What happens after final order of removal?
Once you are subject to a final Order of Removal, any departure from the United States is deemed to “execute” the Order of Removal. So, if you leave the U.S. on your own, you will be considered “deported” as of that date.
What happens if a judge orders you to sell your house?
Costs and expenses that may arise if a judge orders your home sold vary. For those caught in partition lawsuits, typical expenses include attorney fees and court costs that sometimes are split disproportionately among the parties involved.
Can a child be removed from home under a care order?
If your child is currently AT HOME under a care order and the LA wish to remove him or her, please see this post ‘Child at home under a care order’ If you agree to your child being removed from your care, your child will be accommodated by the local authority under section 20 of the Children Act 1989.
What happens if I appeal an emergency protection order?
Hopefully it will be possible for the Judge to agree a short delay before any order takes effect in order to give you an opportunity to make an urgent appeal. If however the Judge refuses, you need to act quickly.
Why did the judge refuse the child protection order?
The reasons given by the judge fell short of justifying refusal. The nature of the risks involved in the children remaining at home for a further very short period can be measured by the fact that the court itself had sanctioned them remaining there between 27 April and 6 May for procedural reasons.
What can I do if I need a court order right away?
File a motion for a temporary order. It can take months to get a judgment, the final decision, in your case. If you need the judge to make an order about something right away, you can file a motion for a temporary order. A motion for a temporary order asks the court to deal with important issues while you wait for the final hearing.
Can a no contact order be changed by a judge?
The order is to be taken very seriously as it is a court order. The Order is in effect as long as the case is pending unless it is changed by a Judge. The parties cannot on their own decide to not follow the “no contact” order. Is a no contact order issued in every Domestic Violence case? Not necessarily.
How can I get a no contact order removed?
The State (i.e. the Solicitor’s office and/or victim’s advocate, law enforcement, the Court) will notify the victim of the motion hearing date and time. The Judge will determine at the hearing whether the no contact order will be removed. Defendant’s attorney will file a Motion to Modify Defendant’s bond.
How can I get default judgment removed from my case?
If you had a good reason for missing the trial and you have a defense to the landlord’s case, you can ask a judge to remove the default judgment. To do this, fill out the Motion to Remove Default Judgment form (Booklet 6). Bring this form to the court as soon as possible.