The situation as described, while unfortunate, will probably not be a viable cause of action. Take care of your medical problems first. Then if you still have concerns about your legal rights, bring all of your paperwork and visit an attorney who is experienced in personal injury litigation.
It is not libel. You should file a complaint with Paypal if it is not too late. You might also be able to recover your deleted email. Check you recycle bin or ask a computer expert how to do that if your emails are not simply internet based.
It depends upon how many convictions you actually have for the first 3. If some of the tickets were dismissed, you were OK. As for your accident yesterday, if no ticket was issued, you should be fine. On a personal not: I ride and drive through your home town on a very regular basis and would not want to worry about a 16 year old crashing into me. Please be more responsible and more careful.
The answer depends upon whether the biological father was ever deemed legally the father of your daughter.If not, then unless there is some paperwork permitting him to inherit, then he is not really an heir. On the other hand, if he signed a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity (assuming you were never married) or was deemed to be the child's father in a court of aw, then legally he is the father and therefore an heir to your daughter's estate. You need to discuss this matter with the...
If the attorney was licensed and authorized to practice law at the time he drafted the documents, they are valid. His subsequent disbarment has no effect on the paperwork.
Additionally, if the papers did not require preparation by a licensed attorney, they would still be vaild, but that is another story.
We have no way of knowing if your brother is a CI, or why the police let him go in September but you are putting him in danger (from the police or other criminals) by publishing details in this very public forum. Perhaps the police wanted to follow your brother and arrest others with whom he associates. Your brother is in serious trouble. He needs a lawyer and he needs his family members and friends to stop talking in public about his case.
If you do not want the divorce, there is no purpose in filing a counter-petition. Some attorneys recommend it routinely but most do not. The main purposes are when the client is adamant that a Counter-Petition be filed (usually for emotional reasons) or if the client wants the divorce and there is a risk that the original Petition might be withdrawn. Technically, a Counter-Petition should be filed within the time frame for responding. Otherwise the Respondent needs leave of court to file a...
Your is a very weak defense and poor justification. The fines for your DUI are yours and yours alone. Bartenders are not responsible for payment of patrons' fines under your theory. That is not the purpose of the dram shop act.