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can someone tell which state or states in the usa you can get married if your gay and what kinds of rights you will have?

A:  Same sex marriage is legal in a surprising amount of states, for all the objection it gets from people who don''t know any better. In the USA, same sex marriage is legal in Connecticut, District of Columbia, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Iowa, Oregon, and Washington. The link below is a guide with much more information, including information on the laws in each state....

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I have lived in Nevada for 3 months I moved here from Ohio. My question is which state would I use for exemptions if I were to file bankruptcy? Nevada or Ohio?

A:  The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act requires that you use the exemptions of the state in which you resided the majority of 180 days beyond 2 years ago. So, you go back 2 years and if you lived at least 2 years plus 91 days ago in Ohio, you use Ohio exemptions. Strange, but true. -- David Shaev...

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How many states have laws against abortion?

A:  Thirty-eight states have laws that prohibit abortions after a specific point in the pregnancy, except in cases where the late-term abortion might save the woman''s life or protect her health. Sixteen states have laws in effect that do not allow for late-term abortions.Source:Guttmacher Institute: State Policies in Brief: An Overview of abortion laws (PDF)...

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I Reside In New York State. I Lost My Birth Certificate And My S.s.#. I Have No Driver''s License, Just A Learners Permit And State Identification. Can Someone Use My Info,if They Find It, And Get A Driver''s License In Another State? If So, Which State?

A:  Identity theft can happen even without having these papers which you have lost. Yet applying for a licence in your name would be a serious offence. You say you lost your social security card, but don''t you know the number? If the temp licence is registered under your social security number you can go there and tell them the situation. However if you have no photographic ID it may be difficult to prove who you are. You can apply for a copy of your birth certificate no problem. At the records office in your town or state.You should report the documents as stolen or lost to the police so they can be registered as such, and if used by someone else to acquire a licence in your name, may be picked up...

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Which countries have officially recognized Kosovo as an independent state?

A:  Which of these NATO countries has NOT recognized the independence of Kosovo?  Which countries have officially recognized Cosovo as an indipendent State?  ...

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Which states will I have to file taxes in?

A:  Is there some reason you can''t name the states? Tax law varies significantly from one state to another. (I suspect, though, that the answer is yes, you have to file in every state where you''ve earned money.)...

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How do I protest in an abortion clinic legally?

A:  Consult first with the town''s local government and find out how to stage a peaceable protest. Find out the distance requirements, as well as what can and CAN''T be written on any signs you may bring with you. If I had my way, I''d at least show these abortion-seeking women the remains of some of the others babies that have been ripped apart in other wombs before asking if they still want to go ahead with the procedure. I truly don''t think the majority of women really know what''s involved in abortion. <")))>< Usually you can''t protest in the clinic, you have to do it outside. In the clinic? I don''t think you can. That isn''t public property. You can and should be arrested...

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My Child’s Mother Moved Out of State and Wants to Make Changes to Child Support, Which State has Jurisdiction?

A:  “I have a five year old daughter with a woman to whom I was never married. At the time of the child’s birth, her mother and I both lived in Ohio. The mother subsequently moved with my daughter to Michigan. We have never had a court order. I willingly pay support. However, as one would expect, she is concerned that I am not paying “enough” and we are taking another look at it. I am happy to pay whatever is reasonable, but want it to be as close to what a court would likely rule to protect myself as much as possible from owing a large arrearage at some point (and, of course, to do the right thing). The question is: under which court, Ohio or Michigan, would child support calculations and judgements be made in this situation? I was advised at one time that it would be...

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Statute of Limitations for Debt Collection- Which State''s laws Apply?

A:  I believe it''s the state where u reside. Therefore, the statute of limitations would be CA as well. I think Florida''s law will apply. The collection agency in Utah is acting as an agent for the Health Club – they are not law enforcement. It can either be the state in which you reside or the state where the contract was signed. Usually the the state where you signed the contract. California is 4 years and Utah is 6 years for written contracts. You are well beyond the SOL either way. I had the same with a health spa. In your contract there should be a clause that if you move over 25 miles from the spa you can break the contract and not have to pay any more. Check your paperwork, its usually in small print somewhere in the bottom. Utah...

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debt collector fees and which state laws apply?

A:  sound like the statue of limitations may be up and you didn''t tell a debt collector to purchase the bad debt. The Statute of Limitation (SOL) in Texas is 4 years. If you are a legal resident of Texas, Texas SOL rules. They have to sue you in the jurisdiction where you live, which is in Texas. First of all, you would be under the state that you lived in when your account was active, or charged off. I would suggest you contact the attorney general for Iowa about the fees, because they can vary from state to state. The amount of any fees would also depend on the balance, because there was probably interest added to that. Was the debt a bad debt write off for tax purposes, or sold to a collection agency? There are all kinds of things that could account for added fees and or interest. It would...