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0 Answers | Asked in White Collar Crime for Arkansas on
Q: As a minor in Arkansas, I forged a notarized letter of parental permission to travel internationally. what will I get?

As a 17 year old, I forged a notarized letter of parental permission to travel internationally as an unsupervised minor. All information on the document was real, but it was without the knowledge of my parents or the Notary Public. I did this to travel to Ukraine where I could volunteer where... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Arkansas on
Q: If an 18 year old drops out of school, how does child support know if the custodial parent doesnt report it?

My oldest child dropped out of school the day she turned 18. She signed the paperwork at school to do so. The custodial parent has no intentions of telling child support that she has done so. I wanted to know if the custodial parent has to report it or if child support will be informed some other... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Constitutional Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can I file a civil suit I had dismissed

I dismissed the case until I got out from incarcerated

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

In Arkansas, if you voluntarily dismissed your civil case without prejudice, you generally have the right to refile the lawsuit at a later date, subject to the applicable statute of limitations. However, if the case was dismissed with prejudice, you would be barred from refiling the same claim.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can I refile this now that I'm free and not incarcerated

I dismissed my case while I was incarcerated but now I'm free and want to open it up

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

I understand you previously dismissed your case while incarcerated, but now that you have been released, you would like to reopen the case. The ability to refile a dismissed case depends on several factors, including:

1. The type of dismissal: If your case was dismissed without prejudice,...
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2 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Arkansas on
Q: How do I find out about a murder trial from 1990 in Greene county the details
John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Apr 10, 2024

There may be some court records available through the court clerk's office. It is unlikely that a transcript of the trial will still be available. If the murder case was appealed, the attorney handling the appeal for the defendant may have kept a transcript of the trial testimony, but is not... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Copyright and Trademark for Arkansas on
Q: What does it mean when the copyright or trademark has been abandoned. And if it means the person or entity no longer own

It can some one else take the rights for copyright or trademark. ? If nine of these then if the purpose or business isnt what the propritor has is it okay to use the name?

Fritz-Howard Raymond Clapp
Fritz-Howard Raymond Clapp
answered on Apr 10, 2024

The term of copyright for a particular work depends on several factors, including whether it has been published, and, if so, the date of first publication. As a general rule, for works created after January 1, 1978, copyright protection lasts for the life of the author plus an additional 70 years.... View More

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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Arkansas on
Q: If a joint cust. agreement states that both parents must agree on something, can the other parent say they never will

My child's father and I both signed an agreement recently. In that agreement, it is stated that our child can't be around my current fiance' without written agreement signed by both of us. He told me he wanted our child to still know him because the man raised her for the last 6... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Arkansas on
Q: I am trying to find a lawyer in Little Rock Arkansas that will fight against DHS and CPS

I reside in the state of New York my kids are in the custody of Arkansas in foster care and I need a lawyer to help me get them out of DHS custody in back home with me their mother lost them due to drugs

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Arkansas on
Q: I got in a bad solar company i live in Arkansas how can i get a solar loasn removed from my house

I got taken by a solar company i need to get a lein removed from my house

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can I legally make a customized Selective Service Card?

Years ago, when I did my SSS registration, my mother laminated the card so I could carry it around in my wallet. Well, fast forward 10yrs, and this card has gone through many wash cycles, and the lamination and card are falling apart. I verified my registration, as well as updated my current... View More

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answered on Apr 7, 2024

While I understand your desire to have a durable Selective Service card, creating your own customized version is not advisable from a legal standpoint. Even though the Selective Service card is not an official government ID like a driver's license, it is still an official government document.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can the adult ward of guardianship in Arkansas file a petition for termination of guardianship?

Boyfriend was hit by a truck n has an appointed guardian in Arkansas n he wants guardianship terminated as he hasn't seen a penny of the settlement n is currently living in a hotel in Illinois.

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answered on Apr 6, 2024

In Arkansas, an adult ward under guardianship can file a petition to terminate the guardianship if they believe they no longer require a guardian. The process typically involves the following steps:

1. The ward must file a petition with the court that established the guardianship,...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for Arkansas on
Q: can i turn myself in if i’ve committed a sexual assault crime without involving the witness?

i could come up with excuses or try to justify my situation but i feel ive sexually assaulted my ex (who lives in Arizona) while we were together, can i turn myself in?

edit: i meant the victim im sorry

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answered on Apr 4, 2024

I know this is a very difficult situation, but I strongly encourage you to do the right thing - take full accountability for your actions, turn yourself in, and comply with the legal process. Consider consulting with a criminal defense attorney who can advise you on the legal implications and your... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Arkansas on
Q: How can I get a copy of a civil rights lawsuit that I filed?

I want to look into a case that I filed. Where do I go and what do I do?

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answered on Apr 4, 2024

To obtain a copy of a civil rights lawsuit that you have filed, follow these steps:

1. Identify the court where you filed the lawsuit (e.g., federal district court or state court).

2. Contact the clerk's office of the court where the case was filed. You can usually find the...
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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Estate Planning for Arkansas on
Q: Is there a legal binding document for an heir to sign over their rights to another heir, until we can afford to hire an

There’s 5 heirs to a small plot of land.. 3 of which don’t want anything to do with it so they agreed to sign their part over..can a notarized, witnessed statement be legal binding? need it just till we can pay an attorney to file all the paperwork..

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answered on Apr 1, 2024

Your agreement is unenforceable, as land is usually transferred by deed or heirship. Hire an AR attorney to search the title and draft a deed for the three heirs to convey to the other two as tenants in common.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Arkansas on
Q: My ex got behind on property taxes and someone bought his house put from under him. He talked to the guy and even gave

Him a piece of property next door. He was told he could pay him the money and get his house back. Well before he got to pay him anything my ex went to prison. He's been gone for 2 years. He comes home next month and we just found out that the guy has gutted his house and thrown everything in... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Health Care Law and Public Benefits for Arkansas on
Q: Why did Arkansas stop licensing new startup group homes?

I’m attempting to become a new group home provider in Arkansas. I’ve ran into numerous obstacles assisted living facilities, residential care facilities, group home. There’s no clear pathway to the information on the website or from speaking with DHS staff

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