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Q: How can my son who is Native American obtain a Native American attorney? Criminal Law & Civil Rights.
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jan 31, 2021

I'm sorry your question went unanswered for three weeks. If your son is still looking for an attorney, you could go to the Find-a-Lawyer tab above - there is a section "Native American Law." You could also run your own independent searches online, or you could visit the website of... View More

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Q: SC fence has been on property for 25 yrs/ person who owns land behind says I'm 3 feet on his property must I remove ?
Timothy V. Kassouni
Timothy V. Kassouni
answered on Jan 9, 2013

You may have prescriptive easement over the three feet which will allow you to continue to use that area as before. If you paid property taxes on this three foot strip of land you may also have ownership of it based on the law of adverse possession. You should carefully review your property tax... View More

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