Is a guardianship legal if biological parents were not served with petition for guardianship?
Guardianship is legal when the judge says it is. An attempt must be made to serve the biological parents but if service is not possible for whatever reason an argument can be made to the judge to grant guardianship without it.
Additional: If the child was removed from the custody of the biological parents by court order due to some shortcoming or failing of the parents to 'nurture and protect' the child, and custody was awarded to a foster family, you would.should have been issued a court order to that effect. . . IF you could have been found. If the state Dept. of Children and Family Services (or whatever they call it in your state) initiated the petition for the safety of the child, you need not have been served with any formal legal papers prior to them taking this action.
Your sister can request guardianship of your child through a petition to the family court. She would need to provide evidence that the guardianship would be in the best interest of the child and the parents are unfit. The court would appoint professionals to evaluate the situation and report back to the judge. The judge could approve the guardianship if there was clear evidence that the welfare of the child would be better served if… Read More
Yes you can have him served in another state, you may have to ask your local attorney if it is served under his states laws or your own. Great question tho. Read More
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A complaint or petition is filed to initiate a lawsuit. It is served with a summons. Read More
The day you gather information regarding issue of summons on you can appear berore the trial court along with the petition stating the facts, through your learned counsel. Read More
File a petition in the court that has jurisdiction over the case. Read More
File a regular Petition for Dissolution of Marriage form with the courts and have the husband served in the jail. A call to the correctional facility to find out the correct procedure to have him served. The husband would have 20 calendar days from when he was served to file an answer. Read More
How do i get a copy of the petition of divorce my husband filed against me in San Bernardino county California since he won't give me a copy of it?
If it is actually filed, you should have been served with it (or will be shortly.) If you haven't been served with it, he (for lack of a better way to say it) techinically hasn't completed all his requirements of filing. Long story short is he's got to get you a copy of the Petition. If he already served you with and and lost it, you can go to the records room of the Courthouse… Read More
Does the grandmother has the right to put father on child support if they are still married and the nother is incarcerated?
Do you have guardianship? It sounds like (from your question) you are raising the child not the mother or father. If this is the case you need to file for guardianship which will then award you child support from both parents (regardless of whether or not they are incarcerated). If the mother is seeking support she can go to the state and they will impute his income (guess what his income would be if he… Read More
To begin the ball rolling, write a formal written petition to the Secretary of the Branch of the service in which you served officially requesting it. Read More
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If you live in the US... In some states parents must consent to the emancipation. In other states their consent is not required, but they are served notice of the petition and are given the opportunity to contest it. If they contest it, then the minor better have a darn good reason (which needs to be proven) why emancipation would be in their best interest (ie abuse, neglect, failure to provide the basic necessities of… Read More
um. I never been Divorce before. but Have you try go to Divorce lawyer ask them a question. that might helpful. Divorce Lawyer can help with you how to Divorce Petition papers. Good luck. Here this. I found off from website. How do I serve the divorce papers? If a lawyer is handling your divorce, he or she will have the divorce papers served on your spouse. If you are using "do-it-yourself" forms, the instructions… Read More
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Yes, request a divorce under the state's default laws. Once the petition is filed the non compliant spouse will be served notice and if he or she does not appear at the hearing the judge will ask a few questions and if the the answers are found to be legally satisfactory the divorce will be granted on the terms stated in the divorce petition. Read More
because they were the same person. grover Cleveland served as the 22nd and 24th president. he served two terms just not consecutively Read More
Joint mortgage with your partner who is being served with a bankruptcy petition where do you stand with the house?
He's being served? You mean his creditors are forcing him into an involuntary personal bankruptcy? That's a very uncommon thing! You have good reason to be concerned...and an excellent reason to get specific legal advice to protect your interests. Read More
Does the husband need to be served in order for the court to ask for child support from the biological father?
If this involves a case where the child is the result of an affair, and does not reside in a putative father state in which the husband would be the presumed father, he would not be served. see related article below Read More
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yeah and he can drink because you only have to be 18 to get served alcohol anyway so he can go with out his parents and have a drink Read More
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How do you have a biological fathers rights taken away so you can adopt your son whom you have had with us since he was three weeks old in 1994 he doesn't have a address just a PO box ne papers served?
The answer to your question may be different in the state where you live than in the state I live in (Oklahoma) but here the perspective adoptive parents file a Petition for adoption and then either (1) ask the father if he will provide his consent by signing off on a "relinquishment" of his parental rights or (2) file an Application within the pending adoption case for the court to determine that the child is… Read More
In the state of Florida, if the served party refuses to sign "answer" the petition, a Motion for Default is the form to file. Read More
Can the mother take the child out of state after she has been served with by the sheriff for legitimation?
If you mean that the father has filed a petition to establish his paternity the mother should not flee the state. Her action would be held against her by the court. Read More
If you are served with lawsuit papers from a credit card company, contact an attorney immediately. If you wait, your time to answer the petition will expire and depending on the state you live in, that credit card company can obtain a default judgment to garnish your wages or your checking/savings accounts. Read More
Can a wife file for an uncontested divorce without her husband's signature in Arkansas when they have been separated for 2 full years?
No. She can file a divorce petition, whether or not it will be uncontested depends upon what action her husband chooses to take. Uncontested means the served party agrees to all the terms of the divorce petition and agrees to have the marriage dissolved. Read More
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If you have a signed piece of paper that the respondent received the divorce petition papers, that is all you need. The other party has been served. The other party has been notified. The divorce can proceed. Your lawyer can inform the judge that the other party refused to respond. It happens all the time. You do have a lawyer, don't you? Read More
Yes, a person serving a sentence in a state or federal facility can have divorce petition (or other legal actions) served upon them, and has the legal right to respond through the prescribed facility regulations. Read More
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The plaintiff files a petition for the civil suit, the court clerk notarizes and files the petition, the civil summons is served on the defendant by an officer of the court, a private process server or in some instances by certified mail. In cases such as creditor suits, the defendant does not have to physically receive the summons, all that is necessary is for the plaintiff to make a reasonable attempt of service. Read More
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When you file your Petition for Divorce, you need to also file an Affidavit swearing you've tried to find your spouse but have been unable to, and don't know where he/she is. Pay the extra fee to the clerk to have the spouse served by publication. Read More
Answer On the petition (paperwork) that you receive it should tell you how long you have to answer. You must get an attorney as quickly as possible to answer the lawsuit for you or the person/company who filed the lawsuit can win the case by default. Read More
Your case must be completed and your sentence fully and satisfactorily served, Present a petition/motion to the court requesting the expungement. A judge will decide if it should be granted or not. An expungement is NOT a pardon. Read More
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Typically, after the initial divorce petition is filed and served on the other spouse, a divorces will take an addition six months or less to be finalized. However, if both spouses are not in agreement the process will obviously require more time. Read More
In the state of Missouri do all heirs of an estate need to be notified when a will is entered into probate?
All of the heirs must be informed and either sign off on the petition to enter into probate or they filer must show they have served legal notice of the probate process. Read More
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You draft a complaint or petition, asserting a legal cause of action and how these facts apply to that cause of action. Then you take the complaint to the proper court clerk, pay the filing fee, and file it. Next, you have the person legally served with a copy of the lawsuit. Read More
No. They must have their civil rights restored by court action. This is available in only certain states and you must check YOUR individual state (the one in which you were convicted) to be certain that this privilege is offered - and then - petition the ocurt for their restoration. Read More
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