Neville Joseph Bedford’s Answers

Neville Joseph Bedford

Providence Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 13
  1. Should I get another lawyers opinion?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

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    2. George Costas Andriotis
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    It seems like you have seven or eight.

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  2. I want to sue EBay for discrimination for suspending my seller account because my mental illness and ability of items sold.

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Neville Joseph Bedford
    2. Christine C McCall
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    Reviewing your reviews, it looks like you did not resolve the complaints to the satisfaction of the buyers nor ebay. That said you do not have a cause of action against ebay unless you informed them while contracting with them that cancelling your account may effect your mental condition (highly unlikely as their terms are not easily modified) As such, you contracted with them to be a seller contingent on their stated terms. You may consider opening a new account with them - or any one of the...

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  3. Can I reopen a dui case that happens back in 2003 in the state of florida

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Neville Joseph Bedford
    2. Christopher Irvin Simser
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    Consult with the Florida attorney as advised but note that Rhode Island does not offer any Hardship License.

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  4. Should my Public Defender Lawyer will help me if i tell him I am pregnant with my fiance?

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Neville Joseph Bedford
    2. Carl P DeLuca
    3. Paula Lynch
    4. John M. Kaman
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    I think you mean you are pregnant with a baby from your sex-offender Fiancée that DCYF will not allow to be around minor children. Be totally honest with your lawyer, period. You seem to know that you will likely have to decide between living with your fiancée or your child somewhere down the road as DCYF is unlikely to allow anything else.

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  5. What rights or remedies do I have if someone parks a boat on my property without my permission in Rhode Island.

    Answered 27 days ago.

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    2. Neville Joseph Bedford
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    Do you know the owner? If you can't talk to them, you might try asking the police to assist with the trespass. If it was an honest mistake, it shouldn't be too difficult to resolve if you know the owner and inform them that you object to their parking their before involving the police.

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  6. What recourse do i have against an attorney that took advantage of my aged mother as it relates to her estate?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Carl P DeLuca
    2. Neville Joseph Bedford
    3. Michael Leo Potter
    4. William Ray Pelger
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    Consult with an attorney specializing in elder law. If you can convince them that you are not the one trying to influence your mother's decisions, retain them to assist you and enable your mother to decide freely and voluntarily whatever she wishes to do with her affairs. There is technically no estate until your mother dies. As long as she is competent, you have little more than an expectancy interest.

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  7. Civil Judgement and how a signed "Stipulation" affects future actions

    Answered 6 months ago.

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    "My attorney" <---- That is the person you should be asking ....

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  8. My wife says she put a restraining order on me. How do I know if this is true? and if it is what does it mean?

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Neville Joseph Bedford
    2. Carl P DeLuca
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    If the police did not charge you, there may not be a restraining order against you. If you are still in fear of her from the last attack, you might consider petitioning the court for your own civil order for protection. Meet with your favorite family court attorney to discuss this and the possibilities that your marriage may be one that is suffering from"irreconcilable differences."

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  9. Does the Vice Principal have the right to intimidate my child into signing on to Facebook to read her postings?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Neville Joseph Bedford
    2. Carl P DeLuca
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    The principal may wish to investigate the origin of a dispute in his school and a facebook comment might be helpful to discern who had begun a conflict and which party was in fact the bully. She may claim she was intimidated, he might argue she gave the access willingly when he asked for it. The Supreme Court Case Morse v Frederick (a/k/a BONG HITS 4 Jesus) gave schools the right to limit speech made off campus. see: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/06-278.ZS.html

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  10. In car accident and being sued for the damages,I can not pay and they said they will take my license,How long can they take it

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Carl P DeLuca
    2. Neville Joseph Bedford
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    These are the difficult consequences of violating the mandatory insurance laws. Until the matter is resolved is the best answer to your question. If you can't afford minimum insurance - please don't drive - the risks are far to great, as you have learned. Clearly, you had a car, now you will be asked to find means to buy the car you damaged. I would make that a priority before putting money aside to buy yourself another vehicle (with insurance). Hopefully there were no injuries.

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