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  • Can I claim adverse possession when a fence enclosed the neighbor's property over 20 years ago (I have lived here 3 years)?

    I am in an ongoing dispute with my neighbor. He has planted a plant (since moved) on my property, keeps cutting the grass on our side, and continuously trespasses onto what I believe is our property. I found an existing property stake in line with...

    Tajara’s Answer

    have a surveyor come out and give you an official survey of your property so that you know where the line actual is...then put up a fence. Good fences make good neighbors.

    You don't have an adverse possession claim

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  • I've been falsely accused of 2nd degree sexual assault on 4 people in one night? What are the odds it'll be dropped?

    The probable cause is 1 guy who said he saw he doing all this to his friends. I didn't so there is no DNA evidence. The people dont recollect any of it. My lawyer seems really casual about it. But I'm super nervous & frustrated with whole thing. I...

    Tajara’s Answer

    If the DA believes the statements, then it is very unlikely to be dropped.

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  • My husband used to work with the judge presiding over our divorce. Can I get a new judge?

    My husband worked with our current judge, although, it has been many years ago. I have mentioned this to my lawyer and was told it was too big of a risk to file a motion to have her removed from the case because if the courts did not agree she has...

    Tajara’s Answer

    You have an attorney. You should follow their advice. If you don't trust your attorney, you should hire a new one.

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  • What can i do?

    My childrens father has been giving me nothing but problems the last year. We have gone to mediation and already came up with a schedule, which is never followed. He lives in the apartment complex next door to me and watches everything my boyfrie...

    Tajara’s Answer

    sounds like you have grounds for a harassment injunction as he isn't texting you for legitimate purposes. Also you can go to court in family court for his contemptuous refusal to follow the schedule.

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  • What are the borrower's rights when a cosigner threatens to sue them in the state of Wisconsin?

    My mother in law is threatening to take my husband and I to court over two student loans through the same company because he is not paying on them. She is on disability and we had a falling out and now she is refusing to pay them. I am just wond...

    Tajara’s Answer

    yes, she can likely sue you and prevail depending on how the loan is structured. Why should she be solely responsible for your husbands' student loans?

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  • How can the court charge me for something that doesn't apply to me and wasn't put into affect while I was going through court?

    In my area (Janesville, WI) they put into affect a rule that even people with misdemeanors have to give a DNA sample. I have been going to court for 8 months and it didn't take affect until after my charge, so I do not have to give my DNA. Even th...

    Tajara’s Answer

    it is state law, not an area rule. it is a collateral consequences to a conviction and an additional court cost and the court can impose it if they wish as there is no constitutional protection in the matter.

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  • Can my husband adopt my 6 yr. Old son I have full custody of him

    I remarried and my husband now and I want him to adopt my son he is 6yrs now. I have full custody of my son

    Tajara’s Answer

    You would have to terminate bio dads rights and file a step parent adoption.

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  • Can you be found guilty in wisconsin of 2 felony f drug charges without being caught doing anything or with anything!?

    A c.r.i working for the police says someone sold them illegal drugs there in no audio or video.

    Tajara’s Answer

    If you have been charged you will have a preliminary hearing. IF the court finds probable cause then the case will move toward trial. If there really is nothing but the word of the CI (confidential informant) there may be a motion to dismiss that should be filed though often there are other things that lead the state to have enough to get past a motion to dismiss. Ultimately, it would be up to a jury to decide if you are guilty or not.

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  • I had a person agree to completely repaint my classic car.. He never finished and I am out $3K Can I get my money back?

    He painted the car once, but the job was not acceptable. So he told me he would repaint at no extra charge.He was paid $3K by me and I have signed agreement that the car would be done by June 9 ,July 1, and August 9. Each time he gave me some exc...

    Tajara’s Answer

    yes, you can take him to small claims

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  • Is there any way to get my ex to change her last name?

    My ex wife refused to change her last name back to her maiden name when we divorced. I am since remarried and I have a business in town. She has somewhat of a bad reputation in the area, and posts questionable content publicly on social media si...

    Tajara’s Answer

    unfortunately, no there is no way to make her take back her maiden name.

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