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  1. LegalwriterOne

    Visition laws

    If the court order says she gets them on weekends without qualification or restriction, she gets them on weekends until the order is changed or modified. If mom has reliable family in the area, he could seek to have the court order supervised visits....
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    Time off

    If he has a plea deal, then when he is sentenced, he should get what was agreed to. Until then, he just has to wait. If the sentence isn't what was agreed to, he is free to withdraw his plea. Generally in federal cases, the deal is in writing so there's no question.
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    move during court case

    You can't just get probation moved to a new county or state. You need the court's agreement so you need to wait.
  4. It is now. The custodial parent must notify CALworks of any change, including a child gone from the household for visitation. If the child is absent for a month, that child will be terminated from the grant. The child has to be in the home at least 1 day of every month.
  5. If that agency is CPS, yes they can.
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    Divorce paperwork is signed under penalty of perjury. If you have a child, you include that fact whether he likes it or not. You do NOT lie to the court. The court will determine custody/visitation and support during the divorce action.
  7. The defendant is the one prohibited from contact. The victim isn't under any restraint. HOWEVER, the defendant would be wise to steer completely clear as that she called you, consented to the contact or whatever isn't a defense when she changes her mind and calls the cops and says you've contacted her....The court ordered the defendant to stay away, he needs to stay away completely.
  8. In Pennsylvania, the Department of Labor & Industry handles unemployment benefits and determines eligibility on a case-by-case basis. Applicants must meet the following three eligibility requirements in order to collect unemployment benefits in Pennsylvania: • Your past earnings must meet certain minimum thresholds. • You must be unemployed through no fault of your own, as defined by Pennsylvania law. • You must be able and available to work, and you must be actively seeking employment. Also to obtain benefits: During the base period, you must meet all of the following requirements in order to be eligible for unemployment: You must have earned at least $116 per week during at least 18 weeks in the base period. You must have earned at least $1,688 during the highest quarter in your base period. You must have earned at least $3,391 in total wages during the base period.
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    Common Law in Oklahoma

    NO. To form a common law marriage in OK there must be 1) an actual and mutual agreement between the parties to be husband and wife; 2) a permanent relationship; 3) an exclusive relationship; 4) cohabitation as man and wife; and 5) the parties to the marriage must hold themselves out publicly as husband and wife. Owning joint property does not magically convert a relationship anymore than living together for a number of years does. The person claiming that there is/was a common law marriage has the burden of proof to establish it.
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    Legality of CBD

    CBD that has no psychoactive effects is derived from hemp, not marijuana and it is legal. To obtain marijuana-based CBD you have to go through the medical marijuana hoops of your state. See http://www.baltimoresun.com/health/marijuana/bs-md-medical-marijuana-faq-20171207-story.html
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    Signing off

    Child support doesn't stop simply on the remarriage of either of the parents in any state. Child support would terminate if the child were adopted by a step-parent or by reaching majority as set forth in the court order.
  12. If you are only profiling people who use the app and are reported by other users of the app, then it's a waste of time and energy and completely useless. There are over 222 MILLION drivers in the US spread across 50 states.
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    Arrears in child support lien's

    If you are talking about a child support lien on your home or real property, that doesn't go anywhere.
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    Fell from ladder

    You can certainly try but if he fell from his own actions and there was no negligence by the homeowner, then their insurance likely won't pay. Insurance would cover, up to policy limits, where the homeowner was negligent and would thus be liable for the injury....Won't hurt to file a claim and he should also consult a personal injury attorney just in case.