Can a minor fill a petition for a legal guardianship?
The legal age is 18 unless you are an emancipated minor. To become an emancipated minor, you have to fill out a form. Read More
You take a certified copy of the death certificate and proof of your identity to probate court and fill out a Petition for Letters of Administration. The court will tell you if you have legal standing for the position of Administrator. Read More
You can fill out a request for a judge to review to apply for guardianship. You usually need to go before a judge before your request is approved. Read More
You must be of legal age (usually 18 years of age) to change your name yourself, or, you can be under 18 and have your parent/guardian fill-out a name change petition on your behalf. Read More
Yes, if you fill the criteria. Ask your guardian to fill out the petition to the court. Read More
You must fill out a name change petition and file it in the County Court you are a resident of at least 6 months. Then, follow the name change process the Clerk will provide to you. Read More
Im 17 and I want to move out of my parents house If my parents and my aunt who im moving in with both agree do I still need a legal guardinship petition?
If I do need legal guardianship, do i get it from the state that im living in now or do i get it in the state that I'm moving to. I'm planning on moving from New York to Maryland. ---------------------------------------------------------- The purpose of granting guardianship is to allow your Aunt to sign paperwork in place of your parents, for school or for medical treatment or whatever. A hospital cannot treat you until they receive parental… Read More
You have asked two different questions. First, you probably can not reverse an adoption. Second, it is easy to change your name. It is a simple legal procedure. You do not need to reverse an adoption to do it. You fill out the forms, petition the court, and the judge signs the petition. You have changed your name back to your birth name. Read More
You file a "petition to terminate guardianship" in your state, with the court your case will be held at. There will be a filling fee but you can also fill out the form for a deferral of court fees if you qualify under the guidelines. Once these things are done you will have to serve the other part legally, through a process server, or any other legal way to serve papers, you need to serve… Read More
Ask the president Rehan the ugly fugly bulgy idiot! Read More
No, you just need to fill out the proper papers and you should have a lawyer for representation for future court dates. However, if you do hire a lawyer, you should have him/her file the petition for divorce. Read More
How do you file to be the administrator of the estate for your mother who died without a will in Kentucky?
Obtain a certified copy of her death certificate and take it with you to the probate court in your mother's jurisdiction. You can fill out a petition to be appointed the Administrator of your mother's estate. There will be a filing fee. The staff will answer any questions you have about filing but they will not provide any legal advice. If you have questions about the legal process od settling the estate you must consult… Read More
go to a law library, you may find one on the internet and find a legal form you need. make some minor changes and fill in the data . i did that on a warranty deed for a piece of land i sold. Read More
In West Virginia, a minor ages 14 or 15 years old must obtain a work permit. To get one of these you need to go to your local courthouse and get the application which you and your legal guardians or parents will need to fill out. Read More
Clean it, fill any minor holes, then primer it. Read More
Generally, the complaint needs to be drafted by an attorney who will state the nature of the problem. That type of case requires a lot of legal research and a comprehensive title examination to provide a basis for the claim. It's not a "fill-in" form you can download and file yourself. Read More
Depends on the minor. You have to fill the criteria to be emancipated by the court or it wont happen. You can also get married. Read More
What does 'recycle ' mean. If you are asking if it's legal to throw it in the junk, -no that's allowed. Read More
Obtain legal advice for your jurisdiction. Read More
It is legal for them to fill out their will if on medication. If the medication impairs their judgement it could be an issue, but some medications are needed. Read More
Only the court can do that if the state have that option. There are many requirements such as not living with ones parents for a long time, paying ones own bills, have a job etc. If you fill the criteria you fill in the papers and petition the court and they decide. Read More
What is the form for a divorced parent to fill out in order for their child to go out of the country?
