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Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

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The best solution can only be determined after a comprehensive consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your area.  They can go over both your bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy options and, based on the facts of your situation, advise you on the benefits and costs of each, so you can decide the best solution for you.  ... Read More
The best solution can only be determined after a comprehensive consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your area.  They can go... Read More
Absolutely!  Yes, we need to do an intake and see what your probability is for success.   Attorney Bocchio Legal Rights Advocates P 855-254-7841 www.yourlegalrightsadvocates.com   
Absolutely!  Yes, we need to do an intake and see what your probability is for success.   Attorney Bocchio Legal Rights Advocates P... Read More

Can I get temporary disability?

Answered a hour ago by attorney Scott Bocchio   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Social Security Disability
Feel free to call our office and speak with a SSDI Advocate.  We are happy to help.   Feel free to call us at 855-254-7841 Attorney Bocchio Legal Rights Advocates P 855-254-7841 www.yourlegalrightsadvocates.com         
Feel free to call our office and speak with a SSDI Advocate.  We are happy to help.   Feel free to call us at 855-254-7841 Attorney... Read More

How do i choose a disability attorney

Answered a hour ago by attorney Scott Bocchio   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Social Security Disability
I would always look at a firms reputation and reviews....  Legal Rights Advocates is a law firm with an A+ rating and all positive 5 Star reviews.   Feel free to review www.legalrightsadvocates.com    Attorney Scott Bocchio  855-254-7841         ... Read More
I would always look at a firms reputation and reviews....  Legal Rights Advocates is a law firm with an A+ rating and all positive 5 Star... Read More

How to not end up in jail for not paying child support?

Answered 7 hours ago by attorney Mr. David R. Hartwig   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Child Support
Without a lot more information, I don't know if anyone can help you. Your situation involves major factual and procedural issues. These are issues that we can discuss. If you are interested in pursuing the matter further, I offer an initial 1/4 hour consultation without charge, and a 1/2 hour consultation for $50. If you want to set an appointment for the initial consultation, feel free to telephone, or email, my office; if you are outside of the Salt Lake area, we can handle all of this by phone.
 Don't wait any longer, give a call and let's getting working to protect your interests.
 
David R. Hartwig

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Without a lot more information, I don't know if anyone can help you. Your situation involves major factual and procedural issues. These are issues... Read More

What if u 30 mins away from completing will u get in trouble

Answered 8 hours ago by attorney David B. Harrison   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: DUI/DWI
I beleive the best approach is to contact whatever agency you report your community service work hours to (probably Community Justice Services or your probation officer), ask for additional time to complete the community service BEFORE the time runs out, and have a plan on when the remaining 30 minutes will be done. This MIGHT avoid you being referred back to the Judge.  However, even if you are referred back to the judge - do the remaining 30 minutes BEFORE the court date and have proof of that - the judge will likely accept it.... Read More
I beleive the best approach is to contact whatever agency you report your community service work hours to (probably Community Justice Services or... Read More

Can u help me get some of my dad's assests

Answered 9 hours ago by attorney Terry Lynn Garrett   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Wills and Probate
Hire a local probate lawyer to file either an Affidavit of Small Estate or an Application for Determination of Heirship and Issuance of Letters of Administration to get legal authority over your father's property.  A live in girlfriend has none.
Hire a local probate lawyer to file either an Affidavit of Small Estate or an Application for Determination of Heirship and Issuance of Letters of... Read More
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You are under no legal obligation to provide any of that information or documentation.  However, doing so does not create any obligations to you.  Your boyfriend is required by the bankruptcy court to disclose the amounts you contribute towards the household expenses.  This should NOT require disclosure of your income or require you to sign any documents.  This may be some specific requirement they have in Washington of which I'm not aware.    It's not going to hurt you to provide the documents, but I do not think your boyfriend is required to provide all that. Make sure he's using a qualified and experienced bankruptcy attorney in his case.    ... Read More
You are under no legal obligation to provide any of that information or documentation.  However, doing so does not create any obligations to... Read More
Dear Jacqueline,   You may very well have a Personal Injury Premises Liability Case, if the actions fall in the category of negligence, as opposed to an Assault and Battery case. It all depends upon the facts and how they are presented. We cannot directly solicit you, so you will need to reach out for consultation to go more deeply into all of the surrounding facts in this unfortunate situation. ... Read More
Dear Jacqueline,   You may very well have a Personal Injury Premises Liability Case, if the actions fall in the category of negligence, as... Read More