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Child Custody? Need Advice!!!!! Please?
So Im Moving Out Of State. Theres No Custody Agreement Between Me And My Sons &Quot;Sperm Donor&Quot;. Once I Establish Residency For Me In Wv, Does My Son Automatically Become A Resident As Well? (18 Months Old). And Can His Sperm Donor Still File Up In Pittsburgh Or Does He Have To File In Wv? As Far As I Know, In Wv An Unwed Mother Has Sole Legal Custody. I Cant Stand This Man. Hes Never Financially Supported Us And Is Just Insane. My Bf Has Been A Father To My Son More Then His Biological Father And My Son Loves My Bf. We Just Dont Want Any Suprises When We Move. Thanks.
Once you move to WV without a custody agreement then the child's father will have to file for paternity rights in that state. The child's state of residence is where the custodial parent lives. Since neither of you have a custody agreement either parent can claim custody and you have him atm. This is a possession is 9/10 of the law issue. The father can sneak up and take his child and flee to Qatar and you would be unable to do a damn thing about it since he is the father.
Needless to say you need to file a petition in family court for full custody ASAP to establish full legal custody. If the father asserts his parental rights be prepared to deal with him until the child becomes an adult. Best thing is if you can have the father give up his parental rights and have your BF adapt him if you plan on being with him forever.
The Best Trial Lawyers In America?
I'D Be Interested To See Who People Consider To Be The Top Trial Lawyer In The U.S. These Days.
I'M Guessing A Few Years Back Most People Would'Ve Said Johnnie Cochran, May He Rest In Peace, Or F. Lee Bailey, Gerry Spence (Reportedly He Is Retiring) Etc.
Who Is It Today?
Roy Black, who defended Ted Kennedy's nephew, Willie Smith, is very well regarded. Most trial lawyers, including criminal defense attorneys do not become prominent or earn big fees. The big money goes to the litigators who represent plaintiffs or very rich defendants. I have read that O.J. Simpson paid his "Dream Team" about $10 million for his 1996 defense in his double homicide case.
Justice has been at least partially done. O.J. is spending many years in a Nevada prison for his most recent crimes of kidnapping and armed robbery.
What Problem In The World With You Fix If You Had The Power That God Has?
World Starvation Would Be At The Top Of My List. Second Would Be Doing Away With All Disease. Finally Having World Peace Would Be My Third Choice. If People Have Enough Food Then There Is Less Disease. If People Aren'T Sick They Are Happier. If There Is World Peace Then God'S Kingdom Would Be Here.
I would fix the exact problem God said he will fix shortly-
Satan,his demons & this wicked system we live in needs to be destroyed not the earth.
Sin & Imperfection that we inherited from our first parents Adam & Eve needs to be removed permanently so no one would be getting sick & dying.
The Earth will be restored to a paradise & only those who love God did his will not their own & exercised faith in the ransom sacrifice of his son Jesus will live forever.
Where Can I Find A Cheap Lawyer?
Iam Looking For A Cheap Lawyer Who Handles Joint Custody Rights In The Mississippi Area......
There's assistance provided by your local College of Law at any University. Call them and ask them for information regarding either free or low income assistance.
Also, contact your local Bar Association. Or, contact the Mississippi Bar Association at:
The Director of Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program, Betty Daugherty: (601) 960-9573
These places should give you some idea on how to go about it. Ask all the questions necessary so they could refer you to what you're specifically looking for.
And, remember that the Bar Association can not only refer you but they also can provide you with a list of lawyers in your area.
I wish you much luck!
Would I Be A Good Lawyer? What Kind?
I Am Sixteen And Recently I Have Started Thinking About Someday Becoming A Lawyer. I Am On My School'S Newspaper And I Love Writing Essays And Papers. I Know Most Lawyers Don'T Actually Go To Court, But I Would Call Myself Argumentative, Defensive, Logical, Confident, Opinionated And I Never Back Down From A Fight. Next Year I Am Going To Be On My School'S Debate Team. I Often Play The Devil'S Advocate And I Am Good At Critical Reading. I Am Really Passionate About People'S Rights (Mainly Because Of My Journalistic Background). Also, I Was Wondering What Most Lawyers Major In Before Going To Law School.
Good lawyers are not argumentative or defensive. There ARE a number of lawyer who are argumentative and defensive but they are the bad lawyers. Their fellow lawyers despise them. And judges consider them to be substandard.
GOOD lawyers are persuasive and professional. Any disagreeable idiot can argue. And only insecure people get defensive. And only people who would cut off their noses to spite their faces "never back down from a fight." These are very very poor traits - and, regardless of what you want to be when you grow up, I would suggest you work on these issues to become more emotionally mature.
It takes a very special level of skill and charisma to professionally persuade someone else to agree with your way of thinking. Good attorneys need to be able to place the needs of their clients over their own pride otherwise the consequences can be horrific. (I am dealing with one such attorney who gave her client advice that was really bad because this attorney is an argumentative, defensive, "never back down from a fight" bit$h. And because her client followed her advice, the prosecutor ended up making the client a co-defendant in a felony child abuse case - rather than the witness that the prosecutor initially wanted her to be.)
The majors vary wildly. It depends entirely on the individual student and his/her aptitude and interests.
In Nj Regarding Simple Assault Dv Charge?
The Da Or The Police Pressed Charges On An Accused Simple Assault Labled Domestic Violence. The Vicim Did Not Press Charges Nor Wanted A Restrainin Order. Can The Victim Tell The Prosecutor To Drop The Charges Or Will The Prosecutor Refuse And Just Try The Defendant. The Police Have Pictures As Evidence. Also What Will Happen To The Defendant For A First Offense. The Defendant And Victim Are Expecting A Child.
>The victim did not press charges nor wanted a restraining order.
Yeah well that isn't how DV charges are handled your abuser didn't just wrong you they wronged the State. The people of the State have decided on a zero tolerance attitude towards DV there are no "simple DV charges" all of them are serious especially if there are substantiated injuries no matter how minor.
>Also what will happen to the defendant for a first offense.
In cases of DV there is generally no first offense slap on the back of the hand he will loose his right to own firearms will be ordered to attend counseling pay fines and court costs and may get jail time. In addition the State may keep the restraining order in place for 6 months to a year and it works BOTH ways you can get arrested along with your bf if you make any contact pregnant women get thrown in jail all the time.
>Can the victim tell the prosecutor to drop the charges
SURE but they'll totally ignore you if they have enough evidence they will very probably proceed with the State's case people are sick and tired of hearing the screaming and yelling that accompanies DV if you didn't report it then you were making enough noise to annoy the neighbors