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Child Support-What Would You Do/Recommend? (Legal Advice And Divorced Mothers Only Please)?
If The Mother Has Full Custody, And The Father Is Out Of The Country, Remarried, Working A Good Job (Building Engineer), And Obviously Doing Very Well Financially (Has Brand New Car, Is Buying A House, Father Is Us Citizens And The Country Is Not One Of The Countries Who Have A Child Support Enforcement Agreement) . The Father Has Verbally Agreed To Pay $200 A Month (But Actually Pays Whenever He Feels Like It, Not On A Monthly Basis).
*For A Country Which Does Not Have A Child Support Enforcement Agreement, The Consequence For The Father Would Be The Revocation Of His Us Passport If And When He Tries To Re-Enter The Country, And After The Owed Amount Is $5000 Or More. The Information About The Father's Earnings Is Not Available, But Can Be Obtained.
Choice A: Not File Child Support And Receive The $200 (Whenever).
Choice B: File For A Child Support And Wait Until The Father Comes Back To The Country To Get The $5000 Or More.
I Am Trying To Find Out More Information About Child Support And International Law. Whichever Insight You Can Offer Regarding That Is Very Helpful. Please Back Up Your Answer If You Can (Web Links, Reasoning For It, Etc). Thanks.
You need to file for child support and being that you are in the United States, his wages will be garnished for the child support amount. I don't know if his company has an office or headquarters in the states, but they would be legally required to comply with a court order. Even a lot of international companies will comply with court orders, as they do not want any trouble.
I would 100% file. It is not as simple as saying "He's out of the country, oh well." He will have to respond to the petition of the court, or it will automatically be ruled in your favor. If you are divorced, then you would go back for a reevaluation of the child support agreement.
Has paternity been established, or were you married? With his income being decent, you will also get more than $200.00 per month.
Your best bet would be to contact your local child support enforcement agency for assistance. They know everything about laws in every country, and all the available legal loop holes!
Basically, you have nothing to loose!
Legal Advice Pertaining To Copyright Infringement.?
I Am In Need Of Legal Advice To A Matter Pertaining To Copyright Infringement.
I Am A Small Business Owner Who Runs A Web And Graphic Design Business. Recently I Created A Dvd
Cover For A Person Where My Logo Brand Appeared On The Front And The Back Of The Cover.
It Has Just Come To My Knowledge That These Persons Have Removed My Logo Off Of The Front Of The Dvd
Cover Without My Permission. The Dvd Is Being Sold Nation Wide So They Are Making Profit Off Of It.
So My Questions Is, By These Persons Removing My Logo Identity Off Of The Front Of The
Cover, Does This Constitute Copyright Infringement? Do I Have A Just Cause To Take Legal Action?
First of all, if you need legal advice, you must seek the advice of an attorney. While I can impart some general information, nothing I say constitutes legal advice. Remember that your attorney has a legal duty as to your interests; strangers on the Internet do not.
As to your question, removing a logo, in and of itself, has nothing to do with copyright infringement. For example, I can scrape off the Toyota logo off a car and sell it. Copyright infringement is essentially the appropriation of copyrighted material without permission. Now if your DVD is being copied and sold without your permission, then that might constitute copyright infringement.
A big fact that is missing here (and one reason why you need to see an attorney) is the contract between you and your client. The written contract is going to spell out the rights your client has to the DVD you created for them. To the extent that the contract does not explicitly set out those rights or a written contract does not exist, then you may have to rely on other factors including state contract law.
&Quot;Litigation Notification&Quot; Notice -- Is It A Scam?
I Got Something In The Mail. On The Outside It Says The Words &Quot;Legal Advertisement&Quot; On The Front.
Call For Assistance 800-357-5564
Contact: Litigation Department
You Must Respond By Aug 25, 2011
Our Office Has Recently Filed Claim Against Prosperity Mtg Aimed At Improper Lender Actions. Records Indicate That You May Be A Potential Plaintiff In A National Lawsuit. It Is Imperative That You Contact Our Offices Immediately. To Learn More Or Opt In, Call 800-357-5564.
The Goal Is To Reduce Your Interest Rate, Monthly Payment And Principal Balance. Additionally, We Will Seek Monetary Relief, Stop Foreclosures, And/Or Seek Compensation For Damages.
Next Step Is To Call
You May Be Excluded As A Plaintiff Of A National Lawsuit Against Prosperity Mtg, Don'T Delay, Case Settlement Time Will Vary From Case To Case. When Calling Please Reference File Number ####.
