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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Civil Litigation for Texas on
Q: Filing a partition suit in Burnet Texas? X husband and I own a house in Burnet County. X husband is getting all rent

He won’t pay me the 50 percent of property we bought ten years ago. Any suggestions? I was told to file a “partition suit “ my email: bstommel@icloud.com

John Cucci Jr.
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answered on May 21, 2024

Your question says nothing about whether or not, you are getting divorced.

If no, then you have a problem.

If yes, or you already are divorced, then you can sue for your 50%, and an accounting, for immediate relief, and ask for partition or sale of the property, and split the...
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2 Answers | Asked in Trademark and Intellectual Property on
Q: BOYMOM is a trademark written in adjacent form. Can I write it separately and use it?

Hello, I used the expression 'BOYMOM' in my etsy store without knowing that it was trademarked. The product has been disabled by Etsy. I told the brand owner that this was not used intentionally and asked him to withdraw his complaint on this issue. However, he stated that he would not... View More

Sean Goodwin
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answered on May 21, 2024

You are asking if you have a defense to allegedly committing trademark infringement. I do not think any lawyer will answer that question in a public forum.

A trademark is how customers recognize your goods or services in the marketplace and distinguish your goods or services from your...
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2 Answers | Asked in Trademark and Intellectual Property on
Q: BOYMOM is a trademark written in adjacent form. Can I write it separately and use it?

Hello, I used the expression 'BOYMOM' in my etsy store without knowing that it was trademarked. The product has been disabled by Etsy. I told the brand owner that this was not used intentionally and asked him to withdraw his complaint on this issue. However, he stated that he would not... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

If you have used "Boy Mom" separately on your t-shirt, and the trademark is specifically for "BOYMOM" written adjacently, there may be grounds to argue that your usage does not infringe on the trademark. However, trademark law can be nuanced, and the interpretation of whether... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Trademark and Intellectual Property for Indiana on
Q: how can i register an expired trademark

I want top register an expired trademark I see online

Sean Goodwin
Sean Goodwin
answered on May 21, 2024

A trademark clearance search should still be conducted to ensure that the expired mark is truly dead, and there are no pending applications or a family of related marks that can cause issues. The USPTO application fees are non-refundable, and it currently takes approximately one year for the... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Trademark and Intellectual Property for Indiana on
Q: how can i register an expired trademark

I want top register an expired trademark I see online

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answered on May 24, 2024

To register an expired trademark that you found online, you need to ensure that it is truly available for registration. First, confirm the trademark's status through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website. Look up the trademark to verify its expiration and ensure that no... View More

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