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Answered 9 hours ago by attorney Patrick Johnson   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Medical Malpractice
You need to look for a malpractice attorney in the east tennessee area.
You need to look for a malpractice attorney in the east tennessee area.
Yes a father has rights as to the birth of his children. But there are situations where he loses those rights if he fails to act on them.
Yes a father has rights as to the birth of his children. But there are situations where he loses those rights if he fails to act on them.
You are claiming that your relative defrauded you into loaning her money and/or has breached her contract to repay you.  You can sue her for your damages.  Also, I don't understand how the bankruptcy is relevant, since she can only file bankruptcy if she is insolvent.  Thus, if she receives money from lawsuits and can pay her creditors, she is not insolvent and her bankruptcy should be dismissed.  If she files before she receives any money, her claims would become property of the bankruptcy estate, and any proceeds used to pay her creditors.  If she files after she receives money from the lawsuits (assuming that she is still insolvent), any money she receives would be used to pay her creditors.  However, if there is not enough money to pay all creditors in full, you would put yourself in a better position by obtaining a judgment against her (by suing her and winning), rather than simply asserting a claim in the bankruptcy as a general unsecured creditor. ... Read More
You are claiming that your relative defrauded you into loaning her money and/or has breached her contract to repay you.  You can sue her for... Read More
From what you've written (which is only one side of the story) it appears that the developer is breaching your contract.  Assuming that you can't get them to comply, your options are to abandon the project and sue the developer for any damages you've suffered due to the breach of contract, to hire another develper to complete the scope of work and sue the first developer for anyting extra you had to pay over and above the contract price, or to pay the developer what they want and then sue to recover anything extra you paid once the job is done, claiming that the agreement to pay more is invalid because it was entered into under economic curess.  This last option is probably the worst, since economic duress is very hard to establish.... Read More
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No - POA must be used only for the benefit and support of the person who signed the POA - NOT for any other purposes, unless the language of the POA gives you other directives.  
No - POA must be used only for the benefit and support of the person who signed the POA - NOT for any other purposes, unless the language of the POA... Read More

My wife wants a divorce, How long is the process.

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Frank J. Steiner   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Divorce Lawyer
Do you have any children 18 or younger? Minimum 90 days with children; 60 days with no children 18 or younger.
Do you have any children 18 or younger? Minimum 90 days with children; 60 days with no children 18 or younger.

What are my rights just finding out I have a child?

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Lynn W. Rhodes   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Child Support
You cannot give your children away in the state of Florida - the state can take them away if your are a dangewr to them.  
You cannot give your children away in the state of Florida - the state can take them away if your are a dangewr to them.  
yes, if the children are no longer ordered into her home and are ordered into your home   YOu can report this to the State 
yes, if the children are no longer ordered into her home and are ordered into your home   YOu can report this to the State 

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Answered 16 hours ago by attorney V. Jonas Urba   |   1 Answer
You should inquire of an attorney licensed to practice law in Costa Rica. Regardless of whether there was a tort, possibly a crime, Costa Rica law applies. If you were an employee of Uber working in Costa Rica maybe U.S. laws might apply but you were apparently not. If you claimed FMLA benefits as an Uber employee in Costa Rica you would not get them. FMLA does not apply to anyone no matter who they work for outside the USA. Good luck.... Read More
You should inquire of an attorney licensed to practice law in Costa Rica. Regardless of whether there was a tort, possibly a crime, Costa Rica law... Read More
file a contempt motion if they are not paying the support that is owed and following the court orders.
file a contempt motion if they are not paying the support that is owed and following the court orders.

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