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- I currently have joint custody of my children in which I have them 50% of the time. My ex-wife and I do not agree on which schools our children should attend, and our paperwork states that neither of us can make the final decision. An attorney had told me that if we have tried mediation with conciliation services (which we have tried), then the next step would be to file a motion for school determination. My question is: how do you go about doing that? I do not see forms that seem to pertain to this. Thanks!
- I WAS CHARGED WITH A FELONY IN AZ WHICH WAS DISMISSED AFTER SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THE TASC PROGRAM. THE FELONY 4 IS NARCOTIC POSSESION. HOWEVER, I WAS ATTEMPTING TO FILL A FRAUDULENT PRESCRIPTION AND WAS NOT HOLDING ANY NARCOTICS WHEN I WAS ARRESTED. WAS I CHARGED PROPERLY? HOW CAN I CLEAR THIS ARREST FROM MY RECORD?
- I let a friend move in with a verbal agreement that she would pay rent when she got a job - it has been a year and no job and no rent. Do I still need to go to court to evict her if she has never paid anything?
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