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Small Claims Question - Sue to pay a bill?

A:  On 19 May 2005"Nancy" <no...email.due.to.spam.com> wrote: [ I reside in Indianna where I have a billing dispute with Centennial Wireless about whether, as I contend, it accepted my cancellation before he used any phone service thereon of a contract I had signed to purchase cell phone service for my 19-year-old son or whether that company is entitled to charge my account, under color of a contract I do acknowledge I have with it for my own cellular phone, for charges he inccurred after an agreement his father made on his behalf with Centennial over the phone to add our son to his father''s account. Related disputes concern whether, when Centenial provided service to my son in response to his father''s telephone request and authorization, it enrolled him in the plan it...

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Attorneys response to complaint:

A:  I'm sorry. But you are obviously doing this without an attorney and are in way over your head. 'In response to my complaint the attorney is making many false accusations.' That's your opinion. You've made allegations in your complaint. He's responding by denying your allegations and stating why. That's exactly how it works. What did you think would happen? 'I have more than enough evidence.' I wish I had a buck for every message that said that. That's just your opinion. Until you actually present that evidence in court and get it ruled on, it doesn't changed the process that you have to go through. 'Can I put in some kind of motion to challeng his punative damages cliaim' The answer to any...

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IAAL what kind of motion do we use for this?

A:  My response: If she is under court order to appear, and she fails to appear without "good cause" and without another continuance, then all you can do is request the court to issue a Bench Warrant for her arrest. The warrant will be given "full faith and credit" in any other State, requiring the local police to take her into custody, and then your State can haul her into court for a "Show Cause" hearing. That''s about all you can do. But, if the Bench Warrant is issued, that''s going to be a pretty big "all you can do." Judges really hate it when a litigant, in effect, is telling the judge to "stick it." IAAL No she isnt ordered to appear. What happens is either her...

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Is It the New Selfish Generation Causing the Lack of Grandparent Visitations?

A:  Did you have an actual legal question, or are you just looking for a place to get all indignant?The courts have ruled that the grandparents need to prove that visitation is in the best interests of the child and show that they have a longstanding, solid relationship with the child that would be badly damaged if visitation were denied. The courts have held that it is up to the parents to decide who has access to their children, and rightly so. Funnily enough, I''ve yet to see a grandparent looking to fight for visitation with a teenager. It''s always the babies - who have no idea what the hell is going on - that get fought over. I find that the biggest predictor of whether people support...

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Disclosing where you moved to

A:  If his pick up and drop off is at her place, seems like a problem. What does the court order state? Until there is a custody/visitation order she is pretty much free to do as she pleases. There is no order prohibiting it. If she were to move out of state there may be an issue depending on the state laws. Generally if there is a good reason for the move and the motive is not to frustrate the other parents visitation rights the move will be permitted by the courts. Moving to be close to family support is generally considered a good faith reason for a move. The alternative would then be for your nephew to ask for custody. The courts can not stop a parent from...

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Can Cop Change Criminal Record To Make It Look Worse?

A:  Not legally, no. No he can not do it. If it is done, and you find out that the record is inaccurate. You can always get copies of the court hearings. To prove that your record is inaccurate....

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Can Cop Change Criminal Record To Make It Look Worse?

A:  Not legally, no. No he can not do it. If it is done, and you find out that the record is inaccurate. You can always get copies of the court hearings. To prove that your record is inaccurate....

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Paying the hearing trustee

A:  The Trustee isn't just a "Hearing Trustee" - he or she is actually the person assigned to administer the bankruptcy estate (your assets) in your bankruptcy case. The Trustee will disburse the funds among creditors according to claims filed and priorities specified in the Bankruptcy Code, and also possibly to reimburse administrative costs. You are certainly entitled to ask for an accounting of how any funds were distributed. The money isn't going into the Trustee's personal pocket (except maybe some administrative fees), but the Trustee is responsible for distributing it to those creditors who filed claims. The Trustee (not the court) administers the estate. I don't know, the lawyers here might think...

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If I turn in my divorce papers on a monday can i get married on the following day?

A:  What do you mean by ''turn in divorce papers''? The court needs to make its ruling and officially pronounce the divorce. Until then, you cannot remarry. Frankly, considering that you are in the process of divorce, why do you want to remarry? Marriage is usually the problem, not the solution. If the divorce is final, you can get married anytime you want. But just because your turning in papers does not mean your divorced. You have to go to court for that. Papers just mean, you got the divorce proceedings started. No, It has to go through court, and you wont be divorced until you recieve your divorce certificate. wait until he gets out of basic training before you step...

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My child asked her dad NOT to come to her b-day party?

A:  How did he know about the birthday in the first place? I think you could go and get a restraining order against him, but carefully weigh out the pros and cons of it first. Don''t let him know about events such as the birthday party, even if that means not letting well-meaning relatives know about it either. What does the court say about visitation? How old is the child? I feel for you; I just got an ex parte order stopping visitation, but have to go back to court. She''s been telling him to stay away for about 9 months and he kept showing up HIGH, so that''s how we got the order. Is he dangerous or just a jerk? If he shows up and it is not his time for visitation but it''s public I just don''t know. Ask your