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Where Can I Find A Cheap Divorce?
Where Can I Get A Cheap Divorce
you do not even need a lawyer... go to courthouse file a petition for divorce.. sit down with your wife and talk about it if it is a mutual feeling and decide who gets what ...custody arrangement if there are kids and child support.. etc if she does not know file petition ...think about how you would like to split your assets.. time with kids etc and once she is served papers talk about it. if you can keep it relatively civil you can file irreconcilable differences. and a judge will simply stamp the papers and approve how you agreed to split assets and custody.. will cost you like $40 to have her served then filing cost to have things like deed to property changed etc
Around How Much Does An Immigration Lawyer Charge?
Does Any Body Know Around How Much An Immigration Lawyer Charges?? I Want To Fix My Husbands Legal Status He Is Illegal From Mexico. He Has A Clean Background, He Has Been In The Usa For 9 Years. We Have Been Married For 2 Years, We Have 2 Children Ages 6 And 2. He Entered The Us Illegaly And Has Not Left Since. I Am A Born Us Citizen. Can Somebody Tell Me Around How Much A Lawyer Charges To Help In This Case???
You don't need a lawyer for the I-130 which you can send out tomorrow, as it never expires. What you may want to hire a lawyer for is the I-601 waiver that your husband will need, but you don't want to hire just any lawyer, not even any immigration lawyer, you want to hire a waiver expert. The best one I personally know and know about is Laurel Scott. She has a free weekly chat at http://www.immigrate2us.net. She is not cheap, however, expect to pay anywhere from $5K to $8,5K if you have a clear cut case.
If you have 2 children together, proving hardship shouldn't be too difficult. Know that Ciudad Juarez issues more I-601 waivers than all the other consulates on the planet . . . combined! What matters is that the waiver is set up according to the rules of the game. You seem to be quite . . . um . . . versed in the English language. I could imagine that you can pull this off on your own, once you know what you need to know. You could also visit http://www.visajourney.com and post there in the Waiver forum.
Best of luck to you.
Child Support. Any Lawyer'S Form Texas On Her?
My Youngest Daughter Is 21. Ex Never Payed Child Support. Now They Are Taking It Out Of His Check. Who Does That Money Really Belong To? My Daughter'S Or Me? (When I Do Get It I Do Buy Stuff For My Daughter'S.)
I don't need to be a lawyer to answer this. The money goes to the legal guardian of the child, normally a parent, to be used exclusively for the child's needs. By exclusively I mean that a parent may apply a portion of it to rent for the child's residence, and to a common household food bill, etc. but must supply the child with goods and services such as shelter food clothing, etc, that equal the entire amount of the check PLUS the parent's own contribution to the child's needs.
The only question here is "who is the child's legal guardian or parent?" That is the person who gets te money and who must spend the money properly.
If Gov Blag Is Impeached, Which It Looks Like Is A Done Deal, Then Will Attorney General Holder?
Go After Him To Prosecute Him For The Transgressions? If So, Will Rahm And Other Ex- Illinois Politicians Have To Take The Stand And Be Questioned? If So, What Might This Open Up In Regards To The Illinois Political System Under The Rule Of Gov Blag?
I get the feeling that he will get off with a slap on the hand...just to keep him shut up
Why We Need Asbestos Cancer Lawyer?
To be honest, the only ones I ever heard of was on TV. They advertise about mesothelioma and such. You won't have to say when you came in contact like the first post said because no one knows that for sure. These lawyers are for suing and I guess that's what you want. I don't know what state you live in, but check out the commercial on TV or have you tried a web site? Either way, I wish you the best.
ADD OK I looked it up. Boy, there's a lot. I got 2 numbers for you,
1-800-934-2921- This is the one advertised on TV.
1-888-787-6376-Mark & Associates, P.C.
If you want more, just put in Mesothelioma lawyers and a huge list comes up. Most of these lawyers have branches all over the country. Luck to you.
Sexual Harassment On Job After 2 Days Of Working There!!! I Need A Way To Find A Good Lawyer!!?
(This Job Is A Clothing Store, That Is Owned By The Main Manager'S Family)
I Was Hired March 9Th (2009) And I Started Work March 10Th (Tuesday).
The First Day, My Boss Had Been Asking Me What Size Pants I Wore, And Repeatedly Making Comments.
Here'S An Example
(I'M Wearing Some Jeans, And A Kinda Long Black T-Shirt)
&Quot;What Size Do You Wear?
&Quot;Size... 5... &Quot;
&Quot;You Don'T Look Like A Size 5.&Quot;
&Quot;I Know, It'S Because Of My Hips.&Quot;
He Then Pulled Up My Shirt In The Back And Made The Comment.
&Quot;Yeah, You Have A Big Butt&Quot;
He Then Told Me To Go Into The Stock Room In The Back To Separate Some School Clothes By Size.
So I Followed Him Back There To Do The Job.
I Was Standing Up Taking Bundles Of School Pants And Putting Them Into Another Box By The Sizes.
He Came Back, And Said, I'M Straining My Back. He Told Me To Get On The Floor On My Knees. And He Took The Pants, And Just Piled Them On The Floor. He Told Me, It Would Be Easier To Separate...
He Then Asked Me If He Can See My But. And I Told Him &Quot;No&Quot; And He Said,
&Quot;Aww, Cmon.&Quot; And He Pulled The Back Of My Pants And Looked At My Butt. And When He Did It, His Hand Actually Touched My Skin.
I Turned From Him, And He Leaned Toward Me And Grabbed My Butt And Said &Quot;Well Can I Grab It?&Quot;
I Told Him No Again,
What Should I Really Do?
If You Want To Talk To Me One On One, You Can Message My Yahoo Messenger, I Know That There Can Only Be One Response To A Question. =/
Ok, first off this isn't your fault. It's your boss, so of course you're going to answer his questions. If were going to be rude to him, you risked getting fired. Anyway, is there an HR that you can go to? A boss above him? You SHOULD NOT/CANNOT talk to him about this. You've already made it clear to him that you do not like or appreciate his comments to you. So, go home and write it down/type it out. The day, time of day the incident happened (if you remember) and what exactly happened and what was said. What he's doing is illegal and if he's doing it to you, he's probably doing it to other employees. I would look into reporting him to HR. Do whatever you need to to go above him and report it. They'll ask you a series of questions - take your notes you made and then ask him about it. They'll tell him there has been a sexual harassment suit filed against him, but they won't say wo filed it. Good luck and hopefully you can get this a.s.s. hole fired.