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Q: Can you file a writ of replevin to get property back from an ex-girlfriend who refuses to release your belongings to you

My friend rented a home with his girlfriend they have separated and now she refuses to allow him to take his belongings everything he had before he met her nothing was aquired after they met

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Q: If I have a percentage of equity with a company what are my rights when it comes to seeing the companies total profit?

I own a percentage of equity with a small company but I am not being informed of the sales. I do not know if I am receiving the correct amount of money. What are my rights? What can I do?

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Q: How can I stop someone from stopping and sitting at the corner of the end of my driveway in the rural area of the county

I live in the rural area of caddo County Oklahoma. Someone of my ex family keeps harassing my family. They stopped at the end of my driveway and sat for a few minutes with the window rolled down and left as soon I went outside. What can I legally do?

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Mar 13, 2022

Contact the sheriff office and report them. Beyond that you can pursue a VPO against them if you feel threatened. Other than that you may have some elements of stalking but you need to contact an attorney in your area to assist you.

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Q: Can you have a felony and obtain a seller license in the state of Oklahoma?

I am a felon and I'm trying to work at the thunder games and they say I need to obtain a license can I do this?

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Jan 5, 2022

What are you attempting to sell and how long has it been since the felony conviction? More information is required to fully assess your question.

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Q: What makes lawyers better than us in the court why do judges and lawyers say to seek counsel like we are not capable
Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Jan 5, 2022

Because, in a lot of cases it is better for you to seek counsel. What often appears like "common sense" may in fact be the opposite of what years of case law and statutes have said. This is where the lawyer and judges may, not always, be more capable in actual knowledge of the law. I... Read more »

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Q: Can a board member vote for themselves when charges are brought against them ?
Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Sep 2, 2021

Need more information to answer this question with any remote chance of accuracy.

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Q: Is there a statute of limitations to filing charges on vpo?

I have police reports of the vpo but no charges were filed

Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on Jul 16, 2021

Not really. If you’re in danger or risk of imminent harm, you can file a VPO.

That said, if your abuser has left you alone for over 15 years and shows no sign of coming around, you could have court costs assessed against you.

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Q: what do i do if my 16 year old leaves his fathers house?

My 16 year old left his dad and came to my house. His dad has been threatening to kick him out for at least 6 months. His dad has text me two different times about him coming to stay with me. I am more than willing and happy to have my son come live with me because I understand the living... Read more »

Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on Jul 16, 2021

It sounds like you might need an emergency motion to modify whatever underlying custody agreement / order is currently in place.

If no order is in place, then your kid can stay with either parent.

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Q: My dad passed away and my brother doesn't want to give me half of the house and the vehicles

What can I do

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on May 31, 2021

Contact an attorney specialized in estate and/or probate issues. Sooner the better it sounds like.

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Q: Is it legal to drive my friends vehicle without him in the car if I'm not on the insurance?
Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on May 5, 2021

It's a different question if it's "legal" versus if it's covered by his insurance. It's "legal" as long as you have your friend's permission to drive their vehicle.

However, their insurance policy's terms would determine if you were a...
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Q: What is the punishment for Malicious destruction to property

There was an incident at my house where my bests friends aunt wouldnt leave and she backed into my friends car, they broke out her windows then she gunned it out my driveway I ended up on the hood till the end of driveway. The sheriff arrested 3 of us and we sat in jail from Friday till Tuesday... Read more »

Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on May 5, 2021

It sounds like a lot is going on there.

There can be civil remedies for destruction of property that you could, depending on the value of what this person damaged/destroyed, bring in Small Claims court. If it's more than $10,000.00, then you could file a CS or CJ action.

There...
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Q: if i’m 17 and don’t feel safe at home and leave and not return what can my mother do? what if she calls the cops?
Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on May 3, 2021

I'm sorry to hear you are in this position.

If you left, your parent(s) could call the police and DHS and try to force you to return. Depending on how close you are to 18, their response could be different.

I'm happy to talk with you about some options. I was previously an...
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Q: What can be done when a child is returned to an abusive parent? Police and dhs were involved and abuse was found

The child was returned to her mother who is a felon that spent time in prison and is a known drug addict

Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown answered on Apr 13, 2021

There's a lot going on here and more information is really needed to know what the options would be. Many attorneys offer at least free initial consultations.

I wish you the best.

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Q: I purchased property in ignorance the owner had me a sign a joint tenant without knowledge of what it was how can I get

How can I get them removed and get a clear deed

James Tack Jr
James Tack Jr answered on Mar 29, 2021

The answer depends on the wording in the deed and the factual circumstances. It's not clear from your description who are the joint tenants on your deed. You should take the deed to a real estate attorney for review and advice concerning how to get the deed corrected.

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Q: Can I keep money wired into my account by accident?

I had a loan transfered into my account for $6900 yesterday. Today an additional $6900 was wired in. Can I keep that money? Or is it inevitable to have to pay it back. The loan was only for $6900.

I paid a wire fee twice, once for each wire.

James Tack Jr
James Tack Jr answered on Mar 19, 2021

You will have to pay it back. They will eventually discover it. However, a better course would be to call the loan company and let them know of their mistake. You can ask them to reimburse you for your wire fees.

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Q: What form do I need to fill our first to form an LLC?

I was informed that I needed to fill an Articles of Organization form first but I do not see anything by that name.

James Tack Jr
James Tack Jr answered on Jan 26, 2021

The Articles of Organization form can be found on the Oklahoma Secretary of State's website. You should also have an Operating Agreement and will need to obtain an Employer's ID number. Most business law firms provide all of the properly completed forms for a fixed price. You can file... Read more »

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Q: Can I legally ask her to stop sharing my information with her colleagues?

I mistakenly sent bankruptcy correspondence to the district insurance coordinator instead of my insurance forms. Can I legally ask her not to share that information throughout her office to her colleagues?

Richard Winblad
Richard Winblad answered on Aug 28, 2020

If this is a work related issue it may be covered by your employment policies. You may wish to visit with human resources if your request to the person fails.

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Q: If an a group of protesters show up in front of your house making verbal threats what should you do?
Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Aug 24, 2020

If threats are being made to you, regardless of where it is a group of protestors or a single individual, and you feel the threats are legitimate (as in you truly believe the threat is real and they are capable of enacting the threat) -- then call 9-1-1 and let law enforcement resolve the... Read more »

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