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Why Do Most Parents Use Their Children As Pawns In Divorce Proceedings?
I Think It'S Sad When Parents Use Their Children As Pawns In Divorce. I Feel So Sorry For Children That Have To Do That. My Parents Never Did That To Me When They Divorced 23 Years Ago. In Fact, Both Of My Parents Asked Me Who I Wanted To Live With And Chose My Mother. They Never Talked About Each Other In Front Of Me.
While I have to agree with you to the fullest on this, sadly it's pretty acceptable here. And you know, I wouldn't see the harm in using children to gain ground in a divorce if it was contained to the husband and wife, but the kids are the ones that actually bare the brunt of the divorce.
If mom and dad could screw each other over using the kids without them ever knowing or picking up on the tension... then go for it....although, I still think it would cause problems..i don't really know.. i'm not a divorce expert. Never been divorced. My mom wasn't married to begin with and my father molested me when i was young, so I never really had him around. I talk to him now and I confronted him on it when I was 19 and he denied it, but I actually remember it on my own cos my mom didn't want to tell me.. and I was at starbucks one day and it ran thru my head
and i was like WTF was that... but i remembered it..chilling details so I went to my moms as fast as I could and asked her and she started crying telling me the doctors and counselors told us not to tell cos you prolly wouldn''t remember it... and she was so sorry... so I got in my car and admitted myself in the psych ward...... got out confronted him, he lied, I said I remembered, he still lied... and you know....I don't hate him... i love him... he's my dad.... I can seriously be ok with it, but I just want him to have the decency to admit it...
I don't remember where i was going with this, but dragging the kids into it is never good.... you never know what resentments they will hold on to, you don't know how much they will remember... I think if parents truly love their child then they should make the divorce as easy for them as possible and not play the blame game. So many times has my father told me that he would never speak badly about my mother even if it was true. I don't need to hear it. It wont change things so there's no point in rehashing bad memories.... so for a man as sick as he is in the head, he does have some respect for my mom and me. Which I find to be a very good quality, mom and dad should never **** talk each other to the kids... it confuses kids andupsets kids, and most of the time they will think it's their fault or it will manifest into self destructive behavior.
Does India Have A Real Divorce Court?
With Real, Legitimate Laws Pertaining To Divorce, Settlements And Custody? With All The Questions About It From Indian Folks It Has Me Wondering...
Also, Why In India Can You Sue Parents And In-Laws For Marital Property? I Don'T Understand That...
Anyone From India Care To Clarify?
yes, of course. there are family courts in India for each district. and these family courts come under the high court, and there is a high court for every state. the problem is that despite being a secular country, India has a separate family law for every religion, and not for regions. Hindu divorce law, Muslim divorce law, christian divorce law, all are separate.
also, there are different laws for inter-religion and foreign marriages(or interracial marriages).
in Hindu divorce law, children's custody is mostly granted to the mother or mother, as the court decides, and she also has a right for alimony and a share in her husband's wealth and property. if the woman is not working, she's likely to be awarded more alimony and property.
as most of the indian families are joint families, the husband's property is also his parent's property, and vice-versa. although these laws are really complex and i'm no lawyer, i don't think you can sue your in-laws for their property. if the property belongs to a living man, it's up to him to do anything with it as he sees fit.
you can't sue your own parents for their own property. those people must be stupid. but if parents die without writing a will, then it will be divided equally among their children(irrespective of gender). the relatives don't get any share in it.
divorce is granted mainly on either of these grounds:
but the law is flexible to changes or exceptions.
Need Help Finding A Lawyer For Ada Law Regurading Service Dogs?
My Uncle Is A Retired Army Vet. And Suffers Sever Pts Disorder Along With Various Physical Illnesses That Require A Service Dog. He Has A Service Dog Named Lulu Who Is A Pug. She Is Registered With Service Dogs Of America And My Uncle Has Many Signed Documents By Doctors Stating That This Service Dog Is Needed Along With Vet Signed Statements Saying That Lulu Qualifies A Service Dog. The Problem: My Uncle Lives In Largo, Fl In A 55+ Trailer Park. The Park Has A No Pet Rule In Affect. The Hoa Lawyers Have Sent Him Paper Work To Complete To Make Lulu Exempt From This Rule. He Had All Of The Forms Completed By The Doctors And Vet Again And Returned Them To The Lawyers. The Lawyers Are Now Saying Because His Doctor Is Not A Mental Illness Doctor The Service Dog Is Not Exempt. He Is Being Harassed Very Badly And Is In Fear That He Will Loose This Animal. I Need To Know What We Can Do To Protect Him And What Kind Of Lawyer Could He Hire To Handle This Issue. We Were Told By The President Of The Hoa That We Would Have To Speak To The Lawyers And When We Called They Refused To Speak With Us, Because They Are Not Our Lawyer? What Kind Of Run Around Is This? I Can Not Ask Questions About Anything Having To Do With This? I Need Any Kind Of Help Anyone Can Give Me. He Was Good Enough To Serve In The Vietnam But Not Good Enough To Get The Help Of A Therapy Dog He Needs On A Day To Day Basis? Lulu Helps Him With Social Panic Attacks And Can Retreive Various Items That Are Dropped, Since He Can Barely Bend Over, He Has Hearing Aids That Don'T Really Work Well And She Lets Him Know If The Phone Is Ringing And If There Is Someone At The Door. Thank You All In Advance.
