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The release she is asking you ti sign is very common.  Ask for an accounting of the estate, what came in, what she spent, etc.  If she goes back to court, that is fine, just make sure you sh ...Read more

General answer is that your daughter should not be warried. Based on what you disclosed it is a form of harrasment (could be). However, to give you a more detailed answer, I would need to see the emai ...Read more

Generally both parents must consent for an adoption to take place. The other option is to terminate the rights of the natural parent. This is difficult to do. You will need consultation with a lawyer ...Read more

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Fifth Circuit Upholds Preliminary Injunction Against DAPA and DACA Expansion

INTRODUCTION On November 9, 2015, by a 2-1 majority, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in a decision written by Judge Jerry Smith, upheld a District Co ... Read more

FERS & CSRS Disability Retirement: life's wisdoms

The term, "decapitalization" often refers to the deliberate and systematic process of imposing harsh government policies in order to alter the private sector's hold upon society's commerci ... Read more

Thanksgiving Eve Is the Biggest Bar Night of the Year

If you’re like most people, you’ll spend the rest of this week reuniting with family, friends, and loved ones. For many, that celebration kicked off last night, the eveni ... Read more

USCIS Offers Benefits to Spouses Children and Parents of Active Members of the US Armed Forces Individuals in the Selected Reserves and Veterans

The Obama Administrative has used executive action to expand the use of parole to assist members of the armed forces, individuals in the reserves, and veterans. Section 212(d)(5)(A) of the INA provide ... Read more

A Common Question I Receive is "What are the rights of the decedent's surviving family?"

The Florida Bar states: "The decedent’s surviving spouse and children may be entitled to receive probate assets from the decedent’s probate estate, even if the decedent’s will g ... Read more

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