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What Is The Vermont Adoption Law?
My Dad Seems To Think You Have To Have A Closed Adoption But, I Thought That Law Changed Can Anyone Help Me?

Although most states seal adoption records, and many states do not enforce open adoption agreements, that doesn't necessarily mean all adoptions are closed. The state will not give information out, nor will they compel any agency to release contact information, but that doesn't meant the adoptive parents and relinquishing parents can't exchange information willingly.

For example both us and our son's bmom live in states with no open agreement enforcement and sealed records, yet we have an open adoption by mutual agreement. We have each others numbers, addresses, etc.

No law I have ever heard of prohibits two or more consenting people having contact in any way they choose, however they won't enforce private agreements as contracts nor compel communications. The state simply won't be involved in that aspect.

Who Is The Best Affordable Immigration Lawyer In La?
Have Been Deported For Not Living In The Us - I Am A Retired Flight Attendant And I Do Live There. I Have Children, Apartment Etc In La And I Need A Lawyer To Help Me Prove That. What Are The Consequences For Deportation? No Social Sec Card, Bank Card, Drivers License Etc?

This is a very complex question. You have NOT given enough information for anyone to give you a correct answer. First, how did you enter the country before you were deported? That is did you come on a tourist visa and overstay? Second, what was the reason given for you deportation? Third, what country are you from? Ask some basic questions first and get the answers before you hire a lawyer. Remember lawyers first concern isn't you it's your money. They'll tell you anything they think you want to hear to get you to pay them. Once they think they've drained as much cash as they can from you. They'll dump you quick. If you want send your answers to my yahoo email. Just click on my name and then send it to me. I'll give you a direction to start out.

How Do I Find Really Cheap Legal Insurance For My Superbike?
I Have Been Licensed In The U.S. For Only 3 Months, But I Have Been Riding Motorcycles For Over 20 Years Outside The Country. I Am In The Process Of Buying An Expensive Superbike, But The Insurance Quotes From Major Companies Are Way, Way, Way To High For My Liking. What Are The Alternative Methods?

Get a gsxr 750.Here in the U.S. the 750 is the cut off line to CHEAPER insurance.There will be no cheap insurance for a sportbike,but 750 or under will not break the bank.There are no other alternatives than to go with the lower cc bike.And for the guy who said AAA-they will not insure sportbikes I have been a member since 1969 and I have to go to an independent to get my bike insured.

Any Solicitors Our There Uk Only (Family Law)
My Husband Has A Daughter (From An Affair) And Has Had Contact With Her For The Last Year. Taking Her Out Every Week. Now Her Mother Won't Let Him Take Her Out Again And Says He Can Only See Her At Her House? He Has Done Nothing Wrong And Has A Good Relationship With His Daughter But The Mother Does Not Like Me And Does Not Want Me To Be With My Husband When He Takes Her Out? He Is Now Having To Take Her Back To Court But We Have Been Told We Will Need To Pay The Court Fees Again! We Feel This Is Unfair As It Is The Mother Who Has Put The Block On? If We Win In Court Can We Get The Court To Make Her Pay Us Our Money Back?(She's On Benefits And Gets Legal Aid)

No you cannot get her to refund any monies you pay in court fees. I see this sort of thing regularly in my office and it is quite simple to solve. You are not thinking about how the girls mother feels about this situation. The easiest thing to do in this case, is for you to take a back seat and do not get involved. Let the father and the daughter have their time together and the mother will not have any reason to be concerned about your in-put into the childs life. After all she the child, is nothing to do with you. Children grow up very quickly and there will come a time in the very near future when if the child seeks your company, the mother ,I regret to say will not have a lot to say about it. That is just human nature, so why not sit back and let things take their course.Try to imagine how you would feel if some other woman was trying to be part of your childs life, I bet, like this mother, you would not welcome it. If you came to my office this is the advise I would give you. In this sort of situation, going to court will solve nothing, there will be no winners just losers.So to sum up, let your husband and the child have their time and you just bide your time and it will work out OK

Biblical Law Vs Constitutional Law?
People Called Fundamentalist Christians Think We Should Be Governed By Biblical Law As &Quot;They&Quot; Understand It. Many Sins Such As Homosexuality Should Be Punished By Death. There Are Many People In Answers Who Seem As Hostile As The Iraq Terrorist - Would You Actually Kill Homosexuals If You Had The Power. Would You Imprison Me For Unmarried Sex, Shopping On Sunday, Swearing?

This doesn't technically answer your question, but: not all fundamentalists want to be governed by a state controlled by them and the Bible. Many accept secular law and government because they regard human government as necessarily "fallen" and corrupt. They don't want to have anything to do with it, if they can help it. Immoral laws are regarded as par for the course and, so long as they aren't forced to do anything immoral, they are willing to accept the fact that the law allows others to do things that are immoral. They don't *like* it, but they aren't willing to force their rules on others in order to stop it.

I'm not a fundamentalist, by the way, so I'm not trying to defend them out of personal interest. I just want to emphasize that they are more diverse than most people realize.

Anyone who would kill if they believed that some god tells them to is a danger to those around them. They don't really believe that killing is immoral or that people have a right to live; they only believe that killing is immoral until god orders otherwise and that people have no right to live - only a privilege to live until god tells some to revoke it.

Whom would you rather live next to: an atheist who refrains from harming you because they believe it's wrong, or a fundamentalist who refrains from harming you because they have not yet heard voices instructing them to come over in the middle of the night to kill you?

What Are Some Legal Rights That Men Have, That Are Denied To Women In Countries Like: U.S. U.K. Canada. Australia. Sweden.?

"What are some legal Rights that men have, that are denied to women in countries like: U.S. U.K. Canada. Australia. Sweden.?"

Well ... none. This is the crazy thing. When feminists are directly asked what "rights" they are fighting for, we get all sorts of half-answers that have nothing to do with Rights at all. It appears they want to have all of the same advantages (not rights) that males get by being born male. But they want them without having to bear any of the consequences that males do by being born male.

There is no interest in letting go of of their own female advantages, or sharing those with males. But then, men are trained to never ask for them or "whine" about that either. And the same goes for double standards. These exist for BOTH genders. Yet feminists only talk about the ones that negatively affect women. Men are just supposed to "man up" to theirs.

There are no legal Rights that men have that women do not have in the entire first world. And for those feminists in denial, it might interest them to note that it is only only MEN are legally discriminated against today.

That's right it is men, not women, that are subjected to state sanctions legal discrimination when it comes to affirmative action, only because they are men. There is also the issue of the obligation of military conscription that men had to take on in order to get the Right to vote. To this day, only one (1) country in the first world (Norway) has tasked women equally with this responsibility. It only took about 100 years for this equality. And for all the self-professed feminists who actually believe in equality, there is a lot more like this to come before we are truly equal.