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Birth Injury Lawyer in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Who Are Better Liars, Politicians Or Lawyers?

Better for lying? Lawyers are generally more specific in their lies, case oriented. Lawyers lie to a smaller crowd. Politicians have to lie to a whole bunch of people. There is much overlap between politicians and lawyers. Once a lawyer can lie really well he/she goes into politics.

Parenting Plan Help!?
Just To Keep It Very Short; My Bf'S Baby Mama Is An Unreasonable Person. She Has Recently Unblocked Him On The Phone So She'S Now Letting Him Facetime His Son Again. He Was Blocked For A Couple Months And She Changed Her Mind Bcuz She Needs Something From Him. Anyways, So They'Re Planning On Doing A Parenting Plan (Keep In Mind She Lives In Another State Bcuz She Lied Saying She Was Visiting Family, No She Was Moving There). She Wants Him To Fill Out The Parenting Plan And Then Mail It To Her So She Can Look Over It And If She Needs Too, Do Any Revisions. -.- Stupid. What'S The Point?! Anyways, She Doesn'T Like Me And Doesn'T Want Me Around Their Son. My Question Is: In The Pp Can She Forbid Me From Being Around Their Son? I Mean, I'M No Threat To Him And I'Ve Been Around Him Up Until She Told Him I Couldn'T Be And Then She Moved. Also, Should He Just Turn In The Pp Himself Instead Of Mailing It To Her? Much Appreciated! They'Re An Unmarried Couple Btw.

For starters, try to take a step back and avoid anything that goes on with them involving their son. As hard as it may be, keeping your distance from the whole situation will be the most beneficial for you and especially for your boyfriend since he is trying to establish a relationship with your son. You don't want to cause drama with her or be the reason why she is keeping her son away. Be respectful, mature, and don't blast her on social media or to anyone who would report back to her.

Family Custody laws vary from state to state so this might not apply towards what they are working with, but usually there is very little the mother can do about who the father brings around the child. The only way she can prevent certain people around her son is if she has solid evidence that they are unhealthy to be around child and pose a serious risk of placing that child in harms way. Usually this is if the person has recent prior conviction of a serious crime, drugs, alcoholism, is abusive, or has a serious untreated mental illnesses, etc. She can't force her ex to keep his significant other away from their child just because she doesn't "like" you or because she is jealous.

Just as brief example, if you guys were married the courts would deem you as a stepmom and that you have every right to be involved with the son (as long as you don't do any of things I listed above). You can't make important decisions or technically have "rights" over the child, but courts will allow you to be a parental figure in their life and care for them as a child.

A Parenting Plan is actually a GOOD thing, something you should support. Letting both parents view and revise (make any adjustments, recommendations, or changes) is a fair and proper thing to do. It's all part of co-parenting and coming to a reasonable decision.

Just encourage your boyfriend to continue fighting for his son. He do everything in his power to be a regular part of his sons life. No matter how much of a fight she puts up, or how difficult, unreasonable, or frustrating she may get, he should never give up. There are ways for parents to come to terms on child visitation and custody, even when they live in different states. Also, encourage him to keep up with child support since that is a very important part of having a child (finically providing for them).

Just remember: she is the mother. She is going to have a little more authority and control over the situation since she is the primarily caregiver. As much as you dislike or disagree with her, remain mature in every situation and be as respectful to her as possible. Just because she doesn't like you or she doesn't treat you right doesn't mean you should treat her the same. Take the higher road and act like the adult every time.

Legal - Custody Of 5 Year Old?
I Am A 23 Year Old Mother With Two Kids And Pregnant With My Third Child. I Am Responsible And I Take Very Good Care Of All My Children. I Have Worked Very Hard Since I Was 16 Years Old. My First Son Is From A Prior Relationship, When I Was Young And Dumb And In Love With The Wrong Boys. I Was 18 Years Old When I Gave Birth To Him. His Father Was Never There For Him, Unless We Were In A Relationship He Saw Him About Twice A Month For 30 Min. Just After His First Birthday He Went To Prison For Two Counts Of Burglary, On Top Of That He Was Gang Related. He Has Gang Tattoos And He Spend 3 Years And 9 Months In Prison. He Just Got Out This October. I Try To Give Him A Second Chance At Being A Good Father. I Let Him Have Him For A Few Days Here And There, Where His Dad Lived With His Girlfriend And Her 3 Kids. Now Keep In Mind That My Son Is Not An Angel But He Is A Very Well Behaved Child, He Has Had A Father Figure In His Life For 3 Years (That Being My Fiancé And The Father Of My Other Children) If You Sneeze He Says Bless You, He Says Please And Thank You And Is An All-Around Good Child. I Get A Call From His Father When He'S At His House Saying That My Son Was Talking About Sex With His Girlfriend Kids In The Bath Tub, Then I Get A Call That My Son Got Kicked Out Of A Park Because He Jumped A Poor Little Boy For No Reason Again With Her Kids. So I Told Him He Is No Longer Going To Be Around Her Kids Because They Are Not A Good Influence On My Baby. She Has Her Newborn Baby With A Bandana Around His Head On Facebook, Her Kids Looking Like Little Minnie Gangsters. This Worries Me. So I Stopped Him From Having Contact With Them Kids. I Ask Him For 20 Bucks To Help Pay For His Allergy Meds That Costs Me Around $150.00 A Month. He Could Not Even Do That, But Yet He Has Money To Go Out And To Do Things. Not Because I Don’T Have The Money But Because He Should Help To He Is The Father. My Fiancé Pays For His Insurance Monthly. I Have Asked Everyone! What Do You Think I Should Do And Everyone Says I Would Never Let My Child Around Him In The First Place. I Asked A Lawyer And They Said Since He Signed The Birth Certificate He Has Legal Right Until I Prove Him Unfit Father In Court. My Questions Is How And What Do I Need To Prove Him To Be Unfit. What Do I Need To Do To Get This Done And Personally If You Were In My Situation Would You Take Him Away From Him Forever. Please Help! I Need Opinions I Need Whatever I Can Get.

