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Having Trouble In Relationship, Need To Get Divorced!!!?
Suggest Cheap Nyc Divorce Lawyer
No divorce lawyer is going to be cheap!
However, since you're on the internet, you might try searching this site; they're offering do-it-yourself help and forms to complete to start proceedings. Believe you ought to start with separation agreement that can be back-dated (my thoughts, not a lawyers) to cover the one-year separation. Depending on whether or not there are children involved and real property or a large estate - each of these complicates the process and adds to the costs. Do some research online to see just what NYS grounds for divorce are just so you know what's acceptable to the Courts. Several legal documents will be needed and you ought also to have a really good idea of the couple's finances and holdings and where to access these for documentation.
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What Exactly Are The Grandparent Rights?
I'M A Young, Teen Mom, Of A Beautiful Baby Boy. I Am No Longer With The Father Of My Son. And I Am Still Living With My Parents. He Lives With His Mother Too. It'S Been Alittle Over A Year Since My Son Was Born, Their Has Never Been Any Court Dates. But I Have Had Social Services Come To My Home, They Found Nothing Wrong With Me Or My House.My Ex Boyfriend Never Sees Our Son. It'S His Mother Threatening Useing Court.She Is The One Who Calls And Asks To Take Him For The Day, And She Is The One Who Called Social Services.
If Its Not The Father Of My Child Calling To See My Son, Do I Have To Let Her Take Him?
It'S Been Like This For A Year, And She'S Gotten Her Way, And Sees Him At Least Once A Week. Just Like She Asks.
My Ex Boyfriend Is Rarely There When She Takes Him,
Does She Have Any Rights?
Again, We Have Not Gone To Court.
And My Ex Boyfriend Is Not On The Birth Certificate, But They Did Have A Dna Test Done, And He Is Deffinately The Father.
They Do Not Pay Any Type Of Child Support. But They Have Paid
For Diapers Maybe Twice.
What Rights Does She Have?
Thank You So Much :]
It is up to you. They can apply for grandparents rights but you can challenge their rights and thus stop them from doing so. They have to apply to the courts first to be granted grandparents rights as grandparents rights are not a paternal or maternal right to the child so it is not automatic like a mother or father's rights.
Grandparents rights is just a legal right to see their grandchild if they have been prevented by the child primary care giver. that's all grand parents rights are and you are already letting them see their grandchild without them activating that right. Don't worry about it. Whenever your ex's parents threaten to take you to court simply turn round to them and say:
"Okay then, take me to court, you no longer get to see your grandson until the judge grants you the right to see him, furthermore, I will challenge your right and I have reported your son for not paying child support and have filed for sole custody already"
The grand parents have no more rights than you are already granting them, let them know that.
I agree with taximomuv3 that it is possible that they may try and file for custody, however, the social services have already been round following a complaint and have found nothing wrong with the care you are giving. The father has not paid child support and has not made any attempt to contact you, or go out of his way in any form, to spend any time with his own son. Furthermore, the complaint would have been filed from the opposing grandparents and on record as such, therefore, they wouldn't have a leg to stand on in the courts in regard to custody.
Carry on letting the grandparents see your son as he is going to benefit from the contact that is taking place, as long as there is no hostility between both parties in front of your son, however, you should remind them that YOU are the only one with power - not them - and that if you wanted stop them seeing your son it is your, legal, right to do so.
Everyone Else Can Find A Lawyer To Represent Them But Me?
This Has To Be The Most Stressful Situation I Ever Had To Encounter In My Life. My Union Has Acted In Bad Faith, Handled My Grievance In An Arbitrary Manner, And Showed Dishonesty Towards Me By Lying About Investigating And Wanting To Help Me. I Went To The Human Relations Commission Where I Live And Have Documented Evidence Of The Company Admitting To Doing Wrong But My Union Wants To Change Policy To Fit The Employer By Telling Me That Managers Are Allowed To Select Shop Stewards For Union Members And That The Shop Steward Who Sold Me Out And Manager Who Wrongfully Terminated Me Through Misrepresentation By The Steward Was Not Wrong . They Threw Out My Grievance And Filed And Made One Up Without Me Knowing It Was Filed, I Never Got A Copy Of It And They Withdrew It For No Reason What So Ever. I Look At Cases Like Vaca Vs. Sipes & Bowen Vs Usps And These People Had No Problem Of Getting A Lawyer To Fight The Unjust That Was Done To Them By Their Union And Employer.
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.
Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle 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.)
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. 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? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge?
- Could you make payments on your account?
-Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
(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.)
Help Can Anyone Refer A Top Notch Divorce Lawyer In Houston, Tx?
I Need To Find A Really Strong Divorce And Child Custody Lawyer In Houston But I Don'T Know Anyone To Ask, Please Help Me.
IMO finding a good divorce or personal injury lawyer is fairly difficult. You can save yourself a lot of grief and money by doing some research upfront -- talk to divorce support groups, too.
Family law problems can get quite vicious. In Toronto, Canada, the only floor in the main courthouse where ALL visitors have to go thru a metal detector is the FAMILY (divorce) courts. One lawyer got slugged in the elevator by an adverse party (spouse, or "ex" of his client.)
There is also a tendency for false physical abuse allegations.
If money is also involved, you would do well to read what happened in Redpath vs. Redpath -- private investigators made all the difference, factually.
Good lawyers have to be located by proper research.
Can A Convicted Felon Become A Lawyer, Paralegal, Or Practice Law?
I Was Convicted Of One 3Rd Degree Felony (Burglary Of An Unoccupied Structure) When I Was 17 Years Old And Served 2 Years In Prison For My Crime. I'Ve Always Been Very Interested In Law And Would Like To Know If I Could Become A Lawyer Or Work In The Legal Field. The Conviction Was In Fla. But I Now Reside In North Carolina... Any Help Is Appreciated...
If you were convicted in juvenile court, there should be no problem. If you were tried as an adult, then there will probably be a problem if you want to practice law. You would have to get the conviction expunged or get a pardon from the governor of Florida. Since paralegals don't usually have to be licensed, there should not be an problem if you want to become one.
How Do I Enforce Child Custody Agreement?
My Ex Is Not Allowing Me To Pick Up My Daughter During My Visitation Time. I Can Not Afford An Attorney. I Called The Police, They Said They Can Not Do Anything. Can I Petition The Court On My Own? What Can I Do?
Document every single time your ex refuses to let you pick up your child for the purposes of visitation (make sure you are on time with your support payments) and bring a REPUTABLE witness with you who will be prepared to testify for you in court. Then go to court and file for sole custody of your child with supervised visitation for your ex on the grounds that he refuses to allow you your authorized visitation and is interfering in the relationship you are entitled to have with your child. At the very least, your ex will be warned that refusal to permit visitation will cost him his sole custody and he will be given another chance to allow visitation. If not, bring him back to court again and then the judge is apt to switch custody. Save up for a lawyer...you need one. And yes, you can petition the court on your own...talk to the court staff to find out how to file the appropriate documents. Good luck and God bless.