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?
Mr.. I am in the state of Texas, No, Yes, I'm considering
Hello, Mr. Robert.JA: Family law varies by state. What state are you in?Customer: I am in the state of TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, I'm considering using divorce writer to start my divorce process but, I have only one question? which is I want to allow my husband to have the home we shared together in the divorce will my name come off the title or deed.
My son has custody of his two boys, but is in county jail on
My son has custody of his two boys, but is in county jail on a motion to revoke. It looks as if hes going to serve some time. His girl friend has the boys at their house at the moment. The boys mom lives in another city and the custody agreement states she cant live outside the county with the boys. I need some advice about the two boys.
To: SOCRATEASER ....ONLY To: Socrateaser The information you
To:Customer....ONLYTo:CustomerThe information you have provided regarding my pending contempt motion is excellent as usual. I now want to educate myself about strategy, specifically how to get my ex to tell the truth to the only question involved: "Have you been receiving a monthly social security check?"I have four questions here and I would pay for a phone call, but I live in the mountains and the phone barely works for local calls let alone to where you are on Park Avenue in Manhattan. I guarantee maximum fee payment and max tip. If you want, I can split this up into two sessions.Background: Final divorce decree states that my ex would pay me monthly for my half of a business we owned together, but payments would stop if she no longer received the monthly social security check she received when we were married.She made the first payment right on time, but her attorney (41 years in Family Law) wrote me an email and said that my ex had just found out from the local social security office that we had to be married ten years in order for her to receive a monthly check. The attorney washed her hands of the "revelation" and ex stopped the payments.That was about five years ago and I now have reason to believe that my ex never informed social security of her new status as a "divorced woman married less than ten years." To date the ex would have received about $45,000 and it is my intent to retain counsel and file a contempt of court by opening up the original divorce decree.In the meantime, I have filed a fraud report for both the Inspector General (SSA) and the IRS as I believe she has never filed a federal income tax return since she obtained her Green Card and has owned a business as a sole proprietor since 2010.The problem is how to find out if she has been receiving the social security checks in that neither the IA or IRS divulges the results of their investigations.My goal is to receive a cashiers check in the amount of $45,000 plus attorney fees in the mail without having to file or travel 900 miles from the Blue Ridge mountains to the flat lands of Florida.Assumption: She knows the IA and IRS are investigating her and if guilty she would be facing possible jail, deportation and very stiff fines (SSA can get double or triple pay backs).1. With that in mind and sticking with my goal, would it not be smart for a "lawyer letter" to be mailed to her offering a discount of some sort off the $45,000?2. If she is guilty why would she want to go to the expense of retaining counsel (probably a CPA also) to defend herself from a contempt motion at a hearing? Why would she want it revealed that she is under investigation by IG and IRS and other private, financial information?3. MOST IMPORTANT: What possibly could be her defense if she is guilty?4. Getting the money: Ex is worth about $2.5 million net, has her condo currently up for sale at $1.5 million with no mortgage, and has about $150,000 in cash. Aware of that information, and the investigations, would it be likely that a judge would order her to pay the total amount or go to jail? (I would want to avoid a lien on her condo because she probably wouldn't sell it or possibly flee to tax haven Monte Carlo where her ex-husband, a Canadian tax cheat, lives.
In a case with my ex involving trying to come up with a
In a case with my ex involving trying to come up with a parenting plan. To save money,me and my lawyer have appeared via phone for a case management conference and have been allowed also for a upcoming motion. My ex and his attorney appeared in front of the judge. I would rather spend more money if it is dealt that it would be best to appear rather than by phone. Any suggestions would be grateful
I need information on divorse laws in Florida. no, Wondering
I need information on divorse laws in Florida.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Wondering about division of assets and child custodyJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Florida