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What are the good things of an informants?

A:  There are many different types of informants. The little old lady on the corner who calls 911 when she sees someone breaking into a neighbor''s house is an ''informant''. She''s informing the police that a crime is occuring. The scumbag who gets locked up and makes a deal to get his punishment reduced in exchange for information is also an informant. What are the benefits to the informant? In most cases they get to help make their neighborhood a better place. Or they get a more lenient sentence. Or in some cases they may even get paid, a little. What are the benefits to the department? Countless. It would be awfully hard to police an area if no one there EVER called the police. If every case made resulted from an officer driving by and seeing something happening that would be tough. Look...

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Should my mother in law remain the power of attorney on my husband''s checking account?

A:  A joint checking account with rights of survivorship is all you need, since this bypasses a will altogether. This would have been the way your mother-in-law could have been included--AND it is the way YOU should also be included on the account! If your husband was single and had assets, he did need a will/power of attorney able to act on his behalf if/when he was unable to do so. EVERYONE should do that! If your mother-in-law instead has a power of attorney now, I believe you''d better check with your husband and ask to see a copy for yourself. A power of attorney gives your mother in

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What are the first steps to determine an accountant is reliable?

A:  You can get a second opinion from a reputable accountant. If someone ''cooked the books'' unbeknownst to you, you can fire that person and press charges, if necessary. If you suspect tax fraud, follow the link below and follow the steps to report it. If YOUR books are being ''cooked,'' taking such action and leaving a paper trail will protect you in the long run by proving you tried to fix it. The IRS does not tolerate ''cooking the books'' and owners of the business can be held responsible, so be careful! www.irs.gov Links: www.irs.gov...

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What are the chances of the SB 1070 law in Arizona is going to be in effect this Thursday?

A:  I am in favor of it.If you are here illegally then you have no rights under ''our'' constitution as you are not a resident of this country.The law is the law and should be enforced and if the liberal federal gov won''t then someone has to. I live here in Az., I certainly support it to an extent. Whether it goes into effect or not it doesn''t really matter, a lot of the ''illegals'' have left already. I would expect that anyone in a foreign country who broke the law would expect to be punished as well. As far as Obama, he needs to open his eyes to what''s going on, maybe he should bring his family here & live in south Phoenix without all his security measures around. Breaking the law is...

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What are the consequences of adopting?

A:  1) The child gets a family that they may not otherwise have had. 2) In some cases the child ends up bitter about their adoption due to feelings of rejection and a sense of being torn between two sets of parents. This can lead to problems in later life. 3) The adoptive parents have to accept that one day the child may want to find their birth parents and deal with this appropriately. I know my adoptive parents have always know and prepared themselves for my reunion. 4) The birth parents have to accept that they may not see their child again if the child doesn''t want to reunite in late life. I have heard of case of adoptees who claim to have to desire to find their birth family as they see their adopted family as their only family because they brought them up. 5) The purpose of adoption is...

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If my sisters have power of attorney for our mother, can they insist we give up our keys to her house?

A:  There are no easy or legal answers to the problems you describe. They seem to be more about hurt feelings and anger than about specific rights and wrongs. And so it is likely that you all will need at least a brief cooling off period before you all can agree on, or even discuss, the best course of action to take for your mother’s care. To answer your specific questions: While it may not feel “right” for your siblings to demand the keys back, it simply sounds like their first response to your news that you could no longer be caregivers—along the lines of: “If-you-can’t-do-what-you used-to-do-then-don’t-do-anything-at-all.” You certainly needn’t comply with the request by mailing back the keys...

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If I am named as having power of attorney over my father''s affairs, is it legal for me to use his money to pay for my expenses incurred while caring for him?

A:  So glad you''re finding the website to be helpful. And sorry to learn you''re pinned in a difficult spot. What you are asking seems completely reasonable. And you are wise to keep the receipts and be organized about the money spent in carrying out your duties as your father''s appointed agent. But the law doesn''t always automatically support the reasonable approach. The law does not automatically entitle you to be paid. Normally, in family situations where the attorney-in-fact''s duties are simple, no payment is provided. However, if an attorney-in-fact has to run a business or manage complicated financial affairs, then payment may be appropriate. However, if your dad agrees you should be...

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What are the laws regarding alcohol service are free?

A:  The right of it are very different from your local lieuvérifier Liquor Commission (ABC) and ask. The only thing that is universal, that you use this for trusted employees and ensure that every person they show that there appears to be no older than 21 years. If you do not have time to do that, then your advertising is certainly a quick end in a great battle this juridique.Après, laws regarding alcohol service at significantly from community church. You definitely have to check with your local Board of Directors of alcohol. You should also check all state, county and local regulations regarding alcohol service. Often there are more restrictions in the service of alcohol, that come in, for example, in Illinois, Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages are allowed package,...

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As an American, I am trying to get my foot in the door to become a European citizen..........?

A:  just be aware that most EU countries do NOT allow dual citizenship so you will eventually be required to give up your US citizenship to become a citizen of an EU country Why on earth would you ever want to move to Russia from the U.S. unless you''re becoming a missionary or something? *To Ramon, technically, when you take the oath to become a U.S. citizen, you are to give up your citizenship to other countries as well. ''I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and...

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What are the laws regarding teens getting their permits in your state?

A:  MICHIGAN 14 yrs. 9 mos. Teens can begin drivers ed. Once enrolled in Driver Ed. teen can drive with a licensed driver age 21+ (also must log all driving experience) After required hours of driving experience are attained and teen passes written test, teen may take physical driving test. 16 teen may drive between restricted hours alone (exception is driving to or from work) 17 teen may drive with no restrictions. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah & Wyoming Drivers under age 18 may only drive with a fully licensed driver in attendance for the first six months drivers under age 18 cannot carry passengers under age 21 until the driver holds a valid driver''s license for at least six months. After six months, the driver can have no more than one passenger under age 21 until the driver holds a...