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Q: I found out I was never legally adopted by my step-father

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Answered on May 2, 2016

I assume that you are now an adult. Are your mother and step-father still alive? If so, what you inherit from them when they die might be effected, and so you should make sure that they have both provided for you in their wills. If you are already registered with Social Security, it doesn't appear that would be a problem.
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Q: why does my realtor want my loan number and social security numbers to sell my house in Wisconsin?

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You should ask your realtor exactly why they need this information and if it is for a document, then you should look at the document to see if you are comfortable sharing this information with anyone at this time. If there is going to be a closing and you already have a contract and this is information for the closing attorney, then that may be legitimate, but, again, you want to see any documents that is going to have this type of sensitive information so that it is not in a box outside the...
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Q: Do I need a criminal lawyer to get a sentence modification?

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If you do not have a public defender, then you can contact the Atlanta Bar Referral Service for a Criminal Attorney in your area and that would be you best so that you don't go it alone in this situation: http://www.atlantabar.org/?lrishome
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Q: what happens if I violate a restraining order that I made?

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Answered on May 2, 2016

Your "facts" are a bit too vague. Either there is or there is not a FRO. There are very serious consequences for violating an FRO. It could ruin your life and cause you more problems than you realize. Do not try to handle this yourself.To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is with an in person consultation with an experienced domestic violence trial attorney.
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Q: If a law suit is pending with spouse and im filing a divorce am I entitle to any portion from accident.

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Answered on May 2, 2016

YES, you would be entitled to what is called loss of consortium. If you have previously retained a divorce attorney, than you should direct your questions to that attorney. If you have not retained an attorney for your divorce you need to do so. Good luck.
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