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Gerald W. Linnenbringer

Saint Louis Uncontested Divorce Attorney.

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  1. Can I get a warrant recalled on a class c felony paw that went warrant status and can I get the charges dropped or reduced

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. Robert Edward Caldwell Jr.
    3. Paritosh Bhupesh Sheth
    4. Melvin G. Franke
    5. Mary Frances Higdon
    5 lawyer answers

    You need to hire an attorney. The attorney will likely either be able to (1) recall the warrant and get the case moving or (2) get your bond lowered. If, for example, you currently have a $5,000 cash only bond, an attorney may be able to get that reduced to $5,000 at 10%, or $500. In that situation, your attorney would arrange for the bond reduction and agree to turn you in. You'd be turned in, you'd be booked and processed, and then you'd post the $500 that you brought to the jail with...

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  2. 15 yrs of marriage if i file for a divorce to get full or joint costady,full placement,Alimony for me, am i eligible ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. Lisa D. Faulstich
    3. Joseph Henry Sparacino
    3 lawyer answers

    Hire an attorney immediately to pursue a divorce. Of course you are "eligible" for the things you have asked about. The question you'll want to ask your attorney, however, is how do you position yourself best to actually receive those things, and what temporary motions can be filed to secure the housing and income you will need to support you and the kids while the divorce is pending. Get an attorney. Good luck.

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  3. Do we both have to be at the court house to file divorce papers?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Glen Edward Ashman
    2. Nathaniel Michael Smith
    3. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    4. Diane L. Danois
    4 lawyer answers

    I'll agree with what the prior to lawyers said and reiterate the need for a lawyer here. I'll also answer your question though - I don't know of any courts that require both the Petitioner and Respondent to be there at the filing window when the case is filed. The court clerk's answer seems more accurate.

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  4. Does a disabled person have to pay a spouse alimony after a divorce?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. Joshua T. Mathews
    2 lawyer answers

    No, a disabled person does not "have to pay a spouse alimony after a divorce." A disabled person may have to pay his or her spouse alimony, but the fact that a person is disabled does not create a rule one way or the other, as the question suggests. The more important information you have provided is the income differential. If one spouse makes 3x the amount of the other spouse, I'd say it could be a situation where maintenance is appropriate. However, there is no way to determine that...

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  5. How much is a peace disturbance bond and a interfering summons in pine lawn missouri?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. John Clayton Schleiffarth
    3. Marshall Ross Hoekel
    4. Robert Edward Caldwell Jr.
    5. Melvin G. Franke
    5 lawyer answers

    If you're referring to the attorney fee, that will vary quite a bit depending on who you hire. It sounds like you have two misdemeanor ordinance violations out of Pine Lawn Municipal Court. Make sure whoever you choose to represent you on these charges that they are experienced and comfortable working with this particular municipality.

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  6. What will happen if I drop dirty for the first time on probation?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robert Edward Caldwell Jr.
    2. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    3. Timothy Ryan Brown
    3 lawyer answers

    You'll likely be violated and a warrant will be issued. Once you get your attorney to quash the warrant or, alternatively, you get arrested and bond out, your case will be set for a probation revocation hearing. At that hearing, your attorney will attempt to convince the Judge and prosecuting attorney that your two years of being a good probationer justifies being lenient with you for the dirty drop. If the original charge you're on probation for had nothing to do with drugs - which a...

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  7. I recently was caught shoplifting for $16. I wanted to know would it be better to take probation for a clean record or just jail

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. John Dimitrios Ioakimidis
    2 lawyer answers

    Given you have no criminal history and the property you stole was of such little value, I would think an experienced criminal defense attorney could keep the charge from being a conviction on your record. Whether through an amended charge or a Suspended Imposition of Sentence, as the previous answer indicated, it is of great importance to not take a conviction for this charge if at all possible. I doubt many employers would risk hiring a convicted shoplifter over another applicant without...

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  8. My wife has been secretly staying with and having sex with a guy before divorce. Will I have to pay her maintenance?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. Joshua T. Mathews
    2 lawyer answers

    A party's conduct during the course of the marriage is a factor the court will consider when deciding whether or not maintenance is appropriate, yes. There are other factors the court considers when making this decision, however, that are probably more influential. Either way, it is impossible to answer your question without more information... that being said, your wife's extra-marital relationship will not disqualify her from receiving maintenance, as you probably hope.

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  9. My husband bought the house before we get married and finished the payment 2 years after marriage he want me to leave.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. David Alexander Browde
    2 lawyer answers

    I agree with the first attorney. You have marital rights in the home, but due to how the house is titled (I'm assuming in his sole name), you may run into issues that will require court intervention. Get to an attorney as soon as possible to file the appropriate pleadings for temporary possession of the home, and possibly temporary child support and maintenance, depending on your situation.

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  10. I filed a legal separation in Missouri; may I now introduce my new girlfriend to my children without legal repercussion?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Gerald W. Linnenbringer
    2. Lisa D. Faulstich
    2 lawyer answers

    Is there an Order of Protection in effect preventing your children from meeting your girlfriend? Is your girlfriend disallowed from being around children due to some past criminal conviction? Is there any sort of Court order preventing her from being around your kids, or any kids? If not, I don't see how there would be "legal repercussions" of introducing two people. Your wife may not like the kids hanging out with your girlfriend, and it could make settling your legal separation case -...

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