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Wrongful Death. Is This Situation Pursuable In A Court Of Law.?
My Grandmother Was On A Kidney Dialysis Machine At A Dialysis Center When Somehow The Clean Blood Flow Return Line Became Unattached And Alll Her Blood Spilled Onto The Floor Lowering Her Blood Pressure And Causing Her Death. She Was Revived Only To Be Living On A Breathing Machine. She Died A Few Weeks Later. The Machine Alarms Never Came On And The Staff Were Not Monitoring Her At The Time Of The Accident.
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on something like this, check with a wrongful death attorney. don't take advice from anyone who isn't qualified - not even an attorney unless he/she is a specialist in wrongful death claims. It costs nothing for an initial visit.
Just About To Begin Divorce Proceedings, Any Idea Where I Can Find Out If Im Entitled To Legal Aid?
I Do Work But I Am Not On A High Wage, I Am Self Employed And Earn Approx £8600P.A. Then I Get Tax Credit On Top. Any Ideas On Where To Look To Find Out And How To Begin This Whole Thing. Bit Bewildered To Be Honest But Need To Get The Ball Rolling.
U.K. Answers Only Please As Other Countries Have A Very Different System. Many Thanks,
I'm not in the UK but seeing that you don't have any other answers, I might be able to help. I live in US and would begin by checking the Yellow Pages under Attorneys, there should be a listing for Legal Aid. Or you could probably call any attorney, and they will give you a telephone number to call. Schedule an appointment, they will let you know if you are eligible. Depending on your situation, you may even be able to file for a no fault (uncontested) divorce with minimal costs.
Could Someone Please Help Me With Legal Advice?
My Friend Who Just Moved To Texas 1 Year Ago Is Currently 17. In Texas He Is Still A Minor. But In Missouri Where I Live And Where He Use Too 17 Is Legally An Adult. Could I Roadtrip Down To Texas And Bring Him To Missouri Where He Would Be A Legal Adult And Him Get To Stay Here. Or Is This Against The Law And Considered Kidnapping? Please Give Me Links Or Whatever Real Facts You Have.
He is not of majority age at 17. Majority age is 18 in all states for purposes of this question. If he has parents who do not want him to move out of state without their permission, you would be kidnapping him. You are also presuming that he is going to get involved with gangs, or that living with you as a 16 year old is better for him. That may or may not be. But it is not up to you to make that decision. It's his. If he wants to make the move, he will. If he does not want to make the move, you cant force him to. And if he "runs away" and his parents don't want him to, you are guilty of kidnapping.
EDIT: If everyone is OK with it, then it's OK.
About Family Law Custody Case?
Would It Help My Case When Im Trying To Fight My Son's Father For The Right To Take My Son Out Of The State, Because My Husband Is In The Navy And He Is Stationed In Another State And Although He Is Supporting Us, We Are Away From Him Because Of The Fear Of My Son's Dad Calling Kiddnapping On Me For Moving With My Husband?
I Am Going To Court To Get Full Legal And Physical Custody Of My Son, Because My Son's Father Has Not Been Around At All. Of Course Since I Served Him His Papers He Has Been Calling Now Demanding To See His Son But I Dont Feel Safe Leaving My Son Alone With Him. Is This All Because He Is Mad That Im Taking Him To Court? Or Does He Really All Of A Sudden Want To See Him? And Can My Husband Adopt My Son? How Does That Work? I Just Want To Be Able To Have My Family And Not Have To Worry About This Guy Who Hasn't Cared At All Until I Filed Papers. (Two Years Since The Birth Of My Son)
Are They Going To Favor Me? Should I Be Freaking Out Like This?
having all your documentations in order for fighting for custody..both sides are heard by the judge and he makes the final decision. But if your documentation and your presentation is good and solid then you have good cause to win your case
Is Mental Harm Enough To Change Custody Agreement?
Mother And Father Are Both Named Residential Parent When Child Is In Moms Custody She Is Residential, When Child Is In Dads Custody He Is Residential, But Father Is Residential Parent For School Purposes.Shared Parenting That Is The Agreement
Question- Is Mental Harm Enough To Change Mother To Residential Parent?
Example( Father Tells Child Mothers Other Children Are The N Word B.C They Are Mixed- Also Since Fathers Talk Is So Explicit- Child ( Who Is 6 Btw) Calls Mother New Husband A N Word Quite Often)
There Are Other Instances Of Mental Abuse Believed To Be Going On- From Horrible Language To Letting 6 Year Old Child Drive Car Sitting On Parents Lap- To - Child Believeing Mother Doesnt Love Him Anymore Or Want To See Him Things Of That Nature- Child Is Being Manipulated By Father
Well coming from a mother who has been through a difficult divorce with difficult custody issues I can give you a few things that may help.Alot does depend on your state but there are ways to get what that is going on, into court, or the information to the judge anyway without him ever having to see a courtroom. No one, including a Judge ever wants to traumatize a child, well, except my ex, cause he was out to hurt me not get the kids. ha! anyway, Learn the laws, study and always know your rights to start, a great way to get information and find out how it applies to you is to go into the nearest Domestic Violence Center.These people know how the laws work in your area and what can help you help your son. Also if I we're you I would get your son into counseling, I guarantee while he is playing he will tell him/her what is going on in his fathers house ie:using the N word...driving the car, saying bad things about his mommy and how it makes him feel, and that counselor can be called to testify,that is good as gold, there is NO HERESAY when it comes to a child, he has no reason to lie.I hope this helps,I do. I've been to hell and back with my 5 kids, I won custody and then lost my 17 yr. old shortly after to a sudden accident. Good Luck! God Bless
Family Law- Custody?
When My Divorce Was Finalized I Agreed To My Ex Having Custody And I Got Visitation- Pay Child Support, All Insurance, Half Of: School Supplies, Educational And Daycare Expenses, And Medical, Dental And Vision Expenses Not Covered By Insurance. I Have Paid All Of These And Have Never Missed A Payment For Anything. I Also See My Children A Lot More Than What Is In The Decree.
I Agreed To The Custody Arrangement Because I Was Working Night Shift At The Time And I Didn'T Have Anyone I Was Close Enough With To Stay With The Children At Night.
I Have Now Moved Into A Position Where I Work During The Day.
My Question Is: If I File For Joint Custody Do I Have A Chance Of It Being Awarded Now That I Can Prove That I Have Had A Significant Life Change Which Will Allow Me To Spend More Time With My Children?
I Am Not Seeking Any Kind Of Reduction In Child Support Or Anything Else- Just More Time With My Children. My Ex And I Are On Good Terms But I Don'T Think She'S Going To Go For It.
Here is what you do - get a journal and for the next 6 months write down your visitation dates and times - don't track it on the computer, do it in you own handwriting, and in order...do regular visiation time in black or blue, the extra time you spend with the kids in red. (or just highlighted)
What you are doing is showing a pattern to the court. Proving that you are getting what you are looking for right now anyway, you just want it official.
Then get to your attorney and file for joint custody - you will have no problems getting it.