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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for California on
Q: In California can i still get unemployment if i sign a severance package that waves claims against my company?
百姓彩票网Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen answered on Jun 3, 百姓彩票网

Unemployment insurance benefits are not a claim against your company. It is receipt of benefits from the government that you and the company have paid for through prior payroll contributions. The right to those benefits, paid by the government, are unaffected by a release signed between you and... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for California on
Q: I pay child support to my ex for our daughter, she has sole physical and legal custody of her. Today the judge approved

for me to have temporary custody of my daughter, pending our custody court date. My question is, do I call child support and ask them to stop payments to my ex, since my daughter is in my custody for 2 months? Our custody court date is set for August 3rd. Or do I have to allow them to keep... Read more »

百姓彩票网Marco Antonio Torres
Marco Antonio Torres answered on Jun 3, 百姓彩票网

In order to stop the child support garnishment you need to file for modification of child support and it will only be modified after a court order. Any modification entered after the filing of the request for modification will be retroactive to the date of filing and you will be entitled to a... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Illinois on
Q: What will the legal consequences be of running away at age 17, I dont care that im free at 18.

I want solid answers, If I go live with a trusted relative who keeps quiet will they get in trouble? I wouldn't tell anyone where I'd go, I just need to know what would happen to those people. Also if I have a job and police or my parents confront me there would they be able to take me... Read more »

百姓彩票网Cheryl Powell
Cheryl Powell answered on Jun 2, 百姓彩票网

Yes, anyone helping you can be charged with a felony for harboring a runaway.

Your parents have complete authority and control over you. As a practical matter, if the police find you and you are not suspected of a crime, you would be taken to the police station. Your parents would be...
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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Louisiana on
Q: DO I HAVE THE RIGHT TO TRANSFER PROVISIONAL CUSTODY TO A GREAT GRAND PARENT IF THE NATURAL PARENT IS INCARCERATED

THE MOTHER IS DECEASED AND I AM A NON-FAMILY MEMBER WHO HAS HAD PROVISIONAL CUSTODY OF THE MINOR CHILD FOR 5 YEARS.

百姓彩票网Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux answered on Jun 2, 百姓彩票网

The great grand parent needs to file for custody. The provisional custody has expired.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support and Family Law for Louisiana on
Q: Divorced in Miss. Son graduated high school in Louisiana and has moved out. Do we share the Obligation for three years?

He will be attending college and working pt but will not be living with either parent. Will it go directly to my son?

百姓彩票网Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux answered on Jun 2, 百姓彩票网

Louisiana has no legal requirement that you pay child support after high school graduation. If this is for arrears, it goes to the other parent.

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