to be briefly released from hospital and found a 3-day notice left on my...
First a technical issue: The writ is the order of the Sheriff to reclaim the property for the owner. A judgment contains an order terminating the tenancy and an assignment of damages. So, you would pay the judgment, not the writ.
Second, moral issues are not in play here. The case hinges on legal issues.
As noted already, it is most likely too late to challenge this judgment. However, you might be able to negotiate a reduced payment. Most landlords realize that collecting from a former tenant is difficult, and many don't even try. It can't hurt to make an offer. If you come to an agreement, be sure it is in writing, it is to satisfy any and all claims, past or future related to the tenancy, you get a written receipt and the agreement states that the landlord will file a satisfaction of judgment within six weeks.
If you still want to go ahead with a challenge, you need a consultation with a landlord/tenant attorney who looks over all of your documents and the case history.See question