I am not an OH lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I want to offer some general thoughts regarding your question. If you have a warrant from the court, it is illegal for anyone to deny it. However, it many not be for you to enforce it. I suggest that you talk to an OH litigator. Below is a link to the top-Avvo rated litigators in Middletown. With more facts, they should be able to help you out.
Not at all. Check out business management books like "Good to Great" or "Execution" -- corporate success and failure is what they are all about. Just make sure that everything you are saying is well-researched and true. If one of the companies sues you for libel, truth is a defense. However, even with that defense, litigation is very expensive. Be smart!
I am not an NY lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I suggest that you contact an Oakdale real estate lawyer. You probably want a lawyer to help you negotiate the real estate contract anyway. Here is link to the top Avvo-rated real estate lawyers in Oakdale:
I am not an OH lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I want to offer some general thoughts regarding your question. The mother may be able to get a restraining order, but it is hard to tell from your facts whether the mother wants this. I suggest that you speak to a OH family lawyer. Below is a link to the top-Avvo rated family lawyers in Cincinnati.
We are not in UT yet, which is why no one has answered your question. You need to consult a juvenile criminal attorney in UT. The UT State Bar's referral service may be able to find someone for you. Here is a link to their website.
Not really, but it depends on what you mean by "quickly." You have to file the requisite paperwork, etc. Here is the info you need to change your name in NJ.
Can you ask your question again with more detail? I'm not sure what you mean, and that is probably why no one has responded. For an attorney referral service in CA, you need to apply with the state bar to be approved as a service. Here is a link to all of the rules around CA referral services.
Can you clarify your question? There are many that can enforce a mentally ill person's civil rights, including the mentally ill person, their guardian or even the government, depending on the circumstances.
If you need to speak to a civil right attorney in CA, here is a list of the top Avvo-rated civil rights lawyers.
I am not an IL lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I suggest that you contact Illinios Department of Healthcare and Family Services. They should be able to give you a pretty quick answer. Here is a link to their phone numbers.
I am not a NY lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I want to offer some general thoughts regarding your question. I would contact the county clerk who issued the affidavit. They will know all of the procedures for collecting the funds. Here is the website to the Jefferson County clerk's office, although they may have to refer you to another office.