The simple answer is to get a letter from a psychiatrist. A person with severe PTSD is surely going to be under psychiatric care for that condition. The VA should cover it, no problem.
Now I have to address the Service Dogs of America issue. Organizations that sell fake certification over the Internet are a rip off. They take advantage of people with disabilities with legitimate needs for an emotional support animal or a service animal just to make a buck. A real certifying organization would have tested the dog and would be prepared to testify in court as to the dog's training and qualifications as a service dog. All that organization can swear to is they nicked your uncle for $40 (I hope it wasn't the organization that suckers people for $250 instead of $40).
Here's some additional information on emotional support animals:
In future, do not speak with either the HOA or their attorneys by phone. Keep it all in writing so you have a record of exactly what was said, by whom, and when. The two sites above offer some templates for you to draft your own letters requesting a reasonable accommodation. The first site (Service Dog Central) includes information on filing a complaint with Housing and Urban Development. The HOA may be correct about the documentation for your uncle's disability needing to come from a mental health professional. At any rate, it does seem to me to be the fastest, simplest, and least stressful solution is to simply see a psychiatrist or psychologist to get the letter.
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The ADA does not apply to most housing. It covers public housing (owned by a government entity) but not much else. The correct law most often would be the Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA). So you wouldn't need an ADA lawyer, but a disability housing law specialist. But you might not need one at all. You have not yet exhausted your other options:
1. file a complaint with HUD.
2. file a complaint with your state's Human Rights Commission.
Often filing a complaint, which causes an investigation, is sufficient to get the landlord to reconsider their position. However, in order to file a complaint, the complainant will most likely be required to prove he is disabled and to prove that his dog is trained as a service dog. So I keep going back to needing to see that mental health professional any way you look at it.
If he has a second disability, such as deafness or spine damage, and the dog is individually trained to perform tasks to mitigate that other disability, he might make a claim that way. However, hearing and retrieving work wouldn't tend to justify the dog as a service dog unless his disability is the reason why he needs that kind of help.
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It typically takes 18-24 months to fully train a service dog.
It is not uncommon for the landlord to require a letter from a specialist. As I mentioned, a person with PTSD severe enough to disable them should be seeing a psychiatrist. A letter from either a psychiatrist or a psychologist would be sufficient for a claim of disability due to PTSD. For deafness, the expert would be an audiologist and for a spine problem it would be an orthopedist. The VA has all of those available for our veterans. When they don't have an appropriate expert available on site, they will do referrals to other area experts. A friend of mine is an oncologist and was called in to work on a special case with a veteran because our local VA hospital didn't have the equipment needed to treat him properly. So he was treated at my friend's hospital instead. The VA still picked up the cost of his treatment.
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The ADA is a federal law. The U.S. Department of Justice administers it, not individual states. It also doesn't apply in this case because the ADA only covers public housing (like housing projects owned by the government). The ADA's primary coverage is for public accommodations (businesses a person might patronize), not housing. The correct law is most likely the FHAA, which means filing a complaint with HUD.
Need A Attorney Car Accident?
Insurance Company Of Other Driver Is Asking For Fee Of Damaged Car. Accident Occurred While I Was Heading Down The Road With A Green Light On My Side Of The Road. While Heading Down In The Opposite Side Of The Road A Car Turn Left On Their Side. Resulting In Me Crashing Into Them. Police Arrived And Filed A Report Stating None Was At Fault, And To Deal The Situation With The Insurance Company. In That Time I Did Not Have Insurance. So Now The Company Wants Money For The Other Driver'S Damaged Car
Happened In Ca
Can Anyone Guide Me To A Direction Where I Should Find A Good Attorney?
I Been Surfing The Web But All I See Is Injury Attorney And Didn'T Know If It Was The Right One
What do you expect an attorney to do for you. Already you have stated 2 facts. #1 you did not have insurance at the time so all accidents even if caused by another driver are your fault (nation wide law). 2# police report puts none at fault giving 50/50 damage responsibility. But since you had no insurance it then becomes 100/0. In most cases you are gonna have to pay for the damages out of pocket. If you don't the insurance company may take you to court.
Question For Corporate Lawyers?
What Exactly Was Law School Like For You? Do You Like Your Job Etc...? What'S It Like Being A Corporate Lawyer? Thanks
In the begining like to appriciate for an intarogative state of intigrity in business and commerce.
We know, every one have their own idea stating Laws and bi-Laws.
We also know, no where in the world no lawyer have idea on all the Laws or bi-laws may be out there in many Society, Nation.
What exectly Law stands for the people who are actually victim and need shalter by the state law and order. Who raaly scare off going for any Lawyer or go for law suit. Even if you think in all the coorporation may have injury/workers compansations or benefit bonus or the right of staying in the company for any female or male.
Any way, the Corporate Lawyer also in much more dignify business and they have to look into all the areas including the National Constitution.
What'S The Difference Between An Attorney At Law And Other Attorneys?
I Thought All Attorneys Dealt With The Law To Some Degree.
An attorney at law is someone who is admitted to practice law in some jurisdiction--i.e., a lawyer.
An attorney in fact is someone designated by someone to act on their behalf--e.g., under a power of attorney. The person need not be a licensed lawyer.