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- I signed away my rights to my oldest daughter when she was 3, I don't know if I'm on the birth certificate. I didn't sign it, i was in basic training when she was born. I signed away my rights so her stepdad could adopt her. I came back in the picture when she was 12. I've had regular visitation with her for the last 3 years, but want my legal rights back. The mother and adoptive father will not fight me on it, they are supportive. What do I have to do to get started.? I can not afford an attorney.
- I am living in a house that is in foreclosure. The trustee date is in December, how lolng do I have until I get evicted from the property? How does the whole foreclosure work in AZ?
- If both parties names are on the house if one party stops paying am I responsible for all of it.
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