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This is a clearly histrionic explanation as had you legitimately feared for your life you would have sceamed for help, dialed 911 or simething along those lines. If being called a "smart ass" is as you described the basis for such fear and reaction, this likely entails a need for evaluation by a psychologist or psychiatrist as there is clearly a reaction to the events described that suggests some anxiety disorder or other circumstance may be involved. This is not intended to be critical of you but simply an objective opinion about your situation as described. In the mean time, take your business elsewhre and dont shop at Walmart if they treated you poorly. ... Read More
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Or you can do the legal research your law professor wants you to do.
Heaven, you need to review the paper-work in details to see what kind of custody he is asking in the temporary paperwork. You will than need to prepare a response to the request of temporary custody. Child Custody and Divorce Lawyers are not cheap, they can range from anywhere $3,000 - $5,000. If you can represent yourself in court, we do have payment plans and packages which provides you legal document drafting and educational resources to best represent yourself in court. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
Heaven, you need to review the paper-work in details to see what kind of custody he is asking in the temporary paperwork. You will than need to... Read More
If someone is represented by an attorney, the attorney information should be available somehwere. They don't have to provide complete contact information, but the best way to see if they have an attorney or not is through the first paragraph which starts something like "Defendant XYZ by and through his/her counsel (name)...." This demonstrate that they have an attorney. Also, the signature at the end can also tell you. If you are representing yourself, you might be interested in our legal document drafting and educational services to best prepare yourself for custody battles in court. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
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Sorry to hear all that you have been going through. It appears that this is a mult-state custody battle. You really need to hire an attorney to represent you and your child. Your situation is not very clear, perhaps you can call our office and speak with a case manager and see what we may be able to assist you with. You can also, try to contact lawyers directory by searching them through the state lawyers on this website and calling them. Many attorneys charge for a consultation because not everyone can afford an attorney and a typical child custody cases ranges from $3,000 to $7,000 or more. We don't know the complete case details, but if you are willing to represent yourself in court, we can provide you all the information you need, guidance to best represent and protect your children. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
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why i can not find forms to respond to divorce papers for free?

Answered 12 hours ago by attorney Stephanie E. Emanuel   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
Ayman, legal forms can be purchased by many legal websites, and most county supreme court or state supreme court offers FREE Court forms for individuals that are representing themselves. If you would like our firm for fraction of a lawyer cost can draft/prepare responses for you and you can represent yourself in court. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com... Read More
Ayman, legal forms can be purchased by many legal websites, and most county supreme court or state supreme court offers FREE Court forms for... Read More
Lisa, your question is not clear, what are you trying to accomplish? Please contact a law office and discuss your situation and options. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.
Lisa, your question is not clear, what are you trying to accomplish? Please contact a law office and discuss your situation and options.... Read More
Amber, as long as your background trouble in the past does not endangers the child well being or affect your parenting than you have equal rights as a mother as he do as a father. You can request the court to get you your child back if you have been primarly providing for the child. You can also, request the court to establish child custody and visitation. You also mentioned that you don't have enough money, therefore you have two options, 1. You can try asking the court to see if they can provide you a pro bono attorney, or 2. you can represent yourself in court and have our office drafts and prepare the paperwork. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
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What are the rights of my child's father?

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Stephanie E. Emanuel   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Child Custody
Shannon, Fathers Rights are same and equal to the rights of a mother. The only time one parent gains more rights over the child is when the court finds one parent to be negligent, improper, indigent, or in capable of raining the child. If there are specific custody and visitation concerns you have, you should consult with an attorney or a family law specialist. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
Shannon, Fathers Rights are same and equal to the rights of a mother. The only time one parent gains more rights over the child is when the court... Read More
Whether or not he is working, he is obligated to pay child support, which is the state minium required for unemployed. If his wife is gainfully employeed. and they both pay taxes Jointly, and have same bank account along with other factors, than YES, she can pay on his behalf or whatever. But it is him that you need to pursue for child support, since he is the father not his wife. You should retain a lawyer if you don't already have one. Feel free to contact my office and speak with a case manager at 877-866-8665 or email help@smsattorneys.com for clarification.... Read More
Whether or not he is working, he is obligated to pay child support, which is the state minium required for unemployed. If his wife is gainfully... Read More