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Eric Corey Abramson

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  • In Missouri, Can Criminal charges be filed for an unpaid payday loan?

    I received a call today stating that CRIMINAL fraud charges (felony) were going to be filed against me for an unpaid online payday loan. I have had payday loans in the past, but do not remember this specific company and I know that I did not take ...

    Eric’s Answer

    This is a SCAM. Client called me with the same kind of story,

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  • Im trying to get my hardship license .

    I have got 8 dwi's and am trying to get a license to drive to and from work. They said I need representation to get it. So I'm asking for help so I can get back to work.

    Eric’s Answer

    If you are eligible, you will need an attorney to file a petition for your limited driving privilege in circuit court. There are strict requirements for a limited driving privilege when you have a 10 year denial on your license. You should contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss in detail.

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  • What requirements are needed to get full custody of a child..?

    Father helps partially, Chips in on what he wants to, His home environment is NOT safe for child due to constant drinking and smoking in household.

    Eric’s Answer

    court's generally look at the best interests of the child/children when making this determination. Each case is different and depends on the circumstances.

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  • Will an arrest record for a completed SIS in Missouri show up in a background check?

    From what I understand after completing an sis you have no conviction, and your arrest record is sealed from the public. I was filling out an application today, and it specifically asked if I've ever been arrested (not just convicted) or if I've e...

    Eric’s Answer

    It depends on the source used for the background check. I would be honest on any application - especially if this does not disqualify you from getting the job.

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  • I had a SIS over 7 years ago. I wanted to know what type of jobs or work cant I do I want to go back to school and give back.

    I would love to work with troubled adolescents or become a nurse!!! But I don't want to go to school and not be able to find a job in that field!! Some one please help me better understand how this works!!

    Eric’s Answer

    This really depends on what your charges were. An SIS is a non-conviction, so if you successfully completed your probation you should look into whether a non-conviction of your charges will prevent you from getting the job(s) you are looking for.

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  • What reasons or changes does the other parent have to have to modify a parenting plan?

    The father already has every other weekend and Wednesday overnight. We have always followed this and he has never missed time.

    Eric’s Answer

    The Court always rules based on the child's best interests. There has to be a substantial change in circumstances suggesting that a modification of the visitation/custody order would be in the child's best interests.

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  • Should I take my ex-wife back to court before my kids turn 18? She owes over $40,000 in back child support.

    I have had primary custody of our two kids since our divorce. My ex-wife is ordered to pay child support which she has off and on but is currently over $40,000 in arrears. Does this debt continue until it is paid or does it go away unless I go ba...

    Eric’s Answer

    If the non-custodial parent is not paying court ordered child support this matter can and likely will be addressed by the State via criminal proceedings. Non-payment of support is a criminal matter and the state will do everything possible to ensure that the current support and arrears are being paid. Child support is actually still enforceable if the children enroll in college full time after high school regardless of their age. I would contact FSD to discuss these concerns.

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  • I was booked for false declaration and no train fare. is this a misdemeanor?

    They did not take my finger prints but they took my picture. How does this impact my record when applying for jobs and schools?

    Eric’s Answer

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    This is more-than-likely a misdemeanor offense. If this was a Metrolink ticket, then it will not have any substantial impact on your ability to secure employment. It is always best to contact an attorney but if you need additional time to talk to (or hire) an attorney, make sure you appear in court and explain that to the judge.

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  • In Missouri is child support still due if the child is eighteen still in high school and has a part time job

    the hour are low during school season

    Eric’s Answer

    Most likely but every situation is different. You could still owe child support if the child enrolls in college full time after high school graduation regardless of their age.

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