Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered Anonymous' question

Your brother with power of attorney is right, if he say you can't live there you can't live there. If I were you I would get a lawyer, especially if you are doing the up keep on the home and payingthe bills on time, and can show that with reciepts.

Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered Anonymous' question

I give my Chiuahua baby asprin when her arthritis acts up but only half a chewable. My vet said it was fine but no more the 3 times a day. She weighs about 5 pounds.

Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered

Is this stated in your parenting plan? If so then you must provide a copy of the travel insurance. Also, I would advise you to read your parenting plan, most state that a child is not allowed to travel more than 100 miles without the courts permission. It can be considered parental kidnapping.

Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered Stuart Smith's question

Following the departure of the Roman legions from Wales, the country had become fractured into divided territories, each with their own leaders. The first known person to actually call himself king was Rhodri Mawr, and being from Wales he was by extension called the King of Wales, although he … Read more

Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered

No. This is considered running away from home. The law states that a minor child aged 14 and older (sometimes as young as 12) can decide what parent they want to live with BUT, you must go to court and tell a judge why you want to leave the parent that you currently live with. … Read more

Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno commented
(laughing) I've had a few bad go rounds with the police, when I was in my late teens and early 20's. Never did I experience them out of control, or breaking the law themselves. I think if someone believes they are miss treated by the police they should document the incident with as much detail … Read more
Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno commented
Yes, this is called a non-contested divorce. In most states you can pick up what is called a "do it yourself divorce packet" (some states do not allow you to do your own divorce) at your local court house and fill it out together if you choose to. Now they are not free. Some states … Read more
Allynda Greeno
Allynda Greeno answered

In most states the child needs to be 14 in order to make that decision. The best thing to do is file for a mitigation hearing. This is a private meeting where you, your ex and your son can discuss the issue with a judge. The judge will decide if your son is mature enough, … Read more