Son in a nasty divorce in WA state. Soon to be ex-wife has moved to MT with kids. We live in ND. She will not let us call or talk to our grandchildren and won't allow them to call us. Is there anything we can do?
so you walk into a Subway in the sign on the glass usually states, make it what you want. Well if you try to order a wrap let's triple or quadruple me, they claim that corporate policies do not let you. Wouldn't that be considered false advertisement because now I'm not getting to be able to make... Read more »
With those types of statements, the underlying premise is that the customer's wishes would be fulfilled, within a standard of reasonableness, not necessarily in a literal sense; or in this case, within the reasonable guidelines of their corporate policies. You could consult with an attorney to ask...Read more »
The attorney's good standing with the State Bar, or lack thereof, has no bearing on whether the will is valid. Most likely the will is perfectly valid. The best way to know for sure is to have it reviewed by an attorney in good standing. Estate plans should be reviewed every few years anyway.
Yes. As you know, you are required to check in periodically with your probation officer--who is required to go looking for you if you fail to show up as required. So your probation officer certainly can "give out personal information to someone" when looking for you.
So it's worth it to get with an attorney who handles traffic cases in the county where your case is. One issue will be was the damage taken care of. Second is what the law requires-=you may have an argument that you were not required to stop. But talk to a lawyer, in person, not trying to get your...Read more »
Nobody was home at this house. The police told them my name. The dogs were sitting in their own feces & urine...the whole garage was covered of weeks of waste. It was toxic! The door was unlocked, heard the dogs barking for weeks, I called police 3 times
I am not married to the childs father. He did sign an awknowledgement of paternity. He is saying if I take my daughter to my best friends wedding he will call me in for kidnapping. There is no custody agreement of any kind. He Is trying to force me to leave her with a coworkers wife whom I've never... Read more »
He has not seen my son in over 4 and I have never received any financial support or help with medical bills. I believe his wife hates my son and feel if he asked to have him for a day would Not be a good situation. Can I file for 100% custody? We live in North Dakota.
I'm concerned with using the name BEAU for my brand if I won't be able to trademark it later. I've searched the trademark database and see similar marks, but I don't know if the ones currently trademarked will prevent me from acquiring mine.
Your question has a lot of variables that could impact the answer. I would suggest consulting directly with a trademark lawyer. The term may be too broad to afford it protection - registering it is one thing, defending the trademark is another entirely.
My spouse and I cannot agree on how to divide things in the divorce. He feels I should be left with nothing, which has left my couch surfing for the last 6 months. My lawyer sent a response to his 6 weeks ago and we still do not have a response. When I talk with my lawyer all she says is "well he... Read more »
I was taking a trip to the gas station when I was pulled over by an officer. The officer walked to the window and said I was speeding, he then stated he could smell marijuana and I told him it could just be my clothes from another time. The officer then had me take several sobriety test outside... Read more »
I received a letter in the mail today that threatened legal action for a debt from over 5 years ago. The debt is from when I lived in Maryland. I have not lived there for the last 5 years. I've been living in North Dakota. The debt is for $9,000 and is the result of having been evicted when I was... Read more »
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