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My daughters father and i currently have a vistation order from the court, he gets her every other weekend. I want to move in the future because i do not like the town im living and want to move to a safer area closer to my family. there is a chance my Fiance could be getting a job in another part of florida, how would i be able to get permission to move if the father doesnt agree
Can I be evicted for my child being accused of disorderly conduct without going to court first
I am in probate I hga ve a title that is in my maiden name and my deceased mother had a lien on it with the department of dmv probate said I had to get legal advice how to lift this lien off this title because she has to no the lien amount because its taxable but dmv said they don't require a amont on lien can someone help me please what do I need to do
I am trying to find out which chapter is best for me to file I do not want my home or car in the bankruptcy any help I was advised Chapter 7 but keep getting conflicting information can anyone assist n this question
I have 2 felony charges from 3 years ago in Phx, Az. I now reside and work in CA. I was advised by the judge that based on my income a court appointed attorney is not an option. Because the matter is an Az matter but i reside in Ca do i seek representation from ca or az?
I was terminated from my job because I injured myself, is this a legal practice that employers in this state can do ?
My children's mother dropped the kids off with me December 31, three days after my agreed weekly visit not wanting to be responsible for taking care of them anymore. Ive got documentation and witnesses that she dropped them off with the intent to sign over her rights as a mother so she could do as she pleases. How do I protect myself legally so she cannot come and go taking them from a stable home after not being in contact once for the past five weeks? She dropped them off at my job with only the clothes on their backs. I am employed and have constant care for them, how do I protect myself?
My Husband went to school for Welding and was promissed to be certified. When graduated didn't get any of his certifications, and now stuck with a loan payment. Not sure what kind of lawyer we need to help us with this case. I was told maybe civil rights?
what are the fathers rights if not married?
My mother recently passed away and her will states that everything is to be divided among my 2 sisters and I. She has a house with a loan on it, a vehicle that is paid for(that my oldest sister now has), property that my other sister and her husband say is now theirs and I have only small things. The house is to go to the three of us but I can't get any info from my older sisters about it. And now my nephew and his girlfriend and son are living in the house and paying my older sister. What can I do ??
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