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Well I Was Really Wondering If Anyone Knew The Meaning Behind The Last Name Lawson? Ive Heard Before It Might Mean &Quot;Son Of Lawrence&Quot; But I Was Looking For A Lil More In Depth..Thanks So Much! Have A Great Day! =)
The surname Lawson is taken from 'Law' and denotes someone who is the 'son of law'. The most likely source of the name is either from the name Lawrence believed to have originated from a person who lived near a laurel tree or from the Old English word hlaw meaning a hill and therefore a person 'the son of who lived on or near the hill'.
much more to read on that page than just that but it's a starter.
Spelling variations include: Lawson, Laweson and others.
First found in Yorkshire where they were seated from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A.D.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Christopher Lawson arrived in Virginia in 1623; Lettice Lawson settled in Virginia in 1638; Thomas Lawson settled in Virginia in 1623; Charles, Christopher, David, George, Henry, James, John, Joseph, Samuel, Thomas and William Lawson, all arrived in Philadelphia between 1840 and 1860.
www.familysearch.org can help in finding much more information on the Lawson family name and genealogy.
I Need Ms Legal Forms Child Custody, Where Is An Online Site To Obtain Them?
I Need Forms In The State Of Mississippi Regarding Family Law -- Child Custody. Where Might I Find The Forms Online?
Anyone Heard Of Directory Exclusive?
Has Anyone Heard Of A Company Called Directory Exclusive - It Is An Internet Business Directory And They Charge You $950.00 For Posting Your Information On Their Site -- They Supposedly Operate Out Of Jerusalem - But Their Fake Invoices Are Sent From New York. Anyways, They Sent Me A Bill For $950 - I Have Demanded That They Take My Information Off Their Site, But They Are Not. They Are Treatening To Send This $950 To Collections. What Legal Action Can I Take?
If you read their fine print under terms and conditions, they are definitely using fraudulent and questionable practices. The only way you can cancel within the 7-day trial period is to send a letter to Israel? How long would that take (for them to receive it)? My suggestion would be to use their service for what you can and ignore their threats, unless you want to pursue them in return for fraudulent and/or questionable practices. I signed up for their services to get more exposure for my website but I am not paying $950.00 since they won't allow me to properly cancel within the 7-day trial period. Take care and good luck! P.S.....my website is http://www.homeownersunite.com. It is an online support site to assist distressed homeowners who cannot afford to pay thousands of dollars to attorneys and consultants. Check it out if you get a chance!
Does Anybody Know Anything About Pre Paid Legal Services? Is It Any Good?
Pre-paid legal services are usually a waste of money for the average American. Think of pre-paid legal as an insurance plan. You usually have a yearly premium ($350-600) a year. You pay that money regardless if you have legal issues or not. Pre-paid legal is usually only for small matters and general legal advice. Their plans are usually very restrictive as to what it actually covers.
It is appealing because it sounds to good to be true, and that is because it is. If you research the actual Pre-Paid Legal company, they are always tied up in litigation regarding SEC violations or other bad business type litigation.
I think you'd be better off starting a savings account for emergencies. Put that money you would paid for pre-paid legal in an account and be able to choose who represents you. Pre-paid legal is no better than the "public defender" scenario. They have a network of attorneys that accept their plan. They will assign you to an attorney and you have to trust they give you someone competent.
Ex Has Taken Our 13 Yr, To Tx, And Won'T Bring Her Back. I Need 2000 For Lawyers. Legal Aid Denied?
I Got Tangled Up In Drugs N Partying, After Our Divorce.He Was Abusive, Placed Me In The Hospital Several Times. So I Got On Drugs 2 Yrs N Lost Custody Of Our 2 Kids, B/C I Didnt Hv A Lawyer. I Still Dont Have A Lawyer, But I Got Jesus, And He Said He Would Be My &Quot;All In All&Quot;. After Losing My Kids, They Lived With X The Remainer Of The Year. Then Slowly The Kids Ended Up Moving Bk Home W/ Me. I Took Them To School Everyday For 2 Yrs. Last Yr The X Moved To Tx, And Took Our 13 Yr Old (She Wanted To Go). Now She Hates It , Him, And His Family And Really Want To Come Back Home, But He Wont Bring Her And Everytime She Brings It Up He Gets Mad At Her. She Told Me About Him Slapping Her, And Choking Her. She Told Her School Counselor. X Gets Disabilty Check $, So Kids Gets A Check A Piece. X Gets Everybodys Checks. Even Our 10Yrs Old, Who'S Here With Me, Because He Refused To W/ Them To Tx . Lawyer Retainer Fee $2000. I Work At Night As A Retail Supervisor, And I Intern In The Day As A Surgical Technician, I Have 200 More Hours Left.Yes! I Have 2 New Babies While I Was In School . Ages 3 Yr And 1 Yr. All My Kids Ages 18 Yr Old(Gone To College), 13 Yr Old (In Tx W/ Crazy Horse), 10 Yr Old (With Me/But At School) , 3 Yr Old 1 Yr Old In Daycare). I Applied For Legal Aid 4 Times , But They Say They Cant Help Me. My Daughter Needs Us And We Need. Her.
Go to Court - you don't need an Attorney - and file for custody, giving PROOF of the mistreatment of the child.
OR report the mistreatment to Child Protective Services (or whatever it's called in TX). If the allegations are true the child will be put in foster care, and you are her closet relative when custody is decided.
I trust JESUS wil lead the way for you.
Legal Advice? Give Up Parental Rights? Texas? Costs?
So, I'M Dealing With A Difficult Situation. I Am Married And For 9 Months I Had A Relationship With A Married Man With Whom I Worked With. I'M Not Gonna Lie, I Started Falling For This Man. He And I Never Had Plans To Have It Get There, Nor To Ever Leave Our Spouses And Our Children. Throughout Our Relationship, We Had Unprotected Sex. He Decided To End Things, And I Got Upset So Told His Wife Everything!!!! It Got Ugly. I Only Got Upset Because His Wife Has Never Known Of His Wrongdoings. I Was Never His First Nor Will I Be His Last. Also, Keep In Mind To This Day My Husband Still Doesn'T Know Anything.
We Still Continued Working Together, Keeping Everything Professional. I Started Feeling Different, So I Took 2 Pregnancy Tests. I Came Out Pregnant. I Told Him, He Suggested An Abortion But There Are No Clinics Near Us. I Had No Choice But To Keep This Baby And Pretend This Was My Husbands Child.
His Wife Knows I'M Pregnant. He And I Talked And Came To A Conclusion, He Cannot Be In My Babys Life Cause His Wife Will Hate This Baby, As She Hates Me. Not Only That, But I'D Have To Tell My Husband, Who Is Innocent In All This.
So, I Brought Up To Him Giving Up His Parental Rights. He Just Nods, We Never Really Talk. Is There Any Possibility We Can Do This Without My Husband Finding Out? I Need To Protect My Baby. Knowing This Guy And How Hes A Family Guy, I Know He Will Eventually Want To Be In This Babys Life. I Am Currently 5 Months Pregnant!! Help!!!
Your husband will be the child's legal father. There are no parental rights to give up...
UNLESS the truth about your affair comes out, or your husband becomes suspicious that the child isn't his. If DNA testing shows that the child wasn't fathered by your husband, he may decide to divorce you. I guess in that case you can go after the real father for child support. Or I guess maybe your lover could decide he wants to claim the child and be established as the father through DNA testing. Your husband then may wish to give up his legal parental rights.