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Judgement

A:  Dear Michael, Before I respond further to your question, I must make clear that I do not represent you, and cannot give you individual particularized legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created by this email. For legal advice, you should hire your own attorney, and follow their advice. My role with AllExperts is limited to providing general information and suggestions for educational or general knowledge purposes. Before you take any action, consult with your own attorney.  Speak to an attorney licensed to practice law in your state about the strengths, weaknesses, and likely outcomes of any contemplated cause of action or defense. As a judgment debtor, there is nothing stopping you from informally contacting the creditor and working out payments or other terms...

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How do I file a civil lawsuit?

A:  There are two ways: 1. Look in the yellow pages or on the internet for a lemon law lawyer, and hire one. They will be paid out of your recovery. 2. Try to do it yourself and lose. Take your pick. Good luck! http://www.north-carolina-lemon-law.com/...

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Can I file a civil lawsuit?

A:  Why don''t you just have the process server for the divorce action sit outside the residence where the child is being held until they locate the wife to serve her? They started in Alaska, moved to Oregon, then Washington, and now word is they are headed to Florida. The process server in the past has knocked on the door and someone answers and they ask for my wife. They are told that there isn''t anyone by that name and shut the door. I paid a PI for several days to find them. They see our son and the boyfriend outside of the house but not my wife. I have now run out of money for PI''s. I''ve thought about trying to talk to the DA in my town but I don''t know if they will see me. No -- you don''t have the process server knock on the door, you have the process server...

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How do I file a civil lawsuit?

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Job Offer Letter

A:  "If I pursue action against my current employer, would I have a leg to stand on with the offer letter." Don't know. You've given us one sentence out of context. You are going to have to quote the whole letter from top to bottom for any useful comments. Can't even touch the rest of your questions without knowing the entire contents of the letter. Keep in mind that I'm not a lawyer, but I've been in the business world for 40 years. My opinion: It's a contract. Presumably you got your first bonus at the end of 3 months, your benefits, performed your duties and the company performed their obligations to you. Here's the gotcha: "Our employment relationship wil be terminable at will, which means that eithe you or the Company may terminate your...

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Big "Pro Se" Decision--Q

A:  Originally Posted by palmbeachdirect I had adjudication withheld and a no pros, in a unsuccessful criminal accusation that nearly destroyed my life & could have sent me to jail for a long time. My issues/questions are related to a civil suit that has now been filed (against the b''s) and from my study indicates that civil liability is only possible with a favorable ruling in the criminal court for the defendant. "Is adjudication withheld and no pros" considered a favorable ruling? A civil suit is possible at any time, by anyone, for any reason. However, just because someone sues you, doesn''t mean that they''ll prevail. Nevertheless, I need only remind you of poor, unfortunate OJ Simpson. I...

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I''m having a problem when it coems to marriage and I don''t know what to do?

A:  Whatever you do, don''t settle with the first guy who crosses your path, don''t be a ''desperate'' person seeking a relief, a human connection, a moment of ''quick loving'' per say. Please don''t do that. We don''t find exactly what we want, that''s a fantasy....sometimes. You describe yourself in some of the best ways, smart, attractive and what not. Great, so why are you in a hurry? You''re 24 y/o right? Do you already have a career? A good job? I really believe that when you least expect it, you will find someone. It''s funny how it works, I gotta tell you. No kidding, that''s how it goes. You''re looking for a good man? Where do they hang out at? Bars, clubs, etc are not the best places for that. I think that the % of good men may actually be higher as you go look around in other...

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Wrongfully accused of a sexual battery charge and dont know what to do next!

A:  You can sue her for fails accusations but you would need to win the suit and show that you suffered damages if you hope to collect anything. Consult a lawyer, don''t try this on your own. A suit may not be worth it in the end because you will be paying another attorney to sue her for false accusations. Probably best to learn from the experience and get some new friends and a new lifestyle where you aren''t in this type of situation again. I don''t see a countersuit because I don''t see an original suit - in a countersuit they sue you, you sue them in return. Could you sue her for everything from defamation to losing your job? Sure. Do I think your Attorney fees will be more than you will collect? Yes. HOWEVER, if you are a professional, you lost a lot of money...

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My Parental Rights were Terminated While I was in Jail for a Crime I didn’t Commit, Now Exonerated, What can I do to Regain my Rights?

A:  “Do I have rights to regain my paternity and custody rights if my parental rights were wrongly terminated? Well,let me make this long story short. I was happy married and my ex-wife and I had many great experiences together. My son was born 1997. All were OK until 2001. I was convicted of the gang robbery and I spent six years in jail/from 2001 to May 2007/. I was innocent. It was proven that I was misidentified as one of five men involved in the gang robbery and I was exonerated, my conviction was overturned and vacated. My ex-wife got divorce and she married to her current husband in March 2002. At the same time my parental rights were terminated and I had never been noticed about it. In 2003 my son was adopted by his step- father, his birth certificate was changed and also his...

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What claim I can bring?

A:  If you can prove the statements were made (and that they were incorrect, and that the person KNEW they were incorrect, and that you lost a job), you can file suit for slander. That is a civil case. If you are in the US, it is civil law, and would most likely be considered defamation, the 2 big things to prove is that 1) the person intentionally spread false information and 2) it cost you monetary damages. So you have to prove that your past employer KNEW the information was false and that the reason you didn''t get the jobs is because of that information You have to determine the extent of the falsehoods... 1. If things are false only because they are partial truths, you won''t have a case. 2. If they see and...