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  1. Child Neglect: Re: What Constituts Neglect in North Carolina

    I think that she was talking about her niece's grandpa being the one who was receiving SS benefits.
  2. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Challenges Dealing with Multiple Groups of Heirs

    I disagree. We are talking about three separate properties in three separate states. It would be an expensive thing to do and would not necessarily equitably divide the furniture between the heirs....
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    Seller Disclosure: Re: No Appraisal = Fraud

    If he is in bankruptcy he HAS to sell the property to pay off his creditors. He has no choice.
  4. Grandparents and Third Parties: Re: Losing Guardianship when Evidence Shows Otherwise

    Bud, I have to agree with jk. You have taken this whole feud thing to a level way beyond anything even remotely appropriate. You and jk have both disagreed with other people on these forums but...
  5. Banking: Re: [Pls. Move to Real Estate] Need Mortgage Servicer to Send Duplicate Notices

    Honestly, I sincerely doubt that even the best and most reliable mortgage companies would be willing to send out duplicate notices to a different address. Its unlikely that their systems are set up...
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    Relocation: Re: Non Custodial Parent Moving Out of State

    The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines. Type that in google and you will hit on it immediately. Yes, its incredibly comprehensive.
  7. Grandparents and Third Parties: Re: Losing Guardianship when Evidence Shows Otherwise

    Bud, you clearly are not aware of the difference between Tribal Court and regular Family Law Court. The questions JK asked were not only necessary, but critical. You have taken this feud way too...
  8. Enforcement of Judgments: Re: Wife Refuses to Take Her Name Off of Boat Title That is in My Possession and Gran

    To recap:

    The only solution when someone refuses to do what is necessary to complete an agreement is to sue them. The problem is proving that they agreed to whatever you are suing for.

    If you...
  9. Business Ownership: Re: Single Member LLC - What Happens if I Were to Die

    If she inherits your membership in the LLC she would be able to do whatever is needed.
  10. Title Ownership: Re: Dealer Made Out My Motorcycle Registration to Someone Else

    Its time to sue them. Your bike may technically belong to someone else at this point.
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    Relocation: Re: Non Custodial Parent Moving Out of State

    If she is smart she will be there for court or hire an attorney to represent her. She might even appear telephonically if your courts allow that.

    You would really need to consult a local attorney...
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    Relocation: Re: Non Custodial Parent Moving Out of State

    Since she obviously is not in agreement with you now, then yes, you will have to make your argument to the judge via a motion to the court and oral arguments in court.



    "Lifestyle" is a bad...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    He didn't work for the federal government, he worked for a city fire department.
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    Who are you talking to? If you were talking to me, that was not a mea culpa at all.
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    They are NOT out of touch. They made a necessary change in the system to help keep it healthy and solvent for a while longer. Unfortunately, more changes are going to be needed in the future to...
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    Ok, I think that I understand what you mean now. It was NOT clear to me originally. Let me give you an example of what I thought you meant.

    Lets assume that someone has 100 acres abutting county...
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    Pets and Animals: Re: Good Faith Adoption (Private Sector)

    No, you are not correct, however you should insist on hard evidence being provided to you by the person who is claiming ownership of the dog, that they really own the dog. This could be a scam...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    Social Security benefits are based on the amount of time you were paying into SS, as well as how much money you earned during that period (and therefore how much you paid in). No person's 40...
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    Relocation: Re: Non Custodial Parent Moving Out of State

    Technically, you have to follow the court orders. However, if you take it back to court for a modification its almost certain that a judge would make her responsible for all of the transportation. ...
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    Come on, you know exactly what I meant by that. Please don't play that game.
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    So, you are actually stating that someone with 100 or 2000 acres cannot subdivide unless all the potential plots have a certain amount of road footage? I don't buy that and never will. I would buy...
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    I would think that that would make sense in an urban setting. I highly doubt that rural settings in your state have those same requirements.
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    If a land locked property owner can build (albeit with an easement for ingress and egress) why would anyone have to have any road frontage in order to build? That is not snark, its an honest...
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    Personally, I do not think that mediation is appropriate in a situation like this one. This is not a case where you need to negotiate an agreement. This is the case where someone needs to inform...
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    Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Harrassment on an Easement

    If the easement language really says that it is for ingress and egress and does not say that the dominant tenant has exclusive use, then you also have just as much right to use it.

    However, you...
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