First, you need permission of the other parent, who needs to sign the petition for a visa. Read More
You will be filling out a petition form that deals with arrangements for your children. (form D8A). This is in addition to the petition for dissolution. The D8A form is where you can address the pregnancy and your needs and arrangements prior to the birth of your child as well as after. If you are filing your divorce petition pro se rather than using an attorney, there are sample forms and a lot of information… Read More
Legal Piercing Age Requirements Under most State Health Codes HFS 173 there are age restrictions and requirements of those being pierced that must be met. To help you through your piercing experience here are the rules which govern body piercing. For a person 18 years of age or older, that person need only have a valid form of identification. For persons aging 16 years old and 17 years old, a parent or legal guardian must… Read More
Sponsoring an illegal alien as a friend or relative can be complicated. The key is to successfully fill out a petition form and an Affidavit of Support. On these forms, you must prove that you can successfully take care of the illegal alien as well as proving yourself as a true U.S. citizen. Fill out an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative through United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (see Resources). Read More
Actual legal forms are included in most law books so that preparing certain legal documents is a sort of fill-in-the-blank exercise. Read More
If your state or county allows emancipation, the law will specify what forms or format the petition must be in. Consult your local laws to find out if you can apply and where to get the forms. Read More
There is no statute in Kentucky. You'll have to wait until you are the age of majority. If you are not safe at home, contact the local social services agency to get help. Read More
Go to the City Hall and get a Petition for Order of the Court - fill out the relevant section 1.6.3 pertaining to "Forced Marriage - Under 18". Read More
Usually you can apply at 16 in most states but you have to fill the requirements and the judge have to approve. Read More
Each court has its own way of handling evictions of tenants. They usually have packets of the proper documents you must fill out to begin the process. Read More
How can you get a permit for your illegal wife to work and fly to other states when you're a legal American?
If you're a legal American with a recognized marriage license, your wifey is legal. Probably just some paperwork to fill out. Congrats. Read More
You can help an illegal alien become legal by helping them fill out the appropriate applications for residency and paying the needed fees. This will put them on the right track to becoming a legal resident or citizen. Read More
you need to start with the i 130 if your legally married Read More
Yes, contributing to the delinquency of a minor can be expunged in the state of South Carolina. The first step to getting this charge expunged is to fill out a 'motion for expungement' form from your local courthouse.Ê Read More
How can you get the forms to petition the New Jersey Superior Court to remove an executor of a Will?
Call or visit the court where the Will was filed. You can obtain the proper form for filing, fill it out and sign it, and then file it with the court for a hearing. Read More
To get a child support release in California, you have to contact the child support agency and fill out a form. You will need to do this to start the process to petition the court for the release. Read More
You perform the necessary title research and legal research to answer each item in the complaint and state your own legal position on why the plaintiff should not prevail. Read More
You could look up a store that sells legal documents and simply fill in the blanks. This way all the legal work is done for you. Read More
If you want to find legal documents you should go to state archive and request that information, fill in the blank and pay the fee maybe. Read More
As long as you pay the federal tax and fill out the appropriate paperwork and your state allows them, yes. Read More
The ordained minister can always perform the wedding for the religion. But to make the wedding legal the couple has to go to the town hall and fill in some legal documents. Read More
In most(all?) states (and I doubt that Oregon is any different) these are not a pre-printed, fill-in-the-blanks, type of form. Each petition would have to be specfically worded to relate to the case for which it is submitted. If you plan on trying to go to the State Supreme Court I'm sure you must have an attorney - ask them. Read More
What happens to an adopted child if something happens to the adoptive parents before the child is of legal age?
Relatives of the adopted child whether biological or through the adoptive parents are given the opportunity to become the minor child's guardian. If there is an estate a Guardian Ad Litem will be appointed to represent the minor child. If there is family member able to fill the position then the court declares the minor child a ward of the state and and again appoint a Guardian Ad Litem (attorney) to oversee the minor's financial… Read More
You CAN fill it out for them - providing that all the information you put down in the entries is TRUE and actually pertains to the applicant - but you CANNOT sign it. By signing it, it is the applicant who swears that the information on the form is true and complete. Read More
My spouse died without a will. I want to be the administratior of her estate. How do I write a letter to be appointed the administrator?
You should visit the probate court in your jurisdiction. It probably has a form you can fill out as a petition to be appointed the administrator of the estate. Read More
so you have to fill up application, they always ask on application date of birth. Read More
There is a document ; you must fill it out & give it to your county court commission center . Once you have that done ; it would be smart to get a family lawyer for a free consultation . They can help majorly , Good luck . Read More