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Age a child can choose?--Q

A:  If your husband wants custody he needs to file for it. Its possible that the opinions of the kids might be taken into consideration. Do you live in the same state? Dad needs to be able to prove why a change in custody is in the kids best interest. Refrain from slamming mom and put together documentation on why the kids would be better off with dad. Originally Posted by Fairisfair1964 Is there anyone out there, that knows the legal age a child in Massachusetts can decide which parent they would rather live with? I have three step children, 17, 14 & 10. The 17 yr old lives with my husband and I, the 14 & 10 yr old live with their Mother. The mother still tells probate that she has custody of her 3 children and even went and got public assistance....

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I think I have a Slumlord..

A:  I am not familiar with CA law but it is not true generally that a new owner is entitled to toss you as a tenant w/o full due proceess--and in CA full due process can be a bear for an owner. If you merely pack up and move you are still liable under the contract. If you stay you may be able to withhold rents entirely based on needed repairs--but check out CA laws on point first.. take pictures of all the disrepaired items. I am not sure how long they would give you regarding a foreclosure. Report him to code enforcement and try legal aid to advise you any further action. "To make a long story short (hopefully), I don't want other people to fall victim to my so called landlord." This isn't that kind of message board...

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I was called a ''F***ING '' and assaulted

A:  Qualila, the prosecutor is the one who decides if a case can be prosecuted, because the state bears the entire burden of proof in a criminal case. The prosecutor may well be unwilling to prosecute him for a hate crime, which is much harder to prove, but may be willing to prosecute for assault. From your post it sounds as if you want him prosecuted for a hate crime, and anything less is unacceptable to you. I belong to the half a loaf school. As for why anyone would be that angry, I can think of lots of reasons. From here we can only speculate, but a lot of people are very angry, and don't know what to do with their anger. Well first let me say that I'm very deeply disturbed by the way and manner in which you were treated in that pawn shop. The employees in there, were...

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Can a paralegal work from home?

A:  In the USA, a Paralegal HAS to work under the supervison of a licensed attorney. In the USA, a Paralegal cannot give legal advice, or represent clients in court. (There are more.) If you do any of the above, in the USA, you can be prosecuted by the Bar Association for ''Unauthorized Practice of law''. (You don''t want to tangle with the Bar Association.) So, the answer to your question is: For the most part, NO. There are only a FEW exceptions. Choosing a career is one of life''s most important and difficult decisions. The legal profession is dramatically changing and is in absolute CRISIS!!! Every year, more and more people graduate from law school, but there are fewer and fewer jobs. Even the largest and most reputable

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Need Help trying to get a divorce with no money

A:  "How can I find a lawyer in Worcester MA, who will work with me and collect the fees from my husband once the divorce is settled." Start calling lawyers until you find one who will agree to this.  The problem with this plan is in a divorce each side is responsible for their own attorney fees.  You will not be awarded them in the settlement.  Attorneys have bills to pay too and divorce is not something they do pro bono. "Can I file at the court house and have the judge appoint a lawyer for me." No.  Court appointed attorneys are only available for criminal cases and family court cases where a parent stands to lose their parental rights.  Divorce is a civil action and...

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How to guarantee that I won't force her not to have children?

A:  On Tue, 09 Nov 2004 17:49:00 -0500, zezo...hotmail.com (-negotiator-) wrote: Hello,Here is the situation: My girlfriend is pregnant. I''m not ready forthe baby (she is not sure) so we agreed that we''ll get married andthen she do an abortion. We''ll plan having babies in the future and inthe next 2 years we''ll get the 1st child. We did get married then shechanged her mind (she was hoping to convince me). I''m not acceptingthat so I told her that if she keeps the baby, I won''t be with her andget a divorce. She is having doubts about giving away the baby andstaying with me. Therefore, she wants me to give her a legalguarantee/contract that I''m not going to force her not to have a childin the future. Basically she is afraid that I would change my mindabout children later on. This doesn''t...

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Can a terminated parent take a custodial parent back to court in California? California

A:  I am a single mom. The father and I lived together during my pregnancy. The father abandoned my child before birth. The father had no contact for the first ten years of my child''s life. I initiated contact when my child was ten because my child was diagnosed with a medical condition. The father saw my child for a period of seven times in a month then abandoned my child again. The father''s rights were terminated due to abandonment when my child was eleven. From the age of ten until now (my child is thirteen) the paternal grandma and great-grandma were involved in my child''s life. Twice last year the father sent photos of half-siblings my child has never met. When my child was twelve I slowly allowed a relationship to develop with my child and the half-siblings. My child has spent...

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can K-2 be applied for at a later date?

A:  Peach, Check ''no'' for accompany, but check ''yes for will follow. When they might follow remains to be determined... Regards, JEff Originally posted by Peachbythebeach Apologies if this has been asked a million times but I''ve been searching and yet to find a definitive answer... We''re applying for a K-1 visa for my fiancee (UK citizen) who has 3 children that we are not bringing over on K-2 visas per his ex-wife''s wishes. The kids were listed on the I-129F petition and will be on the D-156K but we''ll have to check off ''no'' under ''will accompany you'' and ''will follow you''. If the ex changes her mind after he gets his visa, is there any way to bring them within the 1 year time...

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I have a SS Card. Am i allowed to Work in US?

A:  Hi quick Question! I have a SSN that says "Valid for work only with INS Authorization". I got this card when interning in the US for 16 months in 2001. I am a Canadian citizen but was interested in applying for a full-time position in the US. Can i use my SSN (which i still have -- recall that it was made and used during my internship in 2001) to get a job in the US today? It mentions i need INS authorization...are there documents i have to fill out to get this authorization so my SSN can become valid so ic an work in the US again. What are my options? Thanks for all your help Jon You are in the wrong forum for your question. You are not marrying or married to a US citizen and might want to try your question on the alt.- visa.us newsgroup. Just so you...

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I can file for support while being separated right?

A:  Okay, I have had it with my husband for 23 years. We have four children and this past year, he took a voluntary layoff from his job of 20 years - on unemployment for 6 months. Got a new job only to quit after 3 months. He has been drinking constantly through this time period also. After he quit his last job, he figured he was just gonna sit around the house and not look for a job. I got tired of looking for jobs for him and essentially babysitting him..while I worked and took care of the house. Anyway, he has been on this permanent vacation now for a while and I asked him to leave. He did, went to his mother''s house, same city. You would think she''d have the decency to make him work to support her grandchildren, but obviously she doesn''t care either. He is 46 and not a baby. Just a...