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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for California on
Q: How do you sue a state judge ignores federal law even after presented what recourse would some one take ?

An agency took property from me ignoring title 2 ada. I brought the evidence of the federal statute and the judge told me that's not right, it couldn't be ??? When the situation was word for word what the court and the agency were not allowed to do. Even my lawyer told me they know the... View More

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

I would recommend a few options if you believe a state judge ignored or misapplied federal law in your case:

1. Appeal the decision. If it was a trial court, you can appeal it to the state appeals court arguing that the judge erred in ignoring/misapplying federal law. Point out specifically...
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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Real Estate Law for Texas on
Q: Did the new refinance change who gets the equity?

I got divorced a few years ago and in the decree I was awarded the house and equity. After the divorce, my ex refinanced the house with me so that my payment would be lower. He now says he never agreed to give me the equity and that with the new loan agreement, he should get his half of the equity... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 26, 2024

Your question strongly suggests you did not follow the advice of your divorce attorney. If your divorce decree awarded you the residence, there should have been an accompanying special warranty deed from your ex-husband to you deeding the home to you and an accompanying deed of trust to secure... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Texas on
Q: How to serve out of USA party in a divorce hearing.

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I have a quick question regarding my ongoing child custody evaluation. My wife recently traveled overseas and informed the court counselor that she has no plans to return to the US. At present, our children are living with me as per a temporary custody court order I'm not sure what... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 26, 2024

Since you have a pending proceeding, and do not have to be concerned with serving the original citation, you can serve your wife, or her attorney, with future notices electronically through the court's electronic file management system. This would include serving her with any notices... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law and Estate Planning for California on
Q: Can my uncle put my parents house in their parents trust

My parents bought condo &house and y grandparents cosigned. When grandfather died grandma dementia got bad, so my uncle put the my parents houses in trust. Can he do that?

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

Under California law, the ability to transfer property into a trust depends on who holds the title to the property. If your parents are the rightful owners of the condo and house, typically, only they have the authority to transfer their property into a trust. Co-signing on a loan does not grant... View More

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Q: I want to inject to a notice of proposed action. how do I best proceed in the state of Nevada.

object to notice of proposed action.

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John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 26, 2024

A notice of objection to proposed action is a form used in some states to object to actions which a personal representative of a decedent's estate is proposing to do, for example, a PR might be proposing to sell real property owned by the decedent to pay certain debts.

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