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mother-n-law issues....?

A:  Your problem is deeper than a buttinsky mother in-law, You are married to a boy who still runs to mommy. From what you described it appears that your husband has not left his moms house and forgot he is married to you. I think you need to start with a heart to heart with your husband and explain to him that it is hurtful and disrespectful to YOU when he ALLOWS his mother to berate you and is disrespectful to you. Her health issues are not your problem and are not an excuse for treating you poorly. If he refuses to do something about it, then YOU need to explain to her that you will not be treated that way and then cut her off....COMPLETELY!! Let your husband deal with her. Keep conversations short but polite and...

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Im having anxiety & shaking, how will i stop that before the 23rd of contuining court case for divorce?

A:  Chezzy, Everything is in your mind. The very first thing you do is to believe that everything is going to be alright. Now close your eyes and focus your eyes on the almighty. I don''t know when was the last time you pray. But right now you really need somebody who can carry you in this type of distress. Talk to Him He is just a prayer away tell HIm what you are going through, and surrender everything to HIM. Then every morning go to a quiet place in your house. Sit down there for 10 minutes, tell yourself that you will not have the anxiety and shakes and being foucs to the lord everything will be peaceful, say it vocally again and again until you feel that you gain the power. I know people who did this and so far they overcome all anxiety that they have in their body. Believe in HIM. I...

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My Ex Husband Abandoned me and Left me in Financial Ruin, How do I Find a lawyer that Does Pro Bono Work?

A:  “My husband abandoned me in February 2006. He inherited a huge amount of money from his father’s passing in January 2006 of which I know I am not entitled to nor have I ever asked him for any of that money. We originally had the home and all the bills (with the exception of the cable) in my name. He committed tax and FEMA fraud, abandoned me and left me without a job or any money, physically abused our cat, contracted without a license (he doesn’t even have a high school diploma), has two valid driver’s license (one in Florida and one in New Jersey), stole items from the neighbors, has illegal guns, withheld my mail, lied on his income tax for years so that he would not have to pay his ex-wife more money for child-support (working under the table), verbally and...

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Who can register our marriage contract in philippine embassy in turkey, me or my husband?

A:  Me and my wife had to go together. If it was like that in Hong Kong, it should be the same in Turkey....

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I don’t Want my Ex Inlaws to See my Children, Can I not Allow Them to See my Kids During my Ex’s Timeshare?

A:  “Do I have to allow my ex-inlaws to visit with the children when the children’s father is out of town. The father works out of town and is not home most of his weekends. Do I have to allow his family to see the kids on his weekend? How should I go about telling them that I don’t want them to see the kids.” Your duty extends to the pick up and drop off points specified in your Court order, and whether others can be designated to aid in transportation. If husband is allowed to let others pick up, then you are responsible for allowing the exchange to occur. If he picks up and then drops them off to his parents, do you have a “Right of First Refusal” or something like that in your order that would say that...

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law can i kick my child out of home who is 16yrs old and also has ADHD a mental health problem?

A:  i know we live in a throw away society but a parents love should be unconditional what good will kicking him out do for him I would have thought a more apropriate question would have been " how can I help my son".... if you kick him out, he will be alone and has no chance of anyone caring for him, hes your son, try pushing him in the right direction to get help. does he have a room you can lock him in. If his disease if very bad then I wouldn''t kick him out! If he is physically hurting someone I would call the police to come talk to him to calm him down! yeah give up on him good idea my brother in law is like how you describe your son and his own mother gave up on him it is selfish you can kick him out there is no

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Will we still have jails and prisons in 100 years?

A:  Yes, jails will still be around. Hopefully, someone will wise up by then and stop putting non-violent offenders in prison. Seriously, rapists and murderers belong in jail. People who got busted with drugs or evading taxes deserve other penalties. If they don''t hurt anyone, then they aren''t a danger and shouldn''t be locked up for the taxpayers to support. Libertarians are the only ones these days who understand that. no , computers will have to much control for us to do anything wrong , and all the people who should be in jail are ganna have all the power. not me though , iam the moon-man of Alcatraz , hoolllaaaaa I think they will be, and i think they will be facing much the same problems as they do now. Overcrowding will be even more of an issue with the...

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My husband''s first wife committed suicide. He took her name off the house and added his mother. We got married 4 years ago and the house has been paid off for 3 years. What happens to the house if he dies before his mother? What happens to the house if he and his mother both die?

A:  From your description he probably made his mother a Joint Tenant with Right of Survivorship. Upon his death, she will receive the house as surviving joint tenant. I suggest you discuss this with him. Assuming he wants you to have it, they will *both* (she''s a half owner equal to him) have to sign a deed conveying to the two of you as joint tenants.If she dies before him it will belong to him.While you''re at it, I suggest a review of his life insurance and pension benefits. There''s a good chance he named her as beneficiary. He can change these on his own, but if he doesn''t . . . --...

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In law, What Is Strict Scrutiny?

A:  Strict scrutiny in legal terms refers to the toughest standard that a court will use to review a given law or a specific situation. Generally, this type of scrutiny is applied when the federal or state legislature passes a law that either potentially interferes with constitutional rights or when the legislature passes a rule that discriminates against a protected class. Strict scrutiny as a legal standard can apply in several other situations as well. When strict scrutiny applies, the court will not permit a particular law or decision to exist unless it can meet a very tough burden. The exact burden that applies to strict scrutiny depends on the type of law or decision the court is looking...

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Can the executors withhold the bank statements on the executors account,We do not know if they are distributing the inheritance correctly as they will not give us this information as we are beneficiaries.

A:  I am not a professional at law however my mother in law passed away recently and she didn''t have a will but there was still a attorney appointed to her estate. You should be able to contact probate court and ask questions and maybe they can lead you in the right direction as to what to do. They are many other questions that would need to be asked of you to properly give you an answer....