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1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation and Identity Theft for Arkansas on
Q: I have multiple active case(s), and no return calls from the Attorney(s) I have informed. What do I do?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Sep 18, 2019

Anything is possible. They may be in court, they may have needed to take time off, there may not be developments to report on, etc. But still, you are entitled to have your calls returned. You could follow up with email and let them know that you have been trying to reach them. Good luck... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Personal Injury, Identity Theft and Legal Malpractice for Arkansas on
Q: How do I accept a lawyer who has refused to return my call?

An out of state attorney who is female and unwilling to represent me. To expand on this misunderstood sentence, she tries to communicate with me in an akward sense, she is being charged. This is due to her not communicating with me only. It is impossibly horrible to expect 'good standing' in front... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Sep 1, 2019

It might be easier to simply start looking for a new attorney in your state. It's anyone's guess as to why they aren't returning calls. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law and Identity Theft for Arkansas on
Q: Can I still file married joint if my spouse's SSN has been filed on another return?

My spouse is incarcerated and it appears that their ssn was e-filed on a return by someone already without permission.

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Apr 3, 2019

Be very careful here. If you attempt to file jointly after your spouse (or someone else posing as your spouse) has filed, the IRS will likely notice the duplicity in SSANs--and will possibly hold YOU responsible. The last thing either of you two need is the IRS coming after you.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Arkansas on
Q: If a person gives you a credit card that belongs to them, and gives you permission to use such card, can they

have you charged with credit card fraud?

Paul Stanko
Paul Stanko answered on Sep 22, 2016

They can, but that doesn't mean you will be convicted. If a person loans you a car, they can later say you stole it, too. You should never use another person's credit card, even with permission.

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