Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It depends. If the suit is filed in Florida, the lawyer must be admitted to practice law in Florida. If it's filed in your home state, the lawyer would have to be admitted to practice in your home state.
It's not clear which possible suit you are asking about: the breach of contract or the defamation. Of course one could be a counter-claim to the other.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Assuming the injunction only prohibits you from contacting her or going near her, no, you would not be in violation for talking to others about it. But to be sure, read the injunction.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Who is trying to enforce the contract? The party who offered the contract (including the "must accept by" language) can probably enforce it. The other party probably could not unless that party did something, after acceptance, to ratify the contract.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I guess that means that he has applied to be personal representative (also called "executor" in some places), but to be sure you should ask your question in Justia › Ask a Lawyer › Georgia › Probate >.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It appears that the judge denied her request for a restraining order, and signed an order so denying it. Then the order was recorded (so as to possibly constitute some sort of a lien on real property).
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer The phrase "irrevocable license" is an oxymoron. If it's non revocable it's not a license but an easement (or other interest in the land). Read the terms of the license and confer with an attorney to see how to cancel it.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer As I understand what you are asking, you have a contract to purchase the truck, as well as the trailer. The sellers cannot produce a document of title for the trailer. If so, the sellers are in breach of the contract.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer As far as custody is concerned, the judge in Minnesota was referring to the Uniform Child Custody and Jurisdiction Act, which is law in both Minnesota and Florida. There is an exception, however, when neither party to the original custody decree is still in the state where the custody decree was entered. Thus, since neither parent still lives in Minnesota, the Florida courts could entertain an action to modify custody.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer You should have asked this question in Justia › Ask a Lawyer › Rhode Island › Probate ›. But if in fact you don't want anything, there would be really no point in reopening the probate case.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer You would have to ask in Justia › Ask a Lawyer › Utah › Family Law › to see if you could get away with getting him at school, but as far as custody is concerned, you have six months to file suit in Florida. Until then, that is the only state such a suit can be filed. After your son has been in Utah for six months, that state would have exclusive jurisdiction.
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