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Criminal Law Lawyers in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Question About Visitation Rights?
I Have Full Legal And Physical Custody Of My 4 Year Old. In The Divorce Papers It Says My Ex Has Visitation But There Is No Visitation Listed Or Any Set Times Or Dates. So Does That Mean The Visitation Is Up To Me? He Lives In Another Town And Only Comes To Visit Once A Month. She Never Really Meant Anything To Him But Now He Has A New Wife And Is Pretending To Be "Super Dad" And Wants My Child To Stay The Weekends With Him And His New Wife And Her Son. They Dont Have A Room For My Daughter And He Says He Will Have Her Sleep With The Boy. To Me That Is Wrong And I Dont Want Her There Over Night. He Says I Am Selfish And Not Fair. I Think The Boy Is 5 Or 6? I Dont Know, It Is Weird And I Know I Am Over Protective, But I Am So Close With My Daughter And I Dont Want Anything To Happen To Her. Am I Being Rude Or Selfish Or Unfair? I Let Him Pick Her Up And Keep All Day When He Comes To Visit, But I Dont Let Her Stay The Night.

No the visitation is up to both parents. I am currently in court with my ex over custody and if he is to win then all he put in for visitation was as agreed the judge actually made him come up with specifics cause if we do not agree if he wins then we will be back in court... I know what you mean as my ex had nothing to do with my daughter for 6 years and all of a sudden he has settled and about to marry and they want to play happy families... but my daughter loves him and looks at him in totally different eyes to mine.. I cant stand him but i Tolerate him for my daughters sake.. She needs to know her dad. i would ask that he comes up with appropriate bedding for the child but it really isn't that big of deal if she is only staying 1 or 2 nights but any longer and bedding needs to be sorted.. even if its on a sofa.. Once they are older they really do start to see the whole picture.. My daughter is 8 and really knows that her father gives her what she wants and she takes advantage of that... when she went to visit him for the school holidays for 2 whole weeks she did nothing but sit in the house and wait for him to come home he had no time for her she is quite happy with all the clothes and accessories but when it comes time to visit him she cries and carries on but i think its important that she experiences this as she is just not going to given things for nothing she has to realise that yes there is a give and take... but she is definately seeing the full picture.. and in time your daughter will also see for herself this way when she is a teenager she cannot blame you for not knowing her father she will have had the oppourtunity to know him and decide for herself..

EDIT: chase this child support.... It really works against him in the courts if he is not up to date. Oh and i would not let my child go to any house that i did not know the address of... So until you get the address then i would not be sending her.

Certificate Showing Researched Domestic Violence Online?
Lawyer Said It Would Look Good In Court To Get Daughter. Never Was Any Domestic Violence In The Home.

Other than a screen shot of your history list showing those sites or printouts of the webpages, there is no certification that i am aware of in existence. In any event, I cant see how that would have any relevence in a legal action.

The only relevent evidence would be the police reports of domestic violence and medical evidence submitted by the plaintiff.

Evidence of your research into domestic violence would not benefit the actual domestic violence complaint for either side. It merely would show that someone was getting information to see if the reasons for the complaint were reasonable to pursue a case or if one had to mount a defense.

Where Can I Get Some Legal Help For Free?

It does depend on your issue and your situation but yes, look to your local bar association for some help about pro bono legal assistance. You may also benefit from a local law school's legal clinic program -- if there is a law school in your area, contact them about clinic or pro bono representation. Depending upon your issue/situation, most attorneys will at minimum, initially consult with you for no cost. Good luck. (Free often costs more than you'd expect.)