The attorneys are right. Each parent has legal rights & responsibilities to their children. Such as spending time with the child.
HOWEVER, now that you are split up WITHOUT any court orders AND you are keeping the child in your custody, you can determine what you feel is in the best interest of your child. Meaning, you can cease allowing visitation with the father as long as the father is putting the child in a dangerous situation.
If you make this decision, it can BACKFIRE. You could be seen as causing interference with the father-child relationship IF your ex decides to take the matter to court.
So you have three choices:
1-You make 100% of the decisions affecting your child. Keeping in mind that some or all of those decisions may be used against you in a court of law at a later time.
OR
2-You & your ex need to design some visitation ground rules that you both agree to. Best to write them out (& sign them in front of witnesses).
OR
3-Let a court decide what each of your parental rights shall be. This will cost you both a lot of money & may or may not end how either of you would like things to be.

As to being an "unfit parent," nothing you have described is cause enough to call your ex "unfit." At most, it may warrant supervised visitations. If that.
A parent is unfit if they put the life of their child in imminent danger. Bad parenting choices do not always equal danger. Check your local laws about gang affiliations being just cause for imminent danger.

What I would do (have already done) would be to never let the 1st visitation be without me staying the whole time in order to assess the fitness of the environment my child was being exposed to. What I'd do now is to write down a list of rules regarding visitation. Then I'd have a sit down with my ex to discuss why each item is important. Once we have come to an agreement about the rules, I'd inform him that he either needs to follow the rules or bring me to court to have the rules changed. And be ready to go to court.

Divorce Court?
Okay, My Parents Had A Divorce 3 Years Ago. In Nov. My Dad Decided To Take My Mom To Court About Our Scedual. Is It Right That He Did Not Tell My Brother And I About It And That We Found Out About A Letter In The Mail Adressed To My Mom?

He did not tell you because he was protecting your best interests. My husband had an emergency hearing in court where the mother was notified via telephone only 24 hours in advance. We did not say anything to his son until AFTER the hearing. Had we said something, he may have told his mom about dad's plans. Don't be mad at dad for this. I'm sure he felt it was best that he not say anything that could potentially jeopardize his chances to spend more time with you.

Need A Lawyer? What Area Of Law?
Which Lawyer Do I Need For Work Discrimination? I'M Looking Up Lawyers In The Area And All I See Is Personal Injury, Work Compensation And Dui Lawyers.

THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.

OR

Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type Employment Law for employEES. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)

OR

Go to your local Public Library. Ask the Reference Librarian for their "MARTINDALE-HUBBELL" - and/or on the computer www.martindale.com - to find an attorney based on practice, geography, etc.


When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:

- Do they give >>>FREE, initial consultations for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge (per hour)?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?

Good luck.



(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)

My Boss Is Holding Me Responsible For Another Employees Theft...Advice Needed?
I Worked For A Car Rental Company As A Rental Agent...A Former Employee Stole A Rental Car Out Of The Service Department In April And Was Not Caught Until The First Week Of August...(The Car Was Sent To The Service Dept For Repair/Maintenance)...Now My Former Boss Is Withholding My Commission Checks From June/July/August To Pay For The Cost Of Rental She Lost During That Time....I Find This To Be Unfair (Since This Is Money I Earned) And I Would Like Some Additional Points To Strengthen My Argument That I Should Not Be Punished For The Other Guy'S Indiscretions...Do I Have Any Legal Argument For Her Not Paying Me... Justin

Search for an attorney. You may have a case involving inappropriate termination of employment
with malice. Your case could also affect your future employment opportunities thus lessening your future income which in the long term affects your social security retirement income.
In the meantime, don't post anymore to your co-workers and don't discuss this case with anyone but an attorney.