Gregory William Liebl's answer The answer depends on whether there is a court order in place and whether or not 50 miles away puts her outside of the state of North Dakota. You will want to speak with an attorney further about this to get you pointed in the right direction.
Lucas Wynne's answer Many people attempt to do this and fail. More would need to be known about your particular case. You do not want to file a frivolous motion with any court as doing so will just cost you a lot of time and headache. With that being said, if an attorney violated the rules and that resulted in a conviction for you, it is probably worth exploring. You may be looking for what is called post conviction relief, but I would highly suggest you do not go about it on your own if it all possible. Call a few...
Lucas Wynne's answer Firstly, some noncompete contracts are invalid as a matter of law and not worth the paper they’re written on. Secondly, no attorney can answer this question without actually seeing the contract. If I were you, I would bring the contract to an attorney, pay them a basic fee to review and issue you an opinion.
Peter Munsing's answer If you were in a crash contact a member of the N.Dakota Assn for Justice in the County where it happened. They give free consults. Emotional distress claims are not favored and the rules are very strict. If you were hurt, focus on your injuries as well.
Lesley B Foss' answer In North Dakota, if your divorce involves minor children, you are required to attend and participate in the Family Law Mediation program, which provides divorcing couples with 6 free hours of mediation services. If the divorce does not involve minor children, you do not receive a referral to mediation, but you still can greatly benefit from engaging in mediation. Mediation will cost you the time/services of the mediator (and likely of your attorney), but it can be less costly than engaging in...
Lesley B Foss' answer You would need to write up and file with the Court a written Stipulation reflecting what provisions of the Judgment you've agreed to modify. Both parties would need to sign and notarize the Stipulation. You then need to prepare and file a proposed Order and a proposed Amended Judgment.
Gregory William Liebl's answer The short answer to your question is "yes, the biological children your husband does not share with the obligee are taken into consideration." That being said, it is not a dollar for dollar "match." In other words, your husband's child support obligation may still go up even though he has two other children that will be considered in the calculation. You should contact an attorney to help you through this process.
Nicholas Nelson's answer Your question is someone of a complicated one. Even when records go off the public record, the government can still access them. I would certainly argue that the "not guilty" charge should not count as the "first" charge, as you were "not guilty". Note - cases are highly fact dependent and I cannot give adequate legal advice without first discussing with you the particular details of your matter in their entirety. That being said, those are my initial thoughts. Good luck!
Assuming her dad is supportive, I strongly recommend talking it through with your daughter and trying to get her to understand and come willingly. Forcing a child to come against her will might be more damaging to your relationship in the long run than giving her a bit more leeway now.
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