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Should I file for contempt of visitation or for custody if my daughter''s mother has moved to a different city?

A:  You can file a motion for contempt because she is not abiding by the terms of your visitation agreement. The judge can make an order forcing her to comply. You could request custody on the grounds that the mother is not providing a stable environment for your daughter, including not providing her with an education as mandated by law. You do have a chance to get custody under these circumstances....

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Internet Dating and Pictures of children

A:  Hi, My goodness - did you have a control issue in your marriage? First of all, this is her child too. just as you are able to take her picture and show it to friends, introduce her to your friends, etc. so is your ex. Putting her picture on the Intranet is not a terrible thing to do, even if one does include her child. If she is not the primary cutodial parent, she is certainly entitled to say that she lives alone. However, the fact that she has displayed a picture of her and her child tells everyone that she is a parent, and one that feels the child is important in her life. What do you see as wrong with what she has done? Do I email her requesting that she remove...

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Me and my husband argue but marrage counseling doesnt work for us. Any ides?

A:  You have to use the five second rule! You must pause for five seconds before speaking. This gives you time to think before you speak, and allows you to think of a nicer way to get your point across. Another great tool is to discuss what is bothering either of you without making it an attack on them. eg. I wish that you would ___________. Instead of "you always _____________. It hurts my feelings when you _________. Instead of "It is all your fault you stupid _______". Name calling and degrading eachother should never be permitted. Instead of responding defensively...you should both respond with an affirmation. This way the other knows that you were listening by acknowleding what happened, and how they will try to change. eg. I do not like it when you refuse to take your...

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Is There Anything Else I Can Do?

A:  You can try appealing the Board of Pardons'' decision, but outside of that, I don''t believe you have other options. Have you talked to an attorney? In the denial letter it states that I can not appeal the decision unless a new Governor comes into office and changes the criteria under which you file for. I don''t know of any good attorneys in Tennessee that I can talk to. I live in Florida. I have been doing a little of research on my own. As a matter of fact today I called the probation and parole that handled the pardon paper work and she told me that because my son already knows about the crime that this is why they denied my pardon. They didn''t even take into consideration that in the state of Florida I am a...

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ncp moves out of state..guardian ad litum

A:  The GAL represents the concerns of the child and the child only. I would imagine you are going to have to eventually permit these visitations and you will likely have to change your visitation agreement given the fact he's moved. The GAL will likely focus on what the child needs, which is time with both parents....

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Revision of an existing court order

A:  If your ex still lives in the county the orders originated from it is unlikely you will be able to have the jurisdiction changed. That is usually only changed when neither parties live there anymore. Until the orders are modified by the original court or a new jurisdiction they stay in effect. when neither of the parties live in the original county jurisdiction can be changed to where the kids are living, that said, if your ex still lives there then no, you probably can't change it. Don't listen to your ex on the full time student thing, he's just trying to get you riled up. As long as you are providing for the kids while you are in school, it shouldn't be an issue(however I'm not the judge, and can't guarantee that.)...

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Questions about recording phone calls and more

A:  Florida requires the consent of both parties to tape a phone conversation. NY and US does not. See: http://www.rcfp.org/taping/ If you were trying to enforce his obligations in FL the recording would be inadmissable and you could be subject to criminal charges in FL. If you were trying to enforce his obligations in NY the recording might be admissable but you'd still be subject to criminal charges in FL. PI licensing laws sometimes prohibit PI's from pretext phone calls, but I don't know of any laws prohibiting private parties from doing it. I think a better route for you to take might be to contact child support enforcement agencies in NY and FL and see what kind of help you can get....

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Legal advice needed ASAP?

A:  you can drop it and most times as long as no one was has hurt, they won''t ask that many questions. just remember that next time they might not be so fast to help you.. thinking they are going to do all that work and then drop it later.. so make sure that this is what you want to do. say the money was returnd so ur bf couldnt have done it...

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mandatory breaks

A:  Alabama has no laws concerning breaks at all. Not rest breaks nor meal breaks. Federal law does not regulate breaks of any kind. If you work in one of the states where there is no breaks rules and you are not bound by a union agreement, then your employer is only voluntarily giving you a meal break (if you have one). Your employer is also free to change or eliminate that break at any time, too.  We may not perceive this to be fair, but it is the current conditions in the United states. I do not personally agree with this, however, until the laws change the employees are at the mercy of the employer. I think there are 7 states with...

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I moved to another state, where do i send my ny plates to?

A:  Registration and License Plates New York wants its license plates back to clean out your records. Surrender your plates at any DMV office for a $1 fee, or mail them at no charge to: Riverhead Office - NYSDMV 200 Old Country Road - Route 58 Riverhead, NY 11901 Make sure to ask for your FS-6T receipt, and clean the plates beforehand of any framing or stickers. You should remove the registration stickers and destroy them. To request a registration refund, complete a Request for Refund of Fee Paid for Motor Vehicle Registrations and Driver Licenses. Mail this to: NYS Department of Motor Vehicles Refund Section 6 Empire state Plaza Albany, New York 12228- 0126 Circumstances Warranting a Refund Don''t expect to get a refund just because you''re...