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I have the hots for my boss but we're both married!!?

A:  Somehow i don''t think it''d be smart either. So far, he hasn''t made a move on you, because he does think that you''re smart, and so he may think that it''s cute to have a member of staff with a crush on him, but if you choose to cross a line and land into it, then he''ll have no choice but to order you out!!! He may have even said so to his wife and they may even have a laugh about it. Now, be smart and focus on your marriage, or you''ll be writing to yahoo next to know what you can do to salvage your marriage if your boss decide that after all he can have his cake and eat it. Don''t be stupid, and behave like a proper correct married woman and a smart professional. I have done the sleeping with my boss, I have sleeping with my colleuge....

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How do I get the money that I deserve?

A:  Laymans take: If your money is missing the single target of your rightful anger is the guardian or custodian to whom its care was entrusted. That person had a clear duty to protect the funds for you, and if that person failed to do so you need to exercise every tool at your disposal to force them to cough it up--and to pay your costs of having to do so---and you need to do so with some speed lest you run past some statutue of limitations (time line) which effctively bars your action--and in a practical sense if the person blew it and is now judgement proof its hard to get blood out of a turnip. At least in context of your post I don't see any basis for you to sue your own lawyer. The bad apple is the one entrusted with the funds--and if thats Mom or Dad and you...

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Help--Q

A:  You can file court papers on your own but you need to know what you are doing. You will need file in the state that the order is out of and go to the self help/law library and file a motion for custody, or contempt. Have you called around to an attorney to see if they will help you on a sliding scale? Ok i have applied for custody in Pittsburgh PA where we were. she disapeared for 3 years with my daughter. She reapeared in Morgan town WV. Now I''m still in PA but in Philadelphia. Wheni applied the judge ruled that she had to bring my daughter every sunday for me untill custody is desided. i was never able to enforce that. now she filed for child support and in that court order it also state that we have to share...

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what can i do to get my soon to be ex husband name off of my daughter''s birth certifi--Q

A:  Originally Posted by mmaster My daughter''s father and I were together for 2 years before she was born. He is Mexican. When I was 2 months pregnant my child''s father was deported. We went our seperate ways, I started dating my husband a cpl months later and he knew I was pregnant. He went to jail, and he signed my daughter''s birth certificate. He is not in her life now and hasnt been for the last 8 months. I would like to know what I can do to get my soon to be ex husband''s name off her birth certificate and her real fathers on it. We got a blood test done between my daughter and her real father hoping that would help. Please help me I don''t want my daughter to have to live with the mistake that I made You''ll need an

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How long does it take/Can I get a judge to decide?

A:  "**We have a prenup. which means no community property, no kids and no joint assets or accounts, nothing**" Just having a prenup doesn't really mean he can't seek his share anyway. "Since he's been served, do I have the option of asking my atty. to request a court date to have a judge decide the outcome of this mess so that this will be over or do I have to battle with him through atty's over God know's what because he won't sign the paperwork?" Not sure if I'm clear on what you're asking, but of course you can ask your attorney to do anything you want. "My atty. says now we just wait and see and I guess I need to know if he can hold this process up ...."...

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WHAT CAN I DO??

A:  "i need to know what she can get from me" The specifics depend on the applicable state law, and you didn't identify your state as requested in the posting instructions. However, generally, marital/community property is divided 50/0, and non-marital/separate property is maintained by the spouse whose property it is. Spousal support is unlikely for such a short marriage. Consult with a lawyer....

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My Neighbor is Driving on our Road Easement and Harassing me, What Can I Do?

A:  “This is a easement question. I own half of a easement road the neighbor owns the other half. It’s a 60 foot easement so 30 feet on my side and 30 feet on his side. by 724 feet long The whole length of are properties. the whole road. Three homes drive over our properties this easement . On the deed its state non exclusive easement for ingress and egress. I been having a bad time with a neighbor that drives over my land and the neighbors land, his dogs attacked me on my property and I find him. Now he wont stop driving past my house fast and he will come to a complete stop and peel out right in front of my house on this easement road. Is there any law that will help me on private easement roads with endangerment or damages. I have kids he might go to...

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Can I Request a Paternity Test to Reduce the Child Support I am Ordered to Pay?

A:  “I just went through a divorce which my ex-spouse and I filed. At the final hearing and judgment the only thing that was changed was the amount of child support I am to pay. It was increased even after the ex and I agreed to what amount was too paid. The root of the problem is I am the biological father of the child. We decided to keep this unmentioned for the love I have for my daughter. I want to support her but I feel it is unfair the amount that has been increased. Is there anything I can do as far establishing paternity after the fact to reduce the support payment or any other recourse? This happened here in Florida and the mother and daughter now live in Missouri.” It is likely that the Court established support by Statewide guidelines (Florida...

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My Child’s Father is Threatening to Terminate his Parental Rights, What Should I do?

A:  “My daughter’s dad and I had an argument over the holiday’s and I did not hear from him for a few weeks I finally called him to see what was going on and he said that he wanted me to file something so that he could sign off his rights I told him that I did not feel that this was in the best interest of our daughter and that even if we decided to do this he would still be required to pay child support and he said that he would not have to pay child support if he signed off his rights. This is not the only time that he has brought this up and it makes me very angry and upset for my daughter. I am not sure how this all works but I would not agree to this anyway because my daughter deserves both of us in her life but I feel that if he does not want her and is not willing to...

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What can I do? Iowa

A:  When I was fifteen a thirty one year old man got me pregnant. I had my daughter when I was sixteen and know that all these laws are being passed about sexual abuse I wanted to know what I could do, I have been told the limitations have ran out and was wondering if any one has any suggestions? He has been working at a high school and could be doing this to someone else. How old are you now? The statute of limitations is 10 years from the time of the offense in Iowa. The statute of limitations has run likely on criminal prosecution and likely civil prosecution, but you do have the kid. I suggest that you consult an attorney and seek some sort...