Texas Divorce Question?
I Left My Husband A Few Days Ago With Our 3 Year Old Son. I Told My Husband I Neede A Few Days To Think. I'M Staying At My Dads Which Is An Hour Away. All I Took Was Some Clothes And The Car. Well He'S Taken All Our Money Out Of The Checking Acct And Is Threatening Me With Changing The Locks On The House To Keep Me From Getting Anything Else Out Of There And Taking The Car, Which Is In His Name. He Put Sprint Family Locator On Our Phones Yesterday And Has Been Keepibg Track Of Everywhere I Go. Calling Me All Hours Of The Day And Nite With Threats Abt Making Sure Our Son Doesn'T End Up With Me. Anyway, My Question Is, I'M Seeing A Lawyer Tomorrow Abt Starting The Divorce, And I Would Like To Get A Few Things From My House Today. Just Things I Need. Nothing Big And Nothing That Clearly Isn'T Mine. But I'M Getting Conflicting Advice Abt It My Dad Is Telling Me To Wait Until I'Ve Seen A Lawyer Before Going Up There For Any Reason But Friends Are Saying Go Now. I Already Told My Husband I'D Bring Our Son Up There And He Could Visit With Him While I Got Some Stuff. My Dad Thinks He Might Try To Take Off With My Son. I'M Not Sure He Would But U Never Really Know. Should I Go Today Or Wait Til After I See A Lawyer?

Either wait until you speak with your attorney or try to get a deputy sheriff to go with you to the home to collect what essentials you need. Stop discussing your issue with your 'friends' and do not take advice from them. They are acting on emotion, not common sense. Your dad seems to be the only one who is actually thinking. There is nothing in that house you cannot do without right now....unless you left your next breath there.

Question On Foreclosure Litigation Attorney...?
I Would Like To Know What Type Of Degree I Need For This, And Any Other Information Would Help Lots. Please Someone Help. Thank You

You would have to attend a recognize law school to obtain a degree in law specializing in real estate law.

There might other sub titles in the law field that covers real estate law. You would have to check with your career counselor about these sub titles and what they offer as well as the school requirements to specialize in the sub titles of real estate law and get your degree.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

"FIGHT ON"

Assault Charges On A Minor?
Tonight One Of My Supposed Guy Friends Attacked My Friend Who He'S Been Feuding With Because She Denied His Prom Invite. He Sped His Car Over To Me And My Friend Leaning On The Hood Of Our Other Friends Car And Literally Came To Run Into My Friend. I Stepped In The Way An Told Him To Back Off And Just Leave, He Continued To Ram His Car Into My Body And Finally Jumped Out Of The Car Screaming His Head Off, Calling My Friend Alot Of Awful Stuff And Sprinted Up To Her, Grabbed Her Hair And Tried To Slam Her Head Into The Windshield. She And I Ended Up On The Ground. The Police Know And They Went To Arrest Him For Assault And Battery On Me And My Friend So I Guess What I'M Asking Is What Do I Do Now? We All Go To School Together And The Whole Towns Gonna Know But What'S Assault Charges For A Minor In Massachusetts? Okay Thanks.

Provided you and she are completely innocent victims of his attack,
what you do now is pursue ALL possible charges against him, in both
criminal and civil court and see that he is punished to the fullest extent of the law.

He used a motorized vehicle as a weapon, which was capable of killing both of you.
He is no longer your friend, but a mortal enemy and should be treated as such.

Your parents and hers should immediately petition the court for a restraining order
against him, as well as demand the school expel him for attacking two of its' students.

That, coupled with the restraining order, should work to keep him out of your school.

Cooperate with the police and prosecutor to ensure he is charged, tried and convicted.

When he chose to abuse his driving privileges and use a vehicle as a weapon,
he crossed the line from a simple childish squabble to a serious felonious battery.

The entire town deserves to know they have a violent, dangerous teen
living amongst them, so they can take precautions to safeguard their children, too.

Any of your classmates who refuse to recognize him as a violent thug are themselves
foolish, naive children and you should not count them as your friends either.

What charges and punishment he receives depends largely upon you and her
and your families and how tenaciously you ALL pursue justice in this matter.

Do not back down or feel sorry for him; he has demonstrated that he is
a violent, dangerous individual and needs to be dealt with severely.