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Maury Devereau Beaulier

Maury Beaulier’s Answers

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  • Can my husband withhold all my property? ( IDs, Credit Cards,etc..)

    I have full physical custody of our child and I will be leaving the state, but he has threaten to take me back to court for custody and does not want me to relocate but i am basically homeless right now, with no money and no job because all of tha...

    Maury’s Answer

    Do you have a court order regarding custody and parenting time? How is it you have full custody? DOes the other parent have a court ordered parenting schedule? If he has a parenting schedule, you cannot relocate out of state with children without his consent or a court order. You must consult with a lawyer.

    With regard to the property, if you are still married, it is a problem since you both have a right to the property. To resolve it you must commence an action in court regarding divorce, or legal separation.

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  • Speeding ticket of 75 in a 65, can i receive a continuance for dismissal in st Louis county.

    Heading home from my vacation I was at a point doing 80 in a 65 and the cop was nice enough to make it a 75 in a 65, i have nothing on my history but I am 19 and would rather pay extra money not to have anything on my record. I would like to know ...

    Maury’s Answer

    As counsel has already stated, you must consult with an attorney in your area. Certainly it is possible. However, it is much less likely without experienced counsel.

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  • Where do I go from here? Emotional distress and child porn? Do I have a case?`

    I met a guy a couple of years back and we hit it off. Movies, dates, dinners, everything. We were never exclusive but our relationship was based on sex. I took a picture(nude) and sent it to him when I was 17. Another person got that picture. It e...

    Maury’s Answer

    You raise a myriad of issues from civil to criminal to restraining orders. Certainly, you have a basis for a restraining order to prevent further contact. You may also contact police and report The possession of the child pornography. You may also sue him for the conduct, though recovery may be difficult unless he has significant assets. It is clear you must consult with an attorney

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  • Can domestic assault case be dismissed if the victim does not show up in court trial and does not want their child lock up?

    My son was charged with domestic assault. he is mental ill patient and the day he was arrested he was off medication and was hearing voices and had not slept over three days. he has no record and has no violence tenancy at all. He called the cops ...

    Maury’s Answer

    It is possible. However, the prosecutor may call other witnesses besides the victim could just buy regarding events observed a more, in some cases, statements made including statements of the victim. Prosecutor may also try to secure your presence by subpoena. If you do not appear, you may be picked up by police in order to secure that appearance if the subpoena was properly served. One thing is clear, your son must have experience counsel.

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  • Do I have enough to bring a libel lawsuit against her?

    1. Children are under my care with notarized letter. 2. Mom tries to use son to get school liaison to apply papers (green card) for her. Liaison promised papers but they've never initiated contact. 3. Mom and I had a disagreement due to ...

    Maury’s Answer

    Could you file for libel? Yes, however chances of recovering any money judgment would seem unlikely unless the other person is very wealthy. As a result, you would be hard-pressed to find an attorney to take the case. Such cases are not simple.

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  • Can I take my ex to court to get a judgement for him to pay half of my adult son's medical bills?

    My son is 20

    Maury’s Answer

    If the child support was not extended beyond the age of majority by court order, it would be no basis to seek an order or judgment requiring payment of medical bills

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  • I recently got a no insurance ticket, I put insurance on my car immediately, will I lose my license for 30 day's?

    I recently got a ticket for no insurance, I had thought I still had insurance under my parents however they dropped the insurance I immediately got insurance on my car, I am worried about losing my license, I have never ever had any tickets, or an...

    Maury’s Answer

    Retain a lawyer to address the issue in court. If you pat the fine or plead guilty, you will lose your license.

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  • Should husband lose license & pay fines?

    Legally separated couple. Wife borrows car, drinks & totals the car. Will the husband lose his license, have dwi plates on his other car & be responsible for fines?

    Maury’s Answer

    If the husband was not driving or otherwise involved - there is no possibility he will lose his license. Special series license plates are possible under some circumstances. They must consult with a lawyer regarding the specifics.

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  • Can I sue school district for not keeping me in school as a minor with no family consent

    Family didn't care if I went pretty much made my own dumb choices with no emancipation I would've graduated in 2012 at the age of 18 and I also live in bloomignton mn and now I'm stuck cause I dont have the education I want. I know I should've m...

    Maury’s Answer

    The school would not have responsibility to get you to school or retain you in school. That is the responsibility of your parents. Certainly, if child protection had been made aware of the situation, they could have faced. Action by social services.

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  • If i leave, is it abandoment of marital home?

    My husband and i have reached an agreement for our daughter .. and i am going to move in with family .. we are going to divorce .. if i leave .. will it be considered abandoment of marital home? Will this hurt me later?

    Maury’s Answer

    Writing the agreement down and having it notarized does absolutely nothing. Certainly, leaving the family home can affect issues related to custody and parenting time. You do not, however, relinquish any rights to the homework today are you by moving out. You may however erode some arguments related to occupancy of that homestead.

    It is extremely important to speak with an experienced family law attorney about these matters before you act.

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