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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

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I received notice of a wage garnishment against me. It was

I received notice of a wage garnishment against me. It was filed on April 7, 2017. I went to the courthouse and asked about it, because I have no medical debt. Originally, I wage garnishment was filed on April 2, 2012 against my wife and I. At that time, we were separated for nearly 3 years. Furthermore, the summons for that original petition for indebtedness was said to have been delivered to both of us at the same time, to an address we did not live at, nor had either of us lived at. The medical bill that is the cause of this is one that my ex-wife accrued while we had already been separated for over years. I don't understand how they can have a judgement against me, because they are just now garnishing my wages, for a bill that was not mine and also since I was never legally notified of the original court date back in 2012. I have proof that the medical bill was not in my name, I have proof that I did not live at the address the court says I was served at. I have already filed a claim for exemption with the county court based on a false claim by the plaintiff and that I never received a summons. Additionally, the original petition for indebtedness expired 6 days before the renewal was filed in 2017, which doesn't seem legal in my eyes. According to Title 43 Oklahoma Statutes s 210, "Husband abandoned by his wife is not liable for her support until she offers to return, unless she was justified by his misconduct, in abandoning him; nor is he liable for her support when she is living separate from him, by agreement, unless such support is stipulated in the agreement." My wife left me in 2008 to live with another man, so how am I responsible for her medical debt that accrued while she was living with someone else?

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My stepdaughter is almost 17 and doesn't like the house

My stepdaughter is almost 17 and doesn't like the house rules. She is planning on moving outJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: WashingtonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Do we have to pay child support to her?

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I am divorced with full custody of my two children. In my

I am divorced with full custody of my two children. In my divorce papers it says my x gets the kids 65 days per year. He only see and takes the kids 1 night a month. Now he wants to take them to an adjoining state and have them for two weeks. Do i allow it?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Im in oregon and he now resides in washingtonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I informed child services about the change of address. But he nor i have informed the courtJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes i told him that i was thinking about moving with the children to another state. Since then hes been very hostile towards me. Ive changed my mind about moving for the present moment until the kids are older. He says hes going to take the kids and he'll get full custody. I told him i would drop them off and he wants to pick them up. I dont think he has accomodations for the kids. Thats about it

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Can you use legally self-defense to the same force in

Can you use legally self-defense to the same force in physical fight against a New York City police officer?

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If a father in Wisconsin has 50/50 custody with the mother

If a father in Wisconsin has 50/50 custody with the mother of his children, and mom loses custody because of abuse, Does the father have to take custody ? And if he doesn't would there be repercussions for him?

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My original divorce decree stated I had first right of

My original divorce decree stated I had first right of refusal if parent will be absent for more than 24 hours or out of town on business. In 2010 we had amended the decree pertaining to visitations. However, her attorney in the revised decree omitted the first right of refusal clause. She has since violated this clause numerous times and says because that clause no longer exist and she does not have to abide by this clause. I have been told the original clause is still in effect even though it was omitted and was not part of the amendment. Please advise.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: As far as her violating this clause? No.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, I just want to know if should notify the police if I have grounds to stand on, because I know she will be violating it again this Friday and has told me to feel free to call the police.

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I am going to be a witness for my son in his case to have

I am going to be a witness for my son in his case to have visitation with his children. He is representing himself. If the Mom's attorney asks a question that is unfair, can I say I feel it is unfair or irrelevant?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: FloridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: My son has done that. He had an attorney but can no longer afford one so he is on his own. His ex wife is being pretty dirty.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I really don't know. I am so nervous it's making me ill!

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I purched my home prior to marriage and I have been out of

hi... yes I purched my home prior to marriage and I have been out of my home since 2016.. I have been paying mortgage all on my own since I bought it.... my wife has never paid one payment.... my current living situation is bad I have to move out as it is an illegal garage conversion... I moved out because she was very abusive but now I need somewhere to live...I cant afford to continue to pay a house payment that I cant live inJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: im in californiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yes but her attorney keeps avoiding the house situation...so I will need to move back to my home by may 1 with my current girlfriend her attorney is playing gamesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no

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