My wife is trying to fight of her grandchildren. The reason
My wife is trying to fight for custody of her grandchildren. The reason is for neglect, emotional abuse, drug use and sale of drugs, mental disorder of mother, and a host of other reasons. First off the children are almost two years of age and 6 months of age. The two year old has been with us from three weeks old until parents took her back last month. I am looking for an experienced attorney with sex offender cases of custody and visitation to guide us in this matter. I have discussed with a criminal attorney and we are pursuing to be relieved of sex offender requirements. We do have evidence and witnesses to the allegations we are alleging on the parents.Advice desperatley needed
Law educator I tried to rate the last question answered but
Law educator I tried to rate the last question answered but it was locked just wanted to let you know that and thank you for clarifying the confusing I pretty wrote what you said. . Do you think I could point out in an exhibit how other attorney debt settlement firms send out their agreements before any meetings or phone calls occur. That they are up front from the beginning?
What does non verbal conduct mean and can it factor in with
What does non verbal conduct mean and can it factor in with her not communicating to us about all the content in the agreement just casually mentioning a flat fee for termination as she knows we didn't read the agreement...if I'm out in left field tell me..
Location is Anne ************ in Maryland against the CPS. I
location is Anne Arundel in Maryland against the CPS.I let them talk to my kid alone (bad mistake i know) anyway they wanted to come to my home to look at my kid's bed (i don't know why) i told them not without a warrant then i said i would take a picture of the bed. My question is am i required to give them a picture ? i dont want to "help" their case against me. So should i send them one?Is there anyway to make sure they dont talk to my kid behind my back ?And what should my next step be ?this is my first time dealing with CPS so would be nice to have a lawyer with me next time they come asking for a meeting if you guys/girls know of any :DAnddetails of the case someone reported my kid said she was torched she said to me it never happen and said same to the CPS people but as they was talking alone my kid may have said i "hurt" my girlfriend (we roughhouse a lot here). I know that sounds bad what is why i think they want to come into my home to see if there is any holes in the walls or something as a bed has nothing to do with the case at all.I thank you all for your time
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My ex and I have joint legal custody and I am the
My ex and I have joint legal custody and I am the non-custodial parent. One of our children turned 19 and we are walking through the process of taking them off the support that I pay. My ex is saying that a "Subsequent Child Multiplier Credit" should be applied to their column on the support calculation worksheet b/c they married someone who has a child from a previous marriage.My question is when should the "Subsequent Child Multiplier Credit" come into play and is it valid in this situation? Please make sure your answer applies to the state of Indiana.
My daughter signed for me to have temporary custody while
My daughter signed for me to have temporary custody while she obtained medical treatment and drug rehabilitation, cps became involved when my daughter tried to commit suicide. Since she had signed the temporary custody they entire into a voluntary case with my daughter for a 6 month time period while she received medical treatment and said my grand daughter was not removed from her custody and she was allowed to have her daughter with her through her rehab. My daughter's boyfriend then called cps as retaliation for an argument she and he had, stating that my daughter relapsed in her addiction, and cps came and collected my granddaughter with no word to me what so ever after they stated she could be in her mother's care. There is no actual evidence of "failure to protect" . How do we get this dismissed? Can my temporary custody that predated cps evolvement be of use in getting my granddaughter returned?
In California, when filing for separation. Do I have to list
In California, when filing for separation. Do I have to list all our assets when I file or cAn I just file to start the separation?I was told by people once I file for separation then I won't be financially responsible or linked to anything he does financially after the separation date??I am asking because he is very reckless and drinks and drives and I don't want to be financially linked to him.