Our church group arranges trips for our members, ( and
Our church group arranges trips for our members, ( and sometime) guests): mostly day trips in the Houston area and infrequent overnight trips. We have been advised by church officials that liability waivers are required for each trip. Is it your opinion that a general waiver for all trips would suffice? We usually contract with the same reliable bus company for all trips.
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I filed for divorce years ago, he was not responding or was
I filed for divorce years ago, he was not responding or was unreachable during that time. He has finally made contact. Do I need to refile?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I am in California filed in California as wellJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: No, when filling out paperwork I was assisted and listed the attorney as "In Per Pro"JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I believe that is all
State: is there a law the covers making false allegations in
Washington State: is there a law the covers making false allegations in writing to CPS? Is it possible to get an in-redacted copy of the written statement from CPS? My daughter just had a baby and CPS showed up at the hospital claiming that they had received a lengthy statement about her alleging mental illness and drug abuse. CPS forced to investigate even though allegations are false. The source is most likely a woman (a grandmother) wanting to prevent my daughter's fianceé from having unsupervised visits with his 18 mo daughter from a previous relationship. Since the woman has inadequate grounds against my daughter's fianceé, she has been attacking my daughter as crazy and therefore unfit to be around her granddaughter. Her false statements have triggered this CPS investigation. My daughter should be able to defend herself, but the woman's mistake, yet to be realized, was messing with my family - especially me. It is now affecting our lives and I want to find substantial resources in the law to stop this destructive attack through making false statements to a government agency. Suggestions?
I am trying to figure out a way to record interactions
I am trying to figure out a way to record interactions between my ex and I to prove to the court that he is verbally and emotionally abusive when people are not around and sometimes in the presence of our daughter that would be legal.JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: OregonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: We are in an extended custody battle and I have been trying to obtain a "no contact" order, but he has visitations (I was advised to get a mediator to facilitate the exchange of our daughter) and because he generally talks perfectly to me in front of witnesses, the court says I do not have enough proof to be granted a no contact orderJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I just need ot know how I can get the proof needed if I am unable to legally record and provide that as evidence
I got divorced 5 years ago after being married for 20 years,
I got divorced 5 years ago after being married for 20 years, judge gave him the house, so I had to buy a house for me and my 3 kids, because of being a stay at home mom I had no credit so my house is in my Dads name, I put the down payment down and have paid my payment of 1000.00 every month since September 2011. I want to sell it or have him give me the money I have in it...Its a mess with my family..Can I request this?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: yes, floridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Not sure what you are asking, sorryJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I owe over 5k in child support, but my child is now over the
I owe over 5k in child support, but my child is now over the age of 18. I just received a letter in the mail a "Good Cause" letter. I reached out the the attorney and he said they no longer will pursue but that other agency's might. Should I just go ahead and pay the amount or do I run the risk of getting into a lot of trouble here if I dont pay?
I live in Montana. I had custody of two children, my ex-wife
I live in Montana. I had custody of two children, my ex-wife moved out of state with her then boyfriend. She never paid child support. The state took their income tax refund of $4,780.53 in 2003. They filed for injured spouse because she has never worked since leaving the state. The state then attempted to regain the money back from me. The state sent me a promissory note on May 30, 2006, which I never signed or sent back. I had a telephone hearing with the ex and a person from the child support enforcement. I told them that I did not want anything from my ex and I was told that if the state took the money, the state needed to refund the money to the ex. I have had the state keep several of my tax returns and I have also paid them around $2840.. I had not heard from the state since 2006, because during the hearing, I was told that it was all over. In 2014, the state kept my tax return to pay the money back. I was told by the state that it took them 10 years to have their system updated which is supposedly why I haven't heard anymore from them. I am wondering if there is a time limit on this type of action from the state or not.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MontanaJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, only that I was making payments back to the state up until the time of the hearing.