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Does He Have To Give Me His Lawyer Information?
The Father Of My Kid Said If I Take Him To Court For Child Support He Is Going To Go For As Much Custody As He Can. I'M Not Sure But If He Does Doesn'T He Have To Give Me His Lawyers Name And His Lawyer Has To Share Anything That Is Involved In The Case Right? ( Like Texts,) But I Am A Single Mother Supporting My Child So I Can Not Afford A Lawyer. I Would Unfortunately Be Representing Myself.
Any Help Is Appreciated, And Any Kind Of Help Is Appreciated Please!
You need an attorney, in situations like yours, the person with the best attorney wins. You will have to make sacrifices to pay an attorney, but what is your child worth to you?
Immediately call the local women's shelter and ask to speak with a counselor. The counselor should have a list of attorneys who do free work, or will work with you on payments, and should be able to assist you.
The information you want, must be obtained by court order in response to a "Discovery" request filed by your attorney.
Your attorney will find out who your ex's attorney is the same way you will find out. It will be on the court papers you are served with. Nothing requires anyone to tell the name of the opposing parties attorney.
Need Legal Information?
My Employer Has Repeatedly Failed To Pay Me On My Designated Payday. I Found That This Is A Valid Reason To Quit And I Would Be Eligable For Unemployment Benifits In My State Of California. I Have Now Found Out That My Employer Has Not Reported Any Of My Wages For A Least The Past Two Years. This Is Illegal. He Has Not Only Not Been Paying Me But He Has Been Pocketing My Taxes He Deducts From My Checks. I Have Every Paystub From This Job Over The Past Eight Years. I Need To Know Who To Report This To.
You may report it to both the California Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service for state and federal payroll tax fraud/evasion.
California Employment Development Department
3321 Power Inn Road, Suite 140
Sacramento, CA 95826
more information at https://eapply4ui.edd.ca.gov/eddcomm/frm...
For the IRS:
Internal Revenue Service
Fresno, CA 93888
more information at http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0...
A Place For Fathers ? Free Legal Assistance ?
I Wanted To Know If There Is Any Free Legal Assistance For Father'S In California. I Have Joint Child Custody With My Ex. Its Been A Little Over 2 Years That I Have Last Seen My Son. I Have Always Felt The Judge Was Not Fair. At The Time I Had Just Started To Work After Being Laid Off. Felt I Really Couldn'T Do Much At He Time. My Ex Won'T Let Me See My Son Because I Will Not Lock Up My Dog In A Kennel For 72 Hours ! This Unfair Because She Is Part Of The Family ! I Am Really Looking For Help So Please Help Me !
Check the phone book for local Legal Aid offices. They provide legal services on a sliding scale of income.
Also, try contacting the California State Bar and asking for their referral service. They may be able to put you in touch with a pro bono attorney.
Legal Advice Please - Child Support To A 21 Year Old Sibling?
My Sister Has Been Living With Me For 7 Months (She's 17) Due To An Abusive Incident That Occured At My Parents' House. My Mother Has Refused To Relinquish Her Rights As The Guardian, Even Though She Pays No Money To Me For Having My Sister Here And Though My Sister Has A Job And I Do Support Her In Many Ways Comfortably, It's Beginning To Take It's Toll On My Way Of Life. Money Is A Lot Tighter And I've Called Many Legal Aids/Councilors/Lawyers To No Avail. I Can't Find A Probono Attorney Because Most Of The Hotlines Say That I Make Too Much Money (Which Is Only $3500/Month Collectively Between My Husband And I, And Bills, Food, And Rent Take It All Pretty Much Take It All) For Certain Assistance. With No Guardianship Rights, It's Not Particularly My Responsibility To Pay For My Sister To Live Here; But I Do. My Mother Is Getting Off Easy And I Don't Know How To Go About Getting Her On Child Support And Getting Effective Legal Aid For Free. Any Advice Is Appreciated.
You should approach your mother with an offer, help out with the expenses or we will file for child support, where is your father is he not able to assist if not have your sister to contact the legal aid society for your area and they could advise you.~
For A First Time Dui Offense (21 Years Old) With One Prior Misdemeanor, Is It Necessary To Hire A Lawyer? I Hear Yes From Some People And No From Others, So Am Unsure As To What To Do. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated. Thanks.
This Is In The State Of California By The Way
The DUI itself is going to cost you a lot. The penalties for a first offense are pretty standard. I'd save my money and just deal with the courts on your own. If you are in a position of affording it though hire a really good lawyer that specializes in DUI offenses. The really good ones can get anyone out of anything. They will dispute the accuracy of the breathalizer by questioning the last time it was calibrated. The ground on which you took the impaired skills test (walking the line) did it have any pebbles or loose rocks on the ground. Did you burp at all before giving the breathalizer they are suppose to wait 15 minutes before giving the test. A really good lawyer will get you off so really it all depends on your economic situation
This One Is For The Lawyers??????
How Legal Is It To Fire Someone From Allegedly Selling Drugs On Work Property With Only Word Of Mouth And No Evidence......This Was The Situation......There Were Two Employees One Was In His Car And The Other Came Over To It Opened The Driver Side Door To Look In It And Then Some Other Employee Supposedly Saw Them Making A Drug Deal And Then Later On In The Day Got Fired For It!!! Which In Case No Drugs Were Ever Dispersed.......No Police Were Involved And When The Employee Was Asked About It He Said No And You Can Even Search My Car Right Now If You Wanted.....Nothing Was And He Was Terminated......How Legal Is This?????????
Um. Well. First off--I'm not a lawyer. But I know that for SURE if you're selling illegal drugs, it's illegal. Period. There's absolutely no way it would ever be legal to do, lol. At least, not by federal government.
Even if the state government says otherwise--like how it's legal to sell and obtain medicinal marijuana in the state of California. If the federal government intervenes, these people can go to jail. Period. Because the federal government supercedes the state government.
As for termination of employment--if an employer deems a person unfit to work for them, they have the right to fire. For any reason, really. Especially if they feel that person is involved in drugs or drug trafficking.
An employer can fire you if you're late, take long lunchbreaks, steal office supplies, or lie to their face...
of course they would fire you if they saw you fraternizing in drug activitiy, regardless if you had them on your person.
It's not illegal at all. They had every right.
Sorry... but it's true! ^___^
Even if you had a contract--being involved in illegal activity breaches that contract. So regardless... >__>;;
Even if said transaction never occured... if an employer is adament that it did, they have the right to protect themselves and their business from such things. So if they really think that what they saw was a drug deal, they can terminate employment for the protection of themselves and their business. *shrugs*
I'm kind of rambling... but basically... they didn't do anything illegal. Although if you want to try, you could file for worker's compensation... however, they may or may not believe...
well, anyway. Good luck to that person.