We Are Not Sponsored Or Affiliated With You (This Is Their Typo, Not Mine) Lender And This Advertisement Is Not Authorized Or Provided By Your Lender. Your Loan Information Was Obtained Through Public Record Sources; The Law Offices Of Christopher J. Van Son Dba Consolidated Litigation Group, A Professional Law Firm, Is Not Sponsored Or Affiliated With Above-Mentioned Lender This Advertisement Does Not Contain Or Constitute Legal Advice. Licensed To Practice Law In Ca. 6345 Balboa Boulevard, Building 2, Suite 138, Encino, Ca 91316.
When I Call, They Ask Me My Name, Number, Mortgage Payment, How Far Behind I Am, If I'M In Foreclosure, And More. I Just Provided All Fake Information, But Got Fed Up With The Questions And Asked What This Was About. The Woman Told Me That I Was The One Calling Them. I Explained About The Notice, And With Confusion She Assured Me That They Would Call Me Back During Normal Business Hours Between 7Am And 5Pm. I Explained That It Was 8:30Am. She Said She Didn'T Know Why They Were Forwarding Calls To The Offsite Location. I Asked What Company I Was Dealing With. She Said In A Very Rehearsed, Formal Way: &Quot;Mortgage Release Center&Quot;. When I Google That, Almost Nothing Comes Up.
First Question: Is This A Scam?
Second Question: If It Is, What Can I Do To Assure I Don'T Get Mail From Them Anymore?
The first thing to do when you get a letter purporting to be from a lawyer is to check to see whether the person really is a lawyer. In California, that is at:
There really is a lawyer named Christopher J. VanSon, and there also is a real outfit called Consolidated Litigation Group
However, a bit of internet research discloses many reports of fairly sketchy conduct by this Group and Mr. VanSon.
The California Department of Real Estate has issued a Consumer Alert about this kind of practice:
This group has apparently been operating in violation of Washington State law
While the solicitation you received may not directly violate California law or ethical standards, the California Bar may be interested in this kind of conduct, and you might consider filing a complaint with the State Bar
Can Anyone Help Find A Lawyer To Deal With Requip Case Parallel To Mirapex And Permax?
Parkinsons Drug Inducing Catastrophic Compulsions That Ruin Marriages And Peoples Lives.
I don't know what area you live in, but, type in Martindale Hubble in a search engine and you will find a site that will allow you to find lawyers and law firms by location, firm size, particular practice and so forth. Good luck. Make sure they don't ask for any money up front. Their fee should be based on whether you win anything or not and no more than a 1/3.
What Questions Should I Ask When Looking For An Attorney?
I'm Looking For An Attorney, Specifically To Do A Quiet Title Action, What Questions Should I Be Asking To Make Sure I Find A Good Attorney?
Does the attorney have experience with your particular circumstance? Does he or she charge for an initial interview, and if so, what is the cost? Does the attorney have a standard fee if it is a routine circumstance and what does that fee cover? If the issue is more complicated or the attorney doesn't have a standard fee, do they charge an hourly fee? Is there a written agreement that describes the fees and services? To find the names of reputable lawyers, ask a friend or neighbor, or co-workers about lawyers they have Another avenue to research potential lawyers is by calling your states Lawyer Referral service. also,What law school did you graduate from and when?
Depending on what you are hiring the attorney for,
its good to know for any type of case,
What kinds of law have you practiced in your career? Have you done trial work?
Where and in what courts are you licensed to practice law?
Have you ever been the subject of professional discipline? If so, for when and for what?
Do you have malpractice insurance?
Describe your experience in handling cases like mine.
- How much of that experience was in the last two years?
- What were the outcomes of those cases?
What percentage of your cases are similar to mine?
Is this a specialized matter, and, if so, are you a specialist in this area?
- Do you have any specialist certification?
- Have you published anything or taught in this specialized area?
How long have you been practicing in this area of law?
Can you provide references from other clients?
What’s your current caseload? Do you have large trials scheduled over the next few months?
Where does my matter come in with your priorities?
What is the size of your firm?
- Number of attorneys
- Number of paralegals
Will you be working on my case, and, if so, will you be the only one working on it?
If associate attorneys and paralegals will be working on it, what is their experience and background? Can I meet them?
What would you do and what would the associate and/or paralegal do in my case?
- If there’s a trial, who will conduct it?
- Who will do discovery?
- Who will draft papers?
Can I see a copy of the firm’s retainer agreement?
California, Orange County Family Law Attorneys?
I Need To Find Out What My Rights Are In Concern With An Upcoming Court Date With Social Services In Regards Tomy Newborn Twin Girls...
Why do you have to go to court for first of all? Are you getting public assistance? Why are they so interested in your newborns? There are attorneys who will do work for those who can't afford one. You will need a n attorney who specialises in family law. Fight for what's yours!!