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What Is The Best Way To Find A Wrongful Death Suit Lawyer In The State Of Indiana?
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How To Find A Lawyer For Very Little Money?
I Am A Single Mom. I Work Hard But Just Make Enough Money For The Regular Bills. My Ex Is Now Demanding Everyother Week With My 4 Year Old Daughter. We Do Not Have A Court Order In Place For Anything. I Do Not Think My Daughter Is Ready For Such Long Stays Away From Her Mom. She Gets Up Set And Crys Now With 3 Days Everyother Weekend. What Should I Do?
how come you guys don't have a court order??
i know how hard it is to come up with lawyer money, i helped my friend out in this exact situation, and you can try and find lawyers that do "pro bono" cases, meaning completely free.. some lawyers do this as they get an incentive for it, and some do a certain number a year for the state, so you can try and look for those..
or you can try and go with legal aid, not sure what state you're in, but I know like in Texas if you qualify, which it sounds like you would, they can get a lawyer to represent you for free or very very little money...
definitely look into resources your state offers.. and good luck with that...
Father'S Visitation Rights......?
I Am Asking This Under My Wife'S Log On.....I Lost A Battle For Visitation Rights To My Son Due To Having A Really Bad Attorney....I Pay Child Support, Paid My Ex'S Mediation Fees, Paid Half Of The Medical Bills For My Son, Paid For The Paternity Test....I Did Everything I Was Supposed To Do....Her Defense Was My Irresponsibility Due To My Age (I Am 23, She Is 33) And She Said In Court That I Was A Convicted Felon (Burglary Charge When I Was 13 Years Old) And My Attorney Did Not Say A Word To Defend Me....Sooooo....I Got Only Every Other Weekend Visitation (No Holiday, Birthdays, Father'S Day, Nothing) And She Got Sole Parental Responsibility.....We Were Not Married (In Case Anyone Asks), It Was A One Night Stand But I Am Trying To Take Repsponsibility And Be In My Son'S Life.....The Question Is.....Should I File For A Modification Of Final Judgment???? I Want My Son!!!
I am an attorney and have done family law, so I'll give you some answers based on my experience. First, maybe you did have a bad attorney, but you got a pretty standard deal. The only thing I can see which might not be standard is paying the mom's mediation fees, but that's minor. As far as your attorney not jumping up and defending you when the other attorney said that you were a convicted felon, don't worry about it. The judge is not stupid. The judge probably had paperwork indicating that you were thirteen when it happened, and it was a burglary, and that's why your attorney didn't explain that. As far as the amount of visitation time you got, every other weekend, I would say that is probably because your son is still a baby. If the judge thought that you were convicted of child molestation or something, you would have gotten no visitation. Regarding filing for modification of visitation, most states have a minimum amount of time which must go by before you can file for a modification. And actually, most couples do not follow their visitation order to the letter anyway. If you faithfully and responsibly visit your son and show this mom, who it sounds like you barely know, that you are going to be a good parent, maybe you can work something out with her informally. Most moms of toddlers would be THRILLED to have someone they trusted show up to take the child to the park, to the zoo, whatever.
I applaud you that you are determined to be a good dad to this little guy. I now know many, many of these one-night stand kind of mom and dad and baby situations, and actually they can work out great. A lot of these dads are really stepping up to the plate and being dads to these kids. And it seems like it might be an advantage that the mom and dad don't have a dating history. There aren't a lot of hard feelings. Keep on doing what you are doing. This little boy needs you.
Need Legal Advice But I Dont Have Money?
Does Anyone Know A Family Court Lawyer I Can Talk To, Just For Legal Advice? I Don'T Have Any Money To Speak Of. However, I Really Need To Know My Rights So I Can Handle My Case Legally.
You need to find your nearest legal aid. Lawyers do not provide legal advice for nothing, just as butchers and bakers and candlestick makers don't provide their product for free.
I'm sure you'll see several people advising "most lawyers will provide a free 1 hour consultation", since that's the prevailing myth. In fact, a lawyer will meet with you to discuss how they can help you, they will not advise you on how to handle your own case.
Power Of Attorney Re: Fraud?
My Mothers Sister Acted As Pof A, But The Document States That The P Of A Does Not Take Effect Until My Mom Was Deemed Incompetent, Which Never Happened. Now She Passed And Her Sister Is Executor And They Said Because She Is Deceased, I Cannot Challenge Their Actions Which I Consider To Be Fraud.The Attorney Handling The Situation Behind The Scene, States The Same Saying That He Is Now Only Concerned With The Estate. Can I File Criminal Or Civil Action To Uncover The Dirt?
Your mothers sister had a signed power of attorney by your mother so therefore she was suppose to act on your mothers behalf and seeing is how your mother never had the power of attorney voided she must of felt that her sister was doing everything just.
Why is it that you wish to challenge the acts of your mothers sister when she had power of attorney? this will help with an answer
Can A Juvenile File/ Higher A Lawyer To File For An Expungement?
If Someone Commited A Crime When He Was An Age Of 15, Which Resulted In A Misdemeanor For The Title Battery. Can He Still File For An Expungement Under Penal Code 1203.4A? Anyone Know?
That is the CA statute, I'm guessing?
Yes, you can file for expungement of your juvenile record under 1203.4a.
While juvenile records are sometimes sealed in CA, it is not automatic and it does not apply if the juvenile was charged as an adult. Also, expunging the conviction does not seal the record unless you also petition to have that done. Instead, the record will show a change of plea to "not guilty" and a dismissal of the charges.