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  1. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Statute of Limitations in California to Collect Overpayment of Child Support

    And you still haven't answered my question...

    However, given your statement that "the child support order is dated 1985," then the child can have been born no later than 1985, which means he/she...
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Life Insurance Obtained Before Marriage

    Has the executor contacted the life insurance company and demanded payment of the policy benefit despite the beneficiary designation?




    Correct about what? Your original post didn't say...
  3. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Statute of Limitations in California to Collect Overpayment of Child Support

    Who told you that you "owe him repayment"? That the child support enforcement folks took too much from his paycheck(s) is between him and them.




    Trying how? Is he doing anything more than...
  4. Trials and Verdicts: Re: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    So...basically you're just posting to rant -- without any context -- about your dissatisfaction with the outcome of a case to which you were a party?
  5. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Statute of Limitations in California to Collect Overpayment of Child Support

    It will be easier to provide you with useful information if you provide some background facts/context.

    Who exactly would be collecting this overpayment and from whom would it be collected?

    What...
  6. Online Services: Re: How to Find Someone’s Real Identity, if He Uses a Fake Name

    Your post raises no legal issue. If you think someone is using a fake name, you can hire a private investigator.
  7. Other Violations: Re: Ticket from Use of Auto High-Beams System

    Yes. For starters, whatever "statement" you think you're going to get from "the Ford" (you sound like a character from Brave New World!) won't likely be admissible in court. Moreover, whether this...
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Re: 16 Year Old 4th Violated and Damage Done

    Seems pretty obvious that the OP did the test because of the incident that is the subject of the thread.
  9. Defamation: Re: Falsely Accused of Owing Money to an Ex-Roommate

    Continuing to post comments like this is only going to increase the frequency of his/her/its garbage posts.
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    Re: Making an Offer to Settle Judgement

    Legally, sure. However, as a practical matter, no sane HVAC company would agree to it.




    I have no idea what "ask through the court" might mean, but you can communicate with the judgment...
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Life Insurance Obtained Before Marriage

    I think what you're saying is that, before marriage, Bob obtained a life insurance policy and designated his girlfriend Susan as beneficiary. Bob and Susan then married and then divorced. At no...
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    Re: Levy Against Former Employee

    Over the top. LOL!

    I don't know you. I don't know where you live or have lived. I don't know your background or professional qualifications. The same is true of every other regular on these...
  13. Judgment Issues: Re: Default Cut Off Defendant's Right to File Motions to Dismiss a Case

    Entry of default pursuant to Rule 55 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure cuts off a defendant's right to file a responsive pleading. However, simply being late with a responsive pleading is of...
  14. Trials and Verdicts: Re: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    Despite your use of a question mark, this sentence is not phrased as a question. You seem to be parroting or paraphrasing Rule 56(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: "The court shall grant...
  15. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Judge Use Electronic Signature to Sign Court Order

    Despite your use of a question mark, this sentence is not a question. If you intended it to be a question, the answer is that no law requires federal judges to sign orders with pens or prohibits the...
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    Re: Levy Against Former Employee

    I don't really disagree with anything you've been told so far. However...

    Are you the owner of the company? If so, I suggest you consult with a local attorney rather than rely on what an...
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Re: 16 Year Old 4th Violated and Damage Done

    No. Especially on school grounds, this would virtually never happen in the presence of the students, much less the students' parents. Are you suggesting that, before the police walk their drug dog...
  18. Business Issues: Re: Can You Use Your Home Address as a LLC Mailing Address

    Folks bickering over this three month old thread that a spammer resurrected.

    Nice...
  19. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Child Support Agency Placed a 100 Year Suspensoin on My License

    Why would you think the police would care about this sort of agreement?




    You cited a law that makes it legal (assuming the sort of order mentioned in the law exists), so I'm not sure I really...
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Guardian Ad Litem Appointed for No Reason

    First of all, nothing in the history of the world has ever happened "for no reason." There's always some reason, even if you don't know what it is or think it's a good reason.

    As for your...
  21. Re: Agreements Made Verbally or by Text Messages

    You can sue for up to $10k in small claims court in Texas, which is where you'd need to sue since that's where she lives.




    Of course it's possible to sue. However, the result of suing will...
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    Slander: Re: Protection Order "Rules"

    Read this.
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    Re: Caught Shoplifting in Target in New York

    It continues to baffle me that so many shoplifters feel the need not only to confess to their crimes on public internet forums but also to identify the victims of their crimes.




    My mall? ...
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    Re: What Happens if Mom Doesnt Show to Hearing

    Any number of things might happen, but a lot depends on the nature of the complaint. Is this a civil action? Family law? Criminal? Your reference to a mediation suggests it's not a criminal...
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    Re: What Happens if Mom Doesnt Show to Hearing

    Duplicate thread.
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