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How to Drive and Talk on Your Cell Phone

A:  A lot of laws are being put in place to restrict your mobile phone usage while in a moving vehicle. For 90% of people, this makes the most sense. Did you know that car accident injuries and deaths relating with cell phones has increased by over 1250%? Most of these incidents happen to drivers between the ages of 16-21. Teenagers already have a tough time getting acclimated to driving, but then you add a distraction such as a cell phone and text messaging in the mix to get even more fatal results. I am not picking on teenagers as it is bad for anyone who is driving to be on the phone or texting while driving. Some will say they''re not affected, but whether we like it or not, we all are affected in some way. The simple fact is that 100% of our attention is not...

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How to Search Someone''s Public Records

A:  Luckily, the American society has evolved with public records at its core. Ever since the Ellis Island immigration records were piled high, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the American culture has dictated that we records our entire lives on paper. This is good if you want to find out someone''s past, but there''s a problem. Many of these records are spread all over the country, with someone having records in many different states. Because someone can have records in many different states & counties, the fact is that finding their details can be extremely difficult, if you do it by hand. Back in the times before the Internet, when records were all made into thick books, it was almost impossible to find all the public records that someone might have. This was a big problem,...

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How to tell his family they aren''t moving in with us? In-laws?

A:  They wouldn''t move in with me either. First tell your husband NO, then if he doesnt have the nuts to tell them then you do it, it doesnt sound it will be a healthy situation for your family for the Inlaws to move in, you could always help them find a rental or something maybe a trailer. Just tell them no. You don''t have to list all the reasons you gave here, and in fact, this will only cause them to argue. IMO you''d better sit down with your husband and discuss this potential problem and be on the same page. Don''t wait till they come to you and ask you. Well it might be frustrating and even making you angry at the prospects of this happening, they are still your family and they are in a hard spot and need help. If they were that proud and judgmental, they...

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Am I legally responsible for my deceased spouse''s medical bills?

A:  If you signed an admission form that included guarantor language when your spouse received the medical services, then you promised to pay for your spouse''s debt if your spouse does not. Consult with an attorney in the state where you reside who has experience in consumer law. Show the attorney all papers related to your spouse''s hospitalization. In particular, you mentioned that you paid for your spouse''s medical insurance, which does not necessarily mean you are the guarantor of your spouse''s medical bills. An attorney will be able to advise you of your rights and liabilities based on your state laws and the documents you signed before and during your spouse''s medical procedures. I realize my answer does not provide the information...

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Married couples: Is it ok to keep in touch with your ex? And if so, does privacy exist in a marriage?

A:  Of course it depends on the situation. Keeping up with your ex after you''re married, in and of itself, shouldn''t be considered wrong. But a lot of times, it''s best to move on with the life you have, without your ex. Two particular cases where it''s best to move on are: 1. Your ex was toxic to you, and there was good reason that you''re no longer together. Continuing to carry on the relationship just continues the pattern of dysfunction, which could ultimately cause serious rifts in your marriage and destabilize your own individual state of being. If you love your spouse and yourself, no ex is worth risking your marriage or personal happiness for. 2. Your spouse is desperately uncomfortable with your relationship with your ex. In traditional marriage contracts/vows, you are giving your...

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Im 14 , adopted and i want to find my " REAL" family?

A:  sweety adoption is very expensive and your parents only wanted to give a nice home and a nice place to be. Remember that they gave you all they can and i think you should wait untill you are 18 to ask them about your birth mother, they might give you the name. Also remember that your birth mother gave you up thinking about your well being It cost a lot to adopt.. I''m looking into adopting right now but one of the things that makes me think twice is exactly this. I understand that all children will want to know where they came from but If I raise a child and put my heart and soul into them I would be hurt if they found there birth parents and I became less of a parent...I do have 1 biological son and he has blond hair and blue eyes and we have no idea where he got it from he doesn''t look...

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My soon to be ex has a retirement plan set up so that when the retiree dies, the spouse will get the retirement funds. In the divorce there is no mention of the retirement, but states that neither party will request any maintenance or alimony at this time and that they shall be barred from coming back at any future time and asking for it

A:  Based on the information that you have provided, you have a problem that is hopefully not too late to fix since you refer to your spouse as a ''soon to be ex.'' I am assuming for the purpose of this response that all or part of your spouse''s retirement plan is marital property subject to division in a divorce. Typically, neither the retirement forms that you reference regarding changing beneficiary options nor the survivorship annuity option will give you an interest in a spouse''s retirement plan after a divorce by themselves. Further, payments from an ex-spouse''s retirement plan are typically a function of property division rather than alimony/spousal support. This is especially true since you have represented that your

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How to pursue long term career goal?

A:  Here is the real deal. law Sucks. I am an attorney. However, I went to a top 15 school and had mediocre grades. I found the job market to be depressing. So much time, planning, and money went into undergraduate school, I had a 4.0 GPA, and scored above the 95th percentile on the LSAT. I naively thought going to a top school their would be plenty of lucrative and exciting jobs waiting for me and I would be set to have a good quality of life. I remember sending out 300 letters one time and getting no positive response, either they said some nonsense about you are great, you have good accomplishments, but at this time we cannot offer you a position, we will keep your resume on file. I took the Bar Exam in two states wasting time studying and not earning any money. I...

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How to Prepare Yourself For Doing a Background Check on Someone

A:  By doing a background check on someone, you can find his current address, phone number and all types of public records like bankruptcies, criminal records and so on. Many background search companies give you a fact about the person you are considering and allowing into your life, home or business. Try the following steps on how to find the best background check company in terms of value or money: 1. If you are just an ordinary person looking for best background search company, I think the best background company for you are the PEOPLE. Make a survey. Prepare questionnaires about the person''s background. Whatever your purpose of doing this is, be sure that you have potential people that will answer the questionnaire. When we say potential people, of course, that would only mean, a previous...

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How to Check Criminal History - Check Criminal Records Online Right Now

A:  Checking people''s criminal histories has never been easier than what it is today. If you wish to check someone''s criminal history, you can do so today and you''ll never have to leave your computer when doing it! How to Check Criminal Records Online The mistake that many people make when they want to start checking criminal history records is that they look from all the wrong places. Either they want to find a free criminal background check or they just end up using a bad criminal background check service. First of all, there are no free services that allow you to check criminal records. Secondly, if you end up using a bad service, you may not get the information that you are looking for, which would really be a shame. What you want to use to find out someone''s criminal history is a...