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legal custody of child

A: Dear Donna That is the first time I have ever seen an agreement like that and I would want to ask a number of other questions. It does appear that "Randi" has a duty to support, and I would assume that the child support guidelines would decide what that amount would be. However, it is a little tricky because of the language of the agreement. You definitely need to consult a NC family lawyer. Good luck....


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legal custody of child

A: Dear Donna That is the first time I have ever seen an agreement like that and I would want to ask a number of other questions. It does appear that "Randi" has a duty to support, and I would assume that the child support guidelines would decide what that amount would be. However, it is a little tricky because of the language of the agreement. You definitely need to consult a NC family lawyer. Good luck....


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reagarding legal age

A: Hi Heather, i understand how hard it is to deal with conflict in your life.  The most important thing you need to remember is that both your parents love you and have a conflict between your best interests and your happiness.  If this young man is the right person for you, you will have every opportunity to be with him as soon as you turn 18.   That said, your dad has the experience of a male and a male mentality; your mom has the experience of a woman and a female mentality.  Your are young and all they are doing is wanting to please you based on their own perceptions of what is going on. Neither one of you parents is wrong or right on the issue.  As far as Mom is concerned - she is trying to protect and yes that is her job as

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Who is the legal owner of the information in a patients medical record?

A: UK Answer The Secretary of State for Health. ADDED: In the US the patient is the ultimate ''owner'' of the information. However, the medical provider or institution which produced them are the ''custodians'' of these records and, as such, may charge a reasonable fee to have them reproduced and forwarded to the patient or his designee....
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Guardianship in Divorce

A: Jackie, DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A LAWYER or ATTORNEY. I am someone who has experience in family law issues, and am sharing my OPINION only. For the exact law as it pertains to your specific case contact a Professional Attorney in your county. I would recommend that you hire an Attorney to see that similar type papers be filed: - Will: Within will designate you as custodian/Guardian of said child if person dies. - Modification of Custody: Include a Paragraph statement that you become custodian/legal guardian of said child if something happens. - Modification of Parenting Plan: Modify plan so that ex only has SUPERVISED visitations: PLUS add clause that in case something happens to named Primary Parent that...


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2 day trip

A: T, DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A LAWYER or ATTORNEY. I am someone who has experience with family law issues, and am sharing my OPINION only. For the exact law as it pertains to your specific case contact a Professional Attorney in your area/county. I am not 100% sure, but normally if you are the primary custodian and your ex does not have visitation rights the answer would be Yes. I recommend hiring a Professional Attorney: Most Attorneys offer 1/2 consultation time to discuss case and payment options. Kind Regards, Jeff...


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Child Abandonment

A: Hi John, yes ?Abandoned? or ?abandonment? is defined as a situation in which the parent or legal custodian of a child or, in the absence of a parent or legal custodian, the caregiver, while being able, makes no provision for the child"s support and has failed to establish or maintain a substantial and positive relationship with the child. For purposes of this subsection, ?establish or maintain a substantial and positive relationship? includes, but is not limited to, frequent and regular contact with the child through frequent and regular visitation or frequent and regular communication to or with the child, and the exercise of parental rights and responsibilities. Marginal efforts and...


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Grandparent"s Rights

A: Chuck, DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A LAWYER. I am someone who has family law experience and am sharing my OPINION only. For the exact law as it pertains to your specific case contact a Professional Lawyer who works in Family law in your specific area/county. The answer is NO. As you describe it above, the father is the primary custodian of the child. IF THIS IS HOW THE COURT PAPERS STATE THIS in the child parenting plan. The grand parents have no rights to the children unless it is specifically stated in court documents. I want to be clear on this matter Chuck. The court papers must name the Father as the the primary parent/custodian of the child hence he has custody of the child. The grandparents are not mentioned in the court papers...


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abortion pill?

A: Hi, neena, I did a little research for you. There is a parental notification statute in North Carolina. Before you could have an abortion, you either have to have your parents" consent, or go through a court proceeding. I"ll give you the wording of the statute, and the URL, at the end of this message. The abortion pill causes the introduction of powerful hormones into your body. The procedure takes place over several days, and most of that time, you will be home (or wherever you live). If you have a complication, your mom will probably find out anyway. You should also be aware that the second medication they give is given off label. What that means is that the pharmaceutical company that manufactures it doesn"t want it used for abortion; it has been specifically prohibited. Among...
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process serving and WA child custody laws...

A: Victor Mesa, DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A LAWYER. I am someone with experience in family law matters, and am offering an OPINION only. I stronly advise you seek a Professional Attorney that deals with Family matters to find out the exact law that pertains to your specific case. 1.If she can not be served, can the server serve one of her relatives? Answer: I am reading it the same way you are I believe where it states: "Summons: Personal service. The summons and complaint shall be served together. The plaintiff shall furnish the person making service with such copies as are necessary. Service shall be made as follows: by delivering a copy of the summons and of the complaint to the individual personally or in case the individual cannot be found by leaving copies thereof at the...


 
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