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Ca Adoption Laws?
Im Adopted And My Mom Was Telling Me That When She Adopted Me 23 Years Ago The Law Here In Ca Was That A Birthmother Has 9 Months To Change Her Mind And Take Her Baby Back...Is This Still The Same Today? If Not What Is The Timeframe?
It depends upon how the adoption is facilitated. If the arrangements are made by a licensed adoption agency, the answer is no: once a relinquishment is signed, it cannot be reversed. However, if a lawyer or facilitator arranges the adoption, the paper signed by the birth mother or birth parents is not a relinquishment--it's a different document, usually called a consent, that does include a timeframe for changing her mind. A few years ago it was 180 days--I THINK I heard that it had been shortened to 90 days.
Is Real Estate Course (Law Of Contracts Hard)?
In an undergraduate school, or in law school? In law school, Real Estate and Contracts are two different courses, and there are no easy courses in law school. But I understand undergraduate schools now have abbreviated versions of some law courses, and they may not be too bad. The general principles are not that hard to understand. Law school needs to go beyond the general principles to the working out of all the details and exceptions in case law. Memorizing those case names and major facts came so hard to me that it was a relief when the financial aid was pulled out from under me and I had to quit.
Statutory Versus Case Law?
Whats The Difference Between Statutory Law And Case Law?
Statutes are created by the legislature. Case law is the law that is created by judges who try to interpret the statutory law and make it fit within the constitution.
Someone, who I cannot remember, but it was a famous person said once that, "there are 2 things you never want to see being made, sausages, and laws."
If you remember your 4th grade school, you were taught how a person writes a law, proposes a "bill" to the legislature and if the houses of the legislature agree, it goes to the govenor (or president) to be signed, if signed it becomes law. Also, that the US has a three branch government, the legislature, to make the laws, the executive, to execute the laws, and the judicial branch, to keep the legislature and the executive branches within the constitution by deciding if the laws are proper, and if they are being applied in a constitutional manner.
Does Anybody Know A Disability Lawyer ?
I Need One That'S Possibly In Fayetteville North Carolina. If Anyone Knows One Please Answer Back.
Here's a thought. Use Google. Use key words "disability lawyer Fayetteville NC".
I sure you will get many websites to look at, read and choose one.
Pretty sure many of us do not live in Fayetteville and have a disability lawyer on speed dial.
Divorce/ Custody, Can They Take My Baby Away?
If Me And My Husband Divorce We Are Goin To Fight For Custody Over Our 3 Month Old Son. Now I Spoke With A Stuck Up Man Attorney Just For Advice And This Is What He Told Me.. (Now I Cant Afford Him/ Or A Regular Attorney, So I Did An App For Rio Grande Legal Aid)...Anyway The Stupid Attorney (Who Is Not From Rio Grande Legal Aid) Told Me That Since I Dont Got A Job The Judge Will Get Mad. And Since I Got My Husband Fired From His Job They Could Take My Baby Away From Me Cuz That Was Inmature Of Me And I Did That Out Of Anger.. They Have No Proof Really That It Was Me Who Called But What I Did Was Call My Husbands Job And Let Them Know He Has A Felony And So They Fired Him Cuz He Did Not Tell Them About His Felony.. Is This True Can A Judge Take Away My Baby For Doing This Since My Husband Was The Sole Bread Winner??
Yes, it's true. You could (could, not will) lose custody. The judge is allowed to consider everything in custody cases. You acted out of anger, and it could show that your immature or mentally unstable. And they do have proof. If you deny it, it'll only make things worse.
But that one act in itself is probably not enough to lose custody. Now that act, plus your temper, plus the other ways you've abused your husband, plus the way you've abused your child, when you put all those things together, then you have a real problem. (I'm not saying you've done those things)
My advise to you is, first, be on your best behavior. Show that your mature, Intelligent, trustworthy, and a good parent. When the judge looks at custody, he's going to look at everything, not just one incident. You need to be on your best behavior.
The courts favor the mother, so you have that going. And he's a felon, that also works in your favor. The most likely out come is that you'll get custody. But nothing for certain, and getting your husband fired will hurt you in court.
Get a lawyer. This is just as important as feeding your child and giving him a warm safe place to live. Don't walk into a custody battle without a lawyer.
Make nice with your husband. Give him a reason to say "ok, I'll let her raise our child". Let him know that he can have as much visitation as he wants.
It will help your case if you have a way to support yourself. And your going to have to do something anyways. Child support won't be enough to support you and your baby.
Addition. When you do things like get your husband fired, your giving him a reason to fight for custody. I know revenge can feel good, but you need to start thinking long term. It's not so much what the judge is going to say, it's more about what your husband is going to do. Fighting for custody is a long drawn out and expensive process, and so is raising a child. If you give your husband a reason to, he might drop the whole custody thing. Give a little and get a lot.
And it's not just about custody. It's about the next 18 plus years. Many things are going to come up. Hell is having a continual argument with the other parent.
Boyfriends And Trust?
Ok My Boyfriend Has This Friend Who Has A Thing For Him. And Lately She Has Been Trying Everything She Can To Get Him To Like Her Back. Me And Him Have Been Together Forever And Its Not That I Dont Trust Him I Just Dont Trust If One Of These Times I Just Dont Trust What She Will.
Got Any Help??
Whether you trust her or not is irrelevant. He's the one you have the relationship with.
You can't do anything about what he or she will do. You don't own either of them.
If "trust" is what you are worried about, then its a very weak relationship.
Either you trust the guy, or you don't.
If you don't, then get out. You're wasting his time and yours. It will never change. And, it isn't love. It's some kind of twisted need to control.
If you did love him, you wouldn't be spending time thinking about trust. You'd take him as he is until he gives you real reason to believe he's been unfaithful. When that happens you'll have a decision to make, dependent on your own values. Either commit the ultimate act of love and forgive. Or, decide you love (and respect) yourself more and leave.
If you're serious about a relationship "trust" should not be on your mind. Love is trust.