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  • I am having a baby girl and was wondering do I have to give her her father's last name or can I give her my last name? And my other question is can he take me back to court to change her last name?
  • I am purchasing a house and terminating my lease on my apartment early . my landlord wants $1285 for a lease breaking fee. Is that legal?
  • I have full physical custody and shared legal custody. years ago we agreed he would get the tax write-off for our child 2 yrs in a row, I one. This is no longer fair as he has her for less than 100 days/yr and she's a teenager w a lot more expenses. He refuses to change to every other year. What recourse do I have?
  • i dont get to see my grandson he is almost 3 and I've only seen him mabe 10 times what can i do to get visitation?
  • How long does it take for a divorce to finalize in that state os Arizona?
  • If I am renting a house and it went into foreclosure without our knowledge and has been auctioned off, what rights do I have to stay in the house?
  • My great grandmother is over 109 years old. She formerly was under the care of my uncle. 2 weeks ago he moved away leaving her unattended. For 2 weeks now My grandfather travels los angeles to tijuana every other day to watch over his mother in law. We have no documents for my great gram.. id like to be able to bring her to los angeles to spare my grandfather the stress and enjoy my great grandmother which im so proud to have the honor to have id like my 4 children to get to spend time with her.
  • Can an emancipated minor go through juvenile dependency proceedings?
  • I had my wages garnished last year. Judgment creditor filed a motion to show cause against the garnishee. Garnishee was ordered to pay the outstanding balance now the same creditor is garnishing my checks again. What about the judgment against the garnishee is this legal?
  • My daughter is 17 and pregnant the baby's father is also 17 but his parents are refusing to let him attend any baby appointments or be a part of the child's birth. The baby is due in March and he wont be 18 until May. What can he do legally? He doesn't want to miss out on his child until he is 18.

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