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Please Provide Me With Information On This Group And Where To Contact Them In The State Of Illinois
Many state laws now provide reasonable visitation rights for maternal and paternal grandparents. However, since legislation varies widely from state to state, even if you win your case in one state, you will have to start all over again if your grandchildren move to another state.
If possible, have grandparent visitation rights included in the divorce decree. If you are having a problem seeing your grandchildren, and visitation rights were not included in the decree, you can apply to the District Court for the right to visit with an unmarried minor child. However, the courts must consider whether grandparents' visitation is in the best interest of the child.
On June 5, 2000, the United States Supreme Court decided a grandparent access case called Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57 (2000). Troxel addressed what rights grandparents have to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren after their child has died and over the surviving parent's objection. The decision in Troxel - consisting of a plurality opinion, two concurrences and three dissents - further muddied an already unclear are of the law. The only clear holding from Troxel was that a "fit" parent had the right to decide whether a child's grandparents could have access to the child.
What To Do When A Legal Aid Lawyer Isn'T Doing Their Job Properly?
I'M A Single Mother, I Escaped An Abusive Relationship When I Was Pregnant With My Now Two Year Old Son. His Father Had Very Minimal To Do With Him, And Only Paid About $400 Child Support, However I Never Asked For It. I Severed Ties With Him Due To Abusive And Threatening Messages And Phone Conversations. He Found Us And Actually Broke Into Our Home Last Year. He Was Convicted Of This And Is Still On Probation. Recently He Applied For Visitation And Says It Is His Intent To Eventually Gain Joint Custody. I Responded On My Own With Denial Of Access And Requested A Protection Order To Cover My Son, As I Have A Protection Order However It Does Not Cover Him For Some Reason. I Met With My Legal Aid Lawyer Just Prior To The Hearing, The First Thing The Lawyer Told Me Was, 'You'Re Going To Lose'. I Proceeded To Present Them With All Evidence, Pictures Of Threatening Texts, Bruises, The Break In And Police File Numbers. My Legal Aid Lawyer Left Before It Was Heard And The Judge Ordered Visitation Without Examining Any Of The Evidence And Without Hearing Anything From Me. I Suppose I Could Have Been Pushy, And Made Him Hear Me, But I Was Trying To Be Respectful. I Expected A Fair Hearing And That It Would Be Set To Trial. The Judge Actually Ordered A Visit That Day Despite My Quoting Of The Family Law Act That States Procedure Otherwise.
On The Next Court Date My Lawyer Accompanied Me Into A Case Conference Where The Judge Heard A Very Minimal Amount Of Evidence, And Instead Of Addressing My Application For A Protective Order, He Just Changed The Order He Made The Previous Court Date To Be Supervised Visits At A Facility.
My Lawyer Has Not, To My Knowledge, Read Any Of The Affidavits I Have Submitted, Or Even Brought The Package I Supplied Him With To The Case Conference.
I Showed Up For Court As Directed By Him, Only To Wait Two Hours To Find Out That We Weren'T Even Scheduled For That Day. He Filed For Child Support Against My Wishes, As My Soul Concern Was The Protective Order. Then He Failed To Follow Through With The Retroactive Child Support Application.
I Contacted Legal Aid To Explain My Grievances And Wishes To Be Supplied With Another Lawyer And Was Told I Was Not Allowed Any More Changes To Counsel.
For Point Of Reference I Am In British Columbia, Canada.
What Can I Do? I Can Not Afford Another Lawyer, And I Am Trying My Best To Protect My Son In A Broken System.
That your lawyer told you, you are going to lose a case (the way he said it) before it has even commenced raises serious questions. It means he is not fit to be your counsel.
Unfortunately, there is little you can do (it's legal aid paid for by the tax payer) with all the bureaucracies and inefficiency associated with free legal aid.
I wonder why you are not allowed to change counsel. Have you changed before? Keep trying to reason with this one. There's really little you can do.
What Is The True Meaning Of Driving Under The Influence?
It means that something is in the system of the driver that has resulted in impaired judgment and or reflexes.
This is not always a "drug" and nor does it imply an illegal drug or alcohol. It can be a prescription drug or over the counter medication. Some states even allow the officer to deem the driver was "under the influence" due to exhaustion.
Where Can I Find Wi Veterinary Malpractice Attorney?
I Just Lost My Cat From Surgical Complications. She Was Given To Me After Surgery Even Though She Had Very Low Blood Pressure And Was Very Apparently Cold. They Said They Could Not Keep Her Because There Would Be No Overnight Monitoring And Did Not Refer Us To The Animal Emergency Center Until The Next Day. It Was Too Late To Save Her And We Had To Put Her To Sleep. Also, The Vet Bandaged The Incision With A Diaper (Very Unusual, Considering This Was Not How Her Post-Op Went Last Time). I Can Not Use An Out Of State Attorney Because The Federal Courts Do Not Recognize Veterinary Malpractice. I Was Also Told This Could Fall Under Property Injury Given That Pets Are Considered &Quot;Property&Quot;. I Really Prefer Someone With Compassion And Experience With Pet Loss And Knows The Right Procedures. Thank You!
Here's the problem, and I know you aren't going to like this, but under Wisconsin law, pets are treated as property. The most you are likely to collect in a lawsuit is the cost to replace the cat. You might be able to recover some of the costs that were paid to the vet for the procedure, but you aren't going to get anything for emotional distress, pain/suffering for the cat, punitive damages, or anything like that. Best possible outcome would be money to replace the cat (which wouldn't be much) and a refund on any fees paid to the vet for the procedure, but recovering the whole amount paid would be a longshot.
And while your right that you can't use an out of state attorney, you are wrong about the reasons. You can't use an out of State attorney because they are (likely) not licensed in Wisconsin. This has nothing to do with federal law, because its not a federal case. To file in federal court then you and the vet would have to reside in different States. Assuming that is not the case (since it would seem odd you would go to an out of State vet), you are legally required to file in WI Circuit Court (County Courthouse) anyway.
If you want to pursue the case, start calling lawyers in your area to see if they will take it. But keep in mind, since this is treated as a property case, there isn't any big money involved, and no lawyer will be willing to take the case on a contingency fee basis. So you'll have to pay your lawyer up front....probably more just for the retainer fee than you are likely to collect from the case itself.
Juvenile Delinquent For Washington State Law?
What Is The Washington State Law?
This is a very vague question, considering there are many laws governing juvenile crimes.
Here are a few sites regarding the laws, etc. of juvenile delinquents.
Are California Child Labor Laws Really Strict?
How Hard Would It Be For Someone Under 16 To Get A Job In California? What Do You Have To Do To Get A Job In California, People With Experience In This Answers Are Appreiciated! Anyones Answers Are Appreiciated! Oh, Except Those That Are Promoting Those, &Quot;Work Online!&Quot; Scams, It'S Getting Old.
the federal child labor laws are fairly strict California follows them for the most part. you can work at 14.
14 and 15 year olds have limited hours they are allowed to work and are as follows:
when school is in session:
no work during normal school hours
no more then 3 hours on school days
no more then 8 hours on non school days
no more then 18 hours a week
no later then 7pm
never before 7am
never more then 6 days a week
when school is out of session:
no later then 9pm
no more then 8 hours per day
no more then 40 hours per week
when states and federal labor laws are different the stricter law is enforced.
places you can work at 14 or older include:
restaurant(not just fast-food),
amusement park, or
gasoline service station just to name a few……………….
different companies have different policies about hiring minors so just apply the worse thing that can happen is they say no. when you go dress neat, clean, and appropriately for the business, be polite and ask for an application and the appropriate time to bring it back. you will need references so talk to teachers, clergy, coaches, anyone you have done casual labor for, friends parents etcetera be sure to ask if you can use them as a reference and let them know to expect calls from employers
info about work permits, hours a minor can work, total number of hours each week etcetera got to:
there are links for teens, parents, employers and educators for each state.