Peter Munsing's answer Most likely the insurance will consider it so. Was there a reason for it stopping? If no reason you may have an argument that the person was "contributorily at fault," but you are supposed to leave enough room so that you can stop if there's a sudden emergency in front--a child or dog runs into the road, the horse pulling an Amish buggy takes fright, etc.
Peter Munsing's answer Means the berm shouldn't be used for travel, the highway is. Thus "driving in lanes meant for travel" is the vehicular code perverse citation for didn't stay in lane of travel and went off the side of the road.
Don Spears' answer There is no time limit on how long you must stay married in order to file for a divorce in Arkansas. Depending on what your grounds would be, there is a possibility for an annulment which is just about the same process and costs of a divorce.
Stewart Whaley's answer He doesn't understand the subject. If "signing away rights to avoid child support" was that simple, millions of dirtbags would do it.
It IS possible for a parent's child support obligation to terminate, but the situations are quite specific. For example, someone else adopting the child would terminate his duty of child support because he would no longer be a parent.
James E Hensley Jr's answer The judge sometimes will consent and take your husband off of probation early. We will need the prosecutor to agree also. You have a very good chance of getting the felony sealed from your husband’s record.
Please realize that even though the record is sealed, other agencies such as private.com is Matt still have the information and use it for a background check. The state of Arkansas will clear the record but these other organizations may not get the message. If one of these people...
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer I cannot be sure but it sounds like he owes back taxes. He will need to contact the Arkansas Department of Finance to find out why if he does not know. Or you can hire an attorney and they can research it for you.
Don Spears' answer Generally the owner or mortgage holder has the right of inspection. That right is usually granted in the contract documents. However giving them a key is a big ask. My suggestion would be to give a key to someone you trust if they want to inspect. Without seeing the paperwork I am just stating general principles.
James E Hensley Jr's answer Typically, there is a new BC issued once you are adopted. If you are looking for your original BC, try the Arkansas Department of Human Services in Little Rock. You may also have to reopen your adoption case. It is sometimes difficult to reopen a case.
To answer your question, it was not necessarily the Judge who restricted your access to the file and your BC; it is the law. These records are sealed for a variety of reasons - and one of those reasons are so you can't get the birth...
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