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I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe

I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe that he has fathered a child from a woman that he worked with with. Is there any way that my attorney can find out if he did father a child while being married to me. We have been married for 23 years. Also, what am I entitled to if he indeed is the father?

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my wife has a boy friend and she lives with him now, how can

My wife and have moved to California from north Carolina a year ago, 3 month after she decided to move back to north Carolina, since then I have been going to see her very often, last September my wife told me that she has boy friend she live and committes adultery with him, what kind of evidence I'll need to Persecute her for adultery in north Carolina

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If you lived with the mother of your child for six months

If you lived with the mother of your child for six months last year and the child is 3 years old is child support still 20% or should it drop to 10%?

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My father lives in the State of. He has suffered a stroke

My father lives in the State of Virginia. He has suffered a stroke and his care is being handled by his current wife. As the eldest son of a previous marriage do I have the right to visit him and speak with him if he able to do so even if she wants to deny me access to him.

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I have a question about elder law. I moved in with my

I have a question about elder law. I moved in with my grandmother last year. She has dementia. On July 2, 2016 my brother placed her in a nursing home. He has now had an eviction letter sent to me. In the letter from his attorney it states he only let me move in for her care. That is not true. I signed my home into my fathers name so I would not lose it. My brother talked my dad into selling my home. I moved in because of my grandmother and the fact I had no place to live. He has POA over my grandmother and my father. He got mad at me because I moved my girlfriend in. Because I would not ask her to move out he wants me out. The letter stated I have 30 days but he has started turning off utilities. I know the landlord/tenant act does not apply. What act protects my rights.

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Trying to find out if I can vacate a judgement i knew

trying to find out if I can vacate a judgement i knew nothing aboutJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: IllinoisJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: kind of but they weren't really helpful.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I do have a copy of 2 letters I sent to this creditor in 2011 before they took me to court asking for validation. Never got it and I never got served although the court records say they did.

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I have a 4 year old son. I have never been married to the

I have a 4 year old son. I have never been married to the mother and we are currently not living with each other. I am worried about my son's safety because he lives with her. She is a chronic alcoholic and passes out often. She won't let me bring him to my home. And, we end up fighting and then that escalates. I am devastated because her mother is also trying to keep him from me. My paternity has been proven and I am listed as the father on the birth certificate. I just want visitation and protection for my son. Do I call CPS or consult legal advice?

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I receive child support and spousal support through a post

I receive child support and spousal support through a post nuptial agreement between myself and my (now separated but soon to be divorced) spouse. I'm planning to leave the family home (which I was awarded per the agreement) and move into a rental property. The rental property is owned by a man I am dating but he does not live there. We are not cohabitating and do not plan to even when I move into his second home which is located one hour away from his primary residence. Am I at risk of forfeiting my spousal support because I pay rent to my boyfriend to live at this separate home?

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Mother is hospitalized and incapacitated. Mother has adult

Mother is hospitalized and incapacitated. Mother has adult daughter (18 years old) that is legally entitled to make health care decisions for mother. Daughter would like to surrender that authority to Mother's sister (her aunt). Can daughter complete a health care directive power of attorney authorizing Aunt to make decisions on her behalf for Mother's care?K. Topping

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