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1 Answer | Asked in Patents (Intellectual Property) for Massachusetts on
Q: Is this patent fully approved. I don’t have any update. Thx Asim FAZLAGIC aaf2006@gmx.com
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answered on Jun 22, 2024

I'd suggest checking with the relevant patent office or your legal representative for the most up-to-date and accurate information on your patent's status.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Massachusetts on
Q: I am 71 yrs old. Need to get a Quadro filed to get the pension from ex spouse. I am on SS ,my only income. Please help.

The pension was not mentioned at time of divorce by ex spouse or the lawyer.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Contracts for Massachusetts on
Q: Someone gave me the name to my business. If we separate is there anything he can do to take the name of my llc?

He’s is not part owner on the llc but understanding it’s his intellectual property I want to make sure everything I’m building doesn’t belong to someone else.

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answered on Jun 22, 2024

Know the difference between the legal name of the business and the trade name, if there is a difference. As an example, Coke could be the trade name for the Coco-Cola Company, Inc. (legal name). You might want to register the trade name with the state's Secretary of State's Office,... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Foreclosure and Probate for Massachusetts on
Q: Looking for any & all legal arguments that the executor of an estate has standing to contest legality of a foreclosure

Named executor thru probate court. Sole heir to the estate. Bank itself has never challenged standing in multiple complaints filed against them (a 3rd party is trying to). Bank seems to have listed me on all correspondence and foreclosure related court filings. Successor in interest form was also... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Car Accidents for Massachusetts on
Q: I was hit and found out my registration wasn't active but was fixed within hrs of accident. All was due mail thrown away

I never received any of my mail in months and knew nothing about my ex wife getting our car insurance canceled due to non payments which concluded with my registration being canceled. I just found out all this information now. Located in Rhode Island

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody for Massachusetts on
Q: Does a parent with sole, physical, legal custody need the other parents permission to move out of state?

I want to move to NC and have sole, legal, physical custody of my 2 children. Their father is not active in their lives and has not seen or talked to them in over a year.

1 Answer | Asked in Trademark and Copyright for Massachusetts on
Q: How do I copywrite and trademark the Flying Yankee name?
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answered on Jun 19, 2024

To protect your intellectual property for the name "Flying Yankee" in Massachusetts, you'll need to pursue both copyright and trademark protection. Here's a guide:

Copyright:

1. In the United States, copyright is automatically granted to original works upon...
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0 Answers | Asked in Environmental for Massachusetts on
Q: We are in the process of buying a home and just found out the water is undrinkable due to PFAS. Should we buy?

We know we can filter, but worry about property value & liability in future. Thoughts?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Massachusetts on
Q: what happens if a person is held as dangerous and held without bail for over 180 days?

Over 180 days are counted in mass, and he was held without bail.

3 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Massachusetts on
Q: I'm a citizen. I want to bring my 25 year old son to the US
Stephen Arnold Black
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answered on Jun 17, 2024

A US Citizen sponsoring an unmarried 25 year old immigrant would be sponsored outside of the immediate relative category under F1. You should look at the visa bulletin board department of state time table to ascertain the processing speed for your category.

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0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Massachusetts on
Q: How do I get a case number or contact someone Dor about what the names on a child support or is from 1985

I have a docket number from the court case for the child support order

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Massachusetts on
Q: I need help with the process of probating a will. My Mom willed me her house but I'm not on the deed.

I did download the forms, but I'm having difficulty feeling them out.

My mom passed 2 years ago. I've been living in the house for 13 years. I've been paying the mortgage but I'm not on the deed or the mortgage.

0 Answers | Asked in Medical Malpractice for Massachusetts on
Q: Radiofrequency ablation caused rectum prolapse requiring surgery, malpractice?

Wife 71 yr. old had Radiofrequency ablation to help back pain, within 3-5 days her rectum prolasped, trips to er did not help and it took nearly a month to get surgery to fix it, very painful experience, she is still recovering from major surgery from 5 weeks ago. She has no feeling in her rectum... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Massachusetts on
Q: What happens if the inmate is held as dangerous, without bail, for over 180 days?

Lawyers deemed 190 days are counted and should have received a bail hearing after 180 days.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Massachusetts on
Q: Is a judge allowed to set bail greater than the indigent person to pay intentionally stated

Lawyer asked for 500 bail DA said 20,000 and judge said 50,000. Judge said the bail is greater than indigent person can pay and then confirmed with the lawyer he can’t pay it.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Massachusetts on
Q: Can anyone please immediately represent my case on contingency? I'm legally owed the money and will pay full 15%

I can prove every illegal FALSIFICATION to my Previous Hearings, Prove FALSIFICATION to MY personal Medical RECORDS and ILLEGALLY FALSIFIED TAXES ! COMMITTED EMBEZZLEMENT AGAINST THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BY CHANGING TAXES PAID THEN RETAXED ME!!! STOLE MY STIMULUS CHECK OF $1400! AND REFUSE TOO GIVE... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 13, 2024

It isn't clear whether you are looking for a New York attorney or Massachusetts attorney, as your post includes two geographic headings. Either way, attorneys here can't reach out to you to represent you. You would need to reach out to attorneys on your own. In addition to your own... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Massachusetts on
Q: Hearings officers keep altering the reason for Hearings once I upload docs proving I'd win case! Falsifying medical rec

I've had my medical records SURPRESSED for 2 1/2 yrs tampered with insurance coverage dates so I'd be ILLEGALLY fined, changing reasons on letters about the HEARINGS since Jan 24' the original reason was the SUBSTANTIATION of Employment and the COMMENCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, I UPLOADED... View More

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