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QUESTIONS

  • I am pregnant with my ex boyfriends baby. If I give my son my last name, can his father fight to make me change the last name to his? and if he can will he win?
  • My ex wife and I share joint custody. I have since remarried and have another child. I will have my child from my first marriage while my ex is deployed. I told her that he would be spending a few weeks with his brother at his grandparents house from my marriage now. She responded with she is giving her Mom her custodial rights while she is gone and has threatened to have me banned from letting them spend time without me around with his Grandparents from my current marriage because they are not blood relatives. Can she do this and if so what can I do.
  • My home was foreclosed (sold at auction) in 2009. I had two loans on the home, my primary residence: a Primary and a Home Equity Line of Credit. I have become aware that the HELOC bank, *****, has not written off my loan yet; this is preventing me from purchasing another home, which I have under contract. Q: Should a HELOC be considered "settled" with a foreclosure or can ***** the bank still pursue me for the unpaid loan amount (+$100K)? I am waiting to hear from *****, but they are extremely slow to respond and this could cause me to lose a potential new home! :-(
  • I would like to foreclose on the property next door to me that I have been paying the taxes on for 8+ years. The courthouse told me to go ahead with a tax foreclosure (lien). I cannot find a packet through law library for self help. The courat house genarl assistance line did not assist me. Told me to get a lawyer. I am needed to be opointed in the right dirsection.
  • Is it against the law for my creditor (car dealership)to contstanly contact me at work even after I have verbally requested them not to? What can I do to protect my employment as them constanly calling may jeopordize my employment?
  • My husbands ex-wife and her current boyfriend have been harassing my husband about giving up his parental rights and change his daughters last name. He is behind on child support (has his first job in almost 3 yrs of which we can't even cover our bills with) she refuses to even let him speak to his daughter over the phone, among other things. We need to speak with a lawyer or something please what do we need to do? We don't want to lose his daughter and we want visitations which he hasn't in almost 3 yrs (ex-wife blames me the current wife go figure.) please help
  • If you sell your mobile that is in a senior park and the buyer is going to pull it out. What is our legal responsibility, and what is the parks ?
  • My landlord has turned off my access to my porch light in order to save money. My entrance is in the back of the house where it s extremely dark. Entrance into the area is through a gate where the step has eroded away, making for a dangerous entrance, even in the light. Is my landlord required to provide a safe entryway, including lighting?
  • My husband died and our Grant Deed for our property shows he has a 30% tenants in common share of the home. I have 70%. He further has a will that states he leaves any properties to me. He also has a son that will not dispute this. Do I need to go to probate since his 30% value in the home is minimal (K40-45K net value). Or what form can be filed to correct the Grant deed to reflect my full ownership?
  • If the other parent signs a typed letter and has it notarized granting the other parent sole custody while maintaining supervised visitation and has it filed with the court is it legally binding?

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  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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  • State Bar of Arizona
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    Referral number 602-257-4434
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  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
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