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Question on privacy

A:  What do you mean by "personal accounts"? "... is there anything I can do about this?" If an e-account, change passwords (and stop using a mutual home computer)? If bank account, you don't say how he's accessing but that's easy enough to remedy. "Are there any legal ramifications I can get him for?" You haven't been sufficiently specific, but no, I doubt it. What accounts? If you believe he knows the passwords, why not change them? WHat proof do you have? "If I suspect my ex has been accessing my personal accounts, is there anything I can do about this?" Accessing how? What sort of account? And do you have anything other than a "suspicion"? "Are there any legal ramifications I can get him for?"...

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Please Help Me

A:  Suggestion: Discuss your concerns with a local attorney to protect your rights. Find out what needs to happen, when where and how. Then make sure your friend doesn't take any shortcuts that will cost you $$ or heartache. Laymans take: Absolutely positively you do NOT give him the quit claim deed until the prior note you are on is duly recordable as "satisified" AND you get a good funds in hand for your share and you make sure the satisfation is physically processed. Often these setps all take place essentially at the same settlement table insame timeframe--and you make sure the satisfaction piece gets processed. Its not you job to hold his hand to have him to requalify--but know that if he fails to qualify or deliberately torpedoes his own applications you may still...

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Immigration and divorce

A:  My question is since we have not had an interview with USCIS and I have withdrawn my petition what happens now? nothing is going to happen because Your pettion Is withdrawn. Am I still bound by the affidavit of support if she should decide to stay in the US? if she got her visitor visa by your affidavit support , the affidavit of support is valid. Will she be able to stay in the US? No, when her visa visitor is expired she must leave the country unless she apply for extention her visa or other visas . Are there any potential consequences to me for withdrawing my petition? No. I think Customer Service answered your question. (I 130 and the EAD are separate and one does not affect the...

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whats my obligation

A:  ''I own a small sub-contracting company, and recently gave a bid to three diffrent general contractors. About 5 minuets before bid time one of the generals called me and asked if my price was good because i was 30% low. I responded that didnt sound right so do not use my number. I immediatly went over the bid and saw where i missed a large part of the job.'' It''s too bad that you didn''t tell the other 2 not to use your bid, either. As I will explain in a moment, it might have already been too late at that point (5 minutes before bid deadline) to withdraw, but it might have helped you depending the particular facts and UT contract law. '' At that time I informed him that i missed a portion of the project and could not do the work for the...

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Single-car accident on NJ Turnpike

A:  "they denied my request to pay for the damages and storage fees because of TORT law, stating that they had to have had prior knowledge of an unsafe condition." That's probably true in general. And even more true when a storm and wind causes the problem. You don't say where you were on the turnpike but in some spots winds were gusting to over 40 MPH. You can check the location, date and wind speed on: http://www.wundergroun... If winds were that high you probably don't have a case. "Are there any other options in order to get them to pay the money?" You can file a lawsuit. Can't say how far you'll get with it. "I told them specifically that I am not looking to become rich off of this. I...

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Parent being contacted/harrassed for kids bills--Q

A:  Originally Posted by SRGreen My daughter is in debt (does not live with me) and I''ve been used as a personal reference for phone, loans, utilities etc. Now, third party debt collectors. I''m getting many calls a day (13-16), although I am not cosigner on any of these. I''ve not answered these calls and have sent her a letter about it. Her phone is off. I''m not giving collectors her employment (although they probably alreadly know. - or her email address - she can ignore their emails just as she does mine) Can I tell these folks to remove my number from their records and stop calling me? Or what? How can I protect myself? Thank you, SRG Answer the calls and tell them she does not live there and you do not know who she is,

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Anyone who is married or was plz help?

A:  ''How can I teach him that it isn''t ok to lie to me?'' He isn''t your child or a pet...you don''t ''teach'' your husband. ''How can I make him stop lieing to me?'' You can''t ''make'' him do anything. ''Should he have consequences to his lie?'' He is an adult so putting him in the corner isn''t going to be very effective. How about sitting down and talking to your husband like an adult and set boundaries? If the boundaries are crossed and an agreement cannot be met I suggest you re-evaluate your relationship/marriage. Trust and mutual respect are the firm foundation for any successful marriage. Before you approach him, I would watch him for awhile without him knowing and just keep small tabs on him. I can''t believe I''m saying that because in any other situation I would not say to do...

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Record Contract - sever before term is served?

A:  U.s. law Only! Well then, could you direct me to the correct forum? Matt Well, that''s going to depend on the contract. If you sign a music contract, make sure that you have a lawyer look over it and answer any questions you have. Those contracts can vary too much for a lawyer to be able to blindly answer it without reading one that''s available. Indeed, I would without a doubt hire an experienced lawyer to review any contracts presented to me. Still, for a typical contract, would it be possible to sever it, even if it were to mean paying a fine, and is this at all commonplace? And why not? What consequences would one encounter if one were to outright cancel their contract? Certainly not...

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Inappropriate website usage?

A:  and get on with your life. "When we split up my ex started to verbally accuse someone in this guild, who is a very good friend of mine, of having an affair with me, (which is untrue) he started to tell that to some of our mutual friends, his family and people in our church." It's defamatory. You can try to sue him for defamation. You can drag your divorce on for years. "Finally this person got so mad and posted a story, under my login account, in a fit of anger and irritation that sarcastically said, not only did i have an affair but im carrying his kid." So both your ex and the idiot guy have made the claim that it is true. Your action for defamation is probably shot. "My ex knew this was untrue because I had only met this person about...

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Health dept. harrassment over sewage

A:  If you have water puddling over the top of leach lines, it may be a sign that the ground is saturated. You could have a problem. I don''t know, I can''t see it. The Health Dept. has the responsibility of protecting your neighbors from sewer contamination. Sounds like someone can get close enough to see it, is there a chance your neighbors can smell something? I can''t see the health department coming around to check on things unless someone complained. Have you had your tank pumped in the last 2-4 years? If not, the solids could be getting into the leach line field which could be causing the soil out there to be saturated. My suggestion is that you have a sewer contractor do a full inspection. I suspect an attorney would ask you for this information as well. "How do I get these...