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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Missouri on
Q: I was going 103 mph and the speed limit was 60 mph & my court date is in September. What penalty could I possibly face?
Keya Reed
Keya Reed answered on Jul 22, 2021

You could receive jail time and/or a fine. In this situation, you may want to hire a lawyer to at least negotiate no jail time.

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Missouri on
Q: How can I get rights to child I've had for 7 years without any contact from parents
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Keya Reed answered on Jun 23, 2021

I agree with Caroline, there are a few options such as adoption, third-party custody, guardianship or the like. What’s best for your situation depends on the facts of your case and your ultimate goal. Contact a family law attorney to get more information.

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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Missouri on
Q: Hello I'm a 16 year old and I got a citation that was for 26 over, this my first citation, what could I be facing?

I've only had my license for about a month, so the record is clean, but I was also on the highway, does that affect it?

Keya Reed
Keya Reed answered on Jun 5, 2021

You may be looking at criminal charges, fines and court costs, as well as points on your license. Hire a traffic attorney to help you with this matter.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Real Estate Law and Banking for Missouri on
Q: I purchased a house in 2010 in my name only I was married about three years does she get half

I’m Refinancing with cash out for debt consolidation Lender says she may have to sign some form is this necessary in Missouri

Keya Reed
Keya Reed answered on Jun 5, 2021

If the hour was bought during the marriage with marital funds, your spouse is entitled to an equitable distribution of that property.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Missouri on
Q: I was served paternity papers in Louisiana. From Missouri. How do I respond?
Keya Reed
Keya Reed answered on Jun 5, 2021

You will need to file an answer to the petition within 30 days after receiving service. I would suggest that you find an attorney in Missouri to help with this matter or file pro se if you are comfortable. The state of Missouri has documents available online if you choose to represent yourself.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Missouri on
Q: How do I respond to served paternity petition?

Not married to father of child. He served me with paternity petition.

Keya Reed
Keya Reed answered on Jun 5, 2021

You will need to file an answer to the petition within 30 days after receiving service. I would suggest that you find an attorney in your area to help with this matter or file pro se if you are comfortable. The state of Missouri has documents available online if you choose to represent yourself.

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