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West Virginia Family Law Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

West Virginia Family Law Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers
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You should focus on the case and not the judge. Discuss your situation with an attorney and plan out an effective strategy. We are based in New York but we do provide services in your state, as well as have monthly payment plans available. Above answer and comments to questions are for general purposes only. Feel free to call 1-877-866-8665 Ahsan Syed, Case Manager. ... Read More
You should focus on the case and not the judge. Discuss your situation with an attorney and plan out an effective strategy. We are based in New... Read More
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You can get your kids back, however, attorneys will need to know the full story about the case such as why they were taken away and etc. We can certainly try to help you evaluate your options. Feel free to give us a call or text for a free consultation. Thank You. Toll-Free 1-877-866-8665 Ahsan Syed, Case Manager... Read More
You can get your kids back, however, attorneys will need to know the full story about the case such as why they were taken away and etc. We can... Read More

How do I go about getting emancipated?

Answered 5 years and 3 months ago by attorney William R. Pelger   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
you need to consult with a local juvenile lawyer. In PA you have to go through court to become emancipated and its not easy. you have to prove to the court you are able to support yourself which most 16 year olds cannot do. 
you need to consult with a local juvenile lawyer. In PA you have to go through court to become emancipated and its not easy. you have to prove to the... Read More

how do i get my stepson out of the house

Answered 5 years and 8 months ago by attorney William R. Pelger   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
if your wife and you, or you, own the house, ask him to leave and if he doesnt, evict him through the court and if he gets rowdy call the cops.
if your wife and you, or you, own the house, ask him to leave and if he doesnt, evict him through the court and if he gets rowdy call the cops.

do i have any rights if we were not married

Answered 5 years and 8 months ago by attorney William R. Pelger   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
i assume a dvp is some sort of domestic protection order? Yes you have rights but you need to be careful not to violate this order. Talk to a WVA attorney.
i assume a dvp is some sort of domestic protection order? Yes you have rights but you need to be careful not to violate this order. Talk to a WVA... Read More

When would a court order a child to change schools?

Answered 6 years and 6 months ago by attorney Ellen S. Kingsley   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
If you don't agree with a change in schools, then you should take the matter to court to have a judge decide.  However, keep in mind that if your ex-husband is the primary custodian and he has moved out of the school district, the school district's rules will prevail.  Most school districts will not allow a child to continue to attend there if the primary custodian does not live in the district.... Read More
If you don't agree with a change in schools, then you should take the matter to court to have a judge decide.  However, keep in mind that if... Read More

What is the right of the step mother?

Answered 6 years and 6 months ago by attorney Ellen S. Kingsley   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Family Law
Not true, for the most part.  However, if she becomes a significant parent figure in your son's life and she and your son's father separate, she may have the ability to gain some form of custody.  But, it is certainly expected that your son's father would involve her in HIS decision making, and then you and he decide together on what is in your son's best interest.... Read More
Not true, for the most part.  However, if she becomes a significant parent figure in your son's life and she and your son's father separate, she... Read More
I'm assuming that this issue is not addressed in your agreement.  In my opinion, you do have the right to know who is watching your child, but if he is not giving you that information, the only choice you have is to bring the matter to court.  I don't know that you need to be involved in the decision as to who he chooses, but if the two of you can't agree on this, you will need to go to court and let the judge decide how much input you should have.... Read More
I'm assuming that this issue is not addressed in your agreement.  In my opinion, you do have the right to know who is watching your child, but... Read More