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Ryan Michael Reppucci

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  • How can i subpoena my ex boyfriends employer for for paystub records in the state of arizona what form do i use

    he is taking me back to court for child support modification he gets hourly pay and also get bonuses due to the nature of his work as a collection agent he is withholding the bonuses information part from the court he only claims he makes 12 an hour

    Ryan’s Answer

    I practice mainly in Maricopa County. However, I would suggest visitng the law library of the Superior Court of your county and ask for a Subpoena form. In Maricopa County there is also a $26.00 Subpoena issuing fee. If you have more questions or need help with preparation feel free to contact me.

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  • I have been married 7 years to non resident and want a divorce. What will happen to him?

    I have been married 7 years and we have a 4 year old. We started immigration process 2 years ago and just have had a hard time coming up with the money to do it all. We are half way done and just can't do it anymore, we haven't been getting alon...

    Ryan’s Answer

    I would suggest contacting an immigration attorney to discuss what will happen to your husband's pending immigration statues in the event you do divorce. I presume that an I-130, adjustment of status was filed by you on his behalf, but an immigration attorney is better fit to answer this question.

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  • I was served divorce paper a couple of weeks after leaving rehab against doctors orders. I suffer from depression and biopolor

    disorder. My ex-husband wanted to settle without doing discovery of his business stating that there was no money and lead me to believe in taking the settlement. He had control of everything in the household. I didn't want to fight and he was g...

    Ryan’s Answer

    You could seek to set aside the judgment based upon your prior condition. However, it may not be that simple so I would suggest that you meet with a domestic relations attorney to speak at more length about the specifics.

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  • I am looking for my son and he is now 18 and what is the best way to track him down?

    His name is Theron Jake Bogan IV (Teg) and he just turned 18 this past January 2011. The last time I saw him he was 4 years old and he lived in IN with his grandmother and grandfather and his Dad. His grandmother name is Carol Bogan and his grandf...

    Ryan’s Answer

    You may want to consider a private investigator.

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  • I AM CURRENTLY PAYING CHILD SUPPORT IN THE STATE OF AR AND HAVE FOUND OUT RECENTLY THAT SHE HAD OPENED UP ANOTHER CASE IN ANOTHE

    WHEN I ATTEMPTED TO CONTACT THE OTHER STATE SHE OPENED A CASE IN THEY JUST SAID SHE HAS THE RIGHT TO OPEN A CASE ANYWHERE, BUT I KNOW THAT CAN NOT BE RIGHT. I SHOULDNT HAVE TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT IN TWO STATES,

    Ryan’s Answer

    Child support orders can only be modified in states other than where the original order was issued in very limited circumstances. I would suggest filing a motion to dismiss with the state court where the new action was filed based upon the fact that the new state lacks jurisdiction to establish a new child support order.

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  • How much would an attorney cost for child custody?

    Parties were never married, need to know how much it would cost to retain a lawyer as well as the overall expenses.

    Ryan’s Answer

    This question cannot be answered with any certainty since often lawyers fees vary based on experience, fee type, and services contracted for. If interested please contact me direct to discuss specifics of your matter to better estimate costs if you were to retain services of our firm.

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  • What are the chances of getting a Order of Protection quashed?

    I am in Dallas,Tx but was served a order of protection from the Tucson City court. I have never committed domestic violence and never made any threats. The petition against me did not say anything about threats or violence. I ended the relations...

    Ryan’s Answer

    If you want to quash the OP, you should first request a hearing. It will be up the filing party to demonstrate by a preponderance of the evidence that you have committed the actions alleged. OP's are generally freely given initial, but much harder to sustain at an evidentiary hearing. Bottom line, if the filing party cannot but forth evidence aside from their testimony demonstrating the alleged conduct, then the OP should be quashed.

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  • If die will my spouse automatically get residence in the U.S if we have children

    if die will my spouse automatically get residence in the U.S if we have children

    Ryan’s Answer

    This question depends on a lot of different factors. Please directly contact me to discuss at further length.

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  • My daughter's mother is trying to get full custody of my 5 year old daughter. I have 50-50 with primary residence

    with the mother. We were awarded this in Ca., now live in Tucson because my daughter's mothers residency was at UMC. She is now a doctor, and I am left out in the cold, she is lawyered up, lying, using mental health condition of mine against me....

    Ryan’s Answer

    Assuming CA relinquishes jurisdiction and AZ then possesses the ability to modify the order, there is now a presumption for joint custody in arizona absent evidence to the contrary. See A.R.S. 25-103. Examples of items that would rebut a finding of joint custody are domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse/neglect, mental concerns, etc. This is not meant to be an exaustive list, but provide you a bit of insight as to the items I am sure her lawyer will attack in attempt to rebut the joint custody presumption. If there are no findings substantiated, the court should be inclined to award joint custody moving forward.

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  • Motion to reconsider

    I feel that the judge made some mistakes in court yesterday. The child support was calculated incorrectly, the time I've had my children the past three years was calculated incorrectly which in turn made my arrears a lot more. The judge also inclu...

    Ryan’s Answer

    I apologize, I meant to say Rule 35.

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