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How do you make a kx 125 road legal?

A:  How do you get a kx 60 to be legal on the road?  How do you make your kx road legal?  ...

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How do you make a natural acid base indicator using red cabbage phenolthalein?

A:  How do you make an acid indicator with red cabbage?  ...

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How do you make a personal care agreement for someone with dementia?

A:  A personal care agreement is a contract and therefore, anyone signing it has to be legally competent to do so. If the parent with whom you''re trying to make a personal care agreement about has dementia, it may not be possible to get the parent to sign anything. It''s not clear from the question if you want your parent to sign the agreement, or if you intend to make the personal care agreement with someone else. Let''s consider the underlying problem. If a parent has dementia, you want that person to receive proper care. If your thoughts about getting an agreement signed are to get the person with dementia to agree to something over the long run, it is not likely to succeed. Dementia, by nature, involves memory loss. That is part of the...

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How Do You make A Citizens Arrest?

A:  Here is a website that will help you with your question.  Citizens'' Arrest A strong argument can be made that the right to make a citizen''s arrest is a constitutionally protected right under the Ninth Amendment as its impact includes the individual''s natural right to self ... www.constitution.orggrossack/arrest.htm...

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How do you make a will?

A:  To draft a will, you must be at least 18 years old, mentally competent, and free from improper influence. Your will must be written, signed, and witnessed according to Illinois law. You may change your will simply by adding to it (called a ?codicil?) or by drafting a new will. Whether you change your will by a codicil or a new will, each document must be properly written, signed, and witnessed. Once you have a will, you should make sure that you review it promptly upon a change in life circumstances such as marriage, divorce, birth of a child, or a significant change in financial status. This will help insure that your will continues to fit your needs and wishes....

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How do you make a motion to the judge to get your probation moved to another state?

A:  First talk to your PO, he can probably be the most help to you in how to go about it. You must present a ''motion'' to the judge who sentenced you asking permission to have your probation transferred and supervised by another state. Added: However, it costs money to supervise you and the state you want to move to may not agree to accept the cost or responsibility. . . . especially in these days of budget shortfalls. In that case the sentencing court MAY not allow you to move....

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How do you get a court order to be able to manage your sons property He is incarcerated and needs this done He just signed a poa but they say this is not enough how to get a court order.?

A:  Answer In WI a durable/financial poa document is sufficient and you would be able to manage your son''s affairs. Not sure why they want more from you or won''t accept your poa, unless it''s medical poa that you have and not financial. I''d probably start by calling your county court house to get more info....

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How do you make a change on your deed?

A:  Short answer is hire a lawyer, but otherwise change the words and refile the deed at the local superior court....

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How do you make a power of attorney?

A:  You can get a power of attorney form online or at your local office supply store....

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How do you get a court to order a paternity test?

A:  Depends on stateprovince usually you would call your local police station and they will complete a form and tell you the proper steps....