May I get a copy of the papers that made it possible for the
May I get a copy of the papers that made it possible for the state of Pennsylvania to get custody of me in the year 1952. My dad left my mother without resources and my brother, sister, and I were either voluntarily given up for adoption or taken away from my mother, I don't know which. I was placed in a school in Millford, Pa. at age eight and remained there until I was eighteen. My parents are dead and I want to know how we were removed from our home.
What is the child per room required by federal and state
What is the child per room required by federal and state law?JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: FloridaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No I can't afford oneJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I'm asking because my soon to be ex wife is living in several places. One place is at her fathers which is a 4 bedroom 1 bathroom house with 6 adults and 5 children this doesn't include my son and my ex's baby that's on the way. The other place is her boyfriends parents house she's stay there in a bedroom with her boyfriend and his son all in the same room this also doesn't include my son and my ex's baby that's on the way. She's not financially able to care for him.
My attorney said at 14 my children can decide for themselves
My attorney said at 14 my children can decide for themselves when they visit the other parent. For example my 14 year old wants to go to an activity with the parent who is not parenting that day. The child can choose to go even if the prenting parent does not approve. Is this true?
My wife and I divorced over a year ago, I have two dogs, I
My wife and I divorced over a year ago, I have two dogs, I paid for the dogs, took care of their vet bulls, food, raised the (she had little interaction in their raising) no discussion was presented in the divorce and nothing was spoken of in the divorce papers, she has asked to see the dogs a few times and I had allowed it but now she is remarried and I am afraid of her trying to take them from me, as they are my dogs bought by me raised by me and cared for by me. can she fight me for my dogs? I cannot split them up as it would be inhuman they were raised together.
Our son who is an attorney with a family of three children
Our son who is an attorney with a family of three children seems to have lost his mind. He started an affair with a married woman in his office ... both were fired and he refuses to leave the marital home or seek counseling. Refuses to discuss with us (his parents) and is continuing the affair. Our daughter-in-law is caught in the middle and is being emotionally We're caught in the middle. What are the wife's legal rights? Can she put our son out of the house? Should she? She works but does not make much money and says the legal expense of a lawyer is too much.JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Pennsylvania ... HarrisburgJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No. It's not my issue but our grandchildren are being affected and our daughter-in-law is suffering emotional abuse daily as our son continues to go out and stay all night with this woman. Her husband is also aware and it's my understanding she has four kids by three different men. By the way, this is a total break with how we perceived our son ... he is always the first one to help us and anyone else.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: How do we protect our grandchildren in this situation?
Court recently order more visitation for me, unsupervised
Court recently order more visitation for me, unsupervised visitation. However, I must complete 8 sessions of conjoint therapy. My xonjoint therapy started today. Pickup was supposed to occur curbside at my exwifes apartment. When i was outside, my exwife called me and said my 7 yr old daughter was lagging to come inside. I went inside and then my daughter says she doesn't want to go to therapy. Her mom tells her if she doesn't want to go, she doesn't have too. I ended up leaving to therapy by myself. What can I do?
My daughter, who is separated from her husband and currently
My daughter, who is separated from her husband and currently has a domestic violence injunction against him, lives, along with two very small children, with my husband and I. Her husband has chosen to go ahead a file for dissolution of marriage, and she is working with her attorney (Legal Aid) to get a counter petition filed.When she indicated to me that she had met his attorney before, because he (the attorney) had spoken with her as a 'mediator' when they were having previous problems. My question is, in Florida, can this attorney represent her husband in the divorce proceedings (and the current domestic violence injunction proceedings) when he has previously counseled her as a 'mediator'?