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How to register a car in Arizona if I live in California?

A:  You would have to be a resident of Arizona to register your vehicle in Arizona. That means you would have to establish residency in AZ. If the vehicle is titled in your name and is garaged in California, you can''t register it in Arizona. Why would you register it in Arizona anyway? More details might help. No. Trying to save some money, eh? Nice try....

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I'm thinking about filing for bankruptcy I'm 21 and I don't have any property or vehicles in my name.?

A:  Bankruptcy sounds like it might be a good option for you. Before you go and file it though, you really need to get some advice from a bankruptcy attorney. Its a fairly specialized field. At the very least, it will be worth paying for an hour to go and talk to him/her about your situation and what you can do. You may also be able to find a BK attorney that offers free consultations. Bankruptcy laws have very recently changed in many states. I live in arizona and ours just changed. Used to be, when you declared bankruptcy here, all debts were dissolved. Your credit was screwed for 7-10 years. Now, when you declare bankruptcy, you STILL have to payoff most of your debts over time. See an attorney for sure! Speak to an attorney, one that will...

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I am adopted and i was wondering if anybody knew any free websites where i can post who i am looking for?

A:  why disrupt their lives? you konw, i dont understand why you want to look for your birth family being a parent to a kid is not just about giving birth to them ask yourself, who was there for you when you fell and cried? who was there for you when you first got your heart broken (assuming you had a relationship)? who paid for your clothes? who was there to talk to you and love you? i would assumre it''s your current family LOL your current parents LOL looking for your birth family like this might hurt your current parents, as if they wren''t doing good enough? just b/c someone give you birth doens''t mean they are parents to you LOL appreciate your current parents and stop thinking about birth parents what would you gain out of it? trying to find out why they give...

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My child’s Mother Moved Out of State and Wants to Make Changes to child Support, Which State has Jurisdiction?

A:  “I have a five year old daughter with a woman to whom I was never married. At the time of the child’s birth, her mother and I both lived in Ohio. The mother subsequently moved with my daughter to Michigan. We have never had a court order. I willingly pay support. However, as one would expect, she is concerned that I am not paying “enough” and we are taking another look at it. I am happy to pay whatever is reasonable, but want it to be as close to what a court would likely rule to protect myself as much as possible from owing a large arrearage at some point (and, of course, to do the right thing). The question is: under which court, Ohio or Michigan, would child...

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My daughter will be born, before her mother and I willbe married. We live in Kentucky. By state law. Can my daughter have my last name?

A:  Sure, I live in Ky. and I had the same issue and yes, you can do that. My son has his father''s name although we are not married. At first though, most likely, the baby''s Mom''s last name will be posted on the baby''s crib and his/her baby bracelet and stuff at the hospital but he will be able to take your last name....

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What can I do if I have a warrant for my arrest in Florida?

A:  If there is a warrant out for you, it is probably just a bench warrant. You will probably not be arrested if you show up and pay the fine. You can go online and ask a lawyer if you want to make sure. There are lots of websites that are run by lawyers and answer questions for free if you ask them. . well u would only have a bench warrent and if u pay the fine u wont get arrested. i used to live in tampa and i know for a fact this is only a 70 dollar fine. just pay it ''Iím a married 24 year old guy with a kid who goes to college'' lolwut?...

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I am interested in getting a masters degree in the criminal justice field but i don''t want to have a gun.?

A:  First things first Criminology and Criminal Justice are two different fields - similar, but not the same: AND... There are numerous careers in Criminal Justice and Criminology that don''t require you to have a gun: 1. you can teach - high school, community college, and university level with a Master''s degree (a PhD is preferable) 2. you can work in forensics - I would take a Master''s in CJ with a Forensics program, or a Master''s in Forensic Science. 3. you can work as a researcher at a private firm, university, or a government agency 4. you can work as a correction officer - usually no gun is require while working close with inmates, but gun training may be imposed 5. you can work as a youth counselor 6. you can work as a probation officer 7. you can work in private security as a...

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I am from Illinois and recieved a speeding ticket in Indiana. I''ve heard that in Indaina you can pay double the required amount and it will go off your record? kind of like court supervision? is this true?

A:  That''s called bribery, and bribery is illegal in the United States. I live in Indiana and I have not heard of such a thing!!! Good luck!...

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I have a legal question about a business owner ripping me off?

A:  I would march in and take something of value of his and tell him you''ll return it when you get the money he owes you. Really. What''s he going to do? Call the police? Plus, looking at your picture, you may be able to get a strapping young man to do this for you in exchange for a lunch date. Not me, though. I live in Chicago and gave up crime years ago. small claims court Neddie. hehe If you have any documents, a paper trail so to speak, of these transactions, you can file in small claims court. Most likely, he will pony-up when he is served a summons rather than face a judge. You might want to pursue this with your state''s Attorney General''s Office. If what you say is true, it''s fraud and conversion. You never know, if you go see a local attorney, he or she...

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Do I have a case?

A:  Well, i live in Ohio and my dad is a lawyer in Ohio. I am not quite sure if this could be a case, but if you think it is, you can always call a law firm and find out if they would be able to represent you on it. If they say they can''t you could always ask them why they would not be able to do so, and then find out if you really have a case or not. To me, it seems like you could have a case here, but like I said I am not sure and maybe you should try to call up a firm. Hope this helps! And good luck! Generally speaking, if you are in a "work at will" situation, which restaurant employment typically is, then you can be let go for any reason, or no reason at all and leave for the same. Regarding the...