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Any Family Court Attorneys Out There Willing To Go Pro Bono?
I'M An Illegal Immigrant ,.Recently Divorced With Two Kids. I Couldnt Afford An Attorney,..Because I Didnt Contest The Divorce,..The Judge Said I Was In 'Default' And Awarded Her Sole Custody,..With Supervised Visitation,...And She Is Allowed Toleave The State With My Kids Whenever She Wants. I Have Been Demanded To Pay Child Support Of $ 1,040 A Month And Have Been Currently Unemployed For Almost Two Years Due To My Illegal Immigration Status. I Earnt Great Money One Year And The Judge Based My Support From That.I Dont Have That Job Anymore Because Of My Status.I Was Additionally Dragged Into Criminal Court For Domestic Abuse.That Was A Ploy To Get Custody And Was Thrown Out.,...I Cannot See My Children,..Have Arranged With The Ex Several Times,..But At The Last Minute She Backs Out. I Originally Defaulted In My Supervised Visitation,..Because After Several Attempts To Call,..All I Got Was An Answering Machine,...The Judge Frowned Upon That And Gave Supervised Visitation Again,Advice?
First of all why do you have supervised visitation? You need to contact a father's rights group to help you out. Family court is like going back to the stone age. Go to legal aid services. Even if your not legally in this country they will help you do to no income. Why don't you get a landscaping or farm workers job? Even a busboy or kitchen help in a restaurant that will pay under the table? The courts always see that the woman are supposed to be the better parent. In actuality that both parents should be constant in a childs life. There have been studies done that prove this. Philadelphia Department of Human Services did their own study concerning how children react when fathers are forbidden to see the children. Also it focused on when fathers who see their child on a regular basis and is thrown into jail for not paying child support.
What the courts did along with your wife is called legal kidnapping of your children. You should refile custody in the courts and get a new hearing in order for you to get visitation or partial custody. Also, your wife can not leave the state with your children without your permission if she flies. She can not leave the country without your permission. It is kidnapping and you can report it. This past year the state of PA passed a law that if a person files a false PFA and it is found out that it is false that person will do no less than 6 months in jail for perjury. Family court is the most abused court system in the country. Fathers have no rights at all. Our basic right is thrown out. Judges won't change the sytem. Lawyers are too afraid or worried if they try to fight the system that they won't make their money. Lawyers are the problem to the system. Judges that were lawyers are lawyers who couldn't make it as lawyers and now are screwing the system even more. As a divorced father of 2 children I am always being dragged into court for one thing or another. I do see my children every week on a regular basis.
Custody Vs. Guardianship?
My Ex Currently Has Physical Custody Of Boys, We Share Joint Legal. Kids Are 15 & 16. They Came For Summer Visit & Refused To Go Back To Dad. We Are Now Battling It Out In Court. I Didn'T Force Them To Go Back. Now Ex Says He Will Give Me 'Guardianship' Not 'Custody' Of The Boys. He Is In The Military & I Guess He Can Do This Under Some &Quot;Soldier Act' From 1939. What'S The Difference Between Having Legal Guardianship Or Legal Custody. Seem Like It Would Be The Same Thing. Anybody Know?
What state are you in? Each state defines custody and guardianship a little differently.
For example, the Illinois Probate Act defines "Guardian" as a legal representative of a minor.
The Juvenile Court Act contains perhaps the best and most comprehensive definitions:
(7) "Emancipated minor" means any minor 16 years of age or over who has been completely or partially emancipated under the "Emancipation of Mature Minors Act", ...
(8) "Guardianship of the person" of a minor means duty and authority to act in the best interests of the minor, subject to residual parental rights and responsibilities, to make important decisions in matters having a permanent effect on the life and development of the minor and to be concerned with his or her general welfare. It includes but is not necessarily limited to:
(a) the authority to consent to marriage, to enlistment in the armed forces of the United States, or to major medical, psychiatric, and surgical treatment; to represent the minor in legal actions; and to make other decisions of substantial legal significance concerning the minor;
(b) the authority and duty of reasonable visitation, except to the extent that these have been limited in the best interests of the minor by court order;
(c) the rights and responsibilities of legal custody except where legal custody has been vested in another person or agency; and
(d) the power to consent to the adoption of the minor, but only if expressly conferred on the guardian in accordance with Section 2-29, 3-30, or 4-27.
