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Family Court Lawyers in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Good Custody Lawyers In Ct?
Im Going Through A Custody/ Visitation Battle For My Daughter. Im Looking For A Female Lawyer In The Hartford, Ct Area. I Want Someone Who Is A Real Fighter, A Good Lawyer. Thanks.

.Any lawyer will be able to put up a good argument,if you are the biological mother. Don't get set in a gender thing,just get a good lawyer

Auto Repossession Laws And Advice?
Hello! I Have A Question Regarding A Vehicle Repossession In Georgia. My Car Was Repossessed In November Of Last Year (2009) After I Was 3 Months Past Due On My Loan. I Lost My Job And Was In College Full Time And Was Unable To Pay The Payments. I Tried Everything That I Could To Avoid Repossession, However I Failed At All Attempts. Anyway, I Received A Letter From The Bank Shortly After They Got The Car Back That Told Me That They Were Going To Sell It At A Public Auction Unless I Requested A Private Sale, Etc. I Did Not Respond To The Letter Because I Had Already Tried To Sell The Car To No Avail. I Got A Letter Today Telling Me That They Sold My Car On June 30Th At An Auction For 1800, Which Leaves A Deficiency Of $4,352.30 That I Owe In Full Within Ten Days Or They Will Take Further Action Against Me. I Was Wondering What I Should Do, As I Obviously Can Not Pay Them. I Can Barely Pay My Bills That I Currently Have. My Husband And I Are Living With His Parents, We Share A Car Now And I Do Not Work As I Am In College. I Graduate In Three Weeks (Nursing) And Will Get A Job Shortly After That (Providing That I Pass The Boards). Would The Bank Be Willing To Wait Until Then? And Even Then, I Can Only Do A Payment Arrangment. Also, I Thought That The Bank Was Required To Tell Me When And Where The Car Would Be Sold So That I Could Come To The Auction If I Chose? Thanks For All Help In Advance!

[sigh] the GA law on this is online. there may also be an arm of the state government that offers handouts, etc. on the subject which summarizes the law.

the time when you should have been looking this up was immediately after the repo -- now is almost certainly too late.

their next step will probably be to sell the 4352.30 debt to a collection agency. you'll like for that to not happen -- it'll harm your credit even more [you've already got 90 days past due and the repo on the list].

call the people you used to deal with in the collections department and ask for the manager. [no underling has enough authority for what you want].

tell the manager the truth of the situation -- just about to graduate and should be able to make payments in three to six months. ask if you can convert the deficiency to an unsecured loan with payments to begin 45 days after you're employed. s/he won't want to do it; so you'll have to remind them that they probably only get 30 cents or so on the dollar if it goes to the collection agency and that suing would cost the bank even more through attorney's fees -- all of which you will help them avoid as soon as you're working as a Nurse.

GL

Should I Get A Traffic Attorney?
I Got 3 Tickets After An Accident, Unreasonable And Imprudent Speed Unsafe Lane Change Interfered With Safe Operation Of Motor Vehicle. I Live In Ny And I Am 17.

Well, I think your first step may be to call a traffic attorney, quite a few do free phone consultations, talk things through with them, see what you might be facing.

The best thing to do is,if you'd like, to go to court, try to see what can be worked out, plea bargained, talk with the prosecutor, etc, see what you're really facing, and what the judge has to say, and if you're not happy with it, then you may plead not-guilty if you wish, and on your next court appearance date go with a lawyer. You do have the right to request an attorney to be present if you are facing charges, and you do have the right to know in full detail what you are dealing with. The judge doesn't always just throw the book down on all the charges, and more often than not, things can be worked out. It all varies/depends. I've gotten 3 tickets as well several months ago, and I went to court with no attorney, two of those tickets got completely dismissed, and I just pled guilty to the third, which was somewhat minor anyways, paid the fees/court costs, and that was the end of it.




That way you know exactly what you are facing,

Hello I Live In Texas Now But I'M From In. I Have A Dilemma, I Left In Without Filing An Intent To Relocate. T?
Family Law In Indiana.

Not enough information. Family law in Indiana? What is the issue. Your divorced and can't move without permission? On probation? I can't answer you the explanation isn't there and I have no idea what information you are asking for.

Do You Need A Lawyer To Give A Baby Up For Adoption?
Do You Need A Lawyer? What Is The Process? Don't Know Who To Consult.

Dear Sabrina:
You don't have to have a lawyer to place a baby, but you do need the opportunity to speak to one about ANY questions you might have about the adoption.

When we did our son's adoption, I told our attorney to give our son's first mom an opportunity to ask her any questions in private, with confidentiality. When we were signing the papers, I signed mine, and hugged her, and left her with the attorney, literally, in the office (baby's dad was there too, to make sure she was alright).

There are some ways to change your mind after signing, which vary from state to state. In some states, you have to wait until the baby is born, then sign, and it's final. Other states have from a few hours, to 30 days. If you do change your mind, there's a specific way to do it. If that way is not followed, you'll give up your chances. In our state, the person changing their mind about the adoption has to go to the clerk's office in the county the adoption was signed in, and in writing put the paperwork in.

There was a woman in Florida, who in the last few minutes, changed her mind, went and actually picked the baby up, and then didn't file the paperwork and lost custody to the adopting parents.

You can hire an attorney on your own, or the adopting parents can pay for your own attorney, or since an attorney cannot legally lie about the law, you can ask to have some alone time with the attorney handling the paperwork, or you might qualify for legal aid. I would not recommend an attorney with a big ad specializing in adoption, because they get paid big bucks by adoptive families, and their ultimate goal is to place babies, and they can be coersive.

There are many good people who wish to adopt. Make sure that you know you have legal rights to see their home study, to meet them, to see the house they live in, and even to meet their entire extended family. If they don't think that's a good idea, then say it isn't, and move on to someone else to adopt your child. Make sure you get information from them, such as their full name and date of birth, so you can find them later on.

Keep a copy of every piece of paper in a safe place. I'd photocopy them, and put a copy in a safety deposit box, especially the identifying information, so that way, you'll always have it when you reunite with your child. Also, it's a good idea to have the address where the child will be in the event that you might have to add medical history to their file, such as cancer, high blood pressure, depression, etc. It's very important to have that information available.

Good luck, and make sure you are 10000% comfortable with your decision. You can also place a temporary guardianship of the child for a couple of weeks, before signing the paperwork, so that way, you'll have an extended time to make sure your mind is made up. I wouldn't recommend more than 2 weeks, because the child needs stability, and bonding time.

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