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Rixon Charles Rafter III

Rixon Rafter’s Answers

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  • Can I sue this university??

    It wasn't until I transferred to another university and needed my transcripts that I was told that I had a $4,000 balance. I did not understand how it was possible seeing as though when I attended the school I wasn't notified about this balance. A...

    Rixon’s Answer

    You need to get to the bottom of the situation, before you can take any legal steps. For what it's worth, it's not a coaches responsibility to inform you what owe the University. Pretty tough to believe that you can't get answers for six years. What exactly were you asking for?

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  • What's the best way to divorce my cheating wife?

    So I've been married for 2 years and I'm serving in the navy but while I was on deployment she married another guy, and she's dating someone else. I have a witness to all this and I have some evidence but she's put me in allot of debt, and I don't...

    Rixon’s Answer

    She cannot marry while she still married to you, the second marriage is void.

    FYI, your wife also maintains her full access the base facilities commissary, medical, dental, and proper support until you have a court order changing that support level.

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  • Am I entitled to retainer money that I paid?

    In 1993 my father n law hired and attorney to handle his divorce and gave him a good amount of money for the retainer and to handle the divorce. When he got the final statement it wasn't near the amount he paid the attorney, so now my father n la...

    Rixon’s Answer

    From 1993? Doubt it. Too long ago. And from what you post to here, you're not entitled to anything(since you are not the father in law)

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  • What court would you sue the MN Department of Health in /Federal? or State?

    There are no details. Just a basic question. If there was an attorney interested in a case please let me know. thanks mn

    Rixon’s Answer

    Solicitations are not allowed on on the site as a matter of state professional ethical guidelines, and the site's terms of use. No attorney is going to express an interest in your case. Had you added some details were asked for additional details you might've gotten more meaningful answer and attorneys could, based on what you posted, help guide you toward your best way forward.

    Why don't you repost with the who, what, how, when, where, and why kinds of details (no names)

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  • What kind of lawyer do I need for a store

    I got a gnat in my peach from Walmart I had eat it intell I realized it in all my peaches

    Rixon’s Answer

    I don't think you need any kind of lawyer.

    You don't have a lawsuit.

    You have no damages you have not been harmed. I think about all you can do is go back to Walmart and see if they will comp you the peaches or give you some better ones. That's it.

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  • I was recenetly served with with a civil summons for a defaulted car loan from 2011, I need lagal advise / help

    It was defaulted on due to a businees partner scam, he served 3 1/2 years for violating his probation. I didnt know any of this until it was to late, as soon as I leanred of it, I contacted the Bank and tried to work with them. I had the car only...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Best thing you can do speak to Arizona attorney about your upcoming hearing. As you're no doubt aware of the circumstances of why you defaulted of no concern to the bank. They just want their money. Whether or not the statute of limitations has expired depends on factors not posted in your narrative.

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  • Professional misconduct

    If a defendant's civil right is violated by professional misconduct of the district attorney and he has evidence for it, can he file a lawsuit against the DA in the district court in Kansas? Or does it have to be in supreme court of Kansas?

    Rixon’s Answer

    Probably best if the defendant first meets with a civil rights local attorney and reviews all the documents all the facts and all the circumstances. That attorney can separate the wheat from the chaff. Ninety nine times out of 100 defendants who feel they were wronged actually were not, they simply didn't understand the process. That's why I think it be good idea for you to sit down with a local attorney as a first step.

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  • I am being evicted how can i stop this i go to court tomorrow morning my disabled parents live with me

    my mom fail here at my home and broke her hip she will be returning home o the 6th due to having complications after surgery we have not had the time to seek other means of residency i also have 5 young adults her whom 4 are diagnosed with learnin...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Have you tried contacting legal aid in your area? If you qualify an experienced attorney may be able to help you for free.

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  • Im being harassed by an company my uncle barrowed money from using my email.

    they are e mailing me constantly about sending me to court with out sending me any info about collections. hers the thing, my uncle is dead. this has been almost 3 years ago. what are my options? am I legally bound to pay his debt?

    Rixon’s Answer

    You can block their emails.

    Nothing you posted here and the kids you would have any liability. If you cosigned for your uncle or were part of his company that might change things.

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  • Would an educational attorney accept a 50/50 contingency fee if this is a viable case for litigation?

    (I'm a graduate on-line student at NCU). 1. Professor not complying with disability document to email student per class assignments - even after acknowledging an email six days prior to class start date, where school avoided the discrimi...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Doubt it but certainly worth asking.

    You won't get any takers here as solicitations are not allowed and violate most state's ethical rules and the terms of use of the site.

    You will need to reach out to an attorney directly set up a consultation ask your questions and see if that attorney is interested in your case.

    Best of luck to you.

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