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failure to disclose and breach of contract

A:  They are counting on you either not responding (default judgment) or responding and not knowing what you are doing. "I am interested to find out what rights or powers this guy has to make monetary threats against me and take part in a law suit for breach of contract when I never entered into a contract with him?" He has an absolute right to sue you for for monetary damage that he believes you caused him to incur. Doesn't matter if he was a party to the contract or not. And there is nothing to prevent him from being a co-plaintiff with the woman who was a party to the contract. He and she will both have the opportunity to prove their allegations in court and you will have the opportunity to disprove them. Get a

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Does this seem right to you?

A:  Well at this point maybe you should just settle and avoid 10k in attorney's fees? you can also ask your attorney about having your ex wife pay some of your legal fees since she is so adament on going against court order, and what the mediator says. Is that an option? Honestly if she continues to fight you and go against court orders and mediation, then she can pay some of your attorney's fees. The request for you to terminate your rights is absurd from your attorney. If your attorney actually said that personally I would be looking for another attorney. How old is the child in question? "My

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Executor won''t execute!

A:  Judging from your post, the will may or may not have been filed for probate. You state that you found out about the will from a visit to the Surrogate court. That suggests that something was, in fact, filed with the probate court. Generally, the exectrix, once she gets her letters of administration, is required to file an inventory of the estate assets with the probate court. That document is usually avaible for public inspection as well. However, I am not in NY. You acknowledge the real possibility that your aunt's debts may have exceeded her assets at the time of death. Claims of creditors do trump those of potential heirs. Social Security and pension benefits terminate with the death of the beneficiary. I am not sure how relevent they are to your belief that your aunt had assets to...

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Can I refinance Momís house to pay for care?

A:  To find out the answer to this question, you will have to do something that may seem a little distasteful: Make a close reading of the document that appointed you to act as the power of attorney. One thing to be aware of from the getgo is that there are two types of power of attorney in South Carolina. The health care power of attorney generally authorizes the designated agent to make decisions about another person’s medical care—including the power to consent to or refuse particular treatments and procedures. There is a particular form authorizing health care agents in North...

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How do I get power of attorney and Medicaid for my mother, who has Alzheimer''s?

A:  You have every reason in the world to feel overwhelmed given all that’s on your plate. Fortunately, you live in a place that offers good help for your needs—and you should be able to access it all through your computer, without having to leave your home, stand in lines, or wade through much red tape. First, focus on the best legal way to get the authority you need. If you are satisfied that you need a power of attorney to help handle your mother’s finances and personal affairs, you can find a lengthy explanation and form for it on the website of the Florida Bar Association. Bear in mind that a power of attorney may be your best option only if...

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Mom left baby...what do i do?

A:  Please don''t listen to these fools telling you you could be in trouble. You do not need to call the police. You can call CPS or go down to your local office and talk to them about this. You can also get a free consultation from a lawyer about what rights you do and don''t have with the power of attorney paper you have. If the father does not want this child and your friend doesn''t either it may be possible that you can adopt him. However, if you don''t and mom or dad show up 2 years from now and wantthe baby back you will be forced to give him up. So doing it the legal way is the right thing to do now so it doesn''t bite you in the a$$ later. Good Luck!! Call the police. You cannot keep a baby you do not have...

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How do I find a lawyer to represent my interests in Israel?

A:  Find an honest lawyer who works on international law. Contact your country''s embasy in Isreal. Keeping a list of local attorneys is a common consular service that embasies provide. This may help: www.icl-directory.com/lawyer_search.ph... or contact the US Embassy in Tel Aviv for a list of legal referrals: http://israel.usembassy.gov/publish/mission/acs/helpforamcit.html...

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How to find good Will,Living Will attorneys in my area?

A:  The best way to find a good lawyer for that is to ask around. Talk to your friends and colleagues. Try the New York State Bar Association: http://www.nysba.org Go to http://www.martindale.com – you can search by area, specialty, firm size, etc. and also check biography of attorney and firm....

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I need help finding a v8 90''s car.?

A:  http://www.motors.ebay.com/ http://finance.yahoo.com/calculator/indeÖ Focus on American Ford, GM, Chrysler. What is this, a totally fictional study of economics? Go to freakin'' AutoTrader.com and set the parameters to only look for sedans with a V8. Geez, for a college student you are not the brightest crayon in the box. Some last gen F-body Firebirds and Camaros had LT1''s dropped in them, start there Best Answer - Chosen by Asker:I understand your situation and it is not that easy for a person with bad credit and who have no job to get loan as compared to does who have good credit rating and who is employed. But do not let this discourage you with the thinking that you may not be able to avail personal loans, for people with bad credit....

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Where do I go for an absolutley free search to find dirt on someone?

A:  There is no such thing as free. There is cheap. First start with the courthouse. Go to the Clerk of the District Court''s office and use their computers to do a search for the person''s name. If the person lives in another county, you will want to check that county''s courthouse as well. The records will show all felony cases the person was charged in, protection orders filed by or against the person, and all civil matters (divorce, name changes, paternity, etc) that the person was named in. Just be sure it is the right person-there are literally millions of Micheal Jacksons, John Smiths and Michelle Roberts out there. Juvenile records will...