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- We lost our home a year and a half ago through foreclosure. They had strung us a long promissing to help, we didn't know there was other help out there. Is there a way to get the home back (it's not sold), is there any type of assistance for people who are already "homeless" We got a notice for settlement payment - is this our only option for assistance?
- i'm in the navy, i'm currently in chicago. my wife and 20 month old daughter live in tucson. my wife decided to leave me and move in with another guy and she took my daughter. she won't tell me where. since we're still married don't i have the right to know where my daughter is and with who?? can i call the police if she won't tell me where my daughter is?
- I am interested in finding out rights for people being discriminated against for being in a multi racial relationship.
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