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What does pa stand for after a lawyers name?

A:  Its Personal Assistant.....

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What does pa stand for after an attorneys name?

A:  It probably refers to Professional Association....

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Can an Entire Name Be Changed for a Minor?

A:  In the state of North Carolina, BOTH parents must consent to the name change and jointly petition the court. If the child is being abused, a name change is not the answer. He needs to contact CPS in his area. Quoting selmoWhat does CPS stand for? How does the CPS deal with name change?...

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Euthanasia, give me a reason for it and against it but spare the religious babble...?

A:  Its an end to suffering vs. ending of a life. Some argue that euthanasia prevents a person from undergoing an extremely painful death, others see it as murder or assisted suicide (which is also a crime). it is the persons right to do as he sees fit. life is precious. Legally he can sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) but by legally allowing his doctors to kill him you open the door for Angels of Death to kill people simply because they want to put them out of their misery. Rather than focusing on the religious aspects, the legal are the ones that concern me. Euthanasia is different from assisted suicide many times in that euthanasia isn''t specifically limited to someone wanting to die, rather instead it allows it to be the doctor''s digression. legal, illegal, i''m...

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I'll have a P please Bob?

A:  Probationary as they have a 2 year probationary period once they pass the test. No it''s not law to display "P" plates but some insurance companys give a discount for new drivers if they keep them on for at least 6 months. Hope this has answered your question. pseudo michael schumacher at the helm I dont know what the P stands for, but it shows other drivers that you are a new driver. No, you dont have to display one plonkers push off get out of my way...

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Job infected me with Chicken Pox, Do I have a case?

A:  You probably have a case to have your medical bills paid under workers comp and, depending on your state law and the exact circumstances, lost wages up until the time you quit. That''s the only case I see. I have no clue what the statute of limitations is for filing a w/c claim in your state. You can always call the state and ask. I was out of work for ever one moth, then I quit. So I want my pay up until the time I actually found a job (the county we lived in had the WORST statistically, unemployment rate in all of NC) so it took me a while to find one. But also I want pain and suffering, not only for the actual physical pain from the pox, but the emotional

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Letter to Attorney w/30 day Window ?

A:  Can anyone offer any additional thoughts on giving the attorney a ''timeline''? Or am I just asking for trouble and they may escalate to court proceedings? Don''t even mention ''verification'' because that''s all you''ll likely get back - the name and address of the creditor and that is NOT what you''re asking for. As a follow-up question, if my letter requests both validation and verification, doesn''t that cover two specific requests? Also, any thoughts on adding my own timeline back to them? Thanks! If you request validation it should include everything you''d get with just ''verification'' PLUS other info you need - like a full accounting of how they arrived at the total they allege you owe and a copy of the original contract with your signature (look up Spears...

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I have gone through a divorce that has left my credit in very bad shape and need a loan and help

A:  Thanks for your question, Becky. Many people who have recently been through a divorce find that their credit rating suffers significantly because of the financial turmoil the frequently accompanies divorce. The situation that you describe in your question, in which your former spouse has failed to make payments on debts after being ordered to do so by the court, is one of the most common reasons for lingering credit problems after a divorce. You mention in your question that you have spoken with your attorney about your ex-husband?s failure to make his required payments and his continued use of your personal information to incur additional debts; if the court finds that your ex-husband is in violation of the...

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When to state of California grants a person a contractors license, can they have a previous felony conviction?

A:  Background checks are usually the provision of the employer, not the employee. As far as the state, it would depend what the charges are. For example, a charge of felony theft might be a bar to license, but a charge of assault due to a bar fight might not be, as an example. Applications are reviewed on a case by case basis....

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No rest for the weary

A:  What does he do for a living?...