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you need to get a certified copy of the ***** certificate and contact the place the bonds came from too validate you are the heir . then you will be able to cash them IF they are still valid. the bonds will have to be transferred to your name first

Family Law | Answered on Oct 08, 2018

You will need to seek legal advice or representation. You received a Summons. This is the beginning stages of a possible court case. It is likely that the child's Mother, Father or legal guardian has accused you of none payment. These cases are frustrating. Even if a judge told you that you can stop paying after the child reaches 18 years of age. You must still go back to court to have that action legally executed. You can not change things on your own. If you lose your job, have a medical issue or a reduction in pay. You must still go back to court to be seen by the judge and have a new decision made. Regardless of your interpretation of the summons. You must appear or it is likely that a warrant will be issued for your arrest for not appearing. I hope this helps. Good Luck.

Family Law | Answered on Oct 07, 2018

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Family Law | Answered on May 23, 2018

Hello, Jan -

1. is intended as a website for asking and answering questions on how to go about repairing things.

2. Initially, your question landed in the category for Computers & Internet. I re-categorized your question to Family Law, in hopes someone knowledgeable will see it and can provide you with information.

Best wishes to you for improved health and improved health care.

Family Law | Answered on May 04, 2018

There are two sides to this. There is a civil side and a criminal side. If CPS was there without police, then you don't have any rights and what you say can be given to the police, if the police were there and you are the subject of the investigation, you have the right to remain silent and that should have been explained. This whole thing is based on facts that we don't know and it is dependant on the CPS worker as to whether or not to go forward. I can tell you that you better get legal representation though if it goes forward.

Family Law | Answered on Apr 30, 2018

there is no legal reason why a person can not talk to whoever they wish unless you can prove possible harm or mental harm will happen to that person
to stop communication , you will have to get a restraining order on the person and that action could backfire on you
Why don't you take an alternative action of mediation or supervised meetings or go see a lawyer

Family Law | Answered on Apr 18, 2018

I can only guess that if you do not appear as scheduled they can issue an arrest warrant for you, which will make it worse for you in the long run . Seek professional help .

Family Law | Answered on Apr 06, 2018

Hello -

You may want to start by contacting the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation:

This is the link to the LOLLAF Contact page:

I suggest you make a phone call and speak with someone there who can direct you to a reliable resource.

Best wishes.

Family Law | Answered on Apr 05, 2018

Contact an estate attorney in your country, not a stranger on the internet, for legal advice.


Family Law | Answered on Apr 04, 2018

Consult an attorney for legal advice.

FIXYA unpaid volunteers give their opinions for free, but that is not worth much in court.

Family Law | Answered on Mar 21, 2018

Depends upon the law in your jurisdiction, and if any negotiated support settlement agreement has been approved by a court order.
If there is a law that applies that determines the amount, it may still require a court proceeding to enforce it.

Family Law | Answered on Mar 16, 2018

Please contact a solicitor or ask in a public library for reference books in your country.

Family Law | Answered on Feb 27, 2018

FEES vary from State to State. Contact the States controllers office for basic information on average rates in your state.

Family Law | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

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