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My husband is in a very unfortunate situation. He's been

Hello, my husband is in a very unfortunate situation.He's been taken to jail yesterday evening after returning his daughter to her mother cause his babymother called the police in him over child support.My husband had a very rough period cause he didn't have any work in a long time also due to his physical health.I've been telling him for more than a year that he should consult a lawyer cause his babymother wouldn't let him see his daughter at all except every once in a blue moon.He's been taken to court today and the judge didn't care about his situation at all. She told him that his bail was 4000 $ and incase he couldn't pay he would have to stay in Jail and get permission to leave for a job and return back to jail after until he's able to cover the 4000$.I would like to know if he has any rights concerning his child.It is not like he chose to be in that situation.He loves his daughter and the situation is slowly killing him.

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I am a beneficiary to my mothers will along with four

I am a beneficiary to my mothers will along with four brothers. One brother is the execetor. He has not provided the amount of money my mother had to begin with, only told us that we would each get around 18,000.00 after the house sold and the remaining amount of the house was paid off along with the rest of her bills. All we were told by our parents is that whatever was left would be divided between us equally as far as financially. My brother is not presenting anything to us as far as figures. Next he is wanting us to go to a bank and have a statment notarized that we will accept 18,000.00 as the amount from the estate. There has been no meeting with an attorney or anything, just his word of mouth about how much money there is for each of us. I feel like we should have details of where all the money is going but he is saying if we want that it means we are contesting the will and must go to court or something. It just seems to me that he should provide this to us automatically. I am trying not to be difficult. It does not seem right, I want to know how much money was there to begin with, is this wrong? Need some advice.

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I currently moved into an apartment that was out of my

I currently moved into an apartment that was out of my budget until my ex boyfriend who is also the father of my unborn child said not to worry and told me he would pay 300 dollars a month to help with the difference. He had also promised to pay my bills for the month of Aug as well, however, went back on that promise yesterday after starting a fight. Everything he said he would do is in texts from him. Is there anything I can do to hold him accountable?

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I live in Kentucky I took care of infant it started at 3

I live in Kentucky I took care of infant it started at 3 month and lasted until she was 1 year old so became attached. me and grandmother who has custody now had argument. Not allowed visitation now. believe the baby is in a bad situation not being taken care of .do I have any legal rights. this woman is a depressant that has attempted suicide .has ben diagnostic with bipolar and multiple personality. Lives with another woman that is court ordered not to be around children feel like I need to be doing something

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In the state of Oklahoma can an unmarried mother of a 17

In the state of Oklahoma can an unmarried mother of a 17 month old baby relocate out of state if there is no custody agreement in placeJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Relocation has already been in affect for 1 month the child's father who never maintained and consistent visitation nor filed for custody and at one point said he was giving up his rights and moving out of state is now attempting to file for 50/50 saying the mother cannot leave the state (again relocation already happened) the mother even had told him she was moving prior to the move. Again there is no custody agreement in placeJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Mother moved from Oklahoma to Alabama

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I have a 48 year old stepson living with s mother and I. He

I have a 48 year old stepson living with his mother and I. He is having suicidal thoughts and has verbalized them on several occasions. He refuses to see a doctor or to seek counseling. Is there a legal course of action that we can pursue that will force him to submit himself to the care that he desperately needs

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I just had guardianship of daughter renewed in Wagoner Co.

I just had guardianship of daughter renewed in Wagoner Co. Ok i n May of 2016. I sent her down to see her mother for the summer. Today I get a phone call saying that she not coming back to Ohio that she staying in Oklahoma. The mother told she has the right to stop the guardianship cause she did it voluntarily but she is still on probation for felony.For for at least another year. Does she have the right to do this ?

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My grandson lives in the state of Ohio - he is 15. I realize

My grandson lives in the state of Ohio - he is 15. I realize he may choose whom he wishes to live with. My question - does it have to be one of his parents, or can he choose grandparents?

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My question is in regards to my current schedule and order.

Hi. My question is in regards ***** ***** current schedule and order. I need clarification on how to respond on a delay time for pick up on my daughter visit with her father. Our current schedule is that my daughters father gets her every other weekend starting on Saturday 9:30 a.m to Sunday 5:30p.m. Our schedule is to meet at a Certain place and city at MC Donalds for our exchanges. The only times we meet elsewhere as order only if i have to work and i can not make the meet time at Mc Donalds is first with the daycare and if DayCare is not available then either the grandparents my mother or his mother that i have for them to watch her, that is in the order. The scenario is My daughters father called me on Friday morning left a message at 9:30 a.m to see if i can meet him later like 10:30 or 11:30 a.m on Saturday morning because he says he has a Dr appointment in the morning, last minute for me. Though I don't like to be lenient with him because he is a bully and likes to change time when he sees fit him even on Holiday times that are scheduled. So my question am I suppose to look at it as though he forfits his weekend? Because I would think he either gets her and takes her with him or schedule his appointment around her time or not? I don't want to make this a convenience in the schedule because i see in the near future complications following the rules especially with him he needs to understand he can not be flexible what was order. I do understand late arrivals when exchanging like 30 min possibly not sure? But he also called back and left another message if i can drop our daughter off at his mother home. But i do not want him get comfortable with me taking her for his convenience. Sorry but i need what the law requires me to do and not? Please help me understand. I already given like two Holidays in the past his convenience in time he only wanted day visits instead of over nights in those two past Holidays that he was supposed to have over night and a longer time he cut the time short is what he wanted. Thank you Kindly. I am in Torrance, CaliforniaTheresa

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