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My 17 1/2 yr old nephew and I engaged in some light

My 17 1/2 yr old nephew and I engaged in some light sexual exposer and touching on only one occasion. It was primarily at my urging, we had been drinking a lot , I'm 48. This was an awful one time mistake that I take full responsibility for, I've felt tortured and suicidal ever since (this was a week ago) as far as I can tell, no one but the two of us is aware of this situation. How much trouble am I in and what should I do? Should I talk to him and apologize, ask forgiveness? Talk to my therapist? Will my therapist be required to report me to the police? I do t want to hurt my family, my spouse or our child! Help please!

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I am an adult woman, age 22, I live in Indiana. I have fallen

I am an adult woman, age 22, I live in Indiana. I have fallen in love with my father. I recently told him about my feelings and to my suprise, he feels the same, but he will not engage in a relationship for fear of prosecution. Is there any state in the U.S. where we can pursue our relationship without fear of prosecution, if so, is there any Federal law that can overide the state law?

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When there is a custody order and primary care to the mother

when there is a custody order and primary care to the mother but in the decree they switch years using the dependent child the primary care giver takes the earned income credit for taxes every year is that correctJA: What state is this in? And when did the issue begin?Customer: iowaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: not this yearJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: the custody papers are signed just not delivered from the two lawyers to them they both know whats in the order

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Thank you so much, this helps a lot. But, someone said to me

Thank you so much, this helps a lot. But, someone said to me that in Pennsylvania the law prevents one parent to take the children out from the state if one parent opposes. So, I want to make this clear, they live in Pennsylvania and we live in Montana, so she needs to take the children over the border of Pennsylvania in order for them to visit Montana. Is your previous answer still valid, that she really can bring the children to visit, without him?

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Are you present or is this just a computer response? ok, I'm

are you present or is this just a computer response?JA: No. I'm the Family Lawyer's Assistant.Customer: ok, I'm in a pickle with a court order violation being heard tomorrow in court. I'm concerned and don't want to be in any legal troubleJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the court order was issued in?Customer: californiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: kind of, not too thrilled with his competence in prior hearingsJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: my daughter is refusing to go back to her father's following my awarded temporary custody hearing. more complex than that. but she has spoken with two officers who can verify she refused.

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Me and My wife separated since Sept 2015, and our daughter

Me and My wife separated since Sept 2015, and our daughter is living with me and I am taking care of her. Now if go to court, is that possible court can give custody to mother. My daughter is 19 months. What are the basis of child custody court can consider?

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Etired from the USAF in 1990. My wife at the time is

etired from the USAF in 1990. My wife at the time is deceased. My current wife and I have been married less than 3 years altho we lived together sporadically for 4 years prior to marriage. I an sueing for divorce. Is she allowed to get any of my retired pay as alimony (no children)?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: AlabamdamaJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I retired in 1990JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Gimme a 'freebie" yes or no? B^))

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I need to speak to an attorney familiar with PA laws

I need to speak to an attorney familiar with PA laws regarding filing for divorce.I have previously spoken to a local attorney that informed me I can't file myself because there are too many loop holes that my husband my take advantage of but I can't afford to pay $10,000 to her to take care of this for me because I am a stay at home mom and my husband controls all money beside the cash I make doing child care. I need advice on the most economical way I can start proceedings and how I can get him out of the house.

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I was told that if the judge changes custody of my son to

I was told that if the judge changes custody of my son to me, that I have no way to make my son come with me. I heard it first from a court mediator, and then in an interview with Department of Social Services and my son. If the court orders it, how can it not be upheld?

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