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- What exactly are the laws for minors of the age of 16 working in the state of Arizona?
- Iinherited my mothers house and itis alreadyin my name, but her estate is still in probate. I was also appointed personal rep bymy mother. the problem I'm having ismy youngest sister will not leave my house. She even has other people livingthere with her. The house still has all of my mothers assets in it, my sis chgd locks and I cannot enter any longer. How can I get her out?
- I am divorced and my ex left AZ after. My children are with me but he still has partial custody. He has not contacted or seen the children in 3+yrs. No card, call or anything. My current husband would like to legally become their father. I have no idea where my ex is or how to even contact him. I have an agency searching for him for non payment of child support and they cannot even find him! Could you tell me how to dissolve his rights as father so that my current husband can make them his kids since that is who they call dad. I also want his rights taken away because if anything were to happen to me I don't want him to be able to come in and take them because they wouldn't know him or feel safe with him because of past events.
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