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Can a court order be signed by a judge who you did not go before? Also is you have proof that your case has mishandle in filings can you get that order thown out after the final order? And also sign but not seal by the judge

A:  Try and go back to that judge and get him to sign off on it like he was suppose to and ask at that time what are the other documents that were put in there...

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Does the queen have to agree to laws being passed? eg. could the monarchy ever be dissolved by a referendum ?

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Which of the following will help you avoid being hit from behind? ?

A:  but i would say the second choice. remember that if you are rear ended than you will get to fine the other driver unless you fail to turn on blinker.(reckless driving) None of the above. 1st I would Increase my flowing distance. 2nd I would signal at least 1000'' before & during my turn. 3rd Singal when you change lanes. signaling at least 100 feet prior to turning. Signal at least 100 feet prior to turning... and SLOW DOWN as you approach the turn. And pay attention to vehicles that are behind you. If someone is following you rather closely, and you don''t have time to properly signal your turn or gradually slow down, then perhaps it''s better to miss the turn than to slam on your brakes and get rear-ended. First be aware of your surroundings the 100 feet rule...

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Seeking Medical negligence lawyer in Virginia

A:  Based upon the information you have provided it does not appear that there is malpractice. attorneys do not come to the boards looking for clients. Since your son is of legal age he is the only one who can bring a malpractice claim, unless you are his court appointed guardian for all his affairs. A thorough review of his medical records would have to be done by a med/mal attorney and their experts. If the damages that would be recovered (IF there was malpractice) do not outweigh the costs of a suit no attorney will persue the case. Sadly true bipolar disorder can be a difficult disease to treat and control. Changing medications in search of the one that works best is considered standard medical management. There...

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LOOKING FOR CASE HELP!

A:  I am sorry you lost your father. No one here can say for certain whether or not there is a case. All of his medical records would have to be reviewed by a malpractice attorney and their experts to determine if there was malpractice/negligence. Keep in mind several things: bad outcome does not mean malpractice automatically, no surgical procedure comes with a guarantee of success, your father's overall health, stage of cancer, and age/life expectancy at the time of the occurence will factor in to determining if there is a case if there is negligence. If several attorneys review the records and tell you that the case is not viable either because there is no basis or the damages are not sustainable then there is not a suit to be brought....

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Is it legal to give a business an interest free loan?

A:  This may be naive of me, but I believe the interest rate would have to be decided by a written agreement. Otherwise, it would be understood, even by a courts standards, that the loan is expected to be paid back, but not with interest. He would also be admitting that he would be gaining a profit on the loan and would have to claim that on his taxes. And you could claim the interest paid on the loan...but that''s a whole other rat hole you may both want to avoid. If he wants interest then he should have you sign a contractual agreement. Again, I could be wrong. I just deal in cash and then deny, deny, deny..... Are you public or private? If he''s the main shareholder he can do just about anything he wants. Think of it as his way of giving back his equity to keep the company afloat until...

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take a plea or go to trial in michigan what would jury do

A:  The best course of action for this young man is to listen to his attorney who knows the law, the court, and the jurisdiction. Layman's take: It isn't relevant that she initiated the act. In most states the laws now reflect that if the minor is under an established age of consent (and 14 would be under in most states)OR their is greater than a certain number of years difference in the ages of the parties then the minor cannot consent to sex. Regardless if they initiated it. The law expects the adult to be responsible no and cease the activity. "Would the jury be allowed to consider that the man was home alone sleeping and the girl came to him for sex?" This would be...

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Is it fraud if a contract is changed without the other parties knowledge?

A:  Get a lawyer. You have the ORIGINAL which shows EXACTLY what you agreed to and what you did or did not sign. Alteration of the type you describe most likely IS fraud but you need a a lawyer who knows your state laws to determine that. I have been looking for a lawyer, but it is taking a long time. I found one that has answered my messages but his retainer is 3,000$. I was hoping I could find a law or penal code section that I could print out and show to the gym''s General Manager with hopes that they would drop the collection. The gym manager probably wouldn''t understand or care about a state statute even if you DID show it to them, they''re...

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Medicaid / SSI Protection with Sale of Home

A:  Well if live in sib were to reimburse the other 3 for  rent she didn't pay over 30 months out of her 1/4 of net--which seems fair to me--how much  $$ would be left over to  worry about? I understand she may need to spend away or otherwise park her funds in an counted place. so as not to be disqualifie by excess assets. ....   I'd not permit the tail to wag the dog and not get the place sold! Why not get it sold and let sis sort out how to protect her  share. Is Sis paying 3/4 of full fair rents to other 3, if not why not?   Otherwise essentially 3 of you are providing free roof over her head...............   Sorry, but this is something your mother should have taken care of before she died. Read this: http://www.sharing

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Which amendment handles drinking age?

A:  The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984, but the states still have some leeway in determining the application of the law. It does not prohibit persons under 21 (also called youth or minors) from drinking. The term ''public possession'' is strictly defined and does not apply to possession for the following: •An established religious purpose, when accompanied by a parent, spouse or legal guardian age 21 or older •Medical purposes when prescribed or administered by a licensed physician, pharmacist, dentist, nurse, hospital or medical institution •In private clubs or establishments •In the course of lawful employment by a duly licensed manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer.” 1 (Emphasis in original. Conspicuously...