The definition depends on what area of the law you are referring to. If you are referring to a "tool" to commit a criminal offense, then criminal law applies. If it is a dental "tool" or something similar then you civil law at least.
My birth certificate was changed when I was a baby to read name A. It was then changed via my original birth certificate (that was replaced on file by name change A) to read name B. I then got married and have the name C. So on the petition for a name change it reads "IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME... Read more »
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Father in law has lived in Florida for over 10 year. He was moved to an assisted living facility after a stroke. He does not own a house. The only money he receives is from social security and the VA to pay for the facility he lives at. The post office has our address so we could receive... Read more »
This will depend on the criminal record of the offender. If no record, the offender is likely facing a suspended jail sentence. With the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer, it is possible in limited circumstances to ultimately have the charge dismissed.
I wanted to know what rights would a person have who may purchase a home with someone who has adult children and the other party wants to make sure theire adult children get his share of the property if they were to pass.
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