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Athina Karamanlis Powers

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  • My fiancé is currently paying spousal support. can he have it reduced if he remarried?

    My fiancé is currently supporting me and my two children. He has had a pay cut because he was demoted. His ex wife quit her job when she found out we are pregnant. She stated she was moving with her family in San Diego but she is still living in t...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details but generally If you prove substantial change in the conditions and his obligations he can ask modification of spousal support.

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  • Likelyhood of charges: fake ID confiscated by bouncer, given receipt.

    A fake ID with a real name/photo (but fake everything else) was confiscated by a bouncer. The person involved was given a receipt with a tiny description of the event (but gave none of his personal info or admitted it was fake) and was told that i...

    Athina’s Answer

    you know what you did was wrong but in this point you need to know that alot of people have the same names.
    if you have a facebook they can find you with your nake and trace you but before all that happens just hire a lawyer to contact the owner of the place and get the issue settled

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  • Large trust in Calif of deceased.

    The Professional Trustee of a deceased man's estate I am the beneficiary of has done and not done some "discretionary "acts that I don't like that favor another beneficiary she is " too friendly with." In my demand for an accounting and for ...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details but in cases like yours it is always advisable to have a legal counsel.
    An independent third party that will assist you to protect your interests.
    The presence of a counsel is always a substantil factor to keep things as they must be and force parties to follow the law.
    Trustees are not obligated to tell you the law and case law.

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    i received the eviction last tuesday.i did not go to cout or even respond to it. my main concern is when or what is going to happen to me and how long it takes

    Athina’s Answer

    was an eviction (unlawful detainer) or a notice to quit??if is an unlawful detainer then you have 5 days to answer

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  • Can a company use video of you without permission?

    While I was doing my job for one company, another apparently filmed me doing that job, and posted it on their website. I never knew I was being filmed, no permission had been given, and I had no idea about this until several people talked to me ab...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details but yes you can have can bring a legal action depending from the details of your case

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  • My son is accused of cheating but ...

    my son is one of the best students of his high school, grade11. During two exams he was at his right alphabetic place but another studend was behind him, in wrong place, and it's superviser's fault not my son's. Then they both got same score in MC...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details..yes you do need a lawyer ASAP. do not make statement admissions or anything similar.
    Be careful and cautious .
    The future of your son is at stake

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  • Was it sexual misconduct?

    My friend had video sex with someone who is claiming to be a 17 year minor and now threatening to blackmail him. He is 22. He was unaware that she was under 18 while in the act, though she had sent it to him in a message before beginning, he did n...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details about the issue and you need a confidential meeting with a lawyer that can advise you accordingly.
    But as a lawyer and fraud examiner i need to tell you that before your friend looses his mind he needs first to be sure that he is not a victim of FRAUD ...the person that extorts him maybe is part of a ring of professional extortionists that make their living using schemes of "statotory" rape..

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  • Can a salon owner legally prevent booth renting stylists from conducting business with a company he simply does not like?

    I am a self-employed, booth renting hairstylist. Recently, the salon owner became very peeved with one of the food companies that I, and other self-employed hairstylists at the salon, do business with. The problem began when the salon owne...

    Athina’s Answer

    need more details in reference to your agreement with that salon owner..Obviously he/she interferes with the practice of your profession.. Is logical all people harmed from that salon owner and his behavioral patterns must
    seek the help of a lawyer to assist them and advise them in order to protect their interests

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  • My daughter and boyfriend are breaking up, they are not married but have a daughter. He refuses to let her and the baby stay in

    the apartment. What are her options?

    Athina’s Answer

    the first thing she need to do is a child custody, child support (they go with paternity suit) and in some cases palimony
    Always depends from the details...Your daughter needs immediately help. In some cases father go even to mental and physical abuse in order to "get rid" their ex's. I hope this is not your daughter's case

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  • My girlfriend is being harassed by someone online and we're close to tracking down the person. What should be do next?

    My girlfriend is currently being harassed online and it's been going on for the last year and a half. We have suspicions who it is. This person has made multiple fake facebook accounts messaging our friends and family with malicious rumors. It...

    Athina’s Answer

    there are laws that handle those issues. Basically you have issues of stalking and issues of civil harassment that will guide to a TRO.
    Cyberstalking. Cyberstalking is the use of the Internet, email or other electronic communications to stalk, and generally refers to a pattern of threatening or malicious behaviors. Cyberstalking may be considered the most dangerous of the three types of Internet harassment, based on a posing credible threat of harm. Sanctions range from misdemeanors to felonies.
    Cyberharassment. Cyberharassment differs from cyberstalking in that it may generally be defined as not involving a credible threat. Cyberharassment usually pertains to threatening or harassing email messages, instant messages, or to blog entries or websites dedicated solely to tormenting an individual. Some states approach cyberharrassment by including language addressing electronic communications in general harassment statutes, while others have created stand-alone cyberharassment statutes.
    Cal. Civil Code § 1708.7, Cal Penal Code § 646.9
    Cal. Penal Code §§ 422, 653.2, 653m

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