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  • What classifies as conflict of interest?

    Im unsure if this classifies as conflict of interest, so i figured iD ask on here. My ex is taking me to court for custody of our daughter. The attorney that he has also defended my aunt's ex husband for there divorce and custody of her children. ...

    William’s Answer

    This does not appear to be a conflict of any sort.

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  • I am a commissioned officer with an Active Duty Service Obligation of 3 years after I complete my first 3.

    I do not owe any money to the military because they did not pay for my education or received any bonuses. I requested this ADSO for branch of service when I was in ROTC but after that I transferred to another ROTC Brigade/Battalion. Apparently my ...

    William’s Answer

    I agree with Mr. Chapman. There is nothing in your post that indicates the Command made an error, so I am not sure what the ABCMR could do. You can certainly apply for the waiver to HRC but if it is denied I don't think the ABCMR would overturn that decision.

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  • Can I sue for a manager leaving a voice mail calling me a pus and be a man?

    I quit my job via no call/ no show and received a call and ignored it received a voice mail being told to be a man and stop being a puss. In the past he also asked about my sex life and I did not report it. His question. Was am I having sex with ...

    William’s Answer

    no, you cannot sue people for calling you names.

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  • What to do a after a other than honorable discharge in the Marines?

    I want to help someone who served and deployed for our country! My love one came home with PTSD and its been a real tough time. Trying to get work has been hard for him as well. What should we do to upgrade this discharge?

    William’s Answer

    First, do not try this alone. While upgrades are not common, we have been able to successfully apply for upgrades when the misconduct is linked to the PTSD. But you only get two bites at the apple, one in writing and one in person. If you lose, that's it. So he needs to have his case reviewed by an experienced military law attorney to help him navigate this process. Most of us here on AVVO offer free consultations.

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  • Is it illegal to sell and ship dirty festish underwear to a buyer?

    Is it illegal to sell and ship dirty fetish underwear to a buyer? I know its a weird question but this was a discussion a few of my friends were having after seeing it done on a TV series. I know there are lots of women who do it but I read about ...

    William’s Answer

    Judging by the link you provided, apparently it is.

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  • How do I request an end to continuous court reviews?

    How do I request an end to continuous court reviews? I keep going back into court every year for a review which I feel is unnecessary. However, I am self represented and I don't know how to formally request for these reviews to stop. Advice would ...

    William’s Answer

    No idea what type of case this is, so impossible to answer.

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  • When I turn 16 can I live in an apartment with a roommate alone?

    Not getting along with family.

    William’s Answer

    Lots of 16 year old kids don't get along with their parents. But your parents are in charge until you turn 18.

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  • If you have a felony on your record, are you still able to have a gun in your possession if it is on your own private property?

    Being that I will be living in a dangerous area and that I am a minority to the area, I want to be able to protect myself in case someone breaks into my home. I am just wondering if I will be able to protect myself or if having a felony takes awa...

    William’s Answer

    Mr. Rafter is correct. As a general rule felony equals no firearms. You can speak to local counsel to see if there is any possible exception, but don't get your hopes up.

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  • If I try to vacate a divorce to get an annulment instead because of loss of pension, will I be married again.

    My ex husband Henry and I were married and then we divorced. He needs an annulment to get his pension back from Social Security. If we vacate the divorce will we go back to being legally married? Will I have to attend another annulment hearing a...

    William’s Answer

    If you were to set aside the divorce, you would be married. Getting an annulment is extremely rare, and you have to prove that the marriage was obtained by fraud.

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  • Witness failed to obey civil subpoena for production of records in a family law matter. Can the movant file a police report ?

    Failure to obey a civil subpoena would seem to be a contemptuous action. What would be the benefit of filing a police report under such circumstances ? Discussion: Q1 : Can the police report be used as an exhibit at the time of filing a m...

    William’s Answer

    This is civil, not criminal contempt. Speak to your lawyer about the proper remedies in civil court.

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