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I have been served with a writ of scire facias judgement

i have been served with a writ of scire facias for a judgement from may of 2004JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: texasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no writ of execution, no legal documents were delivered to me in the last 12 years., the judgement is for legal fees, the lawsuit was settled and the plantiff paid. but they got another judegement just for legal fees.JA: You're dealing with a tough issue. But don't worry -- you're in good hands. I know the lawyer has information that can help.Customer: pkJA: Huh?Customer: okJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.

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In Florida, board meetings have to be posted and condos.

In Florida, board meetings have to be posted for HOAs and condos. Seem to me that includes meetings with the board attorney. I am pretty sure our board attorney is having the board sneak away to meet with him. He told me years ago when I was on the board we simply sneak away. Now I don't believe that. He can't just tell the board to sneak away and not give notice, at least telling owners they are meeting with the attorney, can they?

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I signed an employment agreement with my company when I

I signed an employment agreement with my company when I first came on board. Since then my title has changed from PEO Sales Professional to VP of Sales and Benefits. The company that I originally signed my employment agreement with is no longer the same company that I am currently paid through. They moved this back in January. They are now asking me to sign a new agreement and I do not want to because of bad practices that I am witnessing. Is my old agreement still valid with the old company name?

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Is this subject to attorney client privilege?

Is this subject to attorney client privilege?

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I want to report an egregious criminal to his employer but

I want to report an egregious criminal to his employer but I want to protect myself against any defamation charges so my good samaritan act doesn't blow up in my face. I could send an anonymous email, but doesn't everything online get traced these days? And doesn't an anonymous letter lose legitimacy? How do I go about reporting this dangerous individual without turning my own life into a living hell?

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Fairfax circuit court Civil trial How many days notice are

Fairfax circuit courtCivil trialHow many days notice are required for a witness subpoena?How many days before the hearing must they be served? Any differences if the person being served is a lawyer?Is CCR-A-245 the correct form?Thanks

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Fairfax county circuit court Civil Calendar control A

Fairfax county circuit courtCivilCalendar controlA dishonest lawyer keeps going to calendar control without noticing me or noticing me on days I can't attend. If I say, I can't attend . The dishonest lawyer goes anyway.How can I let the court know what is happening so that this can be stopped ? Is there a fax or email to calendar control so that I can send the emails showing that I have told the lawyer that I am not available?Thanks

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I filed 7 bankruptcy on 3/31/16. I have not yet

I filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy on 3/31/16. I have not yet received the discharge notice; however, I received a delinquency notice from a creditor who my lawyer assured me would be included in the bankruptcy. I was unable to get a coherent response from my lawyer (who has been paid in full);therefore I contacted the court clerk to determine if the debt was listed on the filing. It is not. The clerk advised that until the discharge,I can add the debt to the case by going to the courthouse and completing a form and paying $30.This is the second incident in which my lawyer failed to do what he should have done with regard to filing. The result of the previous oversight was the cutoff of my electricity.If I do not go in persons to rectify the most recent problem, I face possible loss of my water utility. Is there something that I can do to obtain a complete or partial refund from the lawyer?

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Is talking to someone else's attorney a really bad idea? I

Is talking to someone else's attorney a really bad idea? I mean, will whatever you say be used against you? I have a situation where a man who I have a long standing quarrel with has hired a couple of attorneys that haven't been able to "help" him so he's let them go... One of them was a great guy, he was deeply concerned about the way I was being treated by the man who hired him and it was obvious that he was also concerned about what I would be going through in the future. Long story short, I'm aware of certain details about a case of estate fraud this guy committed and he has been trying to basically discredit me in every way that he can. I doubt I will ever see his attorneys again since they couldn't do anything for him but I know where they are and I really need to talk to one of them. My question is about what will happen if I do... Since he has an agreement with the man who hired him (the defendant), is he required to tell his client everything I say or ask? I know the attorney will help if he can but what are the possible ramifications of reaching out to him?

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