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John A. Fischer

Beavercreek Identity Theft Lawyer.

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  1. I'm 19 I like a 16 year old we're about 3.5 years age difference . We both live in ohio. Could I get in any trouble for dating ?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Peter Stephen Kirner
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. John A. Fischer
    4. Mark M. Mikhaiel
    4 lawyer answers

    Yes, you could be looking at potential charges. And the other responses to this question are correct -- you can be charged even if the minor doesn't want you to be charged. The choice is yours, but the risks are high. A felony charge will affect the rest of your life. My suggestion is to avoid even dating a minor.

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  2. "Family law, Ohio 12 District Court of appeals. In the final brief, defense produced a secret marriage license saying the mother

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John A. Fischer
    2. Joshua Sachs
    3. Gabriel Phillip Moorman
    4. David Keith Greer
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with the responses provided here, but I write to comment on the 12th District. The judges are good and will follow the law. And the law in Ohio is that you cannot introduce new evidence on appeal. If this evidence truly is new -- meaning that the lower court (the court you are appealing from) did not consider it, then it has no business before the appellate court. A motion to strike the exhibit would be appropriate. You need to be careful acting pro se on appael. I've seen many...

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  3. WHAT CAN BE APPEALED IF SOME OF THE DEFENDANTS ARE DISMISSED.

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John A. Fischer
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. John Owen Moeller
    3 lawyer answers

    You state that this is a criminal case, so I'm assuming that you were indicted along with several others, and that they have been dismissed. You need to supply more information. Why do you want to appeal the dismissal of other defendants? Do you think they should be charged as you were? Generally, you would have no standing to appeal such a ruling. Please seek an attorney to assist you with this problem. Good luck going forward.

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  4. If my daughter, signs rights over of her children to Children Services, does that mean they can hold her accountable for charges

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John A. Fischer
    2. Jeffrey Steven Hale
    2 lawyer answers

    You need to provide more information here. What do you mean by signing over her rights? Do you mean that she is signing over rights and CS is taking permanent custody? Or is she consenting to legal custody to a family member? If she signs over her rights and CS takes permanent custody, then her parental rights are severed, and she has no right to see the children. If the family members who get custody wish her to see the kids, then (unless the court orders otherwise), they can do so. Please...

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  5. Granted Temp Physical custody of my 16 year and also filed a CPO on behalf of her. Can I ask for Child Support for temp custody

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Lee Alan Thompson
    2. John A. Fischer
    2 lawyer answers

    Seek an attorney as soon as possible to assist you. You won't be able to sort through this on your own. You should be entitled to support, even if you are successful in the CPO.

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  6. Can a collection agency file a lawsuit for unpaid legally expired debt in TX?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Wayne Weston
    2. Andrea L Crawford
    3. Eric Stephen Southward
    4. John A. Fischer
    5. Susan Green Taylor
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree with these responses. I write to stress that you should contact an attorney with experience in consumer credit litigation as soon as they file suit (if they do). Don't try to go this alone. You have defenses, and a claim under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Don't compromise your position by trying to do this alone. Seek experienced help.

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  7. JUDGE MADE A RULING AGAINS MY SCREEN SHOTS

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John A. Fischer
    2. Lee Alan Thompson
    2 lawyer answers

    Authentication must be done at the trial level. The judge made a ruling that you did not do so properly. You may have a difficult time on appeal getting the judges to reverse this. If you have not done so already, please consult with a local attorney to sort this out. I do not know what stage of the proceedings you are currently at. You say judge, but was this really a magistrate -- if so, you need to object to the magistrate's decision before appealing the matter. An attorney will help...

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  8. Suing ChexSystems in Small Claims Court - cr report errors. They hired firm - if I dismiss, can big firm sue me for legal fees?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Matthew Scott Berkus
    2. John A. Fischer
    3. David Michael Benson
    3 lawyer answers

    They could transfer the case to federal court. I assume that Chexsystem is the only defendant, correct? I think the risk of them seeking legal fees is low. Most likely, they would be happy to have the case dismissed, if that is your intent, and both sides walk away. Why do you think your case is weak? If you'd like to discuss in more detail, feel free to contact me. www.dfattorneys.com or 937-306-6402. I'd be happy to discuss your issue. John

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  9. What is my next step?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John A. Fischer
    1 lawyer answer

    It sounds like this is a mess, and it's not your fault. The bank knows better. It sounds as though you have been the victim of identity theft. The bank cannot pursue you for this. You should contact an attorney to help sort this out -- especially if there is a threat of criminal action being filed. I would be happy to speak with you regarding this matter.

  10. Can I terminate the shared parenting agreement with my childs father and ask a magistrate to interview my 16 yr. old daughter?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Linda Juergens Lawrence
    2. Christine Marie Tibaldi
    3. John A. Fischer
    4. Jeffrey Steven Hale
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other answers to this question. See an attorney as soon as possible to sort this situation out.