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Help Finding A Texas Law!!!! Attorneys And Perjury.?
I Am Looking For A Specific Law In The State Of Texas That Would Entail The Following:
Texas Law Requires Your Attorney To See To It That You Tell The Truth. Your Attny Cannot And Will Condone Any Testimony By Which You Are Less Than Truthful.
If Someone Can Help Me Find The Specific Law That Covers This Area, That Woudl Be Great.
You are probably thinking of Rule 3.03(a)(5) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, which states, in pertinent part: "A lawyer shall not knowingly . . . offer or use evidence that the lawyer knows to be false." You can find this at www.txethics.org. This is not a law, but a rule of professional conduct, the violation of which can give rise to disciplinary proceedings. Of course, the person who gives the false evidence is also guilty of perjury, which is a felony.
Is There Any Organization Or Help A Low Income Parent Can Get To Help With Child Custody.Legal Aid Was No Help?
I Have A Friend Who Has A Child Custody Hearing July 19Th And Deposition This Friday. She Can Not Afford An Attorney But The Father Makes Almost 100K A Year And Can Afford One. I'M Afraid Of Her Just Getting Push Around And Bullied The Fathers Attorney.Legal Aid Of Broward County Florida Said They Will Not Take The Case. Is There Anything Else She Can Do Or Any Other Organization She Could Contact That Could Help Her Or Give Her Free Legal Advice?
In a normal situation like this there is nothing to be done....however, if she was mentally or physically abused by this man the local violence shelter might...repeat...MIGHT...be willing to represent her and then ask for lawyer fees from the father.
i would have her call them and see what can be done...they can always reschedule the deposition....and to be honest I have never HEARD of a deposition of the other parent in a child custody case. It sounds to me like they are trying to fish for quotes like "has he ever harmed the child"...well no....Okay, no need to explain further.....has he always provided for you and the child while you were together....well not recently, NO I said while you were together...well yes.....
etc....they want sound bites. I would seek help soon.
My Parents Are Planning To Get A Divorce?
Well My Dad Is Always Being An Asshole Talking **** To Us In Front Of His Friends How Im A Good For Nothing And He Says The Same About My Mom, He Always Makes Us Look Like Idiots In Front Of Everyone And It Get Even Worse When Were On The House With Him For Every Little Things He Goes Crazy He Stars Yelling At Us And Stuff Like That He Doesn'T Even Let My Sister Have Friends, My Mom Finally Decided To Get A Divorce And She Is Somewhat Scare Cuz She Doesn'T Know If She Will Be Able To Pay The House And Food , So Guys Have Any Of Your Parents Had A Divorce? Did Any Of You Had Major Problems With Money Or Anything Else And With The Divorce They Getting Who Stays With The House And And What Are Other Stuff That Happens When They Get A Divorce? (Guys Im Sorry About This Letter If You Cant Understand It Is Just That My English Is Not My First Language And Right Now Im Like Worry And Scare I Would Really Appreciate Some Help)
My parents are fortunately still together but I may have some advice/comfort.
Your dad will still have to pay child support so your going to get some money coming in from that not a ton.
You might be able to take him to court he sounds very much like an abusive father, you may be able to get help from CPC even if he's only emotionally abusing you not physically. Not emotionally taking care of you I believe falls under neglect.
I don't know much about this, but if worst comes to worst just realise your new life may not be as nice and you might not be able to afford as nice of things, at least you'll be away from your father and it seems like at this point that is all you can ask for.
Can Having A Unrelated Domestic Violence Charge Effect, If I Can Gain Guardianship Of My 75 Year Old Mother?
My Girlfriend And Myself Just Moved Into Her 75 Y/O Mother'S House. There Is A Legal Battle Going On Between Her Mother And My Girlfriends Sister Over The House. The Sister Does Not Live Here Anymore, Due To A Writ Of Restitution. Her Sister Has Abused Her Mother For Many Years And Was Trying To Cause Her Emotional Harm. She Succeeded When The Mother Had One Stroke.After She Survived That Stroke, The Sister Continued The Abuse Which Caused The Second Stroke. Her Mother Survived That None Too, But This Time She Could Not Remember Anything. The Sister Proceeded To Place The Mother In A Convalescent Home, Leaving Her There To Die, Saying &Quot; I Can'T Take Care Of Her Anymore, You Do What You Want With Her&Quot; Which Then The Sister Continued To Live In The Mother'S House With Her Three Equally Abusive Daughter'S. Bare In Mind The Property Is Owned By The Mother 67% And The Other 33% Is My Girlfriend'S Sisters'. The Sister Was Only Added To The Title, By Her Mother So She Would Be Able To Gain Credit. Now When My Girlfriend Found Out That Her Mother Was In A Convalescent Home She Immediately Rushed Over There And Saved Her And Brought Her To Her House (6 Years Ago) Well In All That Time My Girlfriend With The Help Of Her Mother'S Boyfriend,Nursed Her Back To Health. The Mother Is Now Of Sound Mind. My Girlfriend And I Are Now Living And Taking Care Of The Mother And To Protect The Mother My Girlfriend Needs Guardianship Of Her Mother. 2 Years Ago My Girlfriend Was Hit In The Face By Her Ex Husband, But Since They Were Living In The Same House, They Were Both Arrested For Domestic Violence. My Girlfriend Is The Most Caring, Loving Person On This Earth. Will That Incident Effect Her Gaining Guardianship Of Her Mother????
Only a lawyer/judge/court can answer that, but senior citizens are protected from domestic violence now. Your girlfriend needs to write a letter to the judge, detailing her arrest. If possible take anger management classes (even though the ex was at fault) to show responsibility. In the meantime, she should get power of attorney for her mother. That can be done through the social worker at the convalescent home. That also shows intent to care for her mother.
Help With Texas Labor Laws?
If A Employee Is A Part Time Or Prn Employee And Has A Regular Schedule, Then The Supervisor Schedules Them To Work On A Day Outside Their Normal Schedule And Doesnt Ask Them For Approval First, Can They Be Repremanded For Not Working The Extra Day? What Labor Law Does It Fall Under And Where Can I Find It?
laws are not written that say what is legal, laws are written to say what is NOT legal...
there is no where to find this particular information written in a law or regulation...
in every state the employer sets the schedule, and may change it at any time unless there is a contract in place that specifically states otherwise....
schedule changes and mandatory overtime are legal, the employees approval is not required....
the employee can be disciplined, they could, legally, be fired....
is this the best way to run a business? NO
is it legal? YES
Does Anyone Know Where I Can Get Free Lawyer Advice For Divorce?
(If It Makes A Difference This Is For Colorado)........I Just Need To Ask Some Questions But I Am Not Using A Lawyer For My Divorce...So Are There Any That Offer You Free Lawyer Advice? Thanks....Serious Answers Only Please
Google Free Legal Advice- Divorce and similar things and you should get a lot of good hits.
Here is one I came up with that might be a good place to start:
And another for the forms you'll need: