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Angela Jo Stanley

Angela Stanley’s Answers

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  • How much does a judge care about hearing a voicemail message in court?

    I recently filed for child support and my sons father is angry about it. He has tried to offer 150/ month thinking i would settle and when I told him that wasnt enough and that I was willing to take 250 he got mad and threatend to play a voicemail...

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the answers of the other attorneys. However, you may want to watch what you say in the future.

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  • My daughter won't give my car back. She is 27 and does not have insurance. Am I liable if she has an accident?

    She has moved out of state to Alabama. I have full coverage on the car for myself and my spouse. Should I charge her with unautherized use? Can I drop the charge later?

    Angela’s Answer

    Each state has different laws so I suggest that you consult with an attorney in South Carolina. However, if this situation occurred in Florida, you could be liable if she has an accident. As such, I suggest contacting an attorney right away.

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  • I been estraged for 14 years is he intitle to my ira if we get divorce

    Include background information that will enable lawyers to answer your question.

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorney. More information is needed before this question can be properly answered. As such, I suggest that you contact a divorce attorney in your area for a consultation.

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  • How to name beneficiary to life insurance policy??

    If I have a will and have named a beneficiary to a specific life insurance policy in the will, is that good enough?The policy has no beneficiary named. If on a life policy I have named a beneficiary but forget and assign the beneficiary as some o...

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the answers of the other two attorneys.

    It is important to note that if you include the beneficiary on the specific life insurance policy, it typically takes less time for everything to be processed and there will be less hoops for the beneficiary to jump through. As such, this can be very helpful for the beneficiary who is grieving over the loss of you.

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  • What is exempted from personal liability when my insurance co is being sued for my at-fault accident?

    Can they take my home, property, retirement savings, disability benefits?

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the other two attorneys.

    Most likely your insurance company has hired an attorney to represent you in the defense of the lawsuit. I suggest that you start by talking to that attorney and asking any questions you have. If you do not feel comfortable with the answers to your questions or if you want a second opinion, you are not required to use the attorney hired by your insurance company. You can hire an attorney of your own to personally represent you in the lawsuit.

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  • What is the best way to handle a child who was injured at a friends house?

    Our daughter was at a friends house, and was being supervised by the friend's mother. She left to go shopping and didn't let us know that the kids (friend is 9, our daughter is 10) were left alone. Playing outside, our daughter hit a skateboardin...

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the other two answers. Your friend most likely has insurance that can help cover some, if not all of your daughter's medical expenses. I suggest that you talk to your friend about the situtation before making a claim on their insurance. I also suggest that you talk to an attorney in your area with any questions you have.

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  • How different right for me about divorce and stay in marriage.my husband are criminal charge for abuse me now.

    the house we live it's for rent my houband's name and now my landlord give me 30 days notic to move i ask my husband did he cancel the contract? he tell me no, and he tdell me if i let her pobation know to drop the case he can talk to landlord ab...

    Angela’s Answer

    I do not have enough information to provide you with a good answer at this point. I suggest that you find an attorney in your area to sit down and talk to about your situation. It appears that there are several issues going on right now in your life and an attorney should be able to provide you with your options.

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  • What steps should I take to insure that my landlord gives us our deposits?

    Our landlord says she will be out of state at the time of our move out and is sending in the next tenant (who is also a realtor) to do the final walk through. Our lease is not up until the end of the month but are leaving early because we are movi...

    Angela’s Answer

    I agree with the two previous answers. Just make sure that you keep copies of all e-mails, photographs of the property when you are ready to leave, and any letters that you send to the landlord. I would also suggest sending all letters by certified mail in the future, so you have proof that she received it. In addition, I would ask for a walk through with the landlord before you leave. If you are able to work out the walk through, it might help make your move less stressful.

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