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Q: what is a non constestent divorce an what do it tells when there is kids invovled

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Divorce for Virginia on
Answered on Oct 20, 2017

An uncontested divorce is a divorce where the spouses have no disagreements over any issues related to the marriage. This means that the spouses have divided all of their marital property/assets, debts, and spousal support. If child custody, visitation, and child support are in dispute, those matters can be taken care of in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. The Circuit Court is the court that grants a divorce. If child custody, visitation or child support is raised as a...
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Q: How can i call and talk to a lawyer for free about a custudy case?

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Answered on Oct 20, 2017

Find a lawyer/law firm, and ask whether there is a consultation fee. There are lawyers/ law firms that provide free initial consultations.
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Q: Hello, my ex has recently gotten married. My concern is that his new wife very openly uses marijuana.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Virginia on
Answered on Oct 20, 2017

Only if there is a specific provision in your custody and visitation order (if you have one) regarding drug use as it relates to visitation. What you can do is file a motion to amend custody/visitation (again if you have a custody and visitation order) and present evidence to the court regarding your ex's new wife's marijuana use.
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Q: Can my landlord kick me out for paperwork lost on their behalf that I can't replicate?

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Answered on Oct 20, 2017

Assuming you do not live in a jurisdiction with eviction controls, you are now a regular month to month tenant. Because you have lived there over a year, they must generally give you 60 days notice to terminate your tenancy. They are not required to offer you a full lease renewal. You should be documenting in writing the exchanges you are having with the manager and corporate. Send a certified letter to one or the other, with a CC to the other one, explaining when the original roommate...
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Q: Cited for striking fixed objects (code:40-6-272) in ATL. A lawyer said it's a mischarge as I did not leave the scene.

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents for Tennessee on
Answered on Oct 20, 2017

Ga.Stat. provides

The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident resulting only in damage to a fixture legally upon or adjacent to a highway shall take reasonable steps to locate and notify the owner or person in charge of such property of such fact and of his name and address and of the registration number of the vehicle he is driving and shall, upon request and if available, exhibit his operator's license.

Not sure why you were cited for this. Doesn't seem applicable based...
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