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- I rent a room month-to-month. Today the live-in land lord told me to move. I know I have 30 days. Do I have to pay the rent on the first of the month?
- how do i get halp.i hav go job childsupport want me to pay $334 a week without a job a i have no way of pay them . iget my 2 girls every week.i have to pay,food,shoes,and coltes.they mommy dont give them the things they need when they came to my house and this every week we go throw this what do i do ?
- I share joint custody of our 10 year old with my exhusband (I am primary), am I able to modify our visitation agreement if has not taken our son to school (called him in absent) for the last 5 Fridays in a row without my knowledge or consent?
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