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Does Anyone Know If Grandparents Have Rights?
Do You Know If Grandparents Have Rights To See Their Grandchildren In Kansas?
Grandparent's rights are hard to prove in any state. In order for grandparents to be granted visitation the court wants evidence that it will be in the best interest of the child for the grandparents to have contact with the children. What further complicates the case is that the court does not want to interfere with the parenting of the child (so long as the child is not being harmed by the parents).
It's actually easier in most jurisdiction for grandparents to obtain custody of children then it is for them to obtain visitation. That is because if the parents are not properly taking care of the children, then the court will look to the grandparents as the first logical replacement for custody. But, in a visitation case the grandparents are not seeking visitation because the child is being harmed or neglected (if that were the case the grandparents would be seeking custody). They are usually seeking custody because they have no contact with the parents and the parents are denying them access to the children. While there is nothing legal saying the parents have to grant them access, there are some cases where the court will rule in the grandparents favor.
In most cases if one of the parents is deceased, then the deceased parent's parents can be granted visitation. This is also true if one of the parent's is incarcerated, serving overseas or in some cases if the parent himself (or herself) has no contact with the child (by choice or through court order).
The only other case where grandparents have a good shot at getting visitation is when the child lived with, or was raised by the grandparent for a significant amount of time. In that case you can argue that it would be determental to the health and welfare of the child to sever that relationship.
If you do wish to go for visitation then you can pick up a petition in the family court of county where the child resides. You would benefit from hiring a really good, very experienced family law attorney. He will need a build a strong case to prove that it will benefit the child for you to have visitation. Should the case go to trial, expect to be in court for anywhere from several months to a year or more.
On a personal note, grandparent visitation cases are messy and ugly. In most cases the grandparents do not win and it tears the family further apart. Before filing a petition I would urge you to consider trying to work it out diplomatically. You'll have a better chance of seeing the child, and will not bankrupt yourself in the process.
How Good Are Prepaid Legal Services?
My husband, who is an associate, and I have had a membership through PrePaid Legal Services, Inc. for about 8 years and would never not have this service. Have any of the nay-sayers tried to call an attorney for simple advice? I was an admin for a lawyer about 6 years ago and when clients simply called I charged them by the quarter hour, at a rate of $135/hour (cheap by today's standards), just for the phone call! With PrePaid these consulation calls are free, and let me tell you we get our money's worth. And, you have access to a lawyer in whatever state you have an issue in. We are landlords and have had our law firm write letters to tenants in addition to giving us legal advice in unfavorable situations. AND, the law firms associated with PrePaid Legal are top rate firms. The nay-sayers should attend one of their open houses; they'd be impressed. Plus, for an additional $1 a month you can have 24 hour access to these lawyers. So, for less than a dollar a day, can you afford NOT to have the service? Most people spend more than that on coffee a day; what do you get out of that.
Also, we totally forgot at one point that we even had the service (shame on us because there were some instances looking back where we should have used it). In that time we had contacted another law firm about getting our Will done, at an estimate of $500-$600. That alone pays for the service for up to three years!
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this service to anyone, and strongly urge everyone to get it, even if it wasn't through my husband, because I feel that strongly about it. The business is also incredible. Do you know any other way to build your own business at a startup cost of $25 (current promotion) and an overhead of less than $30 a month (you do have to have a membership to be an associate)? I don't, at least not that's legal. My husband loves this business. He's actually in Atlanta right now at a business conference and he'll be in Las Vegas in September. They have so much fun while building a strong business. It's my husband's Plan A, but it can be a great Plan B in today's insecure job market.
I urge you to at least give the service a try. Contrary to some posts I've seen, if you do decide to cancel, it is not difficult at all, but I don't know why anyone would ever want to cancel.
Do I Have A Case For The Labor Board/Attorney?
Here Is What Happened To Me During My Employment:
I Was Told By The Owner That They Where Trying To Get Rid Of An Employee. The Owner Asked That I Go With The Employee To All Of There Meetings, Walk Throughs And Forward All Emails To The Owner Via Blind Them. During This Time The Owner Told Me To Be Careful Because The Employee They Had Asked Me To Watch Was Lying To The Owner By Saying I Wanted To Quite And That I Wasn'T Going To Be A Long Term Employee. The Employee In Question Continued To Spread Rumors And Was Jeopardizing My Job.
The Relationship Between The Owner And The Coworker In The Past Was What Other Coworkers Saw As A Romantic Relationship. The Owner And The Employee Would Hang Out, Go To Clubs, Bars And Meetings Together. I Was Even Told By The Owner That He Was Bought Tires For His Car, All Medical Bills Paid For, Presents For His Kid And Was Even Bought Cloths Among Other Things.
The Whole Office Was Now Caught Up In This Mess. The Owner Would Rant And Rave Using Foul Language To Describe Her Mood And Her Frustration With Everyone. On More Than One Occasion I Was Told To &Quot;Shut The F Up&Quot;. I Was Even Told If I Would Quite, She Would Destroy My Reputation And Make It Impossible For Me To Work In The Industry Again.
On Another Occasion, I Was Asked To Go In The Owners Office And Was Told The Following:
My Energy Level Was To High And To Bring It Down.
I Dont Listen.
When I Has Asked About Getting Further Feed Back And Examples Of What I Was Doing Wrong, I Was Told &Quot;I Cant Think Of Anything But That'S What I Remember&Quot;.
When The Employee Was Finally Terminated, The Attitude With Me Changed. The Owner No Longer Associated Themselves With Me And Tried The Best They Could To Distance Themselves From Me.
I Asked On Several Occasions If I Was Improving And What I Could Do To Move Forward. I Was Told I Was Doing Fine.
During My Employment I Was Never Properly Trained, No Goals Where Made Clear And Had No Direction.
As A Result, 3 Business Days From My Third Month There I Was Let Go. I Was Told &Quot;I Wasn'T A Good Match For The Company&Quot;. I Asked For Specifics And Was Told I Didn'T Listen. I Was Told &Quot; That'S Just Something I Can Remember&Quot;.
So Over All With All This.....I Felt I Was Hired Just To Help Get Someone Fired. I Had No Clear Goals, No Goal Milestones And No Direction. From Verbal Abuse To Told That If I Quite The Owner Would Make It So I Couldn'T Work In The Industry Again.
I Dont Know If I Have A Case...Being That I'M In California...Employers Can Fire With Out Warning.
A case for what? The labor board will enforce labor laws but there is no law that was violated as long as you got paid for the work you did. No law requires training, goals, or progressive discipline. If you want to work for an employer that has none of those, you are free to do so.
Service Dog Laws In Oregon?
I Am Wondering How To Get A Dog Certified As A Service Dog In Oregon. Can They Be Certified To Help With Social Anxiety? I Can'T Bring Myself To To Out Of The House Alone To Even Go To The Store And The Only Way To Go Would Be To Bring My Dog With Me. The Problem Is That I Would Need To Use Public Transport In The Place I Might Be Moving And Only Service Dogs Are Allowed To Ride With Their Owners.
Trained service dogs are the only ones that are allowed to go anywhere with the handler. They are trained to help with a disability.
Therapy dogs are dogs that go into hospitals, nursing homes and other places to provide some comfort to people who need it. These dogs get special permission to go to these places, but are not allowed in other public places such as malls or restaurants. They are pets who get to visit people, usually for not more than a couple hours a month.
If you have severe anxiety, then you need to talk with your doctor about the possibility of getting a service dog. There are organizations that do train dogs to help in social situations, but there are long waits and there can be costs to it.
Even if a pet is comforting to you, they might not be good as a service dog. Service dogs need to be calm in public, ignore people, distractions and other dogs. It takes a lot of training and socialization for a dog to be a service dog.
Irrevocable Trust ?'S?
In An Irrevocable Trust, Does The Trustee Have Access To The Assets Before Date Of Release Of Assets? For Example, There Is An Irrevocable Trust Set Up For Me From My Father. My Mother ( Who Is Divorced From Dad), Is The Trustee. I'M Not Sure When The Assets Are To Be Turned Over To Me. Does Mom (Trustee) Have Rights To Access The Trust?
Trusts can be customized to meet the specifics of the situation (wants and desires of the person setting it up -- your father in this case) even when they follow standard formats. There is no single answer to your question. You would have to look at the trust documents.
Speaking generically, trusts for minors are often set up to "expire" at ages of "majority" that are basically societal norms (18,19,21, or 25) but they can go on longer if the money is significant and/or the grantor (your father) thinks the beneficiary (you) might not be good with money at a standard age. For example, a trust might say "at age 25 if the beneficiary is married and has a 4 year degree, age 30 otherwise." Since it is unlikely that you have a trust worth big money ($1 million or more), I would guess yours is age 21.
Yes, the trustee is generally granted broad authority to use the money for the benefit of the beneficiary. This is particularly true of smaller trusts (under $100,000) and those entrusted to someone who will put their needs behind that of the beneficiary (mothers would fit into this category). The assumption in this case (and I would bet in yours) is that money is suppose to be "gone" by the time you turn 21 or 25. It is there to raise and care for you as a child (as if your father was paying child support) and if there is anything left over it is used to put you through college.
I Have Been So Slandered By A Person Who Is Jealous Of Me?
This In Turn Is Preventing Me From Having A Job And Has Ruined My Life Slowly Im Desperate To Have This Issue Resloved Or Seek Legal Advice Help????
seek legal advice, but also is this other person really capable of doing such damage to you?... have they managed to ruin your record or credit, or some public documantation that employers have access to regarding your life? because truly these are really the most damaging, unless they managed to print an article or something about you in a major publication,... if so, then they have indeed defamed you. if not, then it's just gossipy hear-say, and this person is a hater and just let it go... or check to see if they have any dirt on them.. and use this in court if you can to show character profile of the person....