Direitos dos Locatários de Maine: Despejo (Portuguese) Introdução Esse artigo responde algumas perguntas comuns que locatários no Maine têm sobre seus direitos. Cada estado possui diferentes leis que protegem os locatários - esse artigo trata apenas da lei no estado do Maine.
Ntomo ya ba locataire na Maine: Kobima na ndako (Lingala) Ebandeli Mokanda oyo ezali koyanola mituna mingi bafuti ndako na Maine bazali na yango na makambo matali ntomo na bango.
Can my landlord turn off my utilities or change the locks on my door or kick me out without going to court? No. It is illegal for your landlord to throw you out by force. Your landlord must get a court order before they evict you.
How do I know if my child’s sexual behavior is normal or a sign of abuse? As a caregiver, you may be worried about a child if they start displaying sexualized behaviors. Your instinct may be to think something has happened to the child, but that is not always the case. Some child sexualized behavior is healthy.
This is the second part of our guide to Child Protection proceedings in Maine. It covers what can happen when DHHS investigates a household because they believe that a child may be at risk of being harmed.
This guide is the first in a series about what happens when DHHS gets involved with families. This guide covers the very first steps in the Maine Child Protection process - our other guides cover later parts of this process. If you are in a situation where DHHS is becoming involved with your family, start here.
How do I know if my legal issue is "criminal?" In Maine there are three basic kinds of “charges” for “offenses against the state.”
About DHHS and Child Abuse and Neglect DHHS Child Protective Services investigates reports of child abuse. There are 5 different things that DHHS can do: