Does a verbal agreement for custody stand up in court in pa?
no, not anywhere, being that there is no legitimate proof.
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Answer . Yes you can take someone to court based on a verbal agreement. A contract is a contract whether it's documented or verbal.
Unfortunately in the case of premarital underage sex, it will most likely not hold up especially if the child whose parents are pressing charges is still at the age where the …parents can charge even if the child says they did and still do want it. In Missouri that age is 16, under 16 the parents can charge even if the child is the same age as the other and says they were a willing participant.
Yes, depending on your state. Sometimes difficult to prove, but not impossible.
In certain circumstances, a verbal agreement will hold up in court.All the elements of a contract must be present: Offer, acceptance,and consideration.
No it has to be signed to have any value in codurt. Verbal agreements do "Stand Up" in court depending on your state. Not impossible to prove.
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If a deivorced couple had a verbal agreement regarding alimony and child support payments is it binding and will it hold up in court?
As the saying goes, "A verbal agreement isn't worth the paper that it written on" if in court both parties agree they had this agreement and are wiling to abide by it then the… court wll consider its legal validity. However if one party disavows or denys this agreement in court then the court will probably not give it any consideration.
Generally not, except one aspect: if the landlord accepts the rent from a tenant he must provide the tenant with a safe, decent, health place to stay with the standard rights …of a tenants appertaining thereto. The tenant must pay his rent on time and abide by certain rules the landlord has applied. If there are no written rules they must abide by the laws governing landlord and tenant rules in general.. Certain terms other than those explained above, for example, no pets, cannot be enforced when there's nothing written to state so.
It is normally very difficult to provide evidence in these matters ,unless there was or is a live 3rd witness who could testify before the court under strict oath,although the…re is no guarantee that the Courts will accept this alibi-unless in the case of a joint business venture-bank account-or property with the deceased.
My child's father and I live in different states We had a verbal agreement that my child stay with him until I was up on my own two feet How can I go about regaining custody of my child?
Custody challenge in his state. Should have registered original agreement with the courts.
If verbal agreement on child support amount was the choice between both parents during the divorce and custody case can it be considered to be a court order?
Only if approved by the court.
If the mother does not give the children to the father on his court appointed scheduled time then she is contempt of court. If the father does not bring the children back when… the court document specifies that he has to, then he is contempt of court. If the father does not pick the children up on his court appointed scheduled time, he is NOT in contempt of court. It is the father's right, not his obligation. If the father is paying child support then he is not obligated to do more. To go about filing for contempt you have to have a lawyer file a document stating one parent was in contempt of court. This costs around $200 (in the state of Iowa at least). Once the document is filed the parent will be served and have to appear in court stating why the kids were not given on the scheduled time. The court does not usually find the parent in contempt if this has happened just once, it usually has to happen three or more times before the parent is considered in contempt of court.
In Business Law
Depends upon the jurisdiction, but in most English speaking countries, a verbal agreement will be enforceable provided both parties "intended to create legal relations". The t…est is an objective one - would an outsider hearing the verbal agreement take the view that the parties intended to be formally bound to their agreement.
No. Only a court order can override an existing court order. A verbal agreement will be considered by the court in rendering its decision but the verbal agreement in and of it…self does not override the original court order. There are some hurdles you have to overcome with a verbal agreement. How can you prove there was ever a verbal agreement in place. I had a verbal agreement with my ex regarding custody of our daughter. She the resided to back out of our agreement and denied ever agreeing to anything. Fortunately I had a call recording application that complied with Federal and Texas State Laws (it announces that its recording the conversation at the beginning of the conversation). Since I was able to prove that we had a verbal agreement, the court honored the verbal agreement. So, a verbal agreement may lead to a decision in your favor if you can prove that an actual "valid" verbal contract has been made
It would be very hard to prove that you had a verbal cancellation in court.
In Local Laws
Most states allow verbal rental agreements. But when the landlord chooses to execute this he must be aware that anything that he wants to enforce about your tenancy there he m…ust have in writing and signed.
A lease involves real property. All agreements dealing with real property must be in writing.