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father''s right to custody of 2 year old daughter before divorce is filed

A:  you have a legal right to apply for custody but you will only get it if the mother doesn''t want custody. You could have joint custody. Don''t apply just to upset the wife it will cost you a lot of money...

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Irrevocable Trust..my mom is Trustee?

A:  You can start by consulting with a California trust attorney. Your mother most likely is guilty of breach of fiduciary duty and possibly could face more serious legal charges depending on how much and how she stole from you. The attorney will begin by looking at your grandparents probate file to get some idea of the estimated value of the estate and to find out definitely WHO was trustee. The trust is a private document that is managed outside of court, so there will be no public record of that. She had an obligation to provide you with an annual accounting statement for each year the trust existed, but of course she didn''t do that, right? You might have somewhat of a difficult legal battle (unless you allege that she coerced or used undue...

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Dads trust in tenants keeps going & going..

A:  It sounds like Dad avoids conflict and will go to the ends of the earth to avoid having to deal with those that are taking advantage of him. There isn't a website to school him on his bad financial ways. Perhaps Dad is not able to "put his foot down" so maybe it would be a better fit for him if he were to get a professional managment company (reputable) to handle things. I am not a fan of management companies but they will do a better job at handling matters than he seems to be. That said; you can do a world of good to learn all you can about being a LL, the financial side of it and the legal. You can then show him on paper the different scenario's such as IF they lady in back were to go away and you get a paying customer in there.....here is what you would make. IF you...

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Fired then Sent Letter Stating *I* Quit? Florida

A:  Nope, no recourse. You are not covered under FMLA. Therefore, when your boss told you to return to work and you did not, you abandoned the position. Having said that, file for UI anyway. In these cases, the board will usually help you out. Not 100% positive, but definately possible. It made be a job you are well quit from. In rereading your post, I overlooked the last paragraph. You are not debating "Right to Work". That has to do with union involvement. You are talking about "At Will" employment. Basically, this means that you can be fired at any time with or without cause or reason. It also means that you can quit a job at any time with or without cause or reason. If you want to get, you have to give. If you want employers to give up the ability to fire employees, you...

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Fraudulent Lease causing many headaches

A:  Absent a lawyer you will probably flounder in system. A nonCT LL's suggestions: You probably have some due process way to stall out town from eviction, need counsel to sort it out. If you are protected by state statute as to relocation you probably need counsel to enforce same as to town. You probably have a major suit possibility against owner for economic damages plus emotional distress etc, need to file lis pendens against this property along with same etc, again need counsel. Recovery of rent for lack of a CO very problematic by itself. If the LL fails to deliver on a lease that may be damages. You suffered no damages due to lack of CO directly --but you suffered massive damages when lease could not be sustained. Somehow I'll just be this LL has a lot...

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Cyberstalking, impersonation and threats.--Q

A:  This is a good question. To begin, you might as well contact MySpace and Facebook and Craigslist to preserve the evidence and providing them a copy of the police report (I think if you omitted your name that would be fine.) It is possible that you might be able to obtain the information on file at those companies such as, e.g. email address and IP address of the poster. At that point, I''ll be honest - I haven''t had to file suit and withhold the name of the plaintiff so I''m not quite sure. Given the fact that "libel per se" (where you don''t have to prove damages because they are obvious) usually extends to sexual history of a woman, it is possible that there may be some statute that will give you the protection you need. With regard to a lawyer

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seperation in question but need to stay in home

A:  Check this link for basic MD divorce info: http://research.lawyers.com/Maryland/Divorce-in-Maryland.html If you're living together, you're not separated. You are free to move without the kids. I suggest you consult a local divorce attorney for advice about your options. Do you have a job? If not its time to get one. You cannot expect to support yourself and 2 kids with no $$. Do you have any friends or family nearby that you can stay with or anyone to help out for childcare? Can you get a job at night if your husband is home and he can watch the kids? Until a court says otherwise either parent has rights to the kids. I would not move out of state with them. Do you own your own home? You can possibly...

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Need help - PA Moveaway law

A:  Unless and until there's a court order establishing custody, etc. she wouldn't be kidnapping the kid if she moved. You need to talk with a local family law attorney and file seeking a formal custody arrangement; part of that would include a standing order that until things are decided, the kid stays put in your state. "... I am not looking for legal advise ...." You sure should be looking for advice (note spelling). You should go to court and file for custody, Since mom intends on moving out of state you do have a godo chance of getting it. when you file for custody file it as an emergency

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Adultery divorce facts?

A:  Most places in the USA have uncontested divorces, meaning that a reason does not have to be given for the divorce. What the means ? Adultery really does not mean much anymore, unless there was a prenuptial agreement. You need an attorney. Reference this site for free legal advice. I ran across this site when I was looking for legal advice. It is free and has real / licensed lawyers. Donít forget, lawyers will meet with you for an initial meeting for free. Also, nowadays, many lawyers will make arrangements with you for payments on a weekly, bi-weekly basis. Donít forget, licensed professionals, like everyone else, are...

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If no one shows up, and the judge sets another hearing

A:  If I were you, I'd spend $100-200 for a legal consultation rather than let him jerk you back and forth.  Even if you think you'd like to reconcile now, get that consultation for the future when he pulls this again..you are probably mistaken about what you may be entitled to, but only a local attorney can give you the straight info there. Good luck. Bottom line if you don't get some skilled help your hubby will walk all over you-like a doormat.   If he filed for divorce but then dropped it that issue may be a dead one and you need tofile--but you need help as to details Just because he asked you to leave does not make that a legal requirement--me, I'd be inclinedto take by ditty bag and toothbrush and move back in!   Aside--does...