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My mom and dad were seperated for many years but still married. She passed away. Her will was changed not long before she died making the man she lives with the beneficiary. Isn't my dad still entitled to her estate, or a percentage of it if still legally married
My daughter has sexually assaulted a child. Is there a way I can give custody of her to the state for her to get help. I have already tried counseling and other options. Plus my girlfriend has moved out and refuses to let me see my son while I still have my daughter.
Father is on medical leave and claims he has no funds or getting any disability is he still suppose to pay. What do I do to get by I count on the support to live
My wife recently seperated with our unborn child, and i have to get an essesment done before i can be at the birth of our child, which is very soon, If i am not there or even if i am, what rights does she have to name our our child
If when signing the plea the judge states "I will allow the felony to be set aside." After completing probation I was denied. The felony is Agg. Assault and I know that violent crimes are not eligible to be set aside. But I feel there should be accountability. What are the options?
My sister gets social security disability i work, she leased an apartment in Glendale AZ , i work 40 hours plus and pay the difference of 617.00 a month plus lights that are in her name . On march 31st 2020 she decided to move out of an apartment thats leased under her name and just leave me there there is rent owed due to my hours being drastically cut to 25 hours a week. i was obligated to invest in internet snd a upgraded computer to be able to work from home due to the COVID 9 .I just seen an eviction letter to be in court on april 14 2020 , what rights do i have ?
I want to change my 3 year old daughter's name, but she does not have a father listed on her birth certificate. How do I go about this since there is not a father on her birth certificate?
My husband has said that he filed for divorce but I don't want it. Is there some way that it could go through even if I don't agree to it or if I don't sign the divorce papers.
I had an INJUNCTION AGAINST HARASSMENT filed against me in an attempt to stop me from feeding abandonded cats.The judge awarded the plaintiff a 500 ft.distance keep out zone.This person has no evidence of harassment but still won,What can I do to protect my family from this threat of jail etc.?The judge stated that I have used MY hearing time and that I had no LEGAL OBJECTION to counter this case-what does that mean?
I want to contest a parking ticket that I received in Prescott. The ticket is written to show I was issued this ticket after 10 minutes between marking and issuing in a 2 hour zone. I live in Phoenix and the cost to drive to court to have this ticket thrown out will be greater than the ticket. My ex-husband lives in Prescott, can he go to court to represent me in this matter?
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