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Is a marriage performed by a military base commander legal in California?

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I am currently filling out form 8857 and 200 spousal

I am currently filling out form 8857 and 200 for innocent spousal relief. My wages are being garnished at this time. Will these forms once filed stop collections and garnishments?

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I have two cases going forward in Appeals Court. Both are based

I have two cases going forward in Appeals Court. Both are based on judicial error. Both deal with a violation of the Administrative Procedure Act. The Respondent is the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The DOJ wants to combine both cases. I do not want to be combined, because of different judges. In the first case the DOJ missed the date for filing a reply. I believe this is a move for a second chance to file a reply of the first case. How do I stop combining both cases? What statutes or citations work in my favor. Do I have to fie a motion with the Court for a judicial ruling in the first case?

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Do I appeal to the city or district court?

Do I appeal to the city or district court?

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Does a Financial Hardship with the IRS effect my Statue of

Does a Financial Hardship with the IRS effect my Statue of Limitation? I owe for Tax years 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010. The highest amounts are 2004, 2006 and 2009. The Statues per IRS today will expire on 1.29.17, 7.7.18 and 11.8.2020. I had applied for a hardship back in 2010/2011 and they are telling me that I am still considered in a hardship. It sounded as if they were asking me to extend the hardship but I am afraid it will extend the dates above even more. The dates above were extended due to filing late and re-assessment. I asked this to the IRS agent and she said it SHOULD NOT extend it but that could not give me a solid answer nor would she transfer me to a supervisor to answer the question.

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This question deal with a Writ of Mandamus. Does the Federal

This question deal with a Writ of Mandamus. Does the Federal District Court have the authority to tell the IRS Whistleblower Office. which is a department of the IRS, to perform its duties and collect taxes.28 U.S. Code § 1361 - Action to compel an officer of the United States to perform his duty28 U.S. Code § 1331- Federal question"The district courts shall have original jurisdiction of all civil actions arising under the Constitution, laws, or treaties of the United States”I also need the case where a whistleblower went to the Supreme Court to make the tax court perform its responsibilities and was denied a hearing. I need case law showing the district court has ordered Federal employees to do their job.

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Sold a mobile home in Dallas co tx buyers did not transfer

Sold a mobile home in Dallas co tx buyers did not transfer ownership . home was moved to Ellis co tx. Ellis co is seeking judgement against me for unpaid property tax. Court date is in 2 days. What are my legal options? Thank you.

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Not a tax question but I think it is related. I would only

Not a tax question but I think it is related. I would only like a response from someone with this specific experience.What happens when the statute for my federal fine runs out?

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My three siblings and I own a house in Mississippi as joint

My three siblings and I own a house in Mississippi as joint tenants with full rights of survivorship.We do understand that when one of us dies that our one fourth part goes to the other co owners and that any individual will by any of us has no effect and no standing.However we each want our one fourth part to go to the heirs of our choosing yet we want to limit their rights such as being able to force a sale or live on the property while any of the existing co owners are alive.so my question is can we craft an agreement to govern the disposal of the property when the last co owner dies or how the proceeds of a sale should be divided in the event one co owner should die and the remaining co owners decide to sale the house.would such an agreement have legal standing under this present deed or do we have to go to the trouble to execute a new deed as tenants in common and then maybe craft an agreement that each of our individual wills would be subject to.I know this is a complicated question but would appreciate your legal input.Thank you

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