(9) "Legal custody" means the relationship created by an order of court in the best interests of the minor which imposes on the custodian the responsibility of physical possession of a minor and the duty to protect, train and discipline him and to provide him with food, shelter, education and ordinary medical care, except as these are limited by residual parental rights and responsibilities and the rights and responsibilities of the guardian of the person, if any.
In AZ, A guardianship can be filed when someone other than the parent wants to be appointed by the Court to take over parental responsibilities and neither living parent (whose parental rights have not been severed [terminated or cut off] by Court order) will file papers or go to Court to oppose the appointment. Guardians take over parental responsibilities for making decisions regarding housing, medical care, and education, among other things, for as long as the guardianship lasts. An order of guardianship is good until the Court changes or dismisses it, the child turns 18, or either parent files papers to terminate the guardianship. Guardianship is based on the parents' permission, or at least their failure to object to the guardianship. If either of the
parents later changes his or her mind and lets the Court know that he or she objects to the guardianship, the Court has no choice but to end the guardianship, but may refer the matter
for investigation as to whether a Dependency is needed.
How Can I Find A Lawyer In Jonesboro Ga. For A 15 Year Probation Vialation?
I Have Been A Brother That The Police Pulls Over Often And When They Run His Tag In They Find Out That He Have A 15 Year Vialation And Will Not Extradite What Must He Do
You can either call the local bar association for a referral (you usually get the next lawyer on the list who practices in that area) or you can search on martindale.com. A lawyer who has a peer rating of AB on martindale.com is considered to be a good choice by the ratings of other lawyers.
The lawyer referral number for the Clayton County Bar Association is (678) 467-6881.
Where Can I Find A Free Lawyer To Talk To?
I Believe I Was Harrassed By A Debt Collector Over The Phone How Do I Kno If My Claim Is Correct? He Used Abusive Language, He Implied Threats, He Posed A Lengthy Series Of Abusive Comments Like How Inconsiderate And A Bad Person I Was Without Letting Me Talk, I Told Him I Was 17 Years Old And He Kept Going And He Interferred With My Privacy.
Contact your state bar association, which is easily found through a Yahoo search engine. They each have a referral service.
You may be able to get action without even getting a lawyer. What the collection agency did is illegal. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (a law) & The Federal Trade Commission, FTC, (the agency to enforce that law) both are federal regulators of collection agencies. The FDCPA allows aggrieved consumers to file private lawsuits against a collection agency that violates the Act. The FTC may take action against a noncompliant collection agency, including issuing fines, ordering damages, restricting its operations or even closing it down. According to Section 813 of The Act, you could be awarded up to $500,000 in civil court after suing this debt collector. You should contact within one year a lawyer who is admitted to the Federal Bar in your state, as this is a federal law. Ask the lawyer if you can do it on a contingency basis, which could mean no or little upfront money and a percentage taken out of the award.
How Much Does A Traffic Attorney Cost?
Considering Using An Attorney To Fight A Silly Ticket We Got, How Much Does It Cost? We Live In Washington And It Occurred Across The Border In Oregon.
All attorneys have their own rates so you would need to check around in the jurisdiction where you have to appear. If there is anyway you can just pay it off you may be better off because even for a silly little traffic tickets you can figure $500.00 or more depending on who you find.
Which Law Dictionary Should I Buy?
I Am A Fresh Advocate Working In Calcutta High Court, India. I Am In Need Of Buying A Law Dictionary. I Want To Buy A Good One,Which Would Help Me Throughout My Life.....Of Around Rs. 5,000/- Or More May Be. But I Dont Know Which One To Buy. A Book-Seller Had Offered Law Lexicon. But Somebody Told Me That A Law Lexicon Is Not A Dictionary In Its True Sense.Strangely, I Didn'T Find The Meaning Of The Term 'Resjudicata' In It ! So, I Am Left Undecided. Can Anybody Tell Me Any Guiding Principle Of Judging A Good Law Dictionary? Or, Can Anybody Suggest A Name?
Black's Law Dictionary is the most popular, at least in the US.
Also, res judicata is two words.