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Q: Can my ex wife stop me from seeing kids when my girlfriend is around

For the past for years my ex wife has had an issue with my girlfriend. One minute my kids can be around her and the next day they can’t. Last week she let me and my girlfriend take my son shoe shopping because my girlfriend bought the shoes and this week she doesn’t want them around her.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Missouri on
Q: Paperwork was filled out for involuntary commitment before court date judge said no place for them.
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answered on Mar 4, 2024

When paperwork for involuntary commitment is completed but a judge indicates there's no place for the individual in question, it's a challenging situation that requires immediate attention and alternative solutions. The judge's response typically means that, despite the legal... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Missouri on
Q: Can my ex wife keep me from seeing my kids when my girlfriend is around

She’s been doing this for 4 years now one minute my girlfriend can be around my kids especially if she’s buying them shoes or clothes and the next week she doesn’t want them around her. Last we she let us take my son to buy new shoes and this week they can’t be around her.

0 Answers | Asked in Environmental for Missouri on
Q: why is everything abstract the militia & our liberty those 2 things are very much real alot of blood has been spilled

for the liberty we say we have before the civil war our economic system was Laissez-faire & we use to be able to duel it would have been an immunity to kill someone in a duel and get off as they was free & they was defending themselves & the militia you could touch with your fingers... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Missouri on
Q: Can my landlord evict me for a “messy” house? I have a 12 month lease.

Myself, my fiancé, and daughter live in a 2 bed 1bath. My landlord came in and was screaming how my house is “filthy” and like a “landfill”. My house is cluttered with baby toys and bouncers and the floor has a tummy time mat. However there is not any health hazards like mold or mildew.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Missouri on
Q: I’m needing a divorce but my husband is incarcerated currently. What are my first steps

My husband knows I’m filling and he isn’t going to contest it I just don’t know how to go about it

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answered on Mar 4, 2024

The best way to go about it is to hire an attorney to help. You can also check out the Missouri Supreme Courts webpage for self representation forms.

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for Missouri on
Q: Are hotels in Harrisonville MO, Cass County allowed to charge a town hall development tax on customers bills
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answered on Mar 3, 2024

In Harrisonville, MO, located within Cass County, the imposition of taxes on hotel bills can be subject to local ordinances and state law. Municipalities and counties often have the authority to levy taxes on accommodations, which can include a variety of specific purposes such as tourism... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence for Missouri on
Q: My wife served me with an ex parte order of protection today. Is there away to settle this out of court? T

It’s jasper Missouri. We had a lot of dialogue after the incident in which there was no harm done. And the other two allegations about pet abuse and stalking are absolutely false. All of our dialogue until I was served was very positive where she said she loved me and was waiting for me after... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Missouri on
Q: I purchased a dog $3000 and it’s been sick $3000 in vet bills can I keep dog and get refund.

Dog had parvo when it got home. Survived parvo but now is struggling with congenital defects that required expensive surgery. Dog was $3000 vet bills $3000. No contracts. Is this worth pursuing in small claims or beyond small claims it’s adding up quickly

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: My ex has violated my order of protection nearly 50 times by sending harrassing emails. What can I do?

The order was granted in August 2023. My ex filed a motion asking to have it dismissed and lost. Since then he sends on average 2 emails a day saying how awful I am, I'm a terrible mother, terrible person etc. Our next hearing was pushed back to March 2024. What can I expect? I need this to... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: Hello I was asking if a scam happened in august of 2018 through western union money transfer in person with casH

If a scam happened in 2018 uing cash through western union and it feb 26th 2024 can i still take legal action against a scammer or has the time elaspsed and nothing can still be done or taken to court etc

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Missouri on
Q: I am working with a family who accidentally missed their immigration court date last week. What should the family do now

The mother had her paperwork in a purse that was recently stolen. The paperwork listed the court date time and location. She knew the date was approaching so she called in to find out when she needed to be present only to find out the court date had passed nearly a week ago.

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answered on Feb 28, 2024

In situations where a court date is missed, especially for immigration matters, it's crucial to act quickly to address the oversight. The family should immediately contact the court to explain the situation, including the reason for missing the scheduled date. Documentation of the stolen purse... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Foreclosure, Real Estate Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: HUD failed to adhere to one of their own policies regarding partial claim payoff amount.

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My husband and I got a HAMP loan modification and partial claim through HUD in 2022. We assumed the partial claim had been tacked on to our first mortgage. We then decided to sell our home so that we could access our equity.

We sold our home 8/2022. We were... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Missouri on
Q: Hello. I'm divorcing. Legal counsel withdrew. I was forced to self represent without the two step litigation awareness

I asked for continuance but it was denied and trial began the same day.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Missouri on
Q: Can you start a restaurant in a house that is not used as a residence?

Nobody would live there. We are considering buying a tiny home for a starter restaurant.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: scam need to know

If a scam happened in 2018 using cash through western union and it feb 26th 2024 can i still take legal action against a scammer or has the time elaspsed and nothing can still be done or taken to court etc

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Missouri on
Q: What can I do when I am being charged a much larger medical bill than I was originally told I would have to pay?

I had surgery in December of 2023. I was told that my insurance covered it and I would owe $750.00. A month later I received an explanation of benefits from the insurance company saying I have a financial responsibility of $7000+. Upon further examination I realized my insurance had been canceled... View More

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answered on Mar 1, 2024

A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a starting point, you could contact the hospital administration (billing and collections departments) and the insurance carrier to try to find out what happened. If you need to escalate to an attorney consult, your... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Missouri on
Q: DO I HAVE TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR AN ORDER OF PROTECTION IN CASS COUNTY COURT ?

my legal husband received an order of protection from a relative of mine but is not sure how to make it to Cass County as he resides in Wyandotte County. The court date is March 6, 2024

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

If your legal husband has received an order of protection from a relative of yours in Cass County Court, it's essential to carefully review the documents provided to determine whether his appearance in court is required. Typically, orders of protection involve court hearings where both parties... View More

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