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How is the Share Price determined in an Investment?

A:  The lowest available price among everyone willing to sell is matched with the highest available price of everyone willing to buy....

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What age does a child need to be to decide which parent they would like to live with?

A:  The following is a statute: 9-13-101. Award of custody. (a)(1)(A)(i) In an action for divorce, the award of custody of a child ofthe marriage shall be made without regard to the sex of a parent but solelyin accordance with the welfare and best interest of the child. (ii) In determining the best interest of the child, the court mayconsider the preferences of the child if the child is of a sufficient ageand capacity to reason, regardless of chronological age. (B) When a court order holds that it is in the best interest of a childto award custody to a grandparent, the...

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Are the women in Austin, Texas and Texas women in general stuck up and unapproachable like colorado women are?

A:  you got turned down again last night? lol Dude you have posted this like 1,700 times. you HAVE to quit hanging around the library at Northern Arizona University (which is where we finally decided you were), and then touching yourself and licking your mustache when a female makes eye contact. this isn''t Boogie Nights, scooter. plus if you can''t get one of those tight brown cords hairy upper lip colorado earth mommas to bang you, then you need some new game, brother. I am from Texas! and just moved to colorado Springs! It all depends on what city. Personally I think people here in colorado are sooo much nicer than people back home in Texas. I actually have made friends here alot easier than in my hometown. People...

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Single parent? Fighting for child support payments?

A:  Hi--Your right, only someone else who has gone thru it would understand. My business of 20 years was destroyed by my husband a few years ago. Thousands of patterns, commercial sewing machines, tons of fabric...my lifes work--noone once to hear it--female judges are the wost--the judge gave me 10 minutes to decide visation or she would assign a law guardian--6 times he didn''t show up for court with his taxes, then she finally ordered a bench warrent--that was 6 months ago--its not even in the system--every town says its not there juristiction--noone will arrest him--ah--it is so frustrating--i had to apply for public asst for a 1 shot deal which was a loan--horrible--there is no help in this country unless you are being hit or on the street--i was lucky enough to...

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child Support Question?

A:  child support and visitation are not related so you definitely cannot stop paying. There is a court order that directs you to pay child support. That order probably also provides for visitation. If it does, you need to enforce that order. If it does not, you will have to go back that court to get a visitation order. Out of state guidelines almost always provide for extended visitation in the summer. You should get to know your child before next summer so that you can exercise your extended visitation. Good luck. PS she can''t be hiding. They are sending your checks somewhere so that won''t be difficult to trace. You can petition the court for visitation rights. Sadly - that''s about it. i''m so sorry to...

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Interstate custody issues: What are my chances with a good attorney?

A:  That''s a question you would have to ask your attorney. Any guess here would be purely speculative in nature. It''s unclear why you married him if you feared him. Abusers don''t change. They only get worse with time, as you have, unfortunately, discovered too late. I wish to inform you that court considers best interest of child as main consideration. In this regard the state where child is present will have custody. In this regard if your attorney shows that you can take care of child and child has threat from father the court will grant custody of child to you. AFF You are free to divorce in Florida if that...

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Who has Jurisdiction? - Arizona, Oregon

A:  I wish to inform you that under Uniform child custody Jurisdiction Act the state in which child is resident has the jurisdiction in the matter. The child is resident of the state where child had stayed for 6 months. If child had not stayed for 6 months then either of parents home state has the jurisdiction in the matter. As at present the child has stayed in Oregon and further one parent is also in Oregon, therefore, Oregon will have jurisdiction. AFF...

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Absent bio-dad wants back his daughter... Should I get a lawyer involved?

A:  I wish to inform you that if you desire then you may contest the other parent''s visitation rights if the matter is taken to court. In this regard, the court takes the best interest of child as the main consideration. You may inform the court that the other parent had terminated his parental rights. He suddenly appears and disappears from the life of the child. All these facts can be presented in court to show that as the other parent has not taken proper care of child, therefore, you may argue that visitation rights should not be granted. You may show that it is in the interest of child that child does not remain in contact with other parent. Lastly, the court...

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I didn''t know that I could get into so much trouble

A:  You are in dire need of an attorney. Legal aid can probably help you. I would file for divorce ASAP and ask for child support and temp. spousal support. If you do not have a job, you need to get one ASAP. Without any income you are destined to remain homeless. I would put a stop on him taking any more items. Do you have any friends or family that can store things for you? Personally since he has left the house and is not paying anything, I would not even let him in. If he wants to see the kids take them outside for an exchange. Do you have an attorney? Where are you living now and how is he stealing assets ? Like the other poster said, is there not someone you can place anything you have left that would keep him from being able to get to them? I know what...

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If You Are Attacked On The Street?

A:  Mr. Pring-Wilson comes from a family of lawyers. His mother is a former assistant DA in colorado, and both his father and grandfather are lawyers. Bail to Pring-Wilson has been denied until a hearing which has been set for Friday. This case brings to mind a similar Massachusetts case in which the father of a young hockey player assaulted a referee at the game . The ref died from his injuries and the attacker is presently in jail. Re: If You Are Attacked On The Street? New Haven wrote:If you are attacked on the street, what should you do? That''s jumping to conclusions. His lawyer is obviously going to say that he was attacked, that''s why they''re paying him:" Denner won''t provide...