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  • I can I avoid having to pay spouse attorneys fees she's works but I make a little more. How can I avoid .i already pay it once b

    Out of good faith and good will..my previous counsel said I have to pay it . I have not talked about it with my Atorney . Just want to have a good answer . Please help. She's draining me .

    Jayson’s Answer

    Schedule an appointment with a divorce lawyer and bring along a copy of all the paperwork, especially the financial records and tax returns of both parties. Without real numbers it is hard to give advice.

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  • My spouse attorney wants to meet me to ask me questions .. What should I be aware of .

    My lawyer is in on this .. Is the normal .. What questions should avoid. Please help

    Jayson’s Answer

    You should either first speak with your lawyer or get an attorney. Do not speak with your spouse's lawyer without your lawyer present.

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  • When is a good time for us to get a lawyer?

    Me and my partner are launching an application in the app store and we need to have various legal documents. What stage in the process is a good time for us to get a lawyer? For example, before we launch the app, before we develop the app, etc.

    Jayson’s Answer

    Best to consult with a lawyer before your start a business.

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  • Can i sue my brother for lying to my father about things not true to uptain over $500,000 from him when we were suppose to split

    my father is isolated at his house with no contact with anyone accept my brother's lawyer

    Jayson’s Answer

    Consult with a local lawyer and bring any agreements in writing with you.

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  • Can I change my son's last name without his father's written consent?

    My son is 6 months and a week old. His father has done nothing for him since he's been born and hasn't seen him in months. He basically makes no effort as a parent. We don't live together and he doesn't have any permanent place of residence so it'...

    Jayson’s Answer

    May as well file for child support, child care, medical coverage. You may reach a deal with the father to change the name once the case is filed.

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  • Broken titanium plate, doctor says it was the wrong plate that they put in, and prevented fracture from healing and caused more

    Plate was put in 06' broke shortly after, visited doctors, but no one could offer help, visited doctor last week, says the plate that was put in was the wrong plate, preventing non - union fracture to heal and caused more damage, tearing tendon...

    Jayson’s Answer

    Unfortunately you may have missed the 2 1/2 year statute of limitations unless there was an exception. Contact a NY medical malpractice lawyer right away.

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  • Is there prepaid legal advice in New York State?

    This is regarding family legal advice.

    Jayson’s Answer

    Depending on your employment benefits plan. You can always schedule a free consultation with a divorce lawyer in your area and not have to pay a fee.

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  • CHILD SUPPORT SCAM

    I have been paying temporary child support since Jan. Direct deposit to my EX's account from mine. I got a Bill from Child Support Enforcement saying i owe 4 months back support. She filed a claim saying she has not received payment when she has, ...

    Jayson’s Answer

    Copy the entire court file and bring it to a family law attorney to review. There may be a written order in the file. Also a petition to adjust arrears or an objection to an order may be helpful.

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  • Accident when driving friends car. He has insurance I don't , was deemed my fault. Fair resolution?

    I was driving a friends car that was impaired and it was shown I was partially at fault. It was an actual accident. I was sober, aware and doing the speed limit. The insurance company ruled it 75 percent my fault. No fault coverage will cover the ...

    Jayson’s Answer

    Check to see if you have an insurance policy in the household you live in, it may cover you driving someone else's car. That includes a relative or even a stranger in the household you live in. Bring a copy of the entire insurance policy or all occupants of the household you live in to an attorney